I, or someone else, will be glad to help. Most of us here enjoy helping others learn more about SolidWorks, and some active forum members are teachers. I can't speak for others, but while I've learned a tremendous amount here, and am still learning, now I mostly just enjoy giving back and helping other users.
Now that I have that out of the way, we need you to help us to help you. Please post a specific question in the Discussion section of the Forum (or in a Reply to your existing Discussion if you were sent here) about what part of your assignment you're having trouble with. Vague pleas like "Please help", with a screenshot of the assignment, probably won't get much response. Include screenshots of your work at a minimum, and attaching your model will be better (see How can I attach a file to a forum post? for instructions). As Kevin Chandler replied to someone that asked for help without showing any effort: "Our enthusiasm is directly proportional to your initiative."
If, on the other hand, instead of help you want someone to do your work for you, please don't bother asking. It's dishonest, you won't learn anything that way, and we have better things to do with our time. You may find yourself the victim of biting sarcasm, or something like this could happen.
Edit: By the way, if you were sent here and you aren't a student, and this is work related, the above probably still applies. We'll be glad to help, but give us some more information, show some effort, etc. You're getting paid to do the work, not us.