Yes, Students should get homework!
No, Students should NOT get homework!
Yes because the more work the more they get smarter
Kids should have homework because giving the students homework enhances the possibilities of them remembering what they have learned that night, It helps them prepare for upcoming test and can be used as a motivation for students to improve. I'm not saying it's fun to do it it's just better and beneficial for the students and their knowledge. Students may hate the amount of homework they get, But they don't know that by every piece of homework they recieve it is gradually increases their knowledge about that subject. Homework helps them out more than they can see. The information that they will use in the future can be thanked to the homework and revisions of work that they got. Some of the work they will get can and possibly will help them solve and fix problems in the future. And it would also be nice if their own child could receive some help from his or her parents or parent with their homework but since you didn't do your homework while you were in elementary or middle or high you can't help your won child with his or her own studies, That should be pretty embarrassing.
@nikipotter. I have ADHD and I do HW just fine. @Hrox. Many school systems have homework time limits. Homework enhances learning and gives the teacher time to assign things that would waste class time. Face it, Would YOU do busy work in class or learn stuff? I choose the latter. Secondly, Homework helps children learn to be independent while they do homework. Third, It's good practice. Fourth, If homework causes too much stress, Take a break! There are many ways to relieve stress out there, And if you need help, Talk to a trusted adult like your parents or a school counselor.
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Teaching in a self-contained classroom in the grade prior to students entering middle school, I expect students to work hard in class and finish and/or double check at home as needed. Students write the daily math lesson in their planners so parents can access and discuss if desired. I also have several projects in which I coach students in the classroom and encourage a check-in time, But the project is done at home. Typically these large projects are given 6 weeks prior to due date so students learn time management. I only assign what I believe will solidify their skill in 20 min. Or less (so they could even do assignment in the car), Or what will aid them in learning to juggle their commitments and learning.
Homework has both advantages and disadvantages. Yes, Homework may help students keep the material learned in class fresh in their brain, Although, Homework can negatively affect students in many ways. These negative ways can affect the way they contribute to the classroom. One item that homework gives students is stress. Stress can come in multiple ways. One being the workload that students have through the week. Some students get more than two hours of homework a night. Balancing that with social life, Extracurriculars, Chores, And free time can be extremely challenging, Especially to those with ADHD. ADHD is a disorder in that which a person has difficulty paying attention and has trouble controlling impulsive behaviors. They also may be restless and almost constantly active. Another way students may stress is by not completing a homework assignment given in class. The child may stress about going into class and what their teacher will say the next day without the homework completed. The child may stress if they do not understand the topic. Also, Homework can be a big burden on students. The time after school is supposed to be for the child’s rest so they can be ready for the next day. Instead, Many students are up late at night trying to complete the homework that is due the next day. Students will feel exhausted after a full day at school and even more exhausted in the morning when they were up late. Kids also need to spend quality time with their family members. Less time with family members can break apart their bonds and cause issues between family members. Especially with the overload of homework given, Students may want to rebel and not do it while their parents want them to. This can cause a major fight between a student and a parent. With more homework the students have less time to spend time with their family, Such as grandmas and grandpas, Who might not have a lot of time left on Earth. For these reasons specifically, Students should have little to no homework.
How come they have to go to school for hours and then work for hours at home each night just for the next day.
because it's waisting students free time
Because it is just some more burden onto them after working whole day in school they can rather come home and just revise their subjects
I added up the hours that a child/student spends in school (roughly 7-8 hours of school each day) that means 7hours a day times 5 days of school is 35 hours a week. That doesn't include any after school activities (music/drama/student gov't/ sports/etc. ) or any formal tutoring they may need outside of school; which means that a student spends about as much time in the academic/school world as a working adult spends at their job! When do they have time to be young and enjoy their youth? ! ? ! ? H. O. M. E. W. O. R. K. = Half Of My Energy Wasted On Repetitive/Random Knowledge. (btw, -this goes for college too. . . )
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