Have you ever wondered if music distracts kids from learning? Does slower music make you concentrate better? Well if your wondering, I will be answering those questions for you. So lets get started!
I personally don’t think music distracts kids from learning. I think it helps some people concentrate on their work. This teacher says “Music acts like white noise, some students can’t tune out things like a pencil dropping”. This is true because some of my peers tell me music helps them concentrate. This person on Answers.com says music helps him or her to concentrate and it works as a stress reliever. Another person on Answers.com says “Music basically puts you in a trance that allows you to focus and enables you to relax”. So enough of that, lets move on.
Does slower music make you concentrate better? Well this person thinks slower music helps them concentrate him or her said “Mozart works very well, and classical music is a awesome tool for increasing concentration”. I find slower music helps me work better because faster music I’ll be tempted to sing along and lose concentration. This person said that you shouldn’t listen to fast rock, heavy metal or loud drums. Also music can help you study UNCC 49’er says sounds like waterfalls, sea shore, and ect. help you concentrate better. Ok there’s still a lot more!
I personally rarely listen to music while working because I can’t concentrate, also it depends on my mood I’m in. The majority of my friends, classmates, ect. can work while listening to music. My language teacher says it’s out generation, we can multi task really well. Other teachers might think music while working is bad but I don’t think that’s true. My math teacher doesn’t let us listen to music during class because in science, french, Art, ect. they want you to learn not goof off and learn nothing, it’s their job to teach us. Wow were almost done here!
SO now you know my point of view and other peoples point of view on this topic “Does music distract kids from learning? If you have your own point of view feel free to share it. That concludes my blog on music.