classwork

[ klas-wurk, klahs- ]

noun
  1. the written or oral work done in a classroom by a student (distinguished from homework).

  2. the work done in a classroom by the students and teacher jointly.

Origin of classwork

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Words Nearby classwork

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How to use classwork in a sentence

  • To correct it will take indefinite patience and far more time than I can spare from my legitimate classwork.

    Rilla of the Lighthouse | Grace May North
  • Besides his classwork he has always been active though rarely conspicuous in many educational and social movements.

    Six Major Prophets | Edwin Emery Slosson
  • Preaching presumes a pulpit and has little place in classwork.

    Principles of Teaching | Adam S. Bennion
  • Most other forms of dancing are learned as well or even better in classwork.