tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345156179865925958.post8067570549706658606..comments2013-09-10T20:56:08.510-04:00Comments on Setting Sail in 7th Grade: Homework...Juliehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12011924295532268119noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1345156179865925958.post-12187564466321446702012-09-06T22:39:50.426-04:002012-09-06T22:39:50.426-04:00I teach middle school math. Everyday in class, stu...I teach middle school math. Everyday in class, students take out their homework while working on their warm-up activity. I go around and just quickly check that it is done. Students receive either a 2, 1, or 0 as their homework grade that day. (A 2 is given for complete work done in pencil with all work is shown. A 1 is if it’s in pen or no work is shown. A 0 is if they don’t have it at all.) I then show the problems and the solutions on my Smartboard. Students check their own work and raise their hands if there are any questions. I do any problem that their is a question about. Normally, it’s only 3 or 4. The process doesn’t usually take more than 7 minutes. Hope this helps!Katiehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05943384324247559885noreply@blogger.com