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I need advice? Topic: My kid hates homework
June 16, 2019 / By Bonny
Question: Okay, at my school, most kids don't really go above average in their work or attitude towards school (Few type their work, few compliment the teacher, few asks questions etc) Mainly because they're afraid of being shunned upon. So this kid in my class always (Well most of the time) doing something extra into everything he does (Types his things, asks ALOT of questions, ETC) and some of the kids in my class yell at him and some even hate him because he does it. I was thinking about typing my homework, should I?
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Alberta Alberta | 5 days ago
Yes. You shouldn't care what the other kids think, because you're the one who will be getting a better grade. You're not going to see any of these kids when you go off to college anyways, so I say type the paper and ignore those mean kids. You're a lot better than them if you work hard, and they know it.
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