8 Signs That Asian Baby Boy You've Been Seeing is Going to Shatter Your Heart
Background noise is known to adversely affect speech perception and speech recognition. High levels of background noise in school classrooms may affect student learning, especially for those pupils who are learning in a second language. The current study aimed to determine the noise level and teacher speech-to-noise ratio SNR in Hong Kong classrooms. Noise level was measured in occupied classrooms in 37 schools, including kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools and special schools, in Hong Kong. The mean noise levels in occupied kindergarten, primary school, secondary school and special school classrooms all exceeded recommended maximum noise levels, and noise reduction measures were seldom used in classrooms. Schools in urban Asian environments are advised to consider noise reduction measures in classrooms to better comply with recommended maximum noise levels for classrooms. Background noise refers to sounds that hinder an individual's ability to listen to what they want or need to hear.
8 Signs That Asian Baby Boy You’ve Been Seeing is Going to Shatter Your Heart