Should Teachers Give Homework?

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Should teachers give
Homework is used by teachers in order to reinforce what they taught that day in class; however some teachers use homework as a way to teach or introduce a new topic. Using homework as a reinforcement seems like a fine idea because if the subject was taught that day, it will be fresh in the students minds and should be easy. On the other hand when a teacher uses homework as a way to teach a new and foreign topic to students, they just seem to get frustrated with it and give up after an hour or so. This use of homework can be counterproductive because if the students just are just giving up on what they were assigned then they never learned what the teacher thinks they have. Then he or she has to go back and reteach what should have been learned the night before in the homework. Porfirio Diaz: President of the republic of mexico for two terms
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