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Francisco One of the parents' greatest achievements and immediate responsibility is to sent their children to school but sending them to school doesn't only mean to make them accademically active but also to make them socially active by joining and Independent creative activitz on ectra-curricular activities.
Participating on extra-curricular activities contributes a lot and helps the child molds their social being. From preparatory to elementary to high school and even to college, school doesn't only for academic enhancements and purposes, it always includes extra-curricular activities.
Students who participate in extracurricular activities generally benefit from the many opportunities afforded them.
Benefits of participating in extracurricular activities included having better grades, having higher standardized test scores and higher educational attainment, attending school more regularly, and having higher a higher selfconcept.
Participants in out-of-school activities often learned skills such as teamwork and leadership while decreasing the likelihood of alcohol use and illicit drug use and related problem behaviors. Those who participate in out-of-school activities often have higher grade point averages, a decrease in absenteeism, and an increased connectedness to the school.
Music, parental involvement, sports - all of these have an influence on how children perform academically. The way children choose to spend their free time can affect their school performance; it is not simply traditional in-class instruction that impacts academic achievement. Students attending school who participates in some sort of organized activities which may include clubs, athletic opportunities, dance line or cheer teams, Scouts, drama or theater, youth groups, student council, and club sports.
There is substantial interest in how teenagers are spending their leisure time outside the school day, and what types of activities are important to their development.
Through my research, I found out that there are studies that support either being involved, being over-involved, or not being involved at all in extracurricular activities and how participation can impact what becomes of teens in the future based on participation in activities outside the school day.
More specifically, studies have been conducted assessing the effects of specific extracurricular activities on academic performance. Studies and research states that students participating on extra-curricular activities can improve their academic standings.
Extracurricular activities appeal to student interests, according to Mahoney and Cairns people looked at the positive connection to school that participating in extracurricular activities created among students whose prior commitment to the school had been marginal. They discovered that a wider choice of activities resulted in a stronger effect because students' individual needs and interests were more likely to be met.
One source stated that, Extra-curricular activities connect students to school. Further, Jordan and Nettles found that adolescents who participated in structured activities supervised by positive adult role models were more likely to make personal investments in their schooling that might, in turn, motivate them to excel academically.
Self esteem can be a predictor of academic performance. Students that participate in extra-curricular activities also showed positive changes in students self confidence, teacher perception, and greater confidence, and then developed positive school related adult attachments.
Extra-curricular activities increases a students connection to school, raises their self esteem, and positive social natures. From the story from Cosden, Morrison, Gutierrez, and Brown about a girl who improved her grades because of her participation in extra-curricular activities.
Another effect that extra-curricular activities have on students is the social aspect. Students that are involved in extracurricular activities meet many new people. Each club or sport is different, so students meet different people in all different groups.
By joining different ones they meet people with the same backgrounds they have and people they share interests with. Most times the people that students meet are students that they would never talk to or become friends with on a normal basis.These activities for pre-readers, beginning readers, and older readers includes what you need and what to do for each one.
is an excellent way to encourage independent reading. Not all books are best read aloud; some are better enjoyed silently. Your child can then use some or all of these sentences as the basis for a creative story.
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