Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on the impact of smartphones. Mobile phones have become so commonplace that it is difficult to fathom life without them. Nowadays, it appears like everyone owns a mobile phone, including kids of all ages and socioeconomic statuses. Instant messaging is particularly helpful when studying. Teachers frequently use WhatsApp groups to offer extra assistance to pupils who require it.
The Internet offers a variety of alternatives for students to work at their own convenience and make enough money to support their education or daily needs. Students can perform better because there are so many resources available, like study groups and study materials. They frequently receive indirect academic assistance through online tutors and other activities by having their topic knowledge updated.
Junior high school students are unlikely to know what is best for them. They can quickly develop a mobile phone addiction, and some do. This has an effect on both their physical and mental well-being. According to research, kids who use their phones more frequently are less intelligent and socially awkward.
Smartphones contribute to the unstoppable march of progress and help pupils both academically and personally. They should be used by students, but with caution, as they may cause them to become distracted during lectures and take longer to complete assignments. It has been demonstrated that students who use their phones and the internet frequently struggle to focus on their work for extended periods of time. Thank you.