I remember my first phone…
Paragraph 1: - Description
Do you remember your first phone? When all it could do is call or text, and it didn’t even do that real well. When it had the tiny screen and only came with maybe one game, which was usually Snake, which we loved. You couldn’t take pictures or go on the internet, and they were almost impossible to break or damage. When you didn’t have to get a new phone whenever a new one was released because no one really cared. Somehow we didn’t have a problem with any of that; we didn’t care about how good anyone else’s phone was compared to yours.
Paragraph 2:- Feelings
-What were you thinking and feeling?
These were simpler times, when we didn’t have to worry about constantly getting a new phone, or what anyone thought of the phone you had. We loved the phones for what they could do, and we made the best out of what it had. We weren’t worried that you couldn’t get any new game easily, we were content to play snake for ages. We thought the phones were amazing with their limited capabilities. We were content with what we had.
Paragraph 3:- Evaluation
-What was good and bad about the experience?
It was a great experience messing around with our phones, and playing games on them constantly, and finding out exactly how long it took to use the little credit you had for the month. It was so much fun finding out friends numbers so you could constantly prank call them, and try to get them in trouble by calling them in class. We didn’t have to worry about the phones much, no data charges, and it wasn’t a problem when you dropped your phone. There wasn’t a lot negative about the experience except for when you lost your phone, and that hasn’t changed.
Paragraph 4:- Analysis
-What sense can you make of the situation?
Now everyone has to have the best phone available, which means replacing their old phones every couple of months so that they are not...