Grading Scale Chart Tool for Teachers

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Charlene Tess
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Not Grade Specific
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9 pages
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Charlene Tess


A grading scale chart to help teachers put a numerical grade on students' papers without doing any math. If there were 83 items on a test and the student got 22 of the items wrong, what would his/her grade be? Sure you could figure it out, but why should you have to? Just use this grading scale chart, and you will quickly find that the correct score would be 73.

I realize there are grading scale charts online, and I have used them. The reason I created this one, is so that I did not have to rely on anything electronic. As an English teacher, I took stacks of papers home each night. I wanted to sit in a soft chair and grade papers and not have to balance a laptop or iPad on my lap. It was also convenient to take out by the pool. I printed these charts, laminated them, and reused them time after time.

I hope this score sheet helps save you time and energy. This score sheet works really well to grade exercises and tests in my eBook, Simple Steps to Sentence Sense.


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9 pages
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Lifelong tool
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