This blog post looks at a teacher and student conversation about assignments.
Sample Conversation between teacher and student about assignment – 1
Teacher: Good morning, class. I hope you’re all ready to start our lesson today. Before we begin, I have a quick announcement to make. Your next assignment is due next week.
Student: Excuse me, Professor. Can you give us more details about the assignment?
Teacher: Of course! The assignment is to write a research paper on the effects of climate change on agriculture. It should be at least five pages long, double-spaced, and properly cited.
Student: What’s the format for the citations?
Teacher: I’d like you to use the MLA format for your citations and bibliography.
Student: And what’s the deadline for the assignment?
Teacher: The deadline is next Friday by the end of the class. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Student: Thank you, Professor. Can we work in groups for this assignment?
Teacher: Yes, you can work in groups of 2 or 3. However, each group member should contribute equally, and the final product should be combined.
Student: Great! Thank you, Professor. That’s all I wanted to know.
Teacher: You’re welcome. I look forward to reading your research papers next week. Let’s start today’s lesson now.
Sample Conversation between teacher and student about assignment – 2
Teacher: Hello, everyone. Let’s start today’s class. Before we begin, I want to remind you about the upcoming project.
Student: Excuse me, Mrs. Smith. Can you tell us more about the project?
Teacher: Of course! The project is to design a website that promotes environmental sustainability. You will have to research ways to reduce our carbon footprint and create a website that presents your findings.
Student: How long should the website be?
Teacher: It should have at least five pages and include all the important information about environmental sustainability.
Student: What’s the deadline for the project?
Teacher: You have two weeks to complete the project, and it’s due on the last day of class.
Student: Can we work in pairs for this project?
Teacher: Yes, you can work in pairs. I think it’s an excellent opportunity for you to learn from each other and collaborate on the project.
Student: Great, thank you for the information, Mrs. Smith.
Teacher: You’re welcome. I can’t wait to see your creative and informative websites. Let’s get started with today’s lesson.