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Grading Information

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Grading Information


This project is worth 25 points per unit.  Your grade will be based on the following:


  • All entries will be AP Biology worthy.
    •  AP Biology Worthy
      • Atoms have three subatomic particles: protons, electrons, neutrons.  Protons and neutrons are found in the nucleus and have a mass of 1 amu; while electrons circle the nucleus and have a neglible mass. 
    • Non AP Biology worthy
      • Atoms have three parts: protons, electrons, neutrons.


  • The student with the highest number of entries will set the grading scale.  For example:
    • John Smith has 100 excellent additions or changes to the wiki.  He has the most for the class.
    • Joe Slacker only has 4 additions or changes to the wiki. 
    • John Smith will receive 100% on this project, while Joe Slacker receives 4%.  Joe had 4% of the highest entry amount.


  • All source information must be cited.  This includes lectures, the textbook, and any images that you use from the internet.  Please use proper MLA citations.


  • Use proper grammar.  Spelling and sentence structure are all important.  Do not use text-language.


  • When adding an entry to a page, place your name in parenthesis after the entry. (Young)


Information may include, but is not limited to:


  • diagrams or pictures
  • notes from class and/or textbook
  • analysis information from labs/activities
  • practice test questions and answers
  • anything else that you think you might need to study


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