Home W O R K - A H U R D L E......

@busybee10 (3191)
India
July 2, 2010 7:54am CST
While some parents claim that home work is unnecessary burden on the child,others feel it is essential to help the child grasp the lessons taught in school. share your useful thoughts please....
2 responses
@TexLadyPj (1329)
• United States
4 Jul 10
Herro busybee10 Our son went to a private Christian school that was self-paced. The students sit in a cubicle and work at their own pace. They set goals for each subject in the morning. If they complete their goals, they have no homework. If they do not complete their goals, it comes home. There was a note sent home that had to be signed by the parents. Most years Chris did not have homework. When he did we helped him to the best of our ability. Homework before play. Prosperous mylotting
@busybee10 (3191)
• India
5 Jul 10
It is nice to hear that children are given their goals which have to be completed.this is really encouraging as they too can plan how to reach,so from this child hood they can understand the meaning of goal. Good idea....!
@johnpillai (2083)
• Germany
2 Jul 10
Here I like to write mwthods: 1. Here in Germany, Home is a must. Daily the children are given homeworks. The children should do them. After doing the homeworks they can do whatever they like. 2. As a teacher in Srilanka we were told by our officers we can give homeworks only if we can correct them. But we should ask questions in former lesson on the next day. So I don't give them homeworks. But perticularly I begin the lesson with question of former lession. This make the children to learn at home. 3. When I was a small girl as a pupil whether I had homework or not I should sit at the table and learn my lessions. I prefer the 2nd and 3rd method.
@busybee10 (3191)
• India
5 Jul 10
Vov - that is a good idea.Home work makes a child alert and also creative,because while doing homework all the happenings in the class will be rotating and really this works wonders. Your choice of 2nd and 3rd is correct.