Discussion on the topic: Why homework makes sense?
- you get routine
- you can look up errors
- you can memorize things better
teachers can better control what they have learned
Why homework is useful?
Many students complain about too much homework and do not do it because they think it is unnecessary. Teachers usually can’t explain why homework is useful and only mean briefly: so that you have something to do. So why is homework useful? This is the question I would like to answer in this explanation.
At school you get a lot of homework every day. Most of the students don’t like to sit and do their homework when the weather is fine. Many students, such as my brother and I, wonder why homework is useful.
From the teacher’s point of view, homework is useful because it allows them to better control what the students have learned. Homework is useful for students because it helps them to look up mistakes they make and fill in gaps in their knowledge. Furthermore, students can better memorize what they have learned. Most seriously, however, it is that one gets routine and thus makes fewer mistakes in the work. However, it should be added that many students do not have time to study because they are busy with homework.
In summary, homework is useful, but overdoing it can be harmful, as there is no more time to learn. Also, you don’t have time to play with friends. I would wish that there was no homework, because then you can decide for yourself how much and what you learn.