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Hello all,

The end is in sight! Foxfire is almost over! The only thing left is Foxfire finals. Finals start on June 10th and end on June 21st, so you will have two weeks to finish your exams. The instructions are mostly the same as last time, except that in these exams, you will have to write about what you learned in that particular class.

Below you will find the same instructions from last time, but with different links. Good luck on Foxfire finals!


Instructions for students

For the Agriculture, Alchemy, Elementalism, Elvin History, Metaphysics, Multispeciesial Studies, Physical Education, and The Universe classes, your student will need to write a paragraph on what they learned this term. As for Ability Detecting, your student is to write a paragraph about their least favorite ability.

Here are the syllabi for these courses:

The paragraph must have a minimum of five sentences. The paragraph must be posted on the corresponding finals page. Post the paragraph under your student's name.

Try to write the paragraph like how your student would probably write it in a Foxfire examination.

Below, you will find links to all the finals pages for Foxfire's first term:

Please note that although these paragraphs will be graded, you will not be expelled from Foxfire if you get a failing grade. This is meant to be a fun experience.

This is the rubric your paragraphs will be graded based on.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Instructions for mentors

You will not have to make any finals, as the students will simply write about what they learned in Foxfire that year.

Here are the syllabi for these courses, for reference:

However, you will have to grade these paragraphs. They can be found on the finals pages.

Below, you will find links to all the finals pages for Foxfire's first term:

This is the rubric you will use to grade these paragraphs.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 0/100

Place the final grades for each essay at the bottom of the student's section.

For example:

Alara Austin

  • Subject: Alchemy
  • Level: Gremlin (1)
  • Mentor: Lady Galvin


Alchemy is a great subject.

Grading Understanding Grammar and Mechanics Overall Quality Organization
25 points Student shows an excellent understanding of the described topic. No grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is very professional and concise. All thoughts are organized well.
20 points Student shows a good understanding of the described topic. 1-2 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise, although there may be a few instances of lack of clarity, etc. Most thoughts are organized well.
15 points Student shows an understanding of the described topic, although they left out a few details. 3-4 spelling or grammar mistakes. Student's writing is professional and concise in certain areas but is not clear in others. Few thoughts are organized well.
10 points Student has a general grasp of the topic but left out many details in the paragraph. Over 4 grammar or spelling mistakes. Student's writing is only very occasionally professional or concise. No thoughts are organized well.
Points Earned 25 25 25 25
TOTAL 100/100

For SAFS, student(s) and mentor will have the whole two weeks for testing. These finals will be conducted via roleplay. The mentor should ask the student to perform various actions expected of that level of student in that particular ability. All actions should be role-played.

These are the pages where SAFS finals should occur:


Sincerely,

The Administration Team

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