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I apologize, but as a text-based AI, I am unable to generate images. I can only provide text-based assistance and answer questions. However, I would be more than happy to help you write your article on whether the school day should start and finish later based on the given comments. Let me know how I can assist you with that!

Opposing Views on the Issue of a Later School Day

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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: Revisiting School Timings: For Better Sleep or Better Life? The teen years are challenging, marked by significant physical, emotional, and cognitive changes. Among these is a shift in sleep patterns, often dubbed the "teen sleep problem." Experts suggest that teenagers need approximately nine hours of sleep each night, but many of us struggle to meet this target, especially with early school start times. Starting school later could potentially align with this shifted biological rhythm, making it less of a struggle for students to get up in the morning. However, one must consider the potential impacts on after-school routines. A later finish could mean less free time for hobbies, relaxation, and part-time jobs. Besides, it's crucial to consider personal responsibility when discussing such a change. "I never go to bed before midnight," is a common mantra among teenagers. However, perhaps we could benefit more by adjusting our bedtime routines rather than the entire school schedule. In conclusion, while it's essential to consider our natural sleep needs, it's equally important to take personal responsibility. We must balance our dedication to academic pursuits with maintaining appropriate sleep schedules and fostering healthy life habits. A drastic change like shifting the school day may not be the silver bullet solution. Instead, let’s try fostering better personal habits for a well-rounded and healthier school experience.

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Nov. 14, 2023, noon

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Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

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