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Grades VS. Social Life
Transcript of Grades VS. Social Life
Many students are engaged nearly half the day in some form of media use (RedOrdit)
Monday, March 3, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Method of Inquiry
We believe that students grades are poorly affected because of their social life
Examples of distractions are:
Twitter, Facebook, Vine, Snapchat, Instagram, Etc.
We chose a questionnaire, because we believe it is more effective.
It is more effective, because it targets larger groups
A questionnaire is also confedential
It is an unbiased presentation of information
little to none of the students skip class
32% of the class marked school as their first priority
62% of the class is satisfied with their grades
89% of the class spends an hour or more on their homework each night
75% of the students use their cell phone during class for social reasons
Some examples you will find on our questionnaire are:
Have you ever not finished your homework to hang with your friends?
How often do I skip class?
Do you use your cell phone in class, for social reasons?
We found that with the research we found that our hypothesis is false.
Students do use social media during school
Students also tend to choose friends over homework
But they always tend to get homework done properly
Which results to fair grades
Why a questionnaire?
What did we find?
Did out hypothesis prove correct?
A few questions....
Grades VS. Social Life
How can teens pull off a healthy social and school life?
Does socialization benefit the quality of education?
Should group activities be further encouraged in educational settings?