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The Critical Lens Essay

The Critical Lens Essay

The Critical Lens Essay. Why do we have to?. Because… In 11 th Grade you will take the English Regents Exam (a really important test). 70% of your grade is based off of four essays The Critical Lens is, perhaps, the most difficult of the four essays.

By ziv
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Assessing and Reporting Student Achievement

Assessing and Reporting Student Achievement

Assessing and Reporting Student Achievement. Chapter 7. Why do we assess?. To assist in student learning Identify student strengths/weaknesses Diagnostic assessment To assess effectiveness of instruction To provide data for decision making. What’s the difference?.

By garrett
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Arrays

Arrays

Arrays. CSC 171 FALL 2001 LECTURE 10. 1937 - Alan Turing developed the idea of a "Universal Machine" capable of executing any describable algorithm, and forming the basis for the concept of "computability".

By isha
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Rules and Procedures

Rules and Procedures

Rules and Procedures. Mrs. McAdams. My info. Mrs. Nikki McAdams 972-617-3535 Ext. 6101 E-mail: crystal.mcadams@redoakisd.org Website: pages.redoakisd.org/ crystalcolquitt (will get this changed to crystalmcadams ASAP)

By hogan
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Lecture 9 Multi-Dimension Arrays

Lecture 9 Multi-Dimension Arrays

Lecture 9 Multi-Dimension Arrays. Richard Gesick. Topics. Declaring and Instantiating Multidimensional Arrays Aggregate Two-Dimensional Array Operations Other Multidimensional Arrays. Two-Dimensional Arrays. Allow organization of data in rows and columns in a table-like representation.

By ayala
(132 views)

This is your final presentation

This is your final presentation

This is your final presentation . Answer all questions from project description You may design the layout any way your wish, be creative, use sounds, color, animations etc. Include graphs with your explanations

By benson
(110 views)

Using Sources

Using Sources

Using Sources. Three Techniques Direct Quotation Using another person’s exact words Paraphrase Using another person’s ideas written in your own words Summary Greatly condensing another person’s main ideas written in your own words. Direct Quotation.

By qiana
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Classroom Handbook

Classroom Handbook

Classroom Handbook. Miss Lehky’s Class 2012-13. Arrival. Students may start arriving in the building at 8:45 am for walking club/breakfast, and are permitted in the classrooms at 9:00am. They are expected to be in our classroom ready to start by 9:15

By apu
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Modern Oratory

Modern Oratory

Modern Oratory. What is oratory?. oratory – n. the art of public speaking, especially in a formal and eloquent manner. . Where did oratory begin?. The art of pubic speaking was first developed by the Greeks and then adopted by the Romans.

By kaz
(256 views)

Chapter 9: Revolution Begins!

Chapter 9: Revolution Begins!

Chapter 9: Revolution Begins!. Your chance to make your own set of notes, but with my instructions!. Each of you will create your own set of notes!. Instead of taking notes from my power point, you will take notes that summarize the chapter.

By habib
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Introduction to Computing Concepts

Introduction to Computing Concepts

Introduction to Computing Concepts. Note Set 7 . Overview. Variables Data Types Basic Arithmetic Expressions Arithmetic. Memory in a computer. Computer uses a few levels of memory to hold data that it is using in processing. . RAM. 3366. 3368. 3370. 3372. 3374. 3376. Data.

By fagan
(108 views)

Grades so far…

Grades so far…

Grades so far…. Canterbury Tales packet—test grade Research paper—2 test grades Research paper daily grades. Vocabulary 7. auspicious. Part of Speech—ADJECTIVE. fortunate; indicative of a successful outcome. Sentence : People tend to believe the number 13 is an auspicious number.

By hollye
(124 views)

7.4 The Mean

7.4 The Mean

7.4 The Mean. The means were 2.62 and 2.56. What does this say in relation to the problem? What was the theoretical expectation? This is also call the EXPECTED VALUE The expected value is what should happen over the long run. Law of Large Numbers!!. 7.4 The Mean. Find the Expected Value.

By danno
(116 views)

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Central Tendency. Mean – Average My mean teacher gave me a bad average Mean is best when there are no outliers. Median – Middle m ed i an – mi ddle Median is best when there are outliers. Mode – Most mo de – mo st

By milo
(137 views)

Standards-Based Grading

Standards-Based Grading

Summative Tests/Projects This should be the bulk of your grade because it measures what you LEARNED and shows how prepared you are to move to the next level.

By bliss
(66 views)

Sakai Tests & Quizzes Tool

Sakai Tests & Quizzes Tool

Sakai Tests & Quizzes Tool. 6/2/11 IT-Client Support & Services. Terminology. Assessment Parts Pending vs. Published Assessments Question Pools. Tips. Deliver one question per page Give students a practice test Direct students to online help. The Whole Process. Create test

By lyre
(83 views)

Simplify. 2(r+ 1) -r

Simplify. 2(r+ 1) -r

Simplify. 2(r+ 1) -r. Solve. 7x + 2x = 45. Solve. t/4 + t/3 = 7/12. Antonio’s first four test grades were 85, 92, 91, and 80. What must he score on his next test to have an 88 average? . Solve. 14k + 16k + 88 = 163 . Solve. 6n + 21 = 4n + 57.

By gella
(224 views)

Modern Oratory

Modern Oratory

Modern Oratory. What is oratory?. oratory – n. the art of public speaking, especially in a formal and eloquent manner. . Where did oratory begin?. The art of pubic speaking was first developed by the Greeks and then adopted by the Romans.

By halia
(261 views)

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Central Tendency

Measures of Central Tendency. Range. The difference between the smallest and largest items of data. Put the data in order. Subtract the smallest number from the largest. To find the range of 7 test grades of 70, 70 , 85, 94, 88 and 40. Put the data in order: 40, 70 , 70, 85, 88, 94.

By valmai
(143 views)

Learning Activities: Absorb: Watch a demo of the steps to change a grade in SIS.

Learning Activities: Absorb: Watch a demo of the steps to change a grade in SIS.

Learning Activities: Absorb: Watch a demo of the steps to change a grade in SIS. Do: Practice changing a grade. Connect: You gave a student a grade of Incomplete or you miscalculated a student’s grade. Title: Changing Grades in SIS Short Title: Changing Grades.

By read
(138 views)

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