Helpful Grading Note Forms

Last year in the Apologia Biology Science class,  I had a tough time keeping everything in order and remembering what I told a student about his/her papers.   So, this year I came up with two helpful forms.

You may use them if you want or make up your own. 🙂

The first one is a note sheet for attaching to a lab report.  I write down anything that is wrong with the lab; if it is late, I can’t read it,  missing a few things, etc.   The actual grade is written on the lab write-up.   This is attached to the lab and returned to the student.

Just click on the picture and it will take you to the pdf file to download.  There are two per sheet.

Lab Write-up Grading Notes

This next one will be a big help to me.  I told Sir Husband what I wanted and he went to work in Excel.  Each Module has its own section for homework, over-all grade, exp. #, date due, date received, grade for each lab, and notes.   There are four modules per page, with a section for notes at the bottom.  I print them on two-sides, which gives me two sheets per student.  These grading notes will work for any of the Apologia sciences with 16 modules.  🙂

Here is an example, with just one module showing:

Applie's Grading Notes

This does not calculate grades. It is just notes for me to keep on each student.  For actual grading I use   12-16 Grade Keeper.

Maybe these will be useful to you.  Enjoy!

6 responses to “Helpful Grading Note Forms

  1. I like these Michelle! =)

    • Thanks Donna! And thank you for helping with the sizing. The Bro wants to send you one of his spread sheets from work, so he can show you what he really does. LOL

      • LOL, I don’t know if I can handle seeing one of the Bro’s spreadsheets from work – my brain might suffer a major melt-down. =D

        [I linked to this page at the 12-16 lab wu page]

  2. I think the reason he wants to show you what he does, is to prove that he could have fixed the margin problem if I just waited. LOL

    Thanks for the link. 🙂

  3. This is an awesome grade keeper! I am going to use it this year for our Co-op General Science class. Thank you for sharing it!

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