Started by ßingen, June 22, 2009, 11:34:53 PM
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Quotehi again. I think Bingen can do nicely with the same categories I use, because I suspect he is working with a very similar type of school as I do. I'll contact you by mail and we can check if you can do it with 3 categories. If you do, we'll post the results here so everybody can use the help.I3 is a subgroup of 1rst ESO, the same as 1A, 1B, 1C, etcI use 1A-1+1A-2+1B-1+1B2+1C-1+1C2 for catalan, spanish and maths, and then I3 (=instrumental 3) for the diversity group of 1st ESO.Does it sound more clear now?
QuoteYou have 12 activities for 2 ESO A, 10 activities for 2 ESO B and 9 activities for 2 ESO D. So 2 ESO 2 has 31 activities in total - which is wrong. Does 2 ESO D need to belong to 2 ESO A and to 2 ESO B?
QuoteOK, now I have the time to detail my subcategories.I used 2 automatic subcategories. Year 1Subcategory1: A / B / C / I3Subcategory2: -1 / -2 / -3 /-4 /-5Now, I get 1A, 1B and 1C for common subjects like history or common classes of English.(...)is this more clear?
QuoteCertainly I needed a break. For a moment I thought that first of all FET would consider 2ESOA and 2ESOB completely separated groups (with no intersection), as this is the actual case in my school, and then it would understand that by 2ESOD belongs to 2ESOA and to 2ESOB I meant 2ESOD belongs to the union of 2ESOA and 2ESOB. My everyday routine at the school lead me to think so, but of course it has no sense for FET. I want to apologize for wasting your time which such an error. Plus, I have to recognize that I'm the maths teacher, so I hope none of my students is reading this thread. ;-)
Quotei currently think i want to add simultanous activities the the "normal" table, so no "new" like in untis.