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Effort Grade Rubric

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Effort Grade

Description of Behaviour

1


Outstanding

The student has always demonstrated the following behaviours:
- A timely submission of all homework and projects,
- An ongoing effort to always produce quality work (projects, homework, assessments,   course notes)
- An active and continuous participation in one’s learning,
- A continual collaboration with one’s teacher (s) and peers.

2


Very Good

The student has had some minor shortcomings in relation to one or two of the following behaviours indicated with an asterisk * and exemplary behaviour (level 1) for the last one:
* An ongoing effort to always produce quality work (projects, homework, assessments, notes)
* An active and continuous participation in learning,
* A timely submission of all work and duties,
- A continuous collaboration with one’s teacher (s) and peers.
examples of minor lapses:
- An assignment or a small percentage of homework (10%) are partially completed (understanding) or fully completed, but with a lack of attention.
- The student must be called to order occasionally (-15%) during the term, either to be more attentive or to improve their participation in the class, and thereby improve their involvement in their learning.
- Hand in work late (next day) for less than 10% of total.
-The student occasionally forgets their classroom materials (-10% of total).

3


Sufficient

The student has had some minor lapses relating to more than two of the following behaviours:
- An ongoing effort to always produce quality work (projects, homework, evaluations, notes)
- An active and constant participation in learning,
- A timely submission of all work and assignments,
- A continuous collaboration with teacher (s).
examples of minor lapses:-Occasional lack of cooperation with his team (-20%)
-Slow, or reluctant to follow the instructions of his teacher (20%)
- An assignment or a small percentage of homework (20%) are partially completed (understanding) or fully completed, but with a lack of attention
-The student must be called to order occasionally (-20%) during the term, either to be more attentive or to improve their participation in the class; and thereby improve their involvement in their learning.
-Hand in work late (next day), for less than 20% of assignments / homework
-The student occasionally forgets their classroom materials (-20% of total).

4


Insufficient

The student has demonstrated some significant shortcomings related to one or two of the following behaviours:

* An ongoing effort to always produce quality work (projects, homework, assessments, notes)
* An active and continuous participation in learning,
* A timely submission of all work and duties,
- A continuous collaboration with one’s teacher (s) and peers.

examples of  significant shortcomings:-Lack of cooperation with his team (25%)
- Repeated reluctance to follow the instructions of his teacher (25%)
- An assignment or a certain percentage of homework (25%) were partially completed (understanding) or fully completed, but with a lack of attention.
-More than 20% of assigned homework is incomplete.

-The student must be called to order several times (+ 30%) during the term, either to be more attentive or to improve their participation in the class; and thereby improve their involvement in their learning.
-Hand in work late (several days) for less than 10% of assignments / homework or regularly unable to meet deadlines (+ 30%).

5


Unacceptable

The student has demonstrated some significant shortcomings relatedto the following behaviours more than twice:

- An ongoing effort to always produce quality work (projects, homework, assessments, notes)
- An active and continuous participation in learning,
- A timely submission of all work and duties,
- A continuous collaboration with one’s teacher (s) and peers.

examples of significant shortcomings:-Lack of cooperation with his team (+25%)
- Repeated reluctance to follow the instructions of his teacher (+25%)
- An assignment or a certain percentage of homework (+25%) were partially completed (understanding) or fully completed, but with a lack of attention.
-More than 20% of assigned homework is incomplete.

-The student must constantly (+50%) be called to order during the term, either to be more attentive or to improve their participation in the class, and thereby improve their involvement in their learning.
-Hand in work late (several days) for less than 10% of assignments / homework  or regularly unable to meet deadlines (+ 30%).

 

 

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