School: Homework and grades

English Conversation Questions on School: Homework and grades

  • Do you think homework is necessary for academic success?
  • What is the appropriate amount of homework for a student to receive on a daily basis?
  • Do grades accurately reflect a student’s understanding and knowledge of a subject?
  • Should grades be the primary measure of a student’s academic performance?
  • What impact does too much homework have on a student’s mental health and well-being?
  • How do different grading systems, such as pass/fail or plus/minus, affect a student’s motivation and academic performance?
  • What role do teachers play in setting and grading homework assignments?
  • What are the pros and cons of a no-homework policy?
  • Should the amount of homework assigned vary based on a student’s age or grade level?
  • What are some ways to make homework more engaging and meaningful for students?
  • How can parents support their children with homework and ensure they are completing assignments to the best of their ability?
  • Do you think standardized testing is a fair and accurate measure of a student’s academic ability?
  • How do cultural and socio-economic factors influence a student’s experience with homework and grades?
  • What are some strategies for students to effectively manage their time and prioritize their responsibilities, including homework and extracurricular activities?
  • Do you think there should be a limit on the number of times a student can retake a test or redo an assignment to improve their grade?

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