Then, your teacher burst your bubble by dropping a load of homework for you to complete by tomorrow.
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There are several methods for developing an excuse to give your teacher for why you don’t have your homework ready, ranging from honest to deceptive.
it was the weekend.’ We hear a lot of stuff when students don’t do their homework.
What we don’t hear, is the research on how to excuse-proof our classrooms for homework.Well, for those children who decided they wanted to come up with an excuse, these are some of the most creative, weird and wonderful reasons they’ve ever come up with. Okay, now it’s over to you – what are some of your favourite excuses that a kid has come up with then they’ve not submitted their homework? Our cup runneth over with FBI-proof, puppy-dog eyes, procrastinated-filled homework excuses.Every once in awhile, one fails to complete their homework in time.To get away with it, you need a proper excuse that will be convincing enough to your teacher.If you are a boy and you decide to say this, trust me you will be in bigger problems than not completing homework.You could say one of your relative, like Grandpa just died.To answer these questions, I examined a number of research articles.I focused on interviews/surveys with classrooms that struggled with homework completion (to identify triggers).6 Reasons Students Don’t Do Their Homework–And What You Can Do About It Students resist homework if… In a study of over 7000 students (average age of 13), questionnaires revealed that when more than 60 minutes of homework is provided, students resisted.In addition, based on standardized tests, more than 60 minutes of homework, did not significantly impact test scores.