Class Hour

Class Hour

 

(1) The amount of time, lasting from 45 to 50 minutes, that elapses during a single classroom period in an educational institution.

(2) The amount of material to be studied during a class hour. Curricula and programs of study in educational institutions are planned in terms of class hours. Class hours are also the units used in planning a course’s subject matter, in keeping records of work that has been completed, and in appraising the work of some categories of teachers.

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When her parents complained to the school, she was made to sit out the class hour in a closet.
Ahmed Al-Sadi, a public school teacher, said students face difficulties, due to the Ministry's decree, as most of them arrive late to the school usually in the first lesson hour and are not concentrated enough during the last class hour.
While a one-hour-a-week English course has been introduced for fifth and sixth graders since the start of the 2011 academic year in Japan, the panel headed by Waseda University President Kaoru Kamata said the class hour should be extended and younger children in and below fourth grade should learn English.
Number of "questions" students 6 7 ask in an average class hour Questions students ask in an 5 6 average language class Questions students ask in an 8 9 average math class 17.
This time, she called the Community Action Partnership, where there are no class hour requirements and more flexibility.
Each class hour you have more students than those in your roll book.
After selecting the two universities randomly, instrument was administered at class hour to the entire sophomore, junior and senior students in both universities.
Midway through the class hour, an inmate asked me whether I would come to the jail the following Sunday.
We used the admittedly unwieldy measure of annualized average salary per classroom credit hour because we wanted to highlight the difference in earnings made per class hour in a year by full-timers and part-timers, since the former are usually salaried and the latter are usually paid by the class or by the hour.
Class hours were occasionally exchanged when one teacher or the other was away to attend a conference or when the viewing of a video necessitated going beyond the class hour threshold.
Adjuncts providing individual instruction will earn $55 an hour, and non-credit course teachers will get $50 for each class hour.