How pop culture impacts grades

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Your favorite TV and movies are all over your grade book.

Pop culture is everywhere. You can’t escape it, and you’re probably not trying to. Pop culture has become part of our lives, whether on Netflix, in your favorite movie theater, or as a conversation topic at dinner.

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The good news is that pop culture influences us positively and sometimes negatively. Because of this influence on our lives, we may want to take advantage of any opportunities we have where pop culture might help us out academically or socially in some way: for example, when you watch TV shows about college students studying for exams (like Glee), or when songs from the musical Hamilton come up in class discussions about topics like history/economics/etc……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Your study habits can be influenced by what is popular.

Your study habits can be influenced by what is popular.

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Popular culture has a strong influence on most people, including students. This is because pop culture is constantly changing and evolving, so many famous things today may not be so popular tomorrow. This can cause you to change your study habits to keep up with the latest trends (or at least try).

Remember that being entertained doesn’t mean you’re learning; just because you’re “in the zone” doesn’t mean you’re studying.

It can be tempting to give in to your curiosity and try something new. After all, you’re bored of studying the same subject repeatedly! But if you’re not interested in what you’re learning, then there’s no way that it will help improve your grades.

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For something like pop culture or video games (or whatever else) to impact your grades, they need to be relevant—and most importantly: enjoyable! If this sounds daunting at first glance, don’t worry: there are some easy ways to ensure that whatever subject interests you most will provide value for learning and entertainment purposes.

Consider whether or not it’s fair to put pop culture knowledge to the test.

While pop culture is often fun and exciting, it can also be distracting. If you’re taking a test or exam with pop culture knowledge as part of your assignment, consider whether or not it’s fair to put that knowledge on the test.

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Popular media such as television shows, movies, and music often have themes that may seem similar but have little in common with one another (like love triangles). This can confuse students who need help understanding how each show relates to their own lives; they might come away from an exam feeling like they missed some vital detail because they needed to pay more attention while taking notes during class lectures!

It’s unrealistic to expect kids only to watch educational programs or only research for school…

It’s unrealistic to expect kids only to watch educational programs or only research for school. Kids need to be entertained and learn simultaneously, and they must enjoy what they are watching. There is no reason why we should not have fun learning about pop culture!

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