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Should you give homework to students who only meet with the teacher once a week?

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Today’s question for the Q: Skills for Success authors: Is it a good idea to give homework to busy adults who study Business English and who meet with the teacher only once a week?

Jaimie Scanlon responds.

Do you have a question about teaching English to adults that you’d like to ask our Q author team? Comment below or email your question to qskills@oup.com.

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