Education is quite important in our modern world, without it, you are likely to lead a difficult, insecure life, rife with hardships. As a young student, under your parents care, you may disregard its importance and not revise as much as you should. This is hard to control and parents are often not equipped to detect the level of study activities that their children engage in. This is where homework is useful, by being part of rigid revision schedules, teachers and parents are able to ensure that the students engages in some form of revision while at home.
Teachers know best
Teachers don’t simply give assignments to their students out of boredom or malice, most tasks are usually specially selected to help enhance the lessons taught in class. This is basically the same as revision since students get at least two cracks at the academic materials. As a student, you would be pretty safe relying on your teachers for guidance when deciding what areas to focus on, many teachers provide this advice through the choice of topics they select for assignments.
While in school, its quite easy to blend into the class and hide behind high performing students. This makes it quite easy for students who know absolutely nothing, to remain undiscovered as the years progress. By giving students tasks to complete on their own, while away from school, teachers provide a reliable avenue of assessing a student’s knowledge. Parents can make use of this too, by observing their child's performance, they can acquire information that will inform them of their child’ academic needs.
encourage group activity
The class room is a very safe environment for the student, especially since most of us become a part of this system from a very young age. As a result, most students become accustomed to being provided with answers, or corrections, to their mistakes, quite possibly encouraging laziness. When teachers give difficult, extensive tasks to their students, it forces them to find ways of performing efficiently, on their own strengths. This often means working with other students, pooling resources and helping each other accomplish large projects.