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    World Cultures Grading Policy:

    All grades that are given will be based on a percentage system. Homework assignments, quizzes, tests, projects, class work, and class participation are all part of your grade and are weighted as follows:

     

    Type of Assessment

    Percentage  %

    Tests

    50%

    Quizzes

    30%

    Classwork

    10%

    Homework

    10%

     

    Tests/Quizzes: 50%

     

    • Tests and/or quizzes should be expected on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, depending on the chapter or unit for the specific course of study. Tests will count twice in the grade book as seen in the Parent Portal.

     

    Projects:

     

    • Projects may be assigned in lieu of a test, in addition to regular classroom assignments, and/or as a culminating activity at the end of a chapter or unit. See late work policy for reduction in points due to lateness.

     

    Class work: 10%

     

    • Class work includes assignments completed during class time that are collected and graded (this may include notes).

     

    Homework: 10%

     

    • Homework is assigned in class. It is the students' responsibility to record all assignments while in the classroom. Late work: Students who do not complete their homework will usually have an opportunity to hand it in the next day for half credit. It is due at the start of class. You may not leave class to retrieve it from your locker, gym locker, friend’s notebook, etc. You can hand it in later that day, but it will still be counted as late.

     

    Please note that plagiarism on any assignment will result in a zero.*

     

     

    Sociology Grading Policy

     

    All grades that are given will be based on a percentage system. Homework assignments, quizzes, tests, projects, class work, and class participation are all part of your grade and are weighted as follows:

     

    Type of Assessment

    Percentage  %

    Tests

    50%

    Quizzes

    30%

    Classwork

    10%

    Homework

    10%

     
Last Modified on September 4, 2018