Which reasons support the argument that cell phones should be turned off at school? Check all that apply. Parents should be able
to text kids anytime in case of emergency. Ringing and vibrating phones disrupt classroom instruction. Many applications and Internet sites display inappropriate material. Students should be encouraged to use smart phones for research. Text messages are personal and should be written in private. Phones often contain calendars that are essential for time management.
This might not be the right answer but, teachers should let the students on their phone if they get a call, or text because it could be an emergency. But students do take advantage of this and use their phones constantly while the teacher is talking, or giving you instructions. It is rude that students do this, but they should be allowed to answer phone calls and texts as long as they are still paying attention and not being rude to the teacher or other students that might be giving a presentation.
Hello. This question is incomplete. The full question is:
I have trouble believing Mr. Sawicki's characterization of Steve, because he knows Steve only in school. Since Mr. Sawicki does not know Steve outside of school, he cannot make a judgment about what Steve has been doing in his neighborhood or who his friends are. Sawicki says Steve is honest, but even if Steve is good or honest in Mr. Sawicki's opinion, good people can still make mistakes.
What did you consider when you were writing your answer? Check all that apply.
what Mr. Sawicki says
. what other people say
. whether Steve is guilty or innocent
. what Steve has said
what Mr. Sawicki says
The answer shown in the text above was created considering only what Mr. Sawicki says about Steve. The answer states that Steve's characterization through what Mr. Sawicki says is not reliable. That's because Mr. Sawicki doesn't know Steve fully and only knows his behavior in one place, at school. Mr. Sawicki does not know anything about Steve and does not even know how he behaves outside of school, so he cannot say that Steve is honest. In other words, Mr. Sawicki's speech is imprecise, it lacks evidence and therefore cannot be trusted.