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Should the School Day Start Later?

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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: The Debate: Rethinking School Hours Our school timings have long been a topic of heated debates, and the key questions we often find ourselves grappling with are - "Should the school day start and finish later?" What’s the optimal time to spark academic brilliance and physical freshness among teenagers? Let's comprehend the downside of initiating school hours later first. Shifting the timetable could have implications on the post-school schedules, significantly restricting our leisure time. This could impact extra-curricular activities, relaxing, and time spent with family and friends, which are integral to a well-rounded education and holistic development. On the contrary, the benefits are not to be ignored either. With sleep cycles in a constant flux during teenage years and evening melatonin releases often keeping us away from the shroud of sleep till midnight, waking up too early can be troublesome. A later school start could enhance our alertness, academic performance, and overall well-being. Therefore, while readjusting the school timing may seem like a gamble, planning and strategizing on how we use our time post-school could be a potential solution. Adding hours to the morning for academic planning and leaving the evenings relatively free for recreational activities might reap benefits. In conclusion, a proper balance should be our focus - one that amalgamates the benefits of timing adjustments while preserving our free time. We must remember, a school’s primary goal should be to promote an environment conducive to learning and growth for students, and the timing decisions should reflect the same.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 14, 2023, noon

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Published: Tuesday, November 14, 2023

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