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2015-2016
This curriculum reflect a collaborative
understanding of the needs of learners in
light of the Common Core Standards,
while honoring the integrity and
intentions of the course itself.
Grading Protocol
2015-2016
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Work that is done in the classroom on
a daily basis categorized by the
following:
• Comprehension and demonstration of
student understanding of concept
• Writing Assignments
Vocabulary Enrichment
Notebook check
Tests
Quizzes
Projects
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Homework (not to be more
than 5%)
• Class Preparedness (SSR
book)
Teachers should not drop the lowest
grade from the gradebook.
No extra credit may be given
Absentee late work will follow
district guidelines.
Late work should be accepted as follows:
The earned percentage grade will be
reduced by 10% for one day late.
The earned percentage grade will be
reduced by 20% for two days late.
The earned percentage grade will be
reduced by 30% for three days late.
After the third late day the grade
results in a zero.
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Always enter quietly
Read the “Do Now” posted on the board
Prepare for class (clear your desk of
binders, have your writing instrument,
SSR book and your class notebook on your
desk top)
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capital letters where appropriate
complete sentences (unless otherwise
stated)
include POQ when appropriate
include accurate information
If the work is a final copy of an essay or
project, the spelling should be correct.
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Reading Life (attitude)
Reading strategies
Narrative texts
Informational and Persuasive
texts
Test taking skills
Vocabulary
Context
Structural Analysis
Word Relationships
SAT Vocabulary
Who Moved My Cheese?
(for teens)
By Spencer Johnson, M.D.
Red Moon at Sharpsburg
By Rosemary Wells
[email protected]
Under “Reading” in the teams
directory for my web page
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