Research Design: I did a survey to find my results. I asked people if they chewed gum every day and if they were organized. Sociology Articles Article #1: Who are the Biggest Gum Consumers? The first article I read showed the percent of people in age groups that chewed gum, and was defined in age groups (shown
Would anyone expect a gum commercial to make one feel emotional? Well, Extra Gum did just that. In Extra’s 2013 gum commercial, they tell the story of a young girl and her father’s connection because of the gum. It uses two ordinary people who many people could probably relate to or want to relate to. Extra does a good job at showcasing pathos and ethos while logos is not as obvious but is still there making the commercial effective at persuading the audience.
This is because chocolate milk helps keep bodies stay healthy, and it helps children maintain a beneficial diet, since it is just as good as white milk. In addition, surveys show how parents feel about serving chocolate milk, and they like it. First of all, chocolate milk helps keep kids’ bodies stay healthy. Chocolate milk contains calcium, magnesium, and other helpful vitamins. According to the text, called “Vitamins and Minerals”, it says that calcium is needed to build “strong bones
Gum helps focus in school better. Nyssa Peck, a thirteen year old girl attending Sherwood Middle School, says, “gum has been proven to increase scores. So that makes me think that it would be okay to have in class, as long as people were responsible and didn’t stick it under desks.” Gum can be too distracting. Popping, trading, and chewing gum can cause loud noises and make people not pay attention. With gum, like everything else, there are pros and cons.
I really enjoyed listening to Judith Kroll’s virtual lecture on “Bilingual Minds and Brains Across the Lifespan”. I had known from other classes that being bilingual improved a person’s executive function and that young infants had the capability to differentiate between different languages, but much of the information Dr. Kroll provided was new and truly eye-opening. For me, the most interesting part of the lecture was how being bilingual protected against symptoms of Alzheimer’s for such a long period of time. When Dr. Kroll said that even at age 21 I have begun my cognitive decline that was a bit disheartening but when she said that being bilingual has a lot of cognitive advantages I was very intrigued. I have been learning Spanish since I was 13 and while I wouldn’t consider myself fluent, I would say I’m highly proficient.
Chewing gum in class will have a positive effect not a negative effect. If students chew gum it will make them get better grades. Because chewing gum in class will help the students be more focused on what they are working on and they will be concentrated on their work. If students are more focused on what they are working on in class teachers
Schools can prevent this by drug testing their students. If they drug test them, they can prevent safety issues, show that they care about their students, and prevent unfair situations. Drug testing should be done in schools because it keeps the athletes safe, it prevents unfair situations, and teaches life lessons. Drug testing keeping student athletes keeps students safe, because it shows that the school cares about them, and if they care about sports, they should be ready for a drug test. Studies on performance enhancers, like steroids, etc., show that after a while of using the drug, negative effects on long term health come into play (Pro & Con…).
Having a steady amount of physical activity each day will do wonders for kids down the road. The benefits are tremendous and can lower risk of diabetes, lower blood pressure, and lower chance of obesity. In schools across the United States, physical education has been substantially reduced and in some cases completely eliminated in response to budget concerns and pressures to improve academic test scores. Yet the available evidence shows that children who are physically active and fit tend to perform better in the classroom, and that daily physical education does not adversely affect academic performance. Schools can provide outstanding learning environments while improving children’s health through physical education.
The most common pressure is fitting in” or wanting to be cool.¨ This directs kids to make the wrong choice, a choice made from desire. ¨Peer pressure among young people can be a powerful and persuasive force. Knowing they may have to submit to a drug test can help kids overcome the pressure to take drugs. (Student Drug Testing Prevents Against Drug Abuse, Michigan Library)¨ If students are aware of randomized drug tests that their schools provide, they are less likely to take the drugs being ¨pushed¨ towards them. It is a simple step that can improve the lives of students everywhere.
But laboratory studies with mice indicated that extracts of this plant also improve memory [* 6], which is particularly useful in individuals of full age, and stimulate intellectual and cognitive activity [* 7]. Ginseng and creatine optimize mental abilities A scientific research tested the psychomotor skills of a group of 16 healthy male volunteers, to whom a standardized dose of Korean ginseng (100mg twice a day for 12 weeks) was administered, and other similar placebo group were data. A positive effect of ginseng was observed for some skills: attention, deductive and arithmetical processes, sensory and motor function and auditory reaction time [* 8]. For creatine in addition to the known physical benefits to athletes it has been recently proven that can also stimulate intelligence. A test conducted with two groups of vegetarians Australians found that creatine has a significant stimulus to brain power.
Another majority of the studies concentrated on the ability to concentrate on a voice. listing out words or numbers and documenting how many words or numbers people remembered. In both of these groups of test each yielded positive results, the gum in fact helped the participants ability to concentrate and helped boost their short term memory, allowing the participants to do better than they had previously. The people got more math problems correct or remembered more words then they could before, this proved that gum could really help with
Emma scored a 100 and Mackenzie scored an 88. This proves that gum relaxes and shows better results during a test. While chewing gum memory is improved because of memory or the hippocampus increases while people chew. It creates more insulin that helps the memory of the brain. Chewing gum increases the glucose level which is fuel for the body and for the brain.
Mrs. Rally, a lunch lady at a local elementary said “We serve six or seven cartons of chocolate for each one of white milk at lunch.” So why would we get rid of chocolate milk if it is choosen 6 to 1 to white milk? But that’s not all kids love it, it recovers athletes after their workouts and is a better overall diet for kids. Although chocolate milk has a little more sugar than other types of milk, yet I believe that chocolate milk should stay in school! As I said chocolate milk should stay in school because kids love it. Did you know that some students would not drink as much milk if chocolate milk was taken away from schools?
Children believe everything is better once they receive a prize, which is the main reason why this child’s account could be very beneficial. Now that these children have a way to save their money at TFCU, I believe they should be educated about what saving money is and why it’s so important. This could include a Wildcat themed coloring book about saving money that includes puzzles and games to help educate about savings. Also, it may include a candy goodie bad with a comedic children’s DVD teaching them about saving money and how their new account works. Not only will this be beneficial to the children, but help our economy in the
1 It helps people who have disabilities to be able to write their own papers , and even sometimes it helps them be able to speak a little. It helps children with disabilities be able to do their homework too. 2 It demonstrate that they are not just labeled with the disability they have , but instead it shows them that they can easily do just as much and as good as the other children can do. I do believe that assistive technology really does help children and parents alike . 3 Vishal is the most interesting teen , because I find him te be determined to reach his goals , like go to college and be the president of the summer k through 12 student body.