I teach 7th grade English. We usually do exercises together or I call on each during activities. Very seldom do we do worksheets. I just find that kids glaze over at that point and some just write down anything. This brings me to my point... We are currently reading a novel (Tangerine by Edward Bloor), and I made up questions to go along with it. They are answering them individually. The kids know that I don't give away answers. However, I feel like these answers are pretty obvious. In times like this, do you still review answers? I don't want to seem unfair, but I also don't want to send the message, If you get lazy, I'll give the answers away. This is especially dangerous at this point in the year! Thanks!