Becky, Gabby, and Mark
Now It's Your
What is it?
Homework refers to tasks assigned to
students by their teachers to be completed
mostly outside of class, and derives its name
from the fact that most students do most of
such work at their home.
Assignments are usually required to be
completed and turned in by a specific
deadline, often the next school day.
How does a student do it?
It represents and It provides a
understanding of sense of focus for
prior knowledge. the student to
It shows that the actually sit down
student is and pay attention
capable of doing to what is in front
it by oneself. It of him/her;
also shows a self- whether it be a
discipline of the reading selection
student. or physical
Why is it important?
It provides independent practice for the student.
It is the “You do it”
In order for a student to obtain any information,
there needs to be plenty of repetition from the
teacher back to the student.
Homework gives the student the “I do it” feel. It
allows them to accomplish something by
themselves without any assisted help.
In order for the student to have a positive outlook
on homework, it needs to be family-friendly
This is “We do it together.”
With the teacher assigning homework, they are
able to check for understanding of their own
They are able to see if the student’s have met
It is very important (continued..)
A little more homework
Elementary School- High school-
A little homework A lot more homework
There is not enough time in
a day to finish the homework
should be relevant and
useful, not boring busy
Homework can develop
self-discipline and other
good study habits.
Homework can help
practice specific skills one
needs to assess.
Homework allows the
students to use creativity
and gives the students a
chance to benefit their own
skills and concepts to