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Topic: grading homework
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alison ahn

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From: Tustin
Registered: 10/5/07
Re: grading homework
Posted: Oct 5, 2007 7:53 PM
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I also have my students grade their own homework at home. I gave them a handout with instructions.
1. Complete the homework assignment.
2. Correct answers with a color pen/marker. Write how many they got wrong on the top right corner.
3. Put a question mark by the ones they missed or have questions on.
4. Ask questions at the beginning of the class when I go over with them.
This seems to work very well in my class. I just give them full credit as long as they come prepared and ready to ask me questions after following instruction numbers 1-3. This also saves time for me. I don't have to collect and grade each homework. I give them warm up questions at the beginning of the class and walk around checking their homework. But I make sure they have done all the assignments and have self-corrected them.



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