Van Huynh M – W 9:35Claim: Eating breakfast improves students’ grade.Logos: Breakfast is important in re-energizing the body with nutrients, it is the first meal of a day and maintains adequate blood sugar level and prevents the body from fatigue the entire day. Having a healthy breakfast is helping students to concentration and better grades.
The Cardiff University study was published in the journal Public Health Nutrition in December 2015. The study of 5,000 students in Britain showed that students who ate breakfast were up to two times to achieve an average grade than those who did not eat breakfast.Ethos: The Effect of Breakfast in the Classroom on Obesity and Academic Performance: Evidence from New York City published on May 2015 by the Institute for education and social policy of New York University. Public Health Nutrition provides an international, peer-reviewed forum for the publication and dissemination of research with a specific focus on nutrition-related public health. published by the Cambridge University Press, date of access Dec.
25, 2018. The Cardiff University study offers the primary evidence of links between what children eat and how well they do at school, which has significant implications for education and public health policy.Pathos: Breakfast is especially important for young students whose brains use up about half of the body’s energy. Students who eat a breakfast have better concentration than students who skip breakfast altogether. With breakfast, students can easily focus on study and become less distracted.
They are also able to understand the lecture and retain the new information better than students who are hungry. Eating breakfast regularly helps students maintain a better grade, better concentration and more positive reactions to hard tasks. Only Five to ten minutes for breakfast daily can improve cognitive performance, test scores and achievement scores in students, especially younger children.