Cell Phone Usage In Class. May 6 th , 2011 Grade 12 Applied Math Research Project By: Mikayla Kreshewski. Teen’s & Cell Phones. Texting has become the preferred basic communication between teens and their friends 75 % of 12-17 year-olds now own cell phones
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May 6th, 2011Grade 12 Applied Math Research Project
1. Should cell phones be used in class?
YES – 10/15 NO – 5/15
2. Do you use your cell phone in class?
YES – 14/15 NO – 1/15
3. Do you use your cell phone in class for homework help?
YES – 12/15 NO – 3/15
The statistics shown here are not 100% accurate considering not all schools have the same policies and rules, not everyone’s opinions on this topic are the same as well as over the years cell phones are becoming more and more used amongst teens.
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