Mechanics of the game :I will give 3 statements. Two of them are true and one is a lie. Your task is to identify which statement is the LIE. The group who would get the highest number of correct answer wins.
In 2012 Apple sold more than 340,000 iPhones per day, which is around 4 per secondYou can cook an egg byradiation byplacing it between two mobilesMobile phone throwing is an official sport in Finland.
Scientists have developed a way of charging mobile phones using URINE.Dont use a mobile when theres a lightning stormApples iPhone has higher sales than everything MICROSOFT has to offer.
90% of mobile phones in Japan are waterproof.You can't take good photos unless your camera has a lot of megapixels.Mobile phone radiation can cause Insomnia, Headaches and Confusion.
NOMOPHOBIA is the fear of being without your mobile phone or losing your signalUsing a cell phone at a gas station is a fire risk.100,000 mobile phones are dropped down the toilet in Britain every year.
More people in the world have mobile phones than TOILET.Laptops on your lap can make you sterileChina has more internet users on mobile devices than on PCs.
An average person UNLOCKS his/her smart phone 110 times each day.The most common use of mobile phone is texting.47% of U.S. smart phone owners say their smart phone is something they couldnt live without
More than 4 billion people own mobile phones. But only 3.5 billion use a toothbrush. present mobile phones have more computing power than the computers used for the Apollo 11 to land on the moon. More than 60% of adults in U.S. own a mobile phone.
70% of mobile phones are manufactured in China. More than 90% of adults have their mobile phone within arms reach all the time. The average American cell phone user will have about one unused or outdated cell phone in possession.
Nokia 1100, the bestselling electrical gadget in history with more than 250 million pieces sold. Mobile phones has 18 times more bacteria than toilet handles. Most Americans will only use their mobile phone for about 2 years before getting a new handset!
Sonim XP3300 Force is recognized as the worlds toughest phone. It survived an 84ft drop without any operational damage. Around 80% of the worlds population has a mobile phone. The first message was sent by Neil Papworth, which was Happy Birthday.
Create a graphic organizer about the Pros and Cons of using mobile devices in the 20th century education
Propose a new way of integrating the use of mobile devices in teaching
OBJECTIVES Propose a new way of making use of Mobile Devices in teaching English.
Research 3 mobile applications that students can download and install on their mobile devices to help aid their English Proficiency Skills.
Both are convinced it is inevitable that mobile devices will be mainstream in schools.
There will be a range in models for change, but its evolution not revolution.
As one interviewed teacher stated, the goal of technology use is for promoting achievement, and not to use technology for the sake of technologys availability.
The Center for Education Policy and Law at the University of San Diego has tackled such concerns in its Electronic Communications Devices (ECDs) Project. Educators will find the following resources from the project of particular value to help control student misuse of ECDs on and off campus:
Free speech and privacy dimensions of student misuse of their own electronic communication devices; Mode school district policy governing ECD use; Model student discipline rules ; Resources for learning about student use of electronic communication devices.
The University of San Diego's Center for Education Policy and Law's report includes a short and a long version of a sample student-use agreement for "electronic communication devices," or ECDs. Both versions attempt to answer five key questions.
What Qualifies as an ECD?Cellphones, computers, pagers, or any other decives that allow direct electronic communication or communication via social networking.
2. When do school ECD rules always come into play? During school activities on school time, or during school-endorsed activities outside of school hours.
3. What constitutes misuse of an ECD? Refusal to turn device off when told, damaging school-owned ECDs, causing an in-school disruption, using the device for cheating, cyberbullying, or sexting.
4. When can schools punish a student for misuse outside of school?When misuse causes school disruptions or harms students, teachers, or other school personnel in a manner that the offending student should have expected.
5. What are acceptable consequences for misuse?Device searches, verbal and written warnings, confiscations, notices to parents or law-enforcement authorities, extracurricular restrictions, suspensions and expulsions.
SOURCE: Center for Educational Policy and Law, University of San Diego
Dont forget this reminder, however:
Whenever considering to download any mobile application, you should first evaluate it. Pay attention to who developed the app, and the reviews that the app has received.
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Explain your choices.
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