You get just as many days off at a year-round school as you would at a traditional school, just at a year-round school, it’s spreaded out through the year rather than all in one big break (The Pros and Cons of Year-Round School). Short breaks gives time for kids to have a better education and avoids kids getting too board over the long break. Yeah, you wouldn’t get to have 3 week vacations, but who does? Some kids say that they get a break right when they need it and it’s refreshing to them and they’re ready to listen (The Pros and Cons of Year-Round School). It would be easier for them to pick up where they left
Just about the time I 'm really tired, I get a break." This is showing even when kids want to go on break they are excited to come back to school even though their brake may be shorter. In the text it states “Breaks also give teachers time to plan better lessons. Teachers in schools with a long summer break are so busy teaching that they have less time to plan lessons for their classes. Students in year-round schools tend to remember what they learn.
One you would not have such a long break from school to forget everything you learned from the school year before. Second thing is you get lots of breaks throughout the school year. But there is some things down things to all year round school, like having school during summer time. Isn’t it
Reading,"The Sun Goes Down on Summer" by Steve Lawhead brought back feelings I have about summer ending, school starting again, and being the real me! Summer ending means no more late night adventures. It means all the relaxing is traded in for hardcore studying. It means getting ready to see which friends will leave you and change for new friends. In the poem, Steve feels anxiety about starting school again, I relate to this in a big way!
(“Year-round education: Is summer vacation over... forever?”). This is significant because a great deal of children that had summer vacations before year round schooling have lost it because of year round schooling. Another piece of evidence would be that people are losing educate that they get in summer. 71 percent of adults not just including parents state that kids get educate from lessons during the months of summer by pursuing, working, athletics, or attending camp (“Year-round education: Is summer vacation
I hope you all had a great time over the Thanksgiving holiday. I know it is always nice to be able to step back, enjoy family and friends, and get away from the work for a few days in order to recharge the batteries a bit. Be sure to take some time to check in with students as you ramp up for the next three weeks of instruction. Taking a few minutes to gauge where they are will help you chart the path that will get the most out of both you and your
Do you feel that you need a break from work and the daily struggles of life? I strongly believe we should go on vacation to Disney World over summer break. If we go on this wonderful vacation, we could bond more as a family and it would be a total stress reliever for ALL of us. I, going into high school next year, need one last time to be a kid and have fun. High school is a huge step forward and I need one more getaway before it becomes stressful.
One reason why there shouldn’t be year round school is because kids need a break from school. Summer gives kids a break off their brains. A longer summer would let kids do what they want and time on there own. Lots of kids have to get up really early for school and so when it’s summer they can sleep in and make up for all of the time that they had to get up early for. They can’t make up all the days of getting up early in 2-3 weeks
Most students enjoy summer vacation, but some educators feel that the summer break is too long and that students do not retain information as easily when they return in the fall. Some people argue that there should be year-round schools, where there would be a 3–4 week break in the summer, a longer winter break, and a week off in the spring and fall. Does this sound like a good idea to you? Why or why not? Take a position on the issue.