Homework in school
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Homework is given so you can get an idea. meaning that if you got the answer and you know how to do it, it can be a review for you and that will increase your marks in your report card. on the website :www.prosandcons.org it has also been clarified that homework should be given. that's not all but the reasons were extraordinary! My opinion is that if many people are retiring they are leaving spots for other people so they can also get a good and easy good that they understand.
Teachers also want you to understand what you're working on and people don't know what to do when a test is coming but if they do homework they will get a review on their test. Also what are you going to do at home. its possibly watch TV or play video games. first if that is a routine then it wont be good for health and second your eyes can turn into a problem.i also surveyed a few people and they said since they didn't do their homework they failed many times and when you go into high school it might be that nobody excepts you. popularity is nothing. if you don't succeed and i may not have many points but you need homework and believe. Believe in yourself that you can do anything if you set your mind to it.
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