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Should Children Have Homework?
Should Children Have Homework?
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What's Your Point?

Should Children Have Homework?

Homework helps you learn new things, but it may leave you with less time for fun activities like playing sports. These third grade students give arguments for and against homework. After reading their arguments, you may change your point of view on whether children should have homework.

 
ISBN978-1-62521-874-2
6-Pack ISBN978-1-62521-875-9
Text TypeInformational Text
SubjectSocial Studies
Page Count24
Copyright2015
SeriesWhat's Your Point? Reading and Writing Opinions
Teacher NotesYes
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6-Pack
Paperback
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Tony Stead

Tony Stead

Australian educator and internationally known literacy specialist Tony Stead has both taught in elementary schools and lectured at universities. Past president of the Melbourne Chapter of the Australian Reading Association, he is the author of numerous publications, including Is That a Fact? Teaching Nonfiction Writing and Explorations in Nonfiction Writing.  Tony is also the author of two writing programs: What’s Your Point? Reading and Writing Opinions and What’s the Point? Reading and Writing Expository Text. Tony has been a keynote speaker at hundreds of conferences and works with school districts around the world in literacy consulting and teaching.

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