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TEACHER TIPS
APZ
Acknowledgement of Possible Zero

Submitted by: Barbara Shaw
From: Nevada, TX
Date Submitted: February 7, 2002

When students do not have their homework done, they fill out an APZ form to turn in, in place of their homework. The form allows them one more day to get their homework done. The form goes into the student's classroom file (which helps during parent/teacher conferences) and when they turn in the late work, they can make no high than a seventy percent on that work. If the assignment is not turned in, they receive a zero.

The form is copied in dayglow yellow paper so that it is easy to identify in a stack of papers.

The form has: student's name, date due, date turned in, teacher's name (if working in teams), assignment name and page number, reason it was not turned in on time, and grade received.

     
 

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