AW: Poll: How to respond to homework questions
Thu, 28 Aug 2003 13:50:00 +0200
OK: D E
Not OK: A B C
I have never seen anybody asking more than one
"do my homework" question. I would encourage=20
students to give it a try, even if it's not
working, and give some advice on that.
Pointing to a web page like "do your homework
yourself - it will benefit you most that way"=20
is a very good idea.
> -----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Tom Pledger [mailto:Tom.Pledger@peace.com]=20
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 27. August 2003 23:43
> An: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Betreff: Poll: How to respond to homework questions
> I'm curious about what the people on this list consider appropriate,
> as responses to homework questions. Even if there isn't a consensus,
> it may be interesting to see how opinion is divided.
> Please consider the following.
> (A) Give a perfect answer.
> (B) Give a subtly flawed answer.
> (C) Give an obfuscated answer.
> (D) Give a critique of what the questioner has tried so far.
> (E) Give relevant general advice without answering the=20
> specific question.
> I mean them to include giving references, e.g. a Wiki URL to relevant
> general advice would count as (E).
> Which of those do you approve of? Which do you disapprove of?
> Please email me a concise vote, e.g.
> OK: B D E
> Not OK: A
> and I'll post a collated result next week.
> - Tom
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