This book provides guidelines on making homework relevant to the
students and the curriculum, and integrates homework into classroom
Homework is a vital part of learning, and it is expected by
students, parents, school directors, and teachers. the benefits of
homework are obvious, yet it is usually seen as a necessary but
unexciting chore. Both students and teachers often fail to take full
advantage of the opportunities it offers to consolidate classroom
teaching, bridge the gap between lessons, and promote independent
This book demonstrates ways to help learners to enjoy their homework and to make the most of it.
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