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Synonyms for homework

preparatory school work done outside school (especially at home)

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Schools also responded to the query of whether too much homework can be harmful to a student and many responded that homework can be effective, but only if applied "in the right way".
Some people like to create pictures and models, some create a quiz for the class and some do all their homework using ICT.
Although the students won't have daily homework per se, they will eventually be given occasional science project or research assignment to complete at home.
The policy makes homework seem like a rite of academic passage to younger students like Pearl Keenan.
Some teachers know all this but feel compelled to keep assigning homework for tradition's sake, or because of pressure from administrators or, ironically, parents.
Based on this theoretical model, our goal was to analyze students' behaviors while doing homework.
According to the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), school pupils in the UK get more homework than many other European countries.
Homework helps kids learn, but it's not better than learning directly from a teacher.
Let's focus on the elementary student who truly has difficulty completing the homework assignment.
The scope and depth of the literature on the topic of homework may be described in terms that Mark Twain used to describe the Mississippi River.
Instead of one building, there are many different spaces where students do homework.
Our younger boy, who is aged 12, has grammar school homework each evening.
New Delhi, Feb 19 ( ANI ): Homework is an important tool to help children practice and review the lessons taught in school, but the very thought of completing the work on time can be sometimes daunting for your child.
Within this relatively brief book, The Homework Trap: How to Save the Sanity of Parents, Students and Teachers, author Kenneth Goldberg, PhD, presents the problem of a homework-trapped student through an exploration of the history of homework in California, referencing books both for and against the value of homework.
Turn off the TV during homework: If TV isn't an option, it's much easier to get homework done.