Homework

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  1. Jimmy was constantly bothered with homework. Everyday, he would have tons of homework to do. If he didn’t have math, he had algebra. If he didn’t have algebra, he had English. Whatever it was he had a lot of it to do. Jimmy couldn’t have fun with his friends, play his favorite video game, or listen to his favorite music because he had so much homework to do. One day he got tired of it and decided to do something about it. The next day at school Jimmy …

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  2. For Ruth, homework was an everyday occurrence. If it wasn’t math it was science. If it wasn’t science it was something else. No matter, because Ruth had so many classes, she had a lot of work to do. Sometimes homework would become so unbearable that she would sit in her seat in tears, wondering why she had to do so much. One day her mother saw her crying and stopped to ask her what was wrong. Ruth turned to her mother and …

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  3. Mr. Clipper was the nicest teacher there was in Gilford High School. The only downside to him was that he loved giving out a lot of homework. He even had a nickname as the "Homework Hound." Steve, one of the brightest kids in his math class asked Mr. Clipper why he would give his students so much homework. Mr. Clipper stared down at Steve and then looked at the class. He pointed to his watch and said …

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  4. Kathy was one of the smartest kids in class. She was always helping out her fellow classmates. If someone had a problem, they would go to her for help. One day Kathy was approached by her teacher to ask why Kathy was helping everyone else with their school work, but her work suffered. Her teacher claimed Kathy was late with assignments many times. Kathy apologized and stated that when she helped the other students, it left little time for her, since she was also involved in other extracurricular activities. So Kathy’s teacher told her she had to ….

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