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    Page 1:  Homework Check Overview  ( similar to text below );   Page 2: Idea Statements descriptions

    Homework Checks.Idea Statements 

     

    And Then. . .

    Cornell Note Taking  This is a multi-page document illustrating, in easy steps, the so-called "Cornell" Notes format.
     

     

    Homework Completion Content, Expectations, and Procedures

     

    • may be up to 10% of total grade ( entered into LMS gradebook via a class roster log )

     

    • Usually assigned and checked one or two times with each Historical Period unit

     

    • May be checked randomly ( i.e., with NO-notice )

     

    • Scored in-class, usually during an exercise being performed by the whole-class, such as: 
      • practice with a set of stimulus-based multiple choice questions
      • Pair-share doc. analysis ( a la “STEAM” or HIPPTOSS )
      • analysis of DBQ document w/out seeing the DBQ prompt

     

      

    Expectations and Content:

     

    • usually a minimum of ONE full page of notes ( 1” margins, normal-size font or handwriting )

     

    • notes are based on textbook reading

     

    • notes are NOT copied from ppt. notes on www.

     

    • key terms in reading are present without prompting or advance notice given by teacher

     

    • Higher-Order "Thinking" questions ( "Why...", "How...", "What if.." "So what that..." ) are present

     

    • Reflections on themes, connections to prior course content are present

     

    • Lower-Order, "Recall" questions ( "Who..." "When..."   "Where..." ) are NOT present

     

     

    Scoring  

     

    [ NOTE: If NOT done at all ?   NO test corrections opportunity for you for that Historical Period unit quiz ! ]

     

    • notes are in complete form ( vs. fragmentary )

     

    • notes can either be in whole-sentences, or in graphic organizer style ( cf. Ch. 1-5 Pageant notes )

     

    • 5 points = completely done
    • 3 points = half-done
    • 1 point  = hardly done

     

    • In event of a “3” or “1” – you can re-gain ONE point if complete notes are submitted AFTER the Historical Period unit quiz