Homework should be banned.
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Firstly, homework should not be banned as it aids students in recalling the facts acquired in lessons. For example in the subject of science, the teacher can only spread his or her knowledge of the certain branch of science he or she is educating and the only way for students to understand the theories is through homework. This evidence suggests that homework is vital in enabling students to apply the facts they studied in school to questions. Moreover, some of the questions in the homework may be an application question so this provides a good opportunity for students to understand the world better just by applying concepts to questions. Thus, homework helps students to remember the facts learnt in school.
Secondly, homework should not be banned as students can spend their time productively by doing homework. For instance, in order for students to master the concepts and formulas in Mathematics, practice is certainly essential and needed to test and check for the student's understanding. This shows that homework can serve as a guideline for students to practice their knowledge and assuring that the students are able to follow up on the knowledge taught. In addition, homework can help students to practice discipline as it takes initiative to complete homework as a task. In this way, students are not idling around and can work on something that may help them in the mere future. Therefore, students can treasure their time in a smart way by entertaining themselves with homework.
Lastly, homework should not be banned as it can aid students in achieving higher scores. For instance in the subject of English, students can improve their writing skills and confidence through writing practices such as essays. This emphasises that homework can be used as an assignment for students to try to improve their current state of knowledge. Furthermore, when students are doing homework, they are more exposed to the various types of questions that may stand a chance of reappearing in their examinations. Consequently, homework can support students in their desire to get more distinct grades.
In conclusion, homework should not be banned as it allows students to revise their knowledge, it prevents students from idling around and it helps students to achieve better marks. With the many benefits of homework, I strongly agree that homework should not be banned. After reading this essay, what are your next thoughts about homework?
Firstly, we can still live if we don't know what is 1+1 because we have calculator, but we can't live if we can't think because that's the point that nothing can replace our brain. Conversely, if we only know the knowledge, then the more knowledge we know, the more we look like a machine.
Secondly, instead of doing homework, we can use the time to know our world, to know the people around us. Human must live in a group, so we need to know how to be fried with every type of people. Isn't that more meaningful than learning a new formula?
We should take time to learn how to think, and know the world around us. If we just start learning these when we are adult, that 's late already.
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Vote Placed by JOHNCENA1738 1 month ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con had better spelling and grammar (did not spell anything wrong), while pro did make the argument that the internet basically does everything for us.
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