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was working for a small school, so when it came to grading, I only graded 15
students. The teacher usually handed me the forms and it was with numbers 1-4
I am working at a big private school. I got hired at the middle of the second
trimester, so we decided to only grade the last trimester. My question is: When
it comes to grading a Spanish class is there any grading rubric that you
follow? Do you make your own? I want to send a little note home that says
something about their learning since I began there. The grades that I teach are
also teach k-8. For every unit i create goals. These are the
share w parents. For grading purposes, every class period students get a
participation grade. They also get grades in completing projects. I create
worksheets we use in class. Some of our worksheets can be colored so i
assign it as "homewor ( at
the lower levels) so they understand spanish js a "real" class.
levels have projects and activities that allow me to grade their work.
principal and I agreed that participation on the lower levels would be the
biggest chunk of their grade. Hope this helps. Reply to my comment if you want
any more details
Jenn:This is a
great question. We don't have anything on our report card at all yet, so are
really looking for the same info.What about aligning them to "can do
: We are using "can do" statements, but our computerized report card
morphs those into speaking, listening, reading, and writing. I use a common
curriculum and assessments and attach a cover letter to each test I send home
with general info about the unit.
I do 50% homework/class participation and 50% tests/quizzes/projects for grades
5-8. For grades 3 & 4 I assign points to most work done in class
because I don't give homework or tests. Thankfully I don't have to give grades
to the little ones at all.
: The "can do" type statements that come with the authentic
assessment charts in the Sonrisas
Spanish school books are great.
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