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Mobile Phones at Schools

(---) last time there are (Zeit) a lot of discussions about mobile phones on (Präposition) schools. Almost every student has a mobile phone and takes it to the school. So (Komma) many schools forbid to take (Wort) mobile phones to (---) school. There are arguments for and against mobile phones at schools. But now is the question (Satzstellung): Does it (Sind die arguments oder sind Mobile Phones at Schools gemeint?) make sense?

On the one hand (Komma) there are people who say that mobile phones have to be forbid (Grammatik). First, they say that mobile phones disturb (---) lessons when they ring. Many people like me have experiences with it (Womit?) and can say that ist (Grammatik) irritating when it (Was?) happens and just disturb (Subjekt-Verb-Bezug) the lesson (besser Plural).
Second, they say that many students use mobile phones to bully other
people. They take pictures of them or show people pictures or videos of
them. I can agree and saw it once (---) how (Formulierung) a student took a picture of a girl to bully her. Third, there are a lot of people who say that mobile phones divert (Wort) (---) students from learning. A lot of students play games, surf on the internet or take pictures in middle of the school lesson (besser Plural). Once (---) I saw it (s.o.) in my class and can agree. That was the side of the supporter (besser Plural) of a ban for (Präposition) mobile phones on (Präposition) schools. But then there is the side of the enemys (Wort, RS) of a ban for (Präposition) mobile phones on (Präposition) schools. First, mobile phones help (---) students to stay in contac (Wort) with their parents. In case of emergency at (Präposition) the (Possesivpronomen) way to school or home,

(neue Satz) family problems the parents can arrive (Wort) their kids by phoning (Grammatik)or writing to them. (kein vollständiger Satz)

It happened also once (---) to me (s.o.) when I had to call the Emergency Service (Wort) and was important (Formulierung). Second, mobile phones could help (---) students to get some information from the internet. When they have a break or free-lesson (Wort) they can (Zeit) go into (Wort) the internet and search for information. That could help (---) students to have more fun at school. The third and last argument for mobile phones at schools is that the students could relax in (Präposition) the (Possessivpronomen) breaks. They can (Zeit) listen to music, play some games or surf in (Präposition) the internet. It would very much fun for everybody and (---) students would go full (Wortart) motivationed (Wort) into (Präposition) their lesson (Plural). Many students wish it (Formulierung) and so it must be introduced (Wer oder was ist „it“). After looking at (besser Perfect Participle) both sides, I think that mobile phones shouldnt (RS) be banned from take it to (---) school (Grammatik). There are some better arguments for mobile phones at schools than against. But I think that (---) schools can make a compromiss (Wort, RS) with (---) students and parents. Maybe the students can (Zeit) take their phones to (---) school but have to give it at the start of the lesson (Das ergibt keinen Sinn.). In the future (Komma) I think that mobile phones could design (Wort) (---) school lessons more interesting and could help. (Satzstellung)

Vorsicht mit der Verwendung des Verbes take.

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:-) AstridDerPu

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