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assignments. Students are also expected to show active listening skills, allowing all class members to be heardwith equity.It is the student’s responsibilityto obtain any information presented in the class in the event of an absence.Handouts may not be available from the instructor after the date of presentation.Due to the structure of theclass, it is highly recommended that students attend all class sessions and keep up with the readingassignments. Make a copy of assignments submitted to avoid the potential loss of assignments.Methods of Evaluation and GradingEvaluation of student’s work is based on college level standards of proficiency, which are set out in gradingrubrics for most every assignment.Many assignments will also provide the opportunity for the student tocomplete a self assessment..*Rubrics: a standard or guideline from which the student and Instructor can work from the same reference point for fairand effective evaluation of subjective work, such as essays, presentations and research papers. The student is able tounderstand what is expected and the instructor can grade student’s work constructively (Santrock, 2003) AssignmentInformation and mark distribution is set out in Assignment Guidelines Handouts.
6Course gradeswill be based on the number of points you have earned out of450 possible pointsin thecourse. Points will be available as follows:AssignmentPossiblePointsPointsEarnedTextbook Chapter Assignments50Individual Activity Plans*There are 3 activity plans total(50 each)Total: 150Working with Children/Children’s Day50Teacher Created Rhythm Instruments and 1-page report50Songbook or Song Cards50Group Presentation and Activity Plan50Portfolio50TOTAL POINTS450At the end of the semester, I will add your scores on the projects and assign grades as follows:A90-100% of the possible points(405 - 450)B80-89% of the possible points(360 - 404)C70-79% of the possible points(315 - 359)D60-69% of the possible points(270 - 314)F59% or fewer of the possible points(269 or less)Extra CreditThere will be no make-up assignments and a minimal amount of extra credit offered in this course.Also this course doesNOTuse +/-grading. If you would like me to forward your “unofficial” grade, please leavea post card (purchased from the bookstore) or a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) with a card inside.College-Level Writing RequirementsEvaluation of student’s work is based on college level standards of proficiency, which are set out in gradingrubrics for most every assignment. Papers must be college-level and edited for spelling and grammar.If you are having trouble, you can meet with a tutor at the Learning Resources Center in the library, or go tothe El Camino Writing Center. Good writing skills are essential to your success in college.

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