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LOG SHEETS

Log sheets are an important component of your program. To correctly fill out log sheets, you must develop the following work habits:
  • Organization
  • Promptness
  • Neatness
  • Accuracy
  • Attention to detail
  • Effective communication

Log sheets are worth part of your midterm and final marks. You should follow these Guidelines.

  • During the last 5 minutes of class, write all the things you did.
  • Record your tasks and activities on a rough sheet before copying this information to your log sheets.
  • Write neatly — no words scribbled out; use a pen.
  • Give a detailed account of everything you did.
  • Point form is fine.
  • Ensure to log absences, holidays, PA days, or school sanctioned activities and have them signed on returning to school.
  • Use good grammar and correct spelling. Written communication is important to an employer.
  • Indicate the time spent on each task.
  • Add up all the time accurately.
  • Get Mr. Ferguson to sign your log sheet at the end of each day. You also need to sign and date it.
  • All log sheets are due at the end of each week [or term, depending on the course, in a neatly bound package (duotang or similar)].
  • Keep log sheets clean — no messy smudges or torn corners.
  • Write a log sheet that Mr. Ferguson will be pleased to sign. Make a good impression.

Overall Log Sheet Rubric

N/A

Not applicable

I

Inc.

R

Remedial

Level 1

Missed the Mark!

Level 2

Getting There!!

Level 3

On Target!!!

Level 4

Bulls Eye!!!!

N/A

Inc.

Only legible by student

Written work lacks legibility and neatness

Written work is legible, but lacks neatness

Written work is legible and generally neat

Written work is legible and very neat

N/A

Inc.

Far too little information and detail

Form is less than half complete and requires more detail

Form is only partially complete and requires more detail

Form is mostly complete with good detail

Form is complete with excellent detail

N/A

Inc.

Reflections do not indicate any learning

Few reflections include: tools
equipment
program used and the main skills learned

Few reflections include: tools
equipment
program used and the main skills learned

Few reflections include: tools
equipment
program used and the main skills learned

Few reflections include: tools
equipment
program used and the main skills learned

N/A

Inc.

No organization, impossible to follow coherently and atrocious spelling and grammar

Information is disorganized, quite difficult to follow and has many spelling and grammar errors

The report demonstrates some organization and contains a number of errors

Good organization with a few errors, vocabulary is strong

Well organized, minimal errors, strong spelling and grammar with vocabulary in the vernacular

N/A

Inc.

Punctuality Standards were ignored

Punctuality Standards were not met

Punctuality Standards were almost met

Punctuality Standards were met

Punctuality Standards were met and student often showed up early and left late.

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Tony Ferguson,
Jun 13, 2011, 9:33 AM