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(working on a day off) Monday

Posted by willkay on November 15, 2010

Yes, today is a day off school. Or, to be more accurate, it is a day that I don’t have to go into school, it is not necessarily a day off. I have a pile of stories to mark and a set of score cards to total. On Friday, as the students read out their stories, they listeners were asked to grade each reader on: reading of the story; understandability of the story; enjoyability of the story. They could give a maximum of 10 points for each category, a total of 30 points for each story. I have taken in all the scoresheets and added up the points. With 20 different score sheets, that means that the top possible score was 600. The top ten scores were as follows:

589 points : Octavio

589 points: Diego

585 points: Daniel

584 points: Francisco

565 points: Alejandro

564 points: Marianna

562 points: Ninotchka

562 points: Mariana

551 points: Jose Luis

551 points: Alexa

Congratulations to those ten students. Now it is back to work for me.


5 Responses to “(working on a day off) Monday”

  1. Polette^ said

    are we going to do this from now on?
    ok, this is better!
    I liked this new idea:A

  2. Octavio said

    if you check my worksheet you should see that i put 54 points on diegos story I enjoyed it alot

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