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THE TELEPHONE: CARTOONS

 

 

(Updated on 25/06/2016)

 

 

SEE CARTOONS (CARS)


MOBILE PHONES :
Cartoons

(absolutenglish-972)

 


Cartoon: The New iPhone
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON + TEACHING IDEA
+ Related articles

(englishblog.com)

 


Cartoon — Selfie Stick Ban
BACKGROUND + THE CARTOON
+ VOCABULARY + GRAMMAR + DISCUSSION
+ Related articles 

(englishblog.com)

 

Cartoon: Banning Mobile Phones From Schools
" This cartoon by Mac from The Daily Mail relates to news
that pupils face a ban on mobile phones in school
as part of a new crackdown on classroom discipline."
 Read more >>

+ COMMENT + GRAMMAR + LINKS
(englishblog.com)

See Conversation questions

 

Cartoon: BlackBerry Out(r)age
"This cartoon by Kipper Williams
from The Guardian relates to the dramatic
computer crash at the UK headquarters
of  Research In Motion (RIM)
in Slough, Berkshire, this week,
which has left millions of  BlackBerry users
unable to send or receive emails and messages..."
+ LINKS

(englishblog.com)

 

 

Cartoon: The Met Sweeps It Under The Carpet
"This cartoon by Paul Thomas from The Daily Express 
relates to the phone hacking scandal 
which is dominating the news in the UK at the moment."

BACKGROUND + VOCABULARY + MORE CARTOONS
(englishblog.com)

See phone hacking

 

 

Cartoon: Mobile Phone Addiction
"This cartoon by Andy Davey from 
The Sun relates to research that shows
that smartphones have turned Britain
into a nation of mobile addicts.
Regulator Ofcom found that 60 per cent
of teenagers and more than a third of adults are 'highly addicted' to using their mobile phones." 
Read more >>

+ VOCABULARY + LINK
(englishblog.com)

 

 

 

Cell phones may cause cancer ?
"This cartoon by Gary Markstein
from the Copley News Service relates
to a recent World Health
Organization press release
 
saying that using a cell phone may
raise the risk of developing cancer
."
+ COMMENTS + LINKS

(jeffreyhill.typepad.com)

 


'Portable en classe'

(2.bp.blogspot.com)

 

Hands-free cell phone


Gotta go now
(absolutenglish-972)

 

Are you in or out ?
(cartoonstock)

At the coffee shop
(Page 5)
(Ac. Grenoble)



Cartoon déclencheur de paroles
(décrire la scène, les personnages,
leurs habitudes
- imaginer la conversation...)

No wonder sales are down

Suicide


 


Social gathering

(pritchettcartoons.com)





Cell phone section ?

(absolutenglish-972)

 


Can I call you back ?
(absolutenglish-972)

 

Death
(absolutenglish-972)

Cell phones
(glasbergen.com)


Help!

 

 

 

 

 

When Harry Met Sally (1989)