Would You Want to be a Student in this Class?
Assess the following evaluation situations and indicate if you would like to be a student in this class. Explain your YES or NO answer in the OPTIONAL follow up questions.
1. Would you want to be a student in this class? *
Your grades will be weighted as follows: Examinations = 65% Homework = 25% Participation = 10% (non-educational cell phone use will negatively impact your grade) Cheating on any test, quiz, project or exam will result in a zero.
Briefly explain your response to question one.
Your answer
2. Would you want to be a student in this class? *
Class Rules: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be ON TIME! Bring all necessary materials for class daily. NO FOOD!
Briefly explain your response to question two.
Your answer
3. Would you want to be a student in this class? *
Quarter and semester grades will be determined using the following scale: 90-100=A, 80-89=B, 70-79=C, 60-69=D, Below 60=F.
Briefly explain your response to question three.
Your answer
4. Would you want to be a student in this class? *
Honors English - "Your work is due when it is asked for in class. NO credit is given for daily work that is late. A 50% penalty (based upon total points) will be assessed if a major assignment is late one day. Major assignments more than one day late will receive no credit.
Briefly explain your response to question four.
Your answer
5. Would you want to be a student in this class? *
Participation & Responsibility BONUS - "I believe in recognizing and rewarding your good efforts. You are starting the semester with 50 extra credit points. Keeping all or some of these 50 extra credit points for the semester is based on respectable behavior, participation, assignment completion, bringing your required materials to class, good attendance, avoiding excessive requests for passes to the washroom or your locker, and being in class on time. If I find it necessary to move you to a different desk because of talking, inattention, etc. you will lose 20 of these points. Other infractions will generally result in the loss of 5 points each."
Briefly explain your response to question five.
Your answer
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