• WordNet 3.6
    • n classwork the part of a student's work that is done in the classroom
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In literature:

Most other forms of dancing are learned as well or even better in classwork.
"The Art of Stage Dancing" by Ned Wayburn
We'll start actual classwork tomorrow morning at nine o'clock.
"Jane Stewardess of the Air Lines" by Ruthe S. Wheeler

In news:

Classwork at home, homework in class.
Before facing the University of Kentucky in the Elite Eight, a Baylor University assistant basketball coach saw forward Quincy Acy poring over some classwork late at night.
Amanda Brown/The Star-Ledger Ibrahem Manaem, Aditya Rangarajan, and Sergio Villar do their classwork in a kindergarten class at Parsons Elementary School in North Brunswick.
Others will try to catch up on classwork or a personal life.
West Virginia University journalism students are getting real-world exposure for their classwork, producing stories and videos for the state's newspapers.
Help ADHD students study for tests and finish classwork, homework, and chores now -- not later.
Instead of doing classwork in the school building, the students took a mystery trip to the pavilion behind the adjacent fire station for a special treat.

In science:

The disciplines The students in the example in the previous section brought a rather local expectation into their classwork – that they could get the answers without thinking about the mechanism of what’s happening.
The role of context and culture in teaching physics: The implication of disciplinary differences