Homework Quiz Retake Form: Sem2
Please fill answer the questions below BEFORE you come to a retake. Retakes will be held on Tuesdays, either during FLEX time (when possible) or after school. You may retake each quiz ONCE, during any retake time offered, up until a week after the related unit test. Be sure to prepare; you will receive your retake score, even if it is lower.
This form is for RETAKING quizzes only: not for quizzes you missed and need to make up. For those, please email Ms. Grant to set up a time.
Name (First Last)
What period are you in?
What day will you be retaking this quiz? (MM/DD/YY)
Which homework quiz are you retaking?
Homework Quiz 12
Homework Quiz 13
Homework Quiz 14
Homework Quiz 15
Homework Quiz 16
Homework Quiz 17
Homework Quiz 18
Homework Quiz 19
Homework Quiz 20
Homework Quiz 21
Homework Quiz 22
Which learning goals were covered by this quiz? Pick all that apply
Sem1 10: Investigate how a living thing uses a feedback mechanism to maintain homeostasis.
Sem 1 11: Model the process of photosynthesis
Sem 1 12: Model the process of respiration
Sem 1 13: Use a model to show how photosynthesis and respiration are the source of the carbon cycle
1: Ask questions to help clarify how DNA and chromosomes code for the instructions for characteristics that are inherited.
2: Use Punnett squares and other probability tools to explain variation in a population
3: Use evidence to explain the three sources of genetic variation within a population
4: Use models of the process of mitosis, meiosis and differentiation to describe how these processes allow the organism to grow, develop and reproduce.
5: Use evidence to explain how DNA structure leads to protein structure, and protein structure drives all functions and traits in an organism
6: Use current scientific evidence to support biological evolution
7: Use statistics to support an explanation of the process of natural selection
8: Use evidence to explain how natural selection leads to changes in populations over time.
9: Critically evaluate evidence supporting claims that changes in the environment lead to changes in populations
10: Use evidence to explain how 4 factors (overproduction, inherited variability, competition for resources, and the ability of those best suited to survive and reproduce) result in biological evolution
11: Evaluate evidence for the role of group behavior on individual and species’ chances to survive and reproduce.
Did you earn the score you expected on this quiz?
How will you prepare yourself to get a better score on this retake? Please describe any study plans you have
What actions/behaviors/mistakes caused you to earn this score? Check all that apply, or add your own. BE HONEST!!
I didn't understand what some of the questions were asking
I thought I knew how to do the problem, but actually didn't know how to do some parts of it
I thought I knew how to do the problem, but actually didn't add enough detail
I didn't listen in class: so I didn't know the answer at all
I missed the day this was taught, and forgot learn it/get help/take the notes after I returned
I never understood this in class, and didn't get extra help (FLEX time, Ms. Grant's office hours, email)
I learned this from somewhere other then Ms. Grant (friend, internet): turns out I learned it wrong.
I was over confident, and either rushed to finish or didn't check my work
I really just wanted to get it done and rushed.
I never practiced this type of problem (didn't do the homework/in-class work)
I thought I understood the problem, so I didn't take notes... Then I forgot how to do it.
I took the notes, but didn't actively engage with the lesson. When I reviewed my notes, they made no sense.
I didn't review/study my homework and the learning goals before the quiz
How you will correct these actions/behaviors/mistakes for the NEXT QUIZ?
Come to Ms. Grant's office hours to get extra help understanding the material
Come to a FLEX time help session to get extra help understanding the material
Study with a friend who knows the material well, before the quiz
Ask Ms. Grant clarifying questions, either in class or after.
Come up with a strategy to help myself listen in class better
Ask friends to stop talking during notes/work time, or move away from them
Engage with the lesson: participate actively, raise my hand, and discuss the topic with classmates when asked
Draw pictures in my notes to help me remember what they are about
Review the Unit Plan for the related learning goal before the quiz
Take notes in class
Do the homework
Slow down when I am taking the quiz, and re-read questions and answers
Review my answers before turning in the quiz
Why do you want to retake this quiz?
To improve my grade
To prove I know the answer
To understand what went wrong
Pressure from parents
To pass this class
To keep up with my friends
To study for the test
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