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Topic: Re: Grading Regents Proofs
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Re: Grading Regents Proofs
Posted: Jun 18, 2013 9:23 PM
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The standard for grading a proof is to grade it based on the way it was
taught, which is why teachers of the course should make themselves available
just in case there is a question about how to grade. When I taught proofs
during the year I emphasized good mathematical reasoning and allowed very
few shortcuts, but none of my proofs were ever worth as little as 6 points,
which means we have to adjust our thinking when grading a proof on a
Regents, but even if you aren't actually grading the exam, you should write the
answer key so your colleagues know what you accept and what you don't.

Steve Goldman
Half Hollow Hills HS East
Dix Hills, NY



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