Is Homework a Waste of Time? by


Is Homework a Waste of Time? by

The aim of this new series is to teach children how to think, not what to think. By providing case studies, historical context and individual opinions but not a specific right or wrong, these books encourage readers to think and express themselves independently.Each topic acts as a springboard for a discussion on related issues. Books include a range of viewpoints to encourage critical thinking. It features simple activities and exercises to provide practical advice and examples of creative thinking. It is a mixture of text types including recounts, reports, discussion and persuasive text.

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56 pages
Interest Age: 13-15 years


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Publication date

30th October 2007



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