Greetings and salutations I bid to the Master/Mistress of Ceremony, honourable adjudicators, esteemed timekeepers, my worthy opponents, and members of the house. Today’s motion is ‘'School Should Ban the Use of Mobile Phone among Students”. We, the government, totally support the motion.
Members of the house, let me define today’s motion…
According to Wikipedia, school is defined as an institution designed to allow and encourage students to learn, under the supervision of teachers. Whereas the Concise English Dictionary states that school is an institution for education or instruction, especially one for instruction of more elementary kind than that given at universities. As stated in the Longman’s English Dictionary, ban refers to an official order that prevents something from being used or done. The use of mobile phone literary means the act of utilizing one of the most popular gadgets of today, the mobile phone. Lastly, the word ‘students’ is the plural form of the word student. In this case, a student is a person studying at a school, university or other place of higher education.
In a nutshell, today’s motion proposes that the school ought to prevent the act of utilizing mobile phones among pupils.
Members of the house,
As the government’s team, my teammates and I strongly support the motion that schools should ban the use of mobile phone among students. Nowadays, these long-range, electronic devices are equipped with many additional services and accessories. Short Messaging Service, or more likely known as SMS, email, gaming, Bluetooth, camera with video recorder and MMS for sending and receiving photos and video, MP3 player, radio and GPS are some of the examples. Students tend to overuse these features of the mobile phone, and thus, resulting in the many social problems that we have today.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I, as the 1st minister of the government team, have defined clearly our motion today and will be introducing our first point....
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