Each of the 12 worksheets in my 12-16 Lab WU Grader has 16 grade blocks into which scores and points are entered. Each of the 16 grade blocks can be adjusted to suit the work. What sort of work?
Each worksheet (1-12) is laid out for quarterly averages. Each quarter contains 4 grade blocks but you do not have to use all four of the grade blocks for each quarter.
In this section I will describe each part of the grade blocks.
Each grade block has a title and unless the default title "Module" is correct, the Grade Block titles should be changed.
The words shown here, Quiz, Test, Write-up and Assignments are reference names for the grade rows. The purpose of the names is to remind you of the kind of scores that should be entered into the cells in the different grade rows. The reference names may be changed or left blank. If you do not want to enter names, then read the next part.
If you prefer to let the percentages be the "name" for the grade rows then you may leave the name cells blank.
Pictured Above: If you label the rows as shown in the illustration above, 10%, 50%, and 40%, then each score entered in a particular grade row will count that percentage toward the grade average for that grade block.
Two Grading Scenarios for which this Grader is not Designed: Below are a couple of grading scenarios that this grader is not designed for, but might work.
Adding grades to the grades rows is simple. Type the grade (any number over 0) and it will convert to a percentage.
The are labeled Assignments consisting of two rows of cells is sort of like an extra credit area. I have included an excessive amount of squares in the two rows; however they are here if you need them. To use them, type a number, it can be a one, or a negative one. It can be a fraction or a negative fraction. The numbers entered in those little squares are added to the grade. Remember though, using this feature makes it possible for a student to make over 100%. Use wisely.
Edited: DY August, 01, 2015