Posts Tagged ‘pencil writing’

Controlling marks and attendance data through two charts

25 December 2012

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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Surname /tra10 TEST60 workbook02  notebook1111  oral sk.1111 atte06

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There is always a way to do things right. A teacher can control attendance of his students by designing a chart in a landscape-view page containing empty boxes for ticking missing days in a whole term. Writing in ballpen can be a bit dirty so it is much better to use pencil instead.

A teacher controls marks by designing another chart containing empty boxes for numbers rating from 0 to 1 or 0 to 60, for example. In this chart there are boxes for writing marks on attendance, workbook activity, oral skills, translations, notebook, etcetera.

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