Early World History McCurdy January 2010



  1. Does Mr. McCurdy encourage engagement of all students?
     
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  1. The reading level of the text is
    too easy
    about right
    too hard


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  1. Are there a variety of assignments which contribute to the final grade?
     
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  1. Do the assessments (tests & quizzes) reflect what is being taught in the classroom?
     
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  1. Do the assessments (tests & quizzes) reflect the reading assignments?
     
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  1. The amount of homework is:
    more than other classes.
    the same as other classes.
    less than other classes.


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  1. Do students feel comfortable asking questions?
     
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  1. What activities did you find contributed most to your learning?


  1. Did the Semester I Exam reflect what was covered during the semester.
     
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  1. Are the requirements and expectations for the Family History Project clear?
     
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  1. Is Mr. McCurdy available to all students for extra help ?
     
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The Walker School
Marietta, GA