10 Reasons Why I Should Do My Homework
10 simple and logical reasons why a student should do his or her homework.
The main reason why a student should do his or her homework is to get good marks. If a student isn’t responsible enough as to do his homework, which impression might it cause on a teacher? Obviously a negative one.
Students should do their homework to not make the teacher angry and most important to create harmony between the students and teacher and therefore create a comfortable studying atmosphere.
Homework isn’t meant to bother students, it’s meant for them to practice the topics they learned.
Sometimes parents get really disappointed when their son or daughter brings a bad mark home. Parents even get to blame the teacher for it, but if only they knew that it was the student’s fault for not bringing the homework! So we, students, should not disappoint them.
A logical reason would be that it is our obligation to do homework and we have to understand that it is for our own good.
When a student behaves responsibly and does the assigned work, he or she has to study fewer for the upcoming exam, because he or she would already know the topics a little bit better than the ones who didn’t do homework.
In particular cases, elder brothers have to do their homework to give the example to the little ones, which don’t really understand their actions and this is why they tend to copy everything.
In some school it is allowed that teachers can assign extra homework for not bringing the principal. So if you do the principal you would spare yourself to work the double.
In my particular case, I do feel guilty when not bringing the homework, because I have very clear in my mind that teachers don’t do it to bother me, but to help me and that in the end the one who is going to pay for the broken dishes is me.
Finally I’d like to add that I have my values very well established and responsibility is one of them, that’s why I always try to do my homework and give it on time, otherwise I wouldn’t be me, I wouldn’t feel comfortable with myself.