Extracurricular activities have a positive effect and help students improve their academic performance. The positive effect that extracurricular activities have on students are improvements in behavior, better grades, and provides students with a social outlet. Students who participate in extracurricular activities have to always keep up a positive attitude and become a better student, and a better player and performer.
Students who participate in extracurricular activities are better behaved. During sports they must show discipline in drills, practices, and games. They have the responsibility to perform the task the right way. Behavior in sports is important because misbehavior can lead to disqualification. People are able to make decisions on there own and control the way they behave. During sports, under supervision of coaches and parents the athlete must behave with honor. Doing so can show self-discipline and demonstrate a serious athlete or performer.
During extracurricular activities students are more motivated to succeed because students want to continue to do the sport or activity they love. Students doing extracurricular activities need to keep their grades up. Students have to work really hard to maintain good grades or their coach, parent, or guardian may have to instruct them to bring their grades up or they will have to quit. When participating in extracurricular activities, school and grades are always the student’s number one priority.
The final effect is the social aspect. While doing a sport or activity students meet new people. While doing a sport, an athlete may meet people with a common interest. The people that the athlete or student meets during activities can become a long time friend of theirs. Extracurricular activities contribute to students working better together and teach patience in dealing with different people.
Extracurricular activities play an important role in a student’s everyday life. They have positive effects...
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