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Old 08-22-2016, 05:18 PM View Post #11 (Link)
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I love homework, so yes!
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Old 09-01-2016, 07:42 AM View Post #12 (Link) Homework helps.
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I love homework, so yes!
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Old 10-17-2016, 01:12 AM View Post #13 (Link)
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Honestly, even if I do understand the topic in school, homework has helped me remember and/or strengthen my knowledge of the topic. And if I get through some especially hard tasks, it most definitely teaches me something new that I didn't pick up in class. So I do support homework, but I do believe there should be a reform of it. Possibly give it out in organized and smaller increments. But in all, I do want homework to take less time and reduce stress.
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Old 08-20-2017, 06:51 AM View Post #14 (Link)
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who says one has to study 7 hours after school just to revise the chapters? Homework should be given because it helps us to revise the chapter in an effective manner.It also nourishes our brain and can come to help in future as for example,science.It is interesting yet is very essential for us to get jobs,
  
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Old 03-21-2018, 09:58 AM View Post #15 (Link)
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I believe that if the students have sufficient understanding of the topic being discussed in class they should not be given homework. Instead of giving graded homework, the teachers should provide students with a study guide. Spending seven hours a day in school is tiresome enough, adding homework to the seven hours is just torture.
This is true if homework was meant only to educate, whereas it was meant to prepare students for the large workload that would be put upon workers in any job, especially an office job.
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Old 03-31-2018, 02:32 PM View Post #16 (Link)
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Old 04-20-2018, 08:59 AM View Post #17 (Link)
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I do need to make this clear to me, are we speaking of college-to-university students, or those ones from school? To me that's a huge difference here, by the age aspect. When a school student, you were learning things that are necessary for your development as a persona (and don't try to say that you don't need Math - all of ours have the ability of logic thinking because of Math), and you do need to make some work on your knowledge out of class. But when college or else, it's a different thing, you're a young adult and in most cases you know for sure what you're about to connect your life with, so many of binding topics are just not the thing you need. To free up some of your time in order to spare it working on something you're really into, you may as for assistance from professional assignment writers https://www.assignmentexpert.com/ I think a great part of sophomore-to-senior students are using such resources, but it's that sort of thing not everybody would talk about And I'm standing for that point of view that homework shall be optional for everybody - no marks and stuff - but how to make that thing fitting well for everyone, that's a question!
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Old 04-20-2018, 11:40 AM View Post #18 (Link)
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I feel that students should be given homework as it gives an opportunity to establish the practice of studying in the environment at home. It is a vehicle for independent learning. The reasons for giving homework change as the students get older.
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