As long as you eat breakfast before you go to school, you shouldn't be hungry for your morning classes. You could mention the rule and justification , ask students to please come fed, and say that if you're really hungry you would still prefer that they attend class and be discreet: sit near the back, don't make undue noise, etc. All of the reasons above simply make it sound like the teacher has no classroom management skills. Not only Ludlow, but also the entire state of Massachusetts has taken multiple actions to try and emphasizes better eating habits to reduce the percentage of obesity in our community. I know everyone doesn't have a break time.
Complaints like this are the reason principals get paid a six-figure salary. Carrots are probably the most annoying food to hear someone eat. On one hand, the noise from rustling bags and crunching chips and bottles falling on the floor can be distracting. While dating is not legislated, such conduct would be against school policy and can get them fired on the spot. If you're constantly eating, you will become obese sooner or later.
The snack should be healthy and students should place trash in the trash can. Hunger is a horrible distraction and if the chewing gets that bad then the teacher can reprimand that person. She may find chewing distracting, whereas I, and many others, won't, or I would be so focused on the lecture material and on taking notes that I wouldn't pay any mind to whether or not my classmate happened to be chewing. Watch what your student is doing or if you trust them just let them eat and make sure they don't leave a mess if they do just have them to clean it up. Is five hours too long for kids to go without food? If one student eat in class many student will ask for it there for no one would listened in class at all. The physical motion helps you stay awake. Allowing students to eat and drink in class is beneficial to their progress in learning; the fact that students are traditionally prevented from eating when hungry is alarming.
We asked Bedi, Maglisceou, Capehart and Lazar what particular foods and drink annoy them. Again, even under a hypothetical where we grant this -- and let me be clear that I'm not granting it because Pro has provided no basis for it -- this would stll be irrelevant, because this would provide a framework for teachers, parents and fellow students to encourage one another to eat healthier foods. I know everyone doesn't have a break time. Many students do find listening to someone chew extremely annoying. However, many students feel that a nice little snack during class helps them to concentrate a little better. Yes, there are breaks between classes, but students need that time to get to the next classroom. Students should not be allowed to during class because you are disrespecting the students of the class.
If youre really paying attention than you won't be thinking about how hungry you are. And be aware that any sexual contact of any type would be illegal. There is no need for students to eat in class because it could cause as a distraction, and students have designated times throughout the day to eat. I have bigger fish to fry. It's also distracting to other students. Other answers suggest that students cannot handle two activities at the same time - I'd agree with that particularly when one of them is eating - but I'd add - I can't handle two activities at the same time - particularly when one of them is students eating while I'm trying to manage a group and teach to the group while the group is chomping, slurping and spilling away. If students are hungry during class, they should get up a few minutes earlier to eat a big enough breakfast to satisfy their hunger until lunch.
I have done that thoroughly. Some can chew quietly, but many teenagers do not, they also do not respect others learning environment. By the time that last class before lunch rolled around, I'd be feeling weak and lightheaded. I pay a lot of money for my classes and I don't want to be distracted by people's noises while I am trying to learn. I like to debate the issues with my colleagues, and one debate I had with one of my best of friends was over his choice to allow his 8th-grade students to chew gum. Also, some students may have an earlier lunch, perhaps at 11:30 a. However, if we generously donate food to our bodies throughout the day our metabolism will become acquainted to the pattern that more food will be on its way soon, and will not be hesitant to let the food go to produce a constant energy burst that works as a helping hand to truly help us reach our fullest potential.
If I were the university administration, I would probably do away with 8 am classes; younger people especially teenagers have circadian rhythms that run a bit later than older or younger folk. You give an inch, they take more. Pro You seem to be contradicting every little thing I say. Many students have this issue, and you end up coming to school with a hungry tummy. This would help schools in the long run because students will be more focused, awake, and excited once they quench their hunger. She is not responding to my points at all, but merely repeating the points of hers which were already rebuted.
Passing out, also, is distinct from being happy. Conclusion I have rebutted all of Pro's arguments and she dropped every single one of my contentions. Just something to tie you over until lunch. I'm just speaking from personal knowledge. I think it's a good idea to eat in class, as long as they're quiet and paying attention. It's a debate, so we need to defend our opinions. Debatequeen1 MonetaryOffset Tied Agreed with before the debate: - - 0 points Agreed with after the debate: - - 0 points Who had better conduct: - - 1 point Had better spelling and grammar: - - 1 point Made more convincing arguments: - - 3 points Used the most reliable sources: - - 2 points Total points awarded: 0 3 Reasons for voting decision: Pro appears to be a new debater, not familiar with the formal style of arguing.
Eat properly and take advantage of lunch and break to put something in your stomach. Kid are the fist to see though your bullshit and thy will call it as thy see it. In the old days if a kid said 'I'm hungry' the parent would say wait for lunch or dinner and we didn't have the same obesity problems that we have now. Pro's problem is that she wants to stick a rigid, universal proposal when the real world is nothing like that. Other students may have problems with noise.