No mobile phones at school anymore

"No más móviles en el colegio"
Spanish B2 writing exercise

Learn about the use of mobile phones in French schools.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to be prohibited", "to concentrate", "innovative" and "to restrict".

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In France the use of mobile phones in schools has been prohibited. Those who defend this idea want the children to concentrate more, because they think that mobiles could distract them. The details of this innovative law haven’t been finalized, therefore it is not known whether they will allow the children to carry their mobiles switched off inside their backpacks which they will be able to switch on at the end of the day. What they don’t restrict is the use of the aforementioned devices for pedagogical uses, so that they can access useful information if it were necessary for their tasks. It will be interesting to see what the result is. Other countries might follow the same steps.