Youtube video about the grading can be found here:
Youreading assignments are based on a scale of 1-5 as it says in the syllabus.
Remember that I have videos for other courses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAMHgOIKAg8
When I am grading your assignments, I am looking for clarity and presentation. Answers should provide great detail. For example, an exact date is better than a century (Such as The Civil War occurred from 1861-1865 rather than in the 19th century).
For five full points you want to answer each question with great care and great detail.
A score of 5 means that your answer is free of typos, grammar errors and sloppiness. It also means that your answer illustrates a sophisticated understanding of the material and presents the information with great detail. A score of 5 is considered an A.
A score of 4 means that your answer may have a few typos or grammar issues. It shows that you have shown great detail in most of the answers. A score of 4 is considered a B.
A score of 3 means that your answer may have a number of typos, grammar errors or some sloppiness. It also means that you haven’t provided the greatest amount of detail and have provided the minimum about of information to pass. A score of 3 is considered a C.
A score of 2 means that your answer has many typos or grammar errors or sloppiness. It also means that you have provided limited detail or offered very short answers. You may have missed a question or two. A score of 2 is considered a D.
A score of 1 is rare and means that your answer has a grave amount of errors or you have not answered some of the questions or you may have provided only a sentence or two for an answer.
Your final score is based on an average of your scores rather than a total. Please review the above for a comprehensive way to understand the scores. Each week is not based on a calculation out of a hundred but instead on the above concepts.
Score 5-4.75 is an A -95 percent
Score 4.6-4.74 is A- 90 Percent
Score 4.5- 4.26 is an B+ -88 percent
Score 4.25- 3.75 is a B -85 percent
Score 3.74 to 3.26 is a B -80 percent
Score 3.25- 2.76 is a C+- 78 percent
Score 2.75 to 2 is a C -75 percent
Score 1.9-1 is a D- 65 percent
Score .9-0 is an F- 59 percent