While I only give homework one to two times per week, students are always encouraged to review any notes, warm-ups, graded papers, etc., they have completed throughout each unit in preparation for end-of-unit tests. Students are much more likely to succeed if they regularly review and study this information, rather than simply waiting until the night before the test to cram.
In the front of my classroom on the right hand side of the white board, there is a homework grid where I write down what the homework is (if any) for each day of the week. It is imperative that students know it is their personal responsibility to copy down what the assignment is in their planner/agenda, as well as submit or make up this work if they are absent, etc. Also, it is unlikely that I will sign their planner/agenda to ensure they have written down the assignment due to time constraints. However, arrangements can be made in certain cases for me to sign the planner/agenda if the student presents it to me.
Last Modified on June 12, 2013
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