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academic standards are what students must learn, certain social-emotional
skills support how they learn.”(K. Brooke). Art and music are a good way to
help students express their feelings, ideas and develop their creativity. Also,
physical education has many benefits for students such as help students  O1  WF to regulate their weight and prevent
obesity. These
are some of non-academic classes and its benefits, however, some high schools
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use those funds to buy and pay materials for academic subjects. Schools
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and life skills. Non-academic classes are an essential part of the of the
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First
of all, non-academic classes help the students’ development in social and
emotional skills. Some researchers have demonstrated that
non-academic subjects have a good ”impact on social-emotional skills—such as
self-regulation, problem-solving, social awareness, and growth mindset—have on
academic outcomes and success in the workforce and in life”O5  O6  QA CUS1 (K.
Brooke). For
example, classes such a music and theater help the student express emotions and
feelingsO7  frag. Another good example is classes as
physical education which teach the student work in groups and socialize while
they play sports. This O8  WF classes
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understanding and respecting others opinions and decisions. Also, non-academic
classes ”allow children to develop individual strengths and learn life skills.
Specialist courses allow children to explore their God given talents and
promote self-confidence”(Academy of Notre Dame). A good way to discovered discover our
god given talent and life skills is through the art and gastronomy classes.
These classes allow students to develop
creativity and interest for learning new and fun tasks. Students can express their own ideas and
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Secondly,
non-academic classes are another helpful part that helps the student succeed in
life. O13  Rep In
order to succeed in life, it is important to develop life skills and improve
the learning of cognitive ability. A good way to improve cognitive ability is
by studying a second language. ”Research suggests that studying a second
language is essential to the learning process, creative inquiry and critical
thinking. Foreign language studies have proven to increase problem-solving
skills and overall cognitive development”(Richard J). The opportunity to learn
a second language will not only helps help to the
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will increases the chances for students to get a better job. Another benefit of
non-academic subjects is that help students to have a greater and better usage
of their time. ”Multiple studies have concluded that curricular and
extracurricular art studies and activities help keep high-risk dropout students
stay in school” (National School Boards Association). Third, non-academic
subjects such a health persuades and educate students to have a healthy body
and healthy mind. Non-academic classes are important to keep students
interested in school, improve cognitive ability that will help them succeed
better in their lives.

 

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