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Writing an E-Mail: Going on a Class Trip without your Smartphone

Imagine you are going on a class trip. You are not allowed to take your smartphone with you. Your teacher thinks smartphones have a bad influence on the atmosphere of a class trip. He / she wants you to get closer to your classmates and to concentrate on traditional activities like hiking, doing sports, playing board games, reading, talking face to face…
Write an e-mail to your teacher in which you try to change his / her mind.
  • Tell him / her that you disagree with his / her arguments.
  • Explain what you need your smartphone for. Choose at least four of these aspects.
    1. calling friends and family
    2. listening to music
    3. taking and sending photos
    4. sending messages
    5. finding the way
    6. emergency
    7. information (e.g. news, weather …)
    8. own idea
  • Suggest a compromise for the use of smartphones during the class trip.
Write 170-250 words.
Write an e-mail to your teacher in which you try to change his / her mind.
  • Tell him / her that you disagree with his / her arguments.
  • Explain what you need your smartphone for. Choose at least four of these aspects.
    1. calling friends and family
    2. listening to music
    3. taking and sending photos
    4. sending messages
    5. finding the way
    6. emergency
    7. information (e.g. news, weather …)
    8. own idea
  • Suggest a compromise for the use of smartphones during the class trip.
Write 170-250 words.
To: myteacher@myschool.com
From: me@myworld.com
Count your words before you hand in your paper. Don't count names and German words. A short form (e.g. I'm, he's, isn't) counts as one word.
Number of words:
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To: myteacher@myschool.com
From: me@myworld.com
Dear Mr. Brown,
I'm really looking forward to our class trip next week. However, I would like to discuss something with you.
I agree on all rules you announced yesterday in class, but I don't agree on the ban of our smartphones on
the trip. I understand that one could argue that smartphones influence the atmosphere, but this doesn't have
to be bad. You argue that our smartphones could spoil the time we have to become closer with our classmates,
but in my opinion smartphones can help us to hold on to the special memories we will gather on the trip.
Pictures, made with our smartphones, make it possible to share our adventures with friends and family, who we
could also call during the trip.
Another important point is that it is always wise to take a smartphone on a hike in case of an emergency or to
find the way when we got lost. Furthermore, we could find out about the weather forecast before the hike.
So all in all I believe that we should be allowed to take our smartphones with us, however, I understand that
you want us to spend time without our phones. I suggest that we discuss rules for our smartphone use in
class, so we can all agree on some rules.
This way we can take the smartphones, but the atmosphere will not be harmed by them.
With best regads,
Jules Adams
Count your words before you hand in your paper. Don't count names and German words. A short form (e.g. I'm, he's, isn't) counts as one word.
Number of words: 238
To: myteacher@myschool.com
From: me@myworld.com
Dear Mr. Brown,
I'm really looking forward to our class trip next week. However, I would like to discuss something with you. I agree on all rules you announced yesterday in class, but I don't agree on the ban of our smartphones on the trip.
I understand that one could argue that smartphones influence the atmosphere, but this doesn't have to be bad. You argue that our smartphones could spoil the time we have to become closer with our classmates, but in my opinion smartphones can help us to hold on to the special memories we will gather on the trip. Pictures, made with our smartphones, make it possible to share our adventures with friends and family, who we could also call during the trip.
Another important point is that it is always wise to take a smartphone on a hike in case of an emergency or to find the way when we got lost. Furthermore, we could find out about the weather forecast before the hike. So all in all I believe that we should be allowed to take our smartphones with us, however, I understand that you want us to spend time without our phones. I suggest that we discuss rules for our smartphone use in class, so we can all agree on some rules.
This way we can take the smartphones, but the atmosphere will not be harmed by them.
With best regads,
Jules Adams
Count your words before you hand in your paper. Don't count names and German words. A short form (e.g. I'm, he's, isn't) counts as one word.
Number of words: 238
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