Session 2 Practice Question Grade 3 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + FSA Rehearsal

Grade 3 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + FSA Rehearsal Session 2

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It’s the Twenty-First Century

With new times comes change. Allowing cell phones in classrooms is one type of change that I am talking about. So many kids have them, so why not let them be used for something good?

If we were allowed to use cell phones in class, we wouldn't have to always be waiting for the computer lab to open up. We can use our cell phones to do research.

Our teachers love showing us cool learning tools, but we never get to use them during the school day. Sometimes we forget about them before we go home. If we have our cell phones right there in class, we can use them then and not forget about what we are being shown.

Cell phones can also replace planners. They can allow us to keep track of important due dates for assignments, the days tests are scheduled, and other important reminders. Students lose their assignment books, but they will keep up with their cell phones.

I hope that I have shown you why having cell phones in the classroom is a great idea. This resource can benefit all of us. Let’s lift that cell phone ban. After all, it is the twenty-first century.

Why does the author MOST LIKELY end the first paragraph with a question? Highlight the correct choice.

  1. He wants the reader to stop what they are doing and go research the answer.
  2. He wants to make the reader pause and think.
  3. He wants to make sure that all readers agree with his opinion.
  4. He wants to take up space with one extra sentence.