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'science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge'- Sagan Mrs. Mac's Classes: Home Classes. We love science in 4th grade - from the building and programming of Lego robots to the exploration of nature, the basic elements of organisms, and the moons and stars in outer space! Get all of Hollywood.com's best Movies lists, news, and more. Class culminates with a UIUC student film festival, organized, judged, and sponsored by the class. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. MACS 466 Japanese Cinema credit: 3 or 4 Hours. Examines the influence of Japan's traditional aesthetics on its cinema and surveys its major film movements, genres, and directors.

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Exams are a great way to reinforce and evaluate students' understanding of the course content and main ideas. There are several different ways to approach exams including an in-class essay, short essays, multiple choice, short answer, fill in the blank, matching, quote/passage identification, character identification, etc. with plenty of flexibility for what an instructor deems important. Most instructors that choose to assign exams give both a midterm and final, though some just choose a comprehensive final. Of those who do give both, the midterm and final exam often look similar in style and content so students can expect consistency in the testing methods. Many instructors choose to test the first half of the course's information in the middle of the semester through a midterm and the rest of the semester at the final. In other words, the course's information is not cumulative and lets students focus on the most current concepts so they do not need to remember trivial details such as minor characters from the first text at the end of the semester.


Midterm Exams: Midterm exams often come at the midpoint in the semester. As stated previously in the overview, instructors sometimes divide the class into two sections so that the course's information is not cumulative. This strategy emphasizes making the overall picture or most recent concepts most important instead of testing on characters or plot lines from the first text of the semester.

Midterm Exam Examples:

Final Exams: Final exams are similar to midterms except given at the end of the semester. Keep in mind that according to university policy,

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'Final examination week is part of the regular semester. Student attendance shall be consistent with University policy. The final in-class examination period is intended for the end-of-semester examination. No in-class examination constituting more than 10% of the final course grade may be given in undergraduate courses during the week preceding the final examination period of the semester; laboratory, performance and other alternative classes (e.g., courses in the individualized mathematics program) excluded.'

This does not indicate that instructors must give a final, only that they must use the time. If you do decide to give a final, here are a few sample finals to give you ideas for your own. Many of them follow the same format and structure of the midterm exams.

Final Exam Examples:


All work completed in class will be posted on Hapara Workspace throughout the day. All students should be reading for 20 minutes a night and also playing educational games on the class website for 20 minutes a night, even if it says, 'No Homework!'​

October 8th: Terry Fox Run Tomorrow!! Bring in a $2 donation if possible & WEAR GREEN for the Terry Fox Run!
October 7th: No Homework!
October 6th: Math- Patterning Quiz on Tuesday, Oct. 13th.
Language- ROPES Writing Quiz on Thursday, Oct. 8th

October 2nd: Math- Finish Number Patterns Worksheet.
​Language- Finish ROPES paragraph (Favourite Holiday).
October 1st: No Homework!
September 30th: Orange Shirt Day
September 29th: Wear your orange shirt tomorrow for Orange Shirt Day. Explain to a parent why we commemorate this day.
September 28th: Math- Finish Graphing Patterns (Your Turn Task) #1,2
Food Drive: Breakfast Tuesday Tomorrow!

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September 24th: Math- Finish 'River Riding' coordinate graphing worksheet
Language- Finish your 'Favourite Season' writing activity.
Science: Finish 'Today's Nature Walk' worksheet.

September 23rd: Math- Finish Shape Pattern #3,4.
Religion: Finish your Samaritans on the Digital Road Assignment and submit it using Hapara Workspace.
September 22nd: Math- Finish your second shape pattern in your notebook.
Orange Shirt Day next Wednesday, Sept. 30th. Find another reason on why we commemorate Orange Shirt Day each year.
September 21st: Math- Finish Do You Remember? Review

September 18th: One random act of kindness for a member of your family.
September 17th: Find a charity or cause that you would like to help out with. Find three important facts about it.
September 16th: Please bring in headphones/earbuds for Monday, Sept. 21st.
September 15th: Please bring in signed tech. agreement.
​Please bring in signed student information verification form.

September 14th: Please bring in signed tech. agreement.
​Please bring in signed student information verification form.