If you do, would you expect the teacher to accept it? How would you react if your child turned in homework written by you and the teacher made him redo it before he could participate in today’s holiday party?
I made one of my students redo his homework while the rest of the class began the party today. I’m wondering if the mom will have the nerve to complain.
Answer by autodidact at 1:06 AM on Dec. 19, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 6:11 PM on Dec. 18, 2009
O.K. is the child capable of writing well? I ask because I am the mom of 3 kids with various degree's of special needs. My oldest has visual motor processing problems, she is on or above grade level in all other respects, you just can't read her hand writing well. When she was younger I would write her work for her or type it for her if it was English. My twins have serious developmental delays, so I often write their work, so that I can check it as we go and so that the teacher can actually read it. I would not do this if they were able to write clearly. And my oldest now types her own work, we use graph paper for the math and that helps. So if the child is able to write acceptably then you were right to make him re-do it. If not then I would have discussed it with the mom first.
Answer by teamquinn at 6:14 PM on Dec. 18, 2009
Answer by mom2BOYZnDad at 6:17 PM on Dec. 18, 2009
Good question teamquin. He is more than capable and wrote an excellent essay in 35 minutes at school today. I teach an ESE inclusion class and have several students who dictate writing assignments becausethey can't do it on their own. He isn't one of them. He does fine in school most of the time. But at home he insists he can't do it and mom buys it. He told me she wrote it for him because he was too tired to do it himself.
Answer by maxswolfsuit at 6:18 PM on Dec. 18, 2009
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Answer by emslala at 2:54 AM on Dec. 19, 2009