Argumentative essay against late start school Claim #1 Is late start school really a good idea for students who want to attend extra after school activities? Students who want to do after school activities would not be able to do after school activities if they go to school later. If the school start time starts later you will get out of school later which will not leave enough time for after school activities like sports and even after school jobs. Students who will get out later will not have enough time for sports after school because it will get dark earlier as it gets closer to winter and you will get out of school later so there definitely will not have enough time for after school activities. The other thing is that the later you get out of school the colder it gets so when you get out of school later at night it will be cold outside in the winter time which will not leave any time for after school sports.
Having a later school start time would hurt more than it would help. Changing the start time could potentially send students the wrong message. Being on time, handling a busy schedule and leanring how to balance sleep are all things that students must learn before entering the workforce (O’Neill, 21). No employer is going to change the time that an employee must clock in because he or she does not get the correct hours of sleep per night, so learning how to cope with this is crucial. If a school changes their start time they are potentially setting the students up for failure later in life.
School all year around would also result in a lot of drop outs because kids will get tired of coming to school. Another reason why kids shouldn't go to school all year because Some schools can't afford air condition in the summer. There are many reason to why school should not be all year around. Summer give kids time to mature. School is already stressful and going to school without a long break would be even more stressful you wouldn't have time to let your brain rest.
Having year-round schooling would only become an annoyance to students, teachers, and parents. I am against year-round schooling because it gives students little to no time for breaks, it would become an inconvenience to students, teachers, and parents, and it would burn students out much more quickly. Having to work all year round would bee annoying to anybody, including students. Year- round schooling gives students little to no breaks from school without counting holiday vacations. It does mean students would go to school for less days a week, however, this would also mean teachers would have to compensate for this by giving them a lot of homework over this extended weekend.
Recently governor Chris Christie proposed a plan to extend the school day and year. I believe having the school day and year extended is not a very good idea. Since long days of school may cause extreme pressure on students and less time for outside interests. All in all I believe having longer school days and year can cause many issues to us students. Extending the school day and year is a controversial issue in which many people do not agree on .
Schools should not shift their start time back to where they start their school later in the morning and end later in the day. If students are missing class or coming in late to school because they are tired, it’s their fault when their grades are dropping. In 2001 studies showed that school administrators cited extracurricular activities as a major reason why high school campuses would rather start earlier in the day (http://classroom.synonym.com/). Here are three reasons why this helps. The first reason is because of sports needing to practice outdoors have more daylight.
The days teachers take off cause students more stress as a result. Furthermore, if year-round school was established, teachers will not be under as much pressure, which could impact the number of days they take off work positively. With year-round school teachers will have to spend less time reviewing and more time teaching lessons required by the government. Teachers need to follow guides and requirements for the classes they teach. They often feel rushed in teaching all the required information in one school year because of the time spent reviewing forgotten information (Priddy).
For example, young adults are being told how their lives are going to turn out. If they aren't smart enough, they won't be able to go to college, or since they are a troublemaker they aren’t going to go anywhere in life. In Anthem they are being told and it is predicted what they are going to do for the rest of their lives. Anthem is giving young adults a great objective to connect to because it shows how the people in the novel are being isolated from people all around them. A lot of teens feel like they are isolated from people in school because they fear either that they don't fit in or their classmates don't like them for some reason.
My vision of America is that the school system would change, things would be more expensive, and the people in poverty will decrease. In the future, America will probably change the academic system. My vision is that they will have made the school days shorter and less homework. Kids go to school 7 hours a day, some kids even have sports practice after school which leaves no time for them to go home and do homework, chores, and have family time. This affects their grades because when they get home they are busy with all their homework and chores, so they probably don’t do their homework.
While I heard several kids were afraid of spiders, snakes, and so on, I was terrified of “change” especially moving to a new school. It might have been acceptable if I had moved around less than twenty times. As a kid, I thought moving always brought me a depression and took away the “opportunities” in my life. A teacher didn’t see my potentials because I was a new student, so I always missed the “opportunities.” Therefore, I told myself that when I could make a decision, I would never choose to move around. I would stay away from “change.” Unconsciously, the word “change” had laid hidden in my soul, and I had not realized what I had overcome during my childhood.