Behavior grades. What are the criteria for issuing them?
A behavior grade is a periodic summary of a child's behavior at school. It is not as clear and obvious as the grade for a given subject. Students often feel disadvantaged by their teachers because they tried to behave well all year, and yet receive a lower grade than their classmates. What it depends on? What behavior grades can the student get?
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1. How is the behavior grade given?
The behavior grade is given by the class teacher. When issuing it, the teacher takes into account the student's behavior, his own observations, his activity and commitment, as well as his compliance with school regulations.
This assessment can sometimes be controversial as the same behavior may be seen differently by both parties. A student may be convinced that he or she has performed well during the school year, complied with school regulations, was helpful and obliging, and yet may not receive the highest grade.
It turns out that in order to have an exemplary grade, it is not enough to be a good, helpful student and not cause problems. An exemplary student should stand out from others, do something that others do not do, and represent the school with dignity and success at various competitions and Olympiads. He should not have a single unexcused absence and, generally speaking, be a model for others.
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2. Behavior evaluation criteria
What are the different criteria for behavior grades? The assessment is influenced by many factors, in addition to the above-mentioned, punctuality and attendance are also very important. In addition to them, the tutor pays attention to:
- showing respect and help;
- care and concern for their own and colleagues' health;
- acting in accordance with the welfare of the entire class and school;
- care for the tradition and honor of the school;
- aesthetics of speech in the native language.
3. What are the behavioral grades in Poland?
In Polish schools, teachers evaluate the student's behavior according to a six-point scale. Ratings from best to worst:
- very good;
Below we will describe a brief description of each of them.
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3.1. Exemplary behavior grade
An exemplary behavior grade is given to a student who, as we mentioned earlier, apart from fulfilling school duties and meeting all the criteria of a very good evaluation, actively participates in the life of the school, represents it with dignity, is punctual and responsible.
He takes part in the preparation of school and extracurricular celebrations. His behavior can be used as a role model for others.
3.2. Very good behavior mark
This grade is issued to students who meet all the criteria of this assessment, that is, fulfill their school duties, are helpful, responsible, punctual, and respect other students and teachers.
They do not cause educational problems. A very good grade can be awarded to students who have up to 3 unexcused school hours and are late.
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3.3. Good mark for behavior
Good grade is awarded to students who meet the criteria for higher grades, but do so slightly less, are less punctual, less responsible and less fulfilling their school duties.
They do not represent their school in competitions or contests. A student with a good grade may have up to 5 hours unexcused and late.
3.4. Correct behavior grade
In order to obtain a correct mark for behavior, the student should fulfill his / her school duties, try to present the correct attitude, not succumb to addictions (e.g. smoking) and take care of the school's property.
Within six months, it may have up to 20 unexcused hours and delays. He should use the correct Polish and not use profanity.
3.5. Inadequate behavioral grade
An inadequate grade is awarded to a student who fails to fulfill his / her school duties, has more than 20 unexcused hours, and many delays. He uses vulgar words, his behavior towards the class and teachers is inappropriate.
A pupil with inadequate behavior does not follow the rules of social life, exposes others and himself to the risk of losing health or even life, and his outward appearance raises objections.
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3.6. Bad judgment of behavior
The last and the worst possible assessment is a reproach. It is received by a student who aspires to an inadequate assessment, but his behavior is even worse. Such a student is at risk of social maladjustment, there are many problems with him, not only educational.
A student with a reprimanded assessment usually has emotional problems. He does not fulfill his school duties and his behavior causes complaints from teachers and children. He succumbs to addictions, destroys school property, does not care for the culture of expression, for himself or for others. He sometimes comes into conflict with the law.