When something is important, it deserves unimpeded attention.
Music is an indispensable part of our life and you will hardly meet a person who doesn’t like listening to it.
Instead, when I am cramming for a test or putting the finishing touches on an essay, I play a collection of softer songs from some of my favorite artists.
Almost everyone has a smartphone these days, and with it comes the ability to rock out to music whenever the mood strikes. Pandora has a comprehensive and frequently updated genre list that you can browse to get started.
While doing homework, tweens and teens love to listen to music — not to mention watch TV or instant-message on the computer!
So parents often ask me whether this interferes with learning.I must say that in my classroom and home, I want children to be engaged and focused, doing one thing at a time — which means quiet during homework.However, I can't say that I've not relented on occasion and allowed some background music and (even more rarely) some TV viewing while homework was also under way.Surveys of students themselves often say music helps them concentrate, keeps them company, alleviates boredom, and helps them learn faster.A few scientific studies have been conducted on the effect of music or other background noise on maintaining concentration.Pandora's Wind Down genre includes a collection of stations such as the Buddha Bar, with surreal lyrics, modal harmonies, and a slow-moving bass line.The Chill genre contains stations that are mostly acoustic playlists, with an emphasis on calm, sedate music.I've heard people say that the best kind of music to listen to while doing homework is classical.That may be true, but I don't have too many Beethoven or Tchaikovsky CDs laying around my room.Of course, it can be a music of different genres, with or without lyrics, modern or classical, but people enjoy listening to music and can combine a variety of activities with it.Young generations are also fans of music and every second student has always his headphones.