This blog post looks at a conversation between a teacher and a student who has not done homework.
Sample Conversation between teacher and student who has not done his homework – 1
Teacher: Good morning, John. Can I see your homework today?
Student: Good morning, Mrs. Smith. I’m sorry, I haven’t finished it yet.
Teacher: Why not?
Student: I had some unexpected things to take care of yesterday and couldn’t get to it.
Teacher: That’s not a good excuse, John. You should have prioritized your homework.
Student: I know. I’m sorry. Can I have a little more time to finish it?
Teacher: I’m afraid not. Homework is due at the start of class. You should have taken care of it last night.
Student: Yes, you’re right. I understand. I’ll make sure to get it done on time next time.
Teacher: I hope so. In the meantime, you’ll have to stay after class to complete it and receive a zero for today’s homework.
Student: Yes, Mrs. Smith. Thank you for understanding. I’ll make sure to get it done.
Sample Conversation between teacher and student who has not done his homework – 2
Teacher: Hi, Sarah. Can I see your homework for today?
Student: Hi, Mrs. Brown. I’m sorry, but I didn’t do it.
Teacher: Why not?
Student: I had trouble understanding the assignment and didn’t want to turn in something wrong.
Teacher: I see. Well, you should have come to me for help. I’m here to support you.
Student: I know, and I’m sorry. I should have asked for your help earlier.
Teacher: It’s okay, Sarah. We can work on it together now. Do you have your textbook and notes with you?
Student: Yes, I do.
Teacher: Great. Let’s sit down and go over the assignment together. I’ll explain anything you’re having trouble with, and you can ask me questions.
Student: Thank you, Mrs. Brown. I appreciate it.
Teacher: No problem, Sarah. That’s what I’m here for. Let’s get started.