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Illustration of a clock showing two different times: one early in the morning and one later in the day, symbolizing the debate on school starting and finishing times for teenagers.

Arguments for and against Starting the School Day Later than 7:00 a.m.

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Question: In class, you have been discussing whether the school day should start and finish later, because many teenagers find it hard to get up early in the mornings. Here are two comments from your classmates: I don’t want to have less free time after school. I never go to bed before midnight, so I hate early mornings! Write an article for your school magazine, giving your views. The comments above may give you some ideas, and you can also use some ideas of your own. Your article should be between 150 and 200 words long.

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Title: A Case for a Later School Start As the dawn breaks, thousands of groggy teenagers drag themselves out of bed to begin their school day. Studies show that adolescents need more sleep and naturally wake up later than adults. Yet they are forced to adhere to an early school start time. Understanding these unique needs of adolescents, there's a growing consensus that the school day should ideally start and finish later. One might argue that this shift might eat into their recreational time after school. However, let's consider the quality of these recreational hours. With less sleep, concentration deteriorates, productivity drops, and the joy of the recreational activities could be dampened due to exhaustion. A well-rested student, however, can be expected to enjoy and reap more benefits from their free hours. Night owls among us will appreciate the extra time in the mornings. Some of our classmates never retire to bed before midnight, making early mornings a nightmare. Wouldn't it be great if they could start their day refreshed and ready to absorb knowledge, rather than battle with drowsiness during class? Overall, while introducing a later school start requires thoughtful planning and potential lifestyle adjustments, the benefits it can bring to our physical health, academic performance, and emotional well-being are definitely worth considering. Let's encourage a dialogue around this and strive for a school schedule that best supports us in our growth and learning.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 14, 2023, noon

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Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

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