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Research Paper Bibliography

Kohn, Alfie. "The Value of Homework Needs Further Research." Do Students Have Too
Much Homework? Ed. Judeen Bartos. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2012. At
Issue. Rpt. from "Studies Support Rewards, Homework, and Traditional
Teaching. Or Do They?" alfiekohn.org. 2011. Opposing Viewpoints in Context.
Web. 24 Oct. 2014.

This article studies three different ways of teaching and using homework. This source
will help me prove that homework is not necessarily that helpful in learning and provide
alternatives to learning through homework.

Kohn, Alfie. The Homework Myth: Why Our Kids Get Too Much of a Bad Thing. Da
Capo Press, 2006. Print.

This book looks at the negative effects of homework on studentss lives. The book will
help me provide specific examples about why homework has become a hinderance and
how we can rethink the ways in which students are taught material.

Strother, Deborah. "Homework: Too Much, Just Right, or Not Enough?" The Phi Delta
Kappan Feb. 1984: 423-426. JSTOR. Web. 27 Oct. 2014.

This article examines different assumptions about why homework is helpful and
disproves them using research. The article will help me form a counterargument agains
why people might think homework is a beneficial tool.

Marzano, Robert, and Deborah Pickering. "Special Topic / The Case For and Against
Homework." Educational Leadership Mar. 2007: 74-79. EBSCOhost. Web. 27
Oct. 2014.

This article presents research to explain why they type of homework being assigned
today is not helpful and suggests ways it can be improved. I will use this article to back
up my claim with recent research and provide a solution to the problem.

Paschal, Rosanne, Thomas Weinstein, and Herbert Walberg. "The Effects of Homework
on Learning: A Quantitative Synthesis." The Journal of Educational Research
(1984): 97-104. Web. 27 Oct. 2014.

This article compares several studies that have been done on the effect of homework
on academic achievement. This article will help me prove with statistics that homework
does not have a strong correlation with achievement.