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Homework a waste of time
Children of the world rejoice! Homework is officially a waste of time. The only draw back is that to prove it to your parents you will have to read a book. Paul Murray spoke to Richard Walker, author of 'Reforming Homework' which argues homework is of little value to primary schoolchildren.
In primary school teachers address Homework as it identifies which parents are willing to help their children so they can achieve.Denise Saturday 27 October, 2012 - 8:49 PM
One learns to read, to write, after that it's all rubbish.
Homework is for the persons who want a "degree" or perhaps "marry up" and enter into a specious, precious, place.
Literature is in my bones, in my head, in my hands with every book which is read.
Every book, every word has a place...a word can, and will and forever write the wind. Or perhaps create my own 451 (vale Ray Bradbury).Dellas Wednesday 24 October, 2012 - 10:11 PM