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Hello colleagues, I'm wondering if ESL teachers are giving homework. If you do give homework, what kind of homework do you give? How often do you give homework? How do students respond? Do they value having homework?

If you don't give homework, what are your reasons? Is it because you don't think students would value it --or have time for it? Is it because you are not sure what --if any-- resources might be available for homework?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this!

Cheers, Susan Finn Miller

Moderator, AELL CoP



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