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Hi Leslie I won and I have a list of reasons why
1.I just did
this one is really reasonable because it is short and sweet
everyone likes think short and sweet
or or cupcakess......
oh oh umm...... short people
that one wasnt that good but you get the point
2. I had a strong word choice..... most of the time..../
See words are words no one likes them...
EXCEPT THEY DO
because no words mean no talk
unless your deaf...
then i guess you can
words are still important because your not deaf
and no one here is deaf
so they are communicatioon so
Students are force to go to school for 7-8 hours a day on top of that they spend 2 hours at home on school work. That is just a punishment.2 hours of homework is a punishment after sitting 8 hours in class. Going outside, dedicating time to friends, attending hobby clubs, helping parents, and, yes, watching TV and playing games make kids feel kids. Teachers should provide them with more free time.
As I have mentioned students spend to much time on homework. When the students struggles with the work most of the time the parent cant help due to change in lesson plans and skills as schools develop throughout the year.Recent studies suggest that parents who spend hours helping their children with homework may be misguided. One found mothers' help had no effect on children's achievement. Another, from London University's Institute of Education, suggested that middle-class parents who help with homework may worsen family tension by comparing siblings.
Even though homework helps with self discipline it also causes stress. Many students are forced to do homework for an unnecessary amount of time a week.In 1929, a leading education journal asked "Is homework necessary?" after a survey found that 11-year-olds were doing between one and 12 hours a week and those over 11 between 7.5 and 20 hours. (The Government proposes just over four hours for 11-year-olds and up to 12.5 for secondary pupils.)
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!