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Homework Planning

Homework Planning

Sometimes other factors get in the way of planned homework: the lessons move at a slower pace than I’ve planned for; perhaps the pupils need longer to grasp or practise a concept, or maybe the lesson is cancelled or interrupted. The homework task I had planned no longer fits in with their timetabled homework slot. Mixed ability classes can be all over the place, with some of the kids struggling over questions that others have long finished, with the high-fliers devouring extension work that was actually meant to be homework. Different kids in one class end up with different homeworks https://au.edusson.com/write-my-essay: some merely to finish the questions that they should have managed in the lesson, whilst others are into the realms of research projects or essay writing.

So in theory, homework tasks in my planning folder should be a neat sequence of instructions: Thursday – set homework. Monday – collect in homework. Monday and Tuesday – mark and return homework. But let’s just look at how this supposedly simple system becomes a big old mess in less time than it takes to say, “I left my homework on the kitchen table”.