Also homework should not be given everyday of the school year
I believe that homework should not be given to school students
I agree that homework should not be given, but the idea of finishing work that was not done in class sounds fine…although I could see teachers giving long assignments with the expectations that the child will not finish them in class.
Having children work on their skills in class is much more effective; the teachers are available to help. In some cases, the parents might not be able to help and the child gets scolded for not finishing their homework but in reality they just needed some guidance. Discouraging and stressful!!
No homework does not mean no studying.
Homework should not be given just to be given
There are some people who argue that homework should not be given to students at all. This argument is hardly going to deter the millions of students who go home every night with activities to do with their academic studies. Homework is alive and well. But it is also fair to say that some students have too much homework. Now just how much is too much is open to question. But if you as a parent or your child, the student, feels that they have too much homework there are a number of things you can do. Here are some of them.
Homework makes them independent they became mature they came to knew what they have to do homework helps them to prepare their syllabus it makes good relation between teacher and student if homework should not be given they will become lazy and they will only watch tv and play video gamesHomework also takes away from necessary social time, which is crucial for a child’s mental grow, and social skills. Homework should not be given because it is sometimes used to teach, instead of for review, it can discourage students. I believe that homework should not be given to students because they spend to much time on it. I understand that teachers may what repetition, but what about classwork! I would gladly trade in homework for classwork. If a student completely understands a topic, then why spend so much time learning it, when they already know it? If a student doesn't understand a topic, they should get a small amount of homework, no more than 15 problems.Homework also takes away from necessary social time, which is crucial for a child’s mental growth and social skills. Homework should not be given because it can discourage students. We may lose confidence and chance to present our ideas and logical thinking by drilling the same exercises in books.