Language A, Level 1 Grading Procedures
Grading Tier Chart
· Homework (Vocabulary, Reading)
· Blog Assignments
· Class work (Daily Oral Language)
· Quizzes (Language Arts, Reading)
· IB Assessments
What do the check marks mean?
For Tier 1 Assignments:
Check+ (Complete Assignment) = 100
0 (No assignment turned in/incomplete)
For Tiers 2-4 Assignments with IB Rubric Scoring:
Check+ (exemplary work) = 9-10
Check (maintains expectations) = 7-8
Check- (barely adequate work) = 5-6
Check--(inadequate work) = 1-4
0 No assignment turned in/attempted
Below 70 (F)
No Name: Assignments with "no name" on them will be not given credit and recycled in classroom recycle bin. Please make sure to use the correct heading format on all papers; first name, last name, date, class day/block on the upper right side of the paper.
Homework/Late Classroom Assignments: Assignments are due the next class meeting to Ms. Brinkley in the proper class day/block basket. NO LATE HOMEWORK! Students have the appropriate amount of days to complete tasks assigned, a 0 will be given for missing or incomplete assignments.
Make-up Work Procedure:
Students who are absent will have the amount of days absent to make up their missed assignments. It is the student's responsibility to make up work, catch up on notes, and gather information that they missed. Students who are absent must check the Classroom Calendar "What did I learn today?" for what was completed in class during the day(s) absent.
Rubrics will always be given on projects and final assignments assigned throughout the year. These will be both our IB content rubrics as well as individual teacher created rubrics. Timeliness, presentation, and completeness will be factors in the rubrics given.