Grading Speaking and Writing Assignments

Contrary to regular exercises, all speaking and writing assignments are teacher-graded. This means you will need to enter a manual grade for the assignment.

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Note:

    - If students complete such exercises in a practise mode:  in the Course tab, the answers will not be recorded nor be sent to the teacher.

    - Teacher-graded activities assigned by you will appear on your Assignments tab under the To Do List, Calendar and Recent Activity sections.

To grade speaking and writing activities:

  1. Click on the Assignments tab and choose one of these sections: To Do List, Calendar or Recent Activity.
  2. Locate the assignment and click on See report link. You can use the filter (A) to see only the exercises which still need grading.
  3. Click on the Mark link next to a student you wish to grade the assignment for.
    Note: On the Grading assignments screen, you can listen to student submissions for the Speaking Assignments or view the answers for Writing Assignments, add notes, assign a maximum score and provide overall feedback.
  4. Click on the Preview button to display the exercise content.
  5. Select a note category, then highlight the intended area you will like to make a note about.
  6. Provide the written note and then click on the Save or Remove button to delete the note.
  7. Enter a manual score for the student. The platform will convert it to a percentage and mark the assignment according to the grades settings of your course.
  8. Provide your overall Comment on the student’s work.
  9. Click on the Submit report button to record it in the gradebook and to make it available to your student.

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