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From: Claudia
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2000120514:26:42
Subject: A simple suggestion
I use a very simple method for figuring out grades. Each grading period, when I grade any paper, homework, daily work, test, etc.... I assign a grade as a fraction. For example if a student takes a 20 point quiz and earns 17 points, I write 17/20. In my roll book, I record 17 and at the bottom of the column, I put the twenty. At the end of the grading period, I add up all the numerators and divide by the sum of all the denominators, multiply by 100 and that gives me the grade. Hope this helps! -Claudia, for the T2T service
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