Brochure: Helping Your Child With Homework.
Thank you for asking me. I’m 60 years old and I don’t have homework right now. I haven’t taken a class in 4 years, I think, and it’s possible I won’t take any more until I retire. Okay, I’m taking watercolor painting classes online. I almost forgo.
Answer: No, never. Sarah Lucca Many students feel that listening to music while doing homework will help them work more efficiently. Unfortunately, music is a major distraction, especially music.
Why you should listen to music while you work, according to scientific findings Save Working to happy music can improve creativity a study has found Credit: Getty Images.
All of those “extra-curricular” activities are good but if you stop using them as excuses for not doing homework that would be even better. It sounds like you need a time for important things in your life and the school with its homeworks definitely doesn’t fit in the scheme of things.
Listening to music while working can help students concentrate, drown out other conversations or any bothersome activities going on around the room, or relieve students from stress. Students may be having a hard time at home, and sometimes listening to a good song or an artist they like can put them in a better mood that will help them get on with their day in a more positive way.
Avoid listening to the radio. Dialogue between radio personalities and commercials can be distracting. Turn it down. Listening to music at a moderate level is best. With the new semester kicking off, now is the best time to start creating your playlist so it’s ready to go when you need it. Happy listening!
In fact, I’ve been listening to Christmas music while writing this particular post. While doing reading or more complex writing assignments, however, I often have to set aside the music in order to better focus. So you see, it depends on the student and the situation. Sources. Davis, Nicky. “Is It Good to Listen to Music While Studying.”.