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What extracurricular activities are you engaged in?
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What extracurricular activities are most popular among American teens?
-Athletics most popular in the United States 50% -Other popular activities: Music (band, chorus, orchestra, glee club) 25%, and Academic (science club, language clubs) 20%
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What did she study in college? Did she participate in any extracurricular activities? Why might this be important to consider while reading To Kill A Mockingbird?
She went to Huntington college in Montgomery she later transferred to the University of Alabama to study law. By her Junior year she went to the Oxford University in England as an exchange student and came back to continue her studies in law but she dropped out after the first semester. She also was apart of the glee club and the literary honor society at the first college she went to. This would be important to consider while reading To Kill A Mockingbird because she knew about dealing with law issues that Atticus had to study before he became a lawyer so she put her own knowledge into the character.
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A researcher reports that students who have the highest test scores in school tend to be more involved in extracurricular activities than are other students. What specific type of research study must have been conducted?
CorrectB. Correlational
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Absent from school more often, less likely to participate in extracurricular activities, enjoys school less, spends less time on homework, and earns slightly lower grades.
Abner works long hours on weekends and after school. Research suggests that Abner is:
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Participation in the extracurricular activities has been connected with:
higher student self-esteem.
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Participating in extracurricular activities in high school helps:
How much are today’s high school students working compared to in the past? About how many hours a week do they spend on school and work commitments (not including time devoted to extracurricular activities or homework)?
High school students work a lot more than they did in the past. In 1940, only about 3% of high school students worked during the high school year. Considering that the average school day runs for about 6 hours, many working adolescents are busy with school or work commitments for close to 50 hours a week, and this doesn’t count time devoted to extracurricular activities or homework.
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What is the difference between explicit and implicit curriculum, null curriculum and extracurricular activities?
the explicit curriculm is what teachers intentionally teach based on textbooks, curriculum guides, standards and other sources. In comparison, the implicit curriculum more dearly depends on the school climate and organization and teachers’ attitudes and values. As a result, some aspects of the implicit curriculum may be out of the conscious control of the teacher. the explicit and implicit curriculum describe what is taught, whereas null curriculum describes what is not taught. in particular the differences between the explicit and the null curriculum reflects the teacher’s views about what is important to study and learn. extracurricular activities differs from the explicit curriculum in that extracurriculum exists outside of students’ areas of formal study. It’s similar to the implicit curriculum in that important forms of learning result from both, but they are outside the scope of the explicit curriculum. The extracurriculum is different from the null in that it relates to what is learned whereas the null relates to what is not learned.
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What is the effect of involvement in extracurricular activities on achievement?
Participation in extracurricular activities benefits less competent students more than their academically talented counterparts
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