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There are two ways to grade a group First is to grade all people in the group with same grade based on final results of the group Second is to grade students individually then grade the group by grade average of students in the group I personally agree with the individual grading systemFirst of all individual grading is definitely more impartial Usually in a group the leader always works more than others For example when my class in 9th grade wanted to take part in extracurricular event the one that had to tell them what to do was me I told them not to give up help them with difficult parts they dont know how to do not to mention how hard it was to make them do the work I tried to use every minute we had but some of them just gave up they thought that we can never win and that we will only embarrass ourselves It was really something to make them believe in themselves and the class After all the practice and training we got into finals and even though we did not win we had the honor of getting flowers from the principal of the school and everyone had fun But when the class goes on the podium to perform all the people care is what that class can show them and how well they perform no one cares about who has lead them From this experience I have seen how equality in the group is completely different from fairnessSecond the individual grading gives students more motivation When somebody knows that the grades are based on his performance and nobody else that person will have much more motivation to show what he can do to everyone and try his best For example when there was a race in class who gets the highest grade in final exams would get to be the king for one day and can order
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