If you are a teacher or homework hater, please read this.?
Topic: If you are a teacher or homework hater, please read this.?
June 24, 2019 / By Adrea Question:
Why on EARTH do you give us homework?
We are in school for 6-8 hours a day, so why do
you find it necessary to give us another 1-4 hours of school work?
We do not learn from it, it just wastes time that we could've spent being a kid.
We have the rest of our lives to do work at home. Is it just "fun" for you to grade it
so you can judge our work? And weekend homework/projects are pointless.
It's called the weekEND not the weekdoalotofworkthatwastestime. We students
have almost no time anymore for friends, sports, just being a kid and actually ENJOYING it.
I don't care if you thing that doing a 10-page math packet by the next day will "help" us. It wastes our lives and keeps us from going outdoors with friends on beautiful sunny days.
So thanks, teachers, for homework.
-Holli(I think I am speaking for many students)
Why are you complaining about grading stuff? Don't assign so much crap
and you won't be stuck grading it;)
Best Answers: If you are a teacher or homework hater, please read this.?
Terance | 5 days ago
I really do agree with you here. I hate it when teachers give out homework and then complain when they have to mark it. Besides, most of us search the internet for the answers so I don't understand why the teachers bother with it.
However, their 'excuse' to giving us homework is that we need to practice or review what we have been taught. I've heard that Asian countries do a lot of guided practice in class, but do not assign tons of independent practice (homework) outside of class!
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Originally Answered: What constitutes being a "hater" in political speak?
Whenever someone wants to discount the validity of anothers arguement, they call the opposing person a "hater" which is short for "play-hater", a ghetto gossip girl term that refers to a someone who pretends to hate something or someone they are really envious of.
That adults are using this juvenile term in politics shows you just how far into the school yard they are degenerating in this campaign.
I get called a "hater" around here for bringing up the past scandals of both Bill and Hillary Clinton that led to impeachment proceedings against Bill. I do not deny that I hate most of what he did in office and the amount of hypocrasy he showed, but what I hate even more is the number of people who lived through it or studied it and would still vote for Hillary when she was just as culpable in the scandals as Bill was, and in many cases was willing to shoulder what blame she could rather than let it fall on Bill in hopes that it would further her own political aspirations.
It is giving us a live example of "those who who do not learn from the past are condemned to repeat it."
Originally Answered: What constitutes being a "hater" in political speak?
well if your really non-partisan (yeah sure)
then he you go
one example of being a hater would be if you called someone racist because they didn't support your candidate
another would be if you Always called the other persons candidate a Liar, Murderer, Cheat, Etc. Etc.
I think "evita Clinton" helped me to make my point
after multiple and constant insults many are getting a little touchy about who they support.
Oh dear. You must be young and in experienced in life to say anything like this. I know, because I was like that not many years ago myself.
"Why on EARTH do you give us homework?" We give you homework to ensure that the material which has been covered in lessons has been taken in. You'll need that material to pass your exams so making you do exercises on it ensures the teachers that you are learning.
"We are in school for 6-8 hours a day, so why do you find it necessary to give us another 1-4 hours of school work?"
You might be in school for around 6 1/2 hours a day, however you only do around 5 hours of work, if that. Homework in high school never lasts more than an hour if you do it promptly and don't get interfered. When you're in employment you'll be working anywhere from 8-12 hour days, it's preparing you for the real world.
"We do not learn from it, it just wastes time that we could have spent being a kid." You do learn from it. That is if you do it without keep stopping and actually sit there and do it properly. That's like saying you learn nothing in school. Yet you still manage to pick up skills that will last you a lifetime and you also manage to pass your exams.
You're not 'kids' anymore. You're young adults and if you made use of your time efficiently then you'd still have plenty of time left over to spend time being 'kids'.
"We have the rest of our lives to do work at home. Is it just "fun" for you to grade it so you can judge our work?" Oh yes it's very fun spending hours after school marking your work. We are grading it for no benfit of our own. We are trying to do what's best for you. There's nothing worse than finishing teaching a lesson on a friday afternoonat 3.30 and then spending until 5 doing lesson plans, going home and then spending a good 4 hours marking different students books. Of course we don't do it for fun, just like you don't complete it for fun. We're trying to give you an education and a future.
"It's called the weekEND not the weekdoalotofworkthatwastestime" I've got to admit this made me laugh. What happens if when you're older you get a 9-7 job on a wednesday-sunday. You'll be working your weekend then. Or if you get a part time job, you'll also be working. In the real world you deal with it. If you done your homework on the night you got given it then you wouldn't have to do any over the weekend. That way you could go and spend time in the sun with your friends.
I'm trying to give you the best answer possible. I know homework seem's pointless to you at such a young age, however try and see it from a different perspective. We're not doing it to ruin your childhood and waste your time. I felt exaclty the same as you when I was in high schoool nearly 4 years ago. To be fair I never actually completed most of my homework. However now i've grown up I do see what an important part it plays in developing your knowledge. It seem's a drag I know but when you get into the real world, life is much worse.
My days consist of being at work for 8am which means leaving at 7am and getting up at 5.45am. I have three meetings in the morning before 8.55 registration. I then work all day helping out students, even through my lunch and break time. 3.30 comes and goes and i'm sitting there still, doing paper work. I go home at about 4 and spend even more time marking essays, going through coursework and preparing for the next day. By later in the evening I've done my work throughly enough to get by the next day. This is my routine every monday-friday.
On the weekend I work 9-5 at a resturant.. Even though i'm working all these hours and doing all that work, I still manage to go out with mates nearly everynight, go out at the weekend, shopping, eating, seeing the boyfriend and family etc. I'm only 19. You've just got to 'man up' and struggle on through.
Edit- We HAVE to assign you this 'crap'. We don't have a choice. :p
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Originally Answered: My guitar teacher didn't show me how to read tabs?
Not a problem. Tabs are quick and easy to learn. You can do that on your own. Here is an article that explains how to read tabs. There are lots of such articles available. Some have problems. I have not found anything wrong in this explanation.
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