Question_Guideline_109

Question_Guideline_109 - In-Class Quiz Grading...

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Unformatted text preview: In-Class Quiz Grading GuidelinesASTR/PHYS 109The typical In-Class quizzes will be for you to write down questions. Typically we will tell you what kinds of questions we are looking for during lecture, or we will tell you what types of questions we are looking for at the end of the previous lecture (for you to do as homework). There are only 3 grades you can receive (other than a zero for not turning it in): A, P(for passing), or F(for failing). In this document we discuss the criteria for each and give specific examples of an A level, P level, and F level work. In order to understand how these are determined it is useful know WHY we give these quizzes. They are: 1) To allow the instructor and the T.A. to get a better understanding of what is the subject material that youthe student are really interested in knowing and understanding. By writing down questions that reflect the things that really interest youwe will be able to help focus the lecture around the material that you want to hear about. help focus the lecture around the material that you want to hear about....
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course PHYS 109 taught by Professor Davidtoback during the Fall '11 term at Texas A&M.

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