Our school doesn't block too many websites. They have a lot of websites that could "distract" kids like Instagram, Disney Lol Games, Twitter, and YouTube.
David Reinstein looks at the article with a big headline stating "Are web filters at school too restrictive?" He purchases the newspaper and brings it home with him.
I think they should let us use social media since it will help kids of this generation focus more on assignments and it will make students enjoy doing it and more likely to do it since they'll be able to use their favorite apps.
David asks his "brother" Daniel if he agrees with the headline he got on his newspaper, "Are web filters at school too restrictive?"
Yeah! Sometimes when I am trying to use an educational website, the school blocks it and says it is a game, when it could just be an informative article or something. You could ask whoever is in charge to unblock it but why go through that hassle? Sure, it could sometimes be annoying but it's not that bad.
Daniel replies to David and they discuss a serious topic regarding the headline of his newspaper. Daniel explains to David that he does not think that schools restrict too many websites. He goes into detail regarding his reasons why.
Yeah, a lot of people don't really get that but you're right. The school is just trying to make sure kids are in a good educational environment, and there are some websites that are fun that kids can still use. So it's really not all that bad.
Daniel continues discussing his opinion to David.
David explains that he is in complete agreement with Daniel and lists his reasons for why he agrees.
David voices his opinion and Daniel agrees. The two of them are in agreement that the school does not restrict too many websites.