Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Tuesday 1 September 2015

Sir Edmund Hillary Middle School
2 Franklyne Road
Otara, Auckland,New Zealand

1 September 2015

Dear Mrs Ngakuru,

I am writing to you to convince you that students should be able to listen to music during class time. Have you ever thought about allowing students to listen to music in class before? Has it ever came across your mind?

My first reason to persuading you to allowing music in class time is that music helps us concentrate on work and keeps you occupied. Students do have a habit of singing out loud maybe because students get bored while doing work. So why not listen to music in class? Students then don't have to hide the music on their laptops when the teacher walks around so they don't get into trouble. So then the teacher will then not have to worry about about us being on the wrong things on the laptops.

Secondly, research says that music "Calms the mind" example If you get stressed just put on your headphones and start listening to  music, without disturbing anyone and the music should calm you down. Music helps us get motivated and can energize us if we are feeling lazy and feeling like you don't want to do work. Music distracts you from focusing on the time to much and just keeps your eyes on one place which is your work.Should students listen to music during class time?

As you see that people do disagree with me but music does help us concentrate, do your work faster and keeps your eyes on one place. So I hope that you will consider this letter when you look at my opinion on Should students listen to music during class time. Thank You very much.

Yours Sincerely,
Danielle Holland  

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