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Charting Class Participation


Found In: discipline, foreign languages, group discussion, routines & procedures, student participation

I teach foreign language, a subject area that demands students

After marking attendance on the chart, I pass the sheet to a reliable student to mark down points as fellow students answer questions. The system frees me to engage in oral activities and acts as an incentive to students to participate. After each class, I look quickly at the sheet to make sure it

From day one the students know that participation is not extra credit and that they can lose points for disrupting the oral flow of the class. At 4 points a week

I have had success with this system in level-one high school classes and middle school classes. As an extra benefit, I

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