High School and Unpaid Community Service Essay

Submitted By Jimmy098055040Ya
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The diagram above illustrates the total number of minutes, in billions of telephone calls in the UK, distinguish the local calls, national and international calls, and mobiles calls into three parts from 1995-2002.

Overall, the local calls were the majority calls for people in the UK. They had a big lead in front of the other two telephone calls and had always remained at the top throughout the years, although the numbers fluctuated a little bit, which increased steadily from 1995 to 1999 and then dropped slightly after.

As for the national and international calls and mobile calls, they stayed at the same position as well. While national and international calls rose gradually and almost kept it up at the same level as local calls, which was only 10 billion apart, the mobiles call inclined dramatically from under 5 billion to over 45 billion.

At the end, three categories of telephone calls had increased the gap between them and came to a closer point.

Some people believe that unpaid community service should be a compulsory part of high school programmes (for example working for a charity, improving the neighbourhood or teaching sports to younger children)
To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Society nowadays is more concerned about helping out the others and do the best to make the world a better place. Therefore, some people think that volunteer at a community service is essential for high school students. In my opinion, I strongly agree with this idea. To begin with, the gap between the rich and the poor is increasing due to the fact of global development. Wealthy people become richer while the poor is poorer. Thus, charity has become an important lesson