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I know that kids don't try hard in class then complain that the homework was to difficult. If each day kids get taught a lesson then given a work sheet on that lesson to do in class I think kids will get it done quicker because they don't want to do homework. And if kids really do run into a difficult problem they will have a teacher there to help them and teach them how to do it right instead of guessing and getting it wrong and possibly learning it the wrong way and making a habit of it. It's could be very time consuming for kids and also pressure for the parents at home to teach it correct to their kids.
I can see no way in which classwork and homework are different. If we do not send unfinished classwork home, we will be letting students get away with slacking off. This way, the students who work harder in class are rewarded with less homework. Plus, teachers are already busy enough trying to prepare lessons, they should not have to work more on homework
People need to spent time with their family and if they get homework it makes it more harder.Children should not get homework because if they do get homework for example a boy went to a karate lesson when he came back it was to late and he had to do his homework.These are the reasons why I think children should not get homework
Homework is work that is assigned during class and sent home to be completed. But unfinished classwork cannot be qualified as homework. Homework is homework and classwork is classwork. The two should not be mixed. Why are teachers doing this? Are they just to lazy to prepare more homework for students?