This "Grade based on a function of annoyance:" made me laugh out loud, and then I had to explain to my hubby why I was laughing and he just didn't get the humor. He didn't get it because he hasn't been there, but now that I'm at the end of my first semester of homeschooling highschool I've been there. I'm thinking my son may get Bs and maybe one C this semester .
I have a class on grading here:
A free example here:
And a bunches and bunches of other information in my book:
I hope that helps!
So, how would you document on your course description that the grade was based on something less-than-objective (options 1, 2, or 3 above)?
I sure hope you don't change the location of all these great articles I've bookmarked. I'll need them over the next 16 yrs until I get my last one graduated!!! Thanks so much for all you do, Lee. I sure appreciate you!
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