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Trimester Participation Scoring
Name:______________________ 1.Active Participation: 2.Attendance: 3.Behavior: 4.Group Work: 5.Organization: 6.Preparation: 7.Responsibility: 8.Start & End of Class: 9.Time Management: 10. Use of Spanish:
Active Participation: Do you offer answers voluntarily? Do you share ideas with the class? Do you repeat after the teacher to practice pronunciation? Are you actively listening during instruction?
Attendance: Do you take your time getting here? Are you always looking for a reason to leave? Do you make excessive/long bathroom trips?
Behavior: Are you a disruption to the class? Do you use your phone during class? Do you talk while the teacher or your classmates are talking?
Group Work: Do you contribute a fair amount during group work? Do you complete your share of the assignments during partner work? Do you cause the group to go off task?
Organization: Are all of your notes in your binder/notebook? Are your notes, vocabulary lists and tests easy to find? Do you keep your work in a folder?
Preparation: Do you come to class everyday with all of the materials that you need? Do you come to class everyday with your homework assignments? Do you study for tests/quizzes?
Responsibility: Do you complete the assignments that you are given in class? Even if they are not collected? Do you stay on task during instruction? Do you hand in good quality work?
Start & End of Class: Do you come in & begin working immediately? Do you start the DO NOW assignment when you come in? Or do you have to be asked? Do you stay in your seat until the bell rings?
Time Management: Do you use your time wisely in class? Do you hand in your assignments on time?
Use of Spanish: Do you use the language in class? Even when I don’t ask you to? Do you try to use the language when possible? ¡Hola! ¿Puedo ir al baño por favor?
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