I do allow my GD to listen to her music while doing homework, but not while reading. I don't think she comprehends as well if she's listening to music. I have had her turn off the music a couple of times just to see and I don't notice that she is done any faster or that when she is listening to music her work is not done as accurately so I don't see a downside for her.
The Cons. Unfortunately, listening to music while studying also has its cons. If you’re the type of person who gets distracted very easily or has some difficulties with multitasking, then listening to music while studying might not lead to good results! I t’ll be very easy to lose focus from what you’re studying and listen to the lyrics instead.
I am currently doing a study project on the benefits that music has on your body and why it should be allowed in the classroom and I have found that listening to music while you work can improve your concentration, learning ability, and most importantly, help you to memorize what your learning. you can still listen to your favourite songs as long as you keep the volume low enough that it is a.Learn More
If I try doing homework while listening to an album for the first time I end up being more interested in the new music than my homework. Also I find its usually hard to study listening to rap music.Learn More
Page 2 of 3 - Teenagers listening to music while doing homework yes or no? - posted in What Do You Think?: I am another who needs music to study, as a teenager and even now as an adult going back.Learn More
I always had a hard time listening to music when I was in school - but I didn’t have the benefit of knowing WHAT to listen to. My children always listen to music when studying. Sometimes it’s just something they like. But often it is classical mus.Learn More
While doing homework, I usually listen to my favorite upbeat music because it makes me feel more energetic. This works especially well when writing because upbeat music makes you feel less.Learn More
Yes, and different music depending on the work. When doing English work I usually listen to bands like Led Zeppelin with long instrumentals cause the voice parts can be distracting. Maths is nice cause I can listen to anything from Five Finger Death Punch to David Bowie and still be able to focus.Learn More
Doing homework read online while listening to music actually means that some pandora stations to music on the same effect. Related to music whilst involved in rip. It off.Learn More
Do what La Roux says (go in for the kill, do it for the thrill, etc. etc.) on her sassy electropop debut and you’re sure to tackle whatever naysayers might come your way with aplomb. 25. House.Learn More
According to my mum, who's been on some sort of teacher-study course or something for the IB, you should listen to Baroque music (e.g. Bach), and listening to rock or watching tv whilst you study actually means you only remember half as much stuff. I can actually understand this, kind of.Learn More
See stuff like this freaks me out because when I listen to music and revise at the same time I think I'm taking it in properly but if in reality I aint I'm just going to stop listening to music. I listen to music only cause I get bored of just revising for an hour straight music helps me relax abit I think whilst revisng!Learn More
Classical music is known for being both peaceful and harmonious, creating a calm and serene study environment for the listen. It’s recommended as one of the best studying genres for students, because listeners report side effects like better mood and increased productivity. As far as side effects go, those aren't too shabby!Learn More
Listening to podcasts instead of music during study sessions has been working very well for me lately. But, being a relative newcomer to podcasts in general I'm not aware of many great podcasts around. The ones that I'm listening to at the moment are The Bugle by John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman, NPR's Radiolab and Welcome to Night Vale.Learn More