If they ask what candy, answer with something that smells like your gum. They should respect the rules because after all they are being allowed to chew gum. Chewing gum actually worked for me then, and it still does today! He has written five books, including and. Once I pop a piece of gum into my mouth, I instantly become more intersted in the topic being present. If you chew it noxiously then it becomes a distraction and people cant focus, also the teachers always think that since people on the streets just spit out gum onto the sidewalks they think that students will most likely just throw it on the ground. Either way that you look at the problem, their will be both good and bad issues, but the more you look; you can tell that the good issues outweigh the bad. Chew gum that is about the same color as the inside of your mouth.
Most of the arguments for explain how it can help students concentrate. The results showed that people who chewed gum had more accurate scores and quicker reaction time than people who didn't chew gum, especially at the end of the test. Most often the silent sound of gum being chewed is barely noticeable. This means that in shorter classes kids shouldn't chew gum, but in longer classes they should. Brain Food Chewing gum aids cognitive tasks such as memory, thinking ability and has the capacity to reduce stress. In this case, several readers have written to tell us that this article was helpful to them, earning it our reader-approved status.
When you throw your gum away, hold your hand up to your face like you are scratching your nose and with your tongue move the gum into the palm of your hand. There really isn't and right or wrong answer. Perhaps if you are going to an assembly or presentation, then gum should not be allowed out of politeness for the guest speaker. Consider what tactics a gum chewing student might use to. It's unhygienic and can put off other people if they sit in the same place as you.
By not allowing gum to be chewed in the classroom, you have the ability to get rid of these distractions from the classroom completely. Studies show that chewing gum can help blood flow to the brain which can affect many other areas in your body. Deal with a gum-chewing student quickly. Having pain while trying to learn can be more excruciating than trying to learn when it is to hot or to cold out. This is due to the fact that chewing gum helps to release insulin into the bloodstream which affects how well your memory works. I say yes but we all have our own opinion.
It is very rude to snap and chomp gum in a public setting. Tell students that they may chew gum as long as they do it silently and dispose of it appropriately. And its not fair when a kid gets caught with gum and gets in trouble! I introduce the article to my students and share that they will be completing a chart to determine the pros and cons listed in the article. In fact, if you are aware that a student is chewing gum, a better strategy might be to avoid dealing with him directly at all. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Investigators at Louisiana State University took 115 people who regularly chewed gum and fed them lunch. It will help you chew more quietly during class.
One group chewed gum while doing homework and during test-taking situations. Also when students are given the privaledge to chew gum, it is often abused and students are sticking them under desk and so on. Ancient cultures around the world found their own forms of gum. We love to role a dice and have each side pick numbers to choose who will go first. They contend that dried gum always finish under tables, or on flours. The gum-chewing students had a 3 percent increase in their standardized math test scores compared with those who did not chew gum. Breath-Mints are just as effective as gum! There are some issues that stir great debate, but there are other issues that most are in agreement on.
Chewing gum can help kids do better in school, and sometimes in life. I then have them pair share and whole class debate their opinions and why they feel this way to get the class to have a split opinion. It also can help, anxiety, stress, and depression. It gives my subconscious something to do while I focus on my work. Even though they didn't do better overall, the kids who didn't chew gum did better at the beginning. Teachers with classroom management are able to permit this inconsequential act because their students know and understand what will happen if they do not abide by the gum laws.
I stop after each section to have them pair share to get their ideas noted on their papers. Most often the silent sound of gum being chewed is barely noticeable. My purpose is for them to debate and form opinions that either support or debate the gum chewing issue. When you follow a story, the next time a related article is published — it could be days, weeks or months — you'll receive an email informing you of the update. Most people that chew gum are more acedemic than other students! How about an interactive, stimulating classroom, a healthy breakfast, or 8 hours of sleep? Interestingly, tree sap is long gone from the current treat. Explain to students that if you hear gum chewing, the offending student will be asked to spit out the gum.
You can also hide the gum under your tongue or on the roof of your mouth. If you're too close to the front, the teacher can easily catch you. Most teachers say that gum is too messy and will end up underneath the desk, but I disagree. That all could be reasons to look at the positive things about having gum at school. If Cornish Elementary let's chewing gum back into the school, they may find that, especially in the middle schoolers, the gum may help relieve anxiety, stress and depression in the students.