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COMMENTS: Addition
1=#N is increasingly capable of placing whole numbers to 10,000, unit fractions and mixed numbers such as 7 ½ on a number line.
2=#N is increasingly capable of placing numbers to 10,000 on a number line.
3=#N can now compare and accurately place decimals and mixed numbers on a number line correctly.
4=#E is able to confidently partition numbers in their place value parts and rename them with increased confidence.
5=#N can now confidently rename decimals (e.g. 7.831 = 78 tenths + 31 thousandths).
6=#N is able to rename whole numbers
COMMENTS: Algebra Skills
1=#E has made progress when adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator and can identify equivalent fractions (e.g. 1/3 = 3/9).
2=#E competently converts between improper fractions and mixed numbers.
3=#E is beginning to grasp the connection between simple fractions and decimals.
4=#E also adds and subtracts fractions with the same denominator, including mixed numbers.
5=#N has also further investigated equivalent fractions and can now identify them with greater ease (e.g. ½ = 4/8).
6=#E has made significant gains when subtracting numbers requiring regrouping with the vertical layout (e.g. 543 - 164).
7=#N is also able to solve simple addition and subtraction problems involving whole and decimal numbers.
8=#E can now use simple equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction to find unknown quantities.
9=#E has made progress when adding and subtracting multi-digit numbers requiring regrouping (e.g. 543 - 164).
10=#E can now add and subtract multi-digit numbers requiring regrouping with confidence (e.g. 543 - 164), including decimals.
11=#E #e can add and subtract them with greater accuracy.
12=#E is gradually developing #h comprehension of decimal numbers;
13=#E can now add and subtract multi-digit numbers requiring regrouping (e.g. 543 - 164).
14=#N can also subtract multi-digit numbers requiring regrouping (e.g. 543 - 164).
15=#E competently adds and subtracts fractions with the same denominator including mixed numbers (e.g. 6 ¾ - 4 ¼).
16=#N can use place value to multiply and divide whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 and explain the effect.
17=#N can use place value to multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000 and explain the effect.
18=#E can round decimals to the nearest decimal place.
19=#E grasps the concept of fractions and decimals.
20=#N can add and subtract numbers that do not have the same number of decimal places and can multiply or divide decimal numbers by a single digit.
COMMENTS: Algebra Skills 2
1=#N can use place value to multiply and divide whole numbers by 10, 100 and 1000 and explain the effect.
2=#N can use place value to multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000 and explain the effect.
3=#E can round decimals to the nearest decimal place.
4=#E can order negative numbers.
5=#N can find 2 digit prime numbers.
6=#E can convert fractions such as 2/5 into tenths or hundredths and express them as decimals or percentages.
7=#N can reduce a fraction to its simplest form.
8=#E can order fractions with different denominators.
9=#N can order decimals that have a mixture of one, two or three decimal places.
10=#N understand simple ratio.
11=#N can calculate decimal complements to 10 or 100.
12=#E can multiply a two-digit number by a single digit.
13=#N can calculate simple fractions or percentages of a number.
14=#E can use inverse operations.
15=#N knows and can use the order of operations, including brackets.
16=#E can add and subtract negative numbers.
17=#N can add and subtract numbers that do not have the same number of decimal places.
18=#N can multiply or divide decimal numbers by a single digit.
19=#E can use symbols to represent an unknown number or a variable
COMMENTS: Behaviour French
1=You are always focused in lessons.
2=Your concentration, behaviour and attitude to work are excellent.
3=You are always fully involved in whole-class activities.
4=You occasionally have difficulties focusing in lessons which have adversely affected your progress.
5=You occasionally finds it difficult to concentrate and are sometimes easily daretracted.
6=You are easily distracted and needs to remain focused in lessons.
7=You are a distraction to other students on a regular basare and so are making it difficult for the class to make progress.
8=You rarely put effort into your classwork hence the lack of achievement for this semester. You can produce work of a much higher standard.
9=Unfortunately, you did not hand in homework of a satisfactory quality
10=You have shown little motivation to learn French this semester and you have lacked concentration in lesson time.
11=Your homework was appropriately completed and #e would now benefit from involving yourself more in whole-class exercices.
12=You generally behave well in language lessons.
13=Your concentration and attitude to work are usually good.
14=Your concentration and attitude to work in language lessons have improved greatly of late.
15=You have a positive approach to your learning and you concentrated hard during lessons.
COMMENTS: French Listening
1=You have no difficulty with listening tasks at your level and you have sharpened your techniques with every lesson.
2=You quickly understand the basic meaning of a listening script and you note particular pieces of information faultlessly.
3=You can listen equally well to an impressive range of audio material.
4=You quickly understand the basic meaning of a listening script and you must now pay more attention to important details.
5=Listening exercices at this level are very manageable for you and your expertise has grown during the semester.
6=You are able to deal with a variety of topics in listening activities.
7=Listening skills have been a challenging area for you but you have sharpened your techniques little by little.
8=You often struggles to understand the overall meaning of listening scripts
9=You must practise answering questions paying attention to particular details.
COMMENTS: French Reading
1=You complete reading exercises with great success and you have taken steps to increase your knowledge of French during this semester.
2=You use a wide variety of reading strategies and information sources to very good effect.
3=You reliably and quickly identify the main informations in texts by skim-reading.
4=You accurately pinpoints important areas of text by scanning and you show full understanding of texts when reading intensively.
5=You are capable of scanning simpler passages for important details and you ought to practice reading texts carefully to understand their meaning.
6=You can understand the main theme of some texts by skim-reading.
7=Your performance in reading have been creditable and you have slowly strengthened your appreciation of French text.
8=You are able to scan passages for important details, and you ought to practrice reading texts carefully to understand their meaning.
9=You are able to recognise individual elements of spoken and written words,
10=You cannot yet skim texts quickly to pick up their overall themes.
11=You are not a confident reader yet and you have made little progress this semester in French
COMMENTS: French Reports Targets 1
1=As a next goal, I recommend you choose extension activities during the lesson to stretch your knowledge and ensure you work on pronunciation.
2=I suggest you practise new vocabulary regularly thanks to the use of different platforms and Tapis Volant textbook.
3=You can consolidate learning by using academy languages website at home.
4=I recommend you spend enough time at home to thoroughly learn scripts for speaking/writing exams ensuring that tenses are delivered accurately.
5=A future goal is to improve language skills by working more independently in lessons.
6=I invite you to concentrate better in lessons and spend longer on learning homework.
7=For further improvement, you should work on developing speaking confidence by practising at home and in class.
8=Ensure you complete work improvement in lessons and regularly spend time at home learning new vocabulary learnt in the lesson or in the homework.
9=Your next step is to use writing frameworks from class resources in constructing sentences in the foreign language.
10=A future goal is to listen to explanations and start activities straightaway.
11=Take a more active part in the lesson and complete all homework tasks.
12=Listening to explanations, starting activities straightaway and completing homework tasks will help you improve further.
13=I invite you to improve listening and reading skills by learning vocabulary regularly at home.
14=I suggest you develop reading skills by learning vocabulary regularly at home.
15=Keeping up the recently improved behaviour works well. Make use languages website at home to learn new vocabulary.
16=Always ask for help if needed.
17=A next goal would be to be more organised in terms of getting set up in the lesson straightaway.
18=Ensure you are properly equipped for all lessons and start activities straightaway.
19=Take a more active part in lessons.
20=I suggest you complete all work set in the lesson.
COMMENTS: French Speaking
1=You are a gifted speaker of French and you have become much more proficient since the beginning of the semester.
2=You are very careful to avoid errors in your speaking and maintains a beautifully fluent style at the same time.
3=Your clear pronunciation makes your spoken French easy to understand.
4=You enjoy participating in lessons and you make a significant contribution to pair, group and class speaking activities.
5=You are able to ask and answer questions in French.
6=With support, you can say short phrases for the topics we have covered.
7=You are challenged by speaking activities but you have improved steadily since the beginning of the semester.
8=You are usually attentive in lessons and can be relied upon to join in class speaking activities.
9=You are developing an increasing understanding of language structures and thus you are becoming more and more confident with speaking and writing.
10=You produce reasonable spoken French and you have improved measurably since the beginning of the semester.
11=Your spoken French is normally pronounced clearly.
12=You actively participate in a range of spoken and written interactions in lessons.
13=You constantly interact in classroom activities and discussions through asking and responding to questions.
14=You achieve some accuracy in your speaking while keeping up a measure of fluency.
15=You could develop your speaking confidence by offering answers more frequently in lessons.
16=You can say a few sentences for each of the topics we have covered.
17=You are invited to take every opportunity to improve your pronunciation.
18=You need to increase the accuracy of your speaking and keep up satisfactory fluency at the same time.
19=You need to listen carefully to questions so that you can take a more active part in class speaking work.
COMMENTS: French Vocabulary
1=You have an outstanding vocabulary for your level of French and you have learnt a great many new words during lessons.
2=The excellent breadth of your vocabulary enables you to cope in a variety of contexts.
3=You are also extremely careful to use the words you know appropriately.
4=You have a sizeable vocabulary for your stage of your learning and you are adding new words to it each week.
5=Your vocabulary have sufficient breadth to make most topics accessible to your in class.
6=You are also able to deploy words accurately and appropriately when communicating.
7=You have quite a limited vocabulary for your level of French
8=You have had trouble increasing the number of words you know in French
9=Your vocabulary needs to encompass a more varied range of topics and subjects.
10=You sometimes use the words you know in an appropriate and natural way.
COMMENTS: French Writing
1=Your overall command of writing in French is superb and your progress has been rapid in this area.
2=You are able to write accurately and in detail.
3=You construct readable, coherent French sentences and you spell very few words incorrectly.
4=You are able to make use of grammar structures you are familiar with in productive tasks.
5=In the area of grammar, you perform impressively and you have engaged successfully with new material.
6=You have an in-depth knowledge of many grammatical rules and constructions.
7=You often constructs readable, coherent sentences and you spells words accurately for the most part.
8=You also incorporate the structures you have learnt into your writing and speaking with excellent accuracy.
9=You are able to write sentences using aids such as the textbook and a dictionary.
10=Your overall command of writing in French is quite low at this level and you have not improved significantly in this aspect of your learning.
11=You have been writing very competently in recent weeks but you still have much to do to reach your potential.
12=You have an understanding of certain grammatical structures.
13=You e are working towards greater coherence in writing but your spelling requires a good deal of improvement.
14=Your grammar is a weak element of your French and you have not absorbed new material effectively.
15=You must now use the grammar you know with more accuracy in speaking and writing tasks.
16=You are not familiar with enough grammar at this level, though you have absorbed new material effectively.
17=Your knowledge and understanding of different structures needs to be increased.
COMMENTS: Help At Home Steps
1=Revisiting Mathematics concepts at home will assist in boosting #N's confidence in #e own capacity.
2=At home, being given the opportunity to teach another family member what #e has been learning in Mathematics or Spelling would also assist #N in consolidating #h learning.
3=At home, #N would continue to benefit from encouragement of #e evident capability across the curriculum, particularly in Mathematics.
4=Challenging #s to always present #e best efforts in #e work will be a continued focus for #N, as #e possess a high capability.
5=Applying #h understanding of verb conjugation in French will continue to be a focus next year, to ensure that #h intended meaning is clearly communicated.
6=Having the opportunity at home to share #h learning with another family member in Mathematics would support #N to consolidate #h understanding.
7=In addition, reading in French at home will be beneficial for #N's continued learning and development.
8=At home, being given the opportunity to demonstrate these Maths strategies to another family member would also assist Iman in consolidating #h learning
9=At home, #N would benefit from a consistent reading and homework routine to consolidate #h understanding.
10=Continuing to support #N by revisiting spelling and grammar lessons which have been taught at school at home would be beneficial for #e continued growth in these areas.
11=The support that #N receives at home will serve to benefit #e as #e progressed into the Senior School.
12=Similarly, maintaining a consistent routine of reading at home will support #N's learning and progress at school.
13=#E will continue to be encouraged to develop a more positive self-talk and confidence in #h evident capabilities and this can be supported at home as well.
14=At home, giving #N the opportunity to teach or explain #h learning to others can serve to support #h growing confidence when presenting to a group.
15=At home, encouraging #N to take responsibility for #e own learning by using #e class time wisely or asking for help when needed could support #e learning at school.
16=Ava would benefit from continued opportunities to practice #e times tables at home and at school in order to consolidate #e understanding.
17=At home, continuing to expose #N to a variety of ideas and perspectives on common issues will further support the development of #e critical thinking.
COMMENTS: High student 1
1=#N has been an enthusiastic member of the class and #e worked extremely hard during lessons. #E took great care over #h homework and #e was a lively participant in activities with other students.
2=#N completes reading exercises with great success and #e has taken big steps forward during the course. #E reliably and quickly identifies the gist of texts by skim-reading. #N accurately pinpoints important areas of text by scanning and #e shows full understanding of texts when reading intensively.
3=#N's overall command of writing in French is superb and #h progress has been rapid in this area. #E constructs readable, coherent French sentences and #e spells very few words incorrectly. #H work is diligently punctuated.
4=#N has no difficulty with listening tasks at this level and #e has sharpened #h techniques with every lesson. #E quickly understands the basic meaning of a listening script and #e notes particular pieces of information faultlessly. #N can listen equally well to an impressive range of audio material.
5=#N is a gifted speaker of French and #e has become much more proficient since the beginning of the course. #E is very careful to avoid errors in #h speaking and maintains a beautifully fluent style at the same time. #H clear pronunciation makes #h spoken French easy to understand.
6=In the area of grammar, #Nperforms impressively and #e has engaged successfully with new material. #E has an in-depth knowledge of many grammatical rules and constructions. #E also incorporates the structures #e has learnt into #h writing and speaking with excellent accuracy.
7=#N has an outstanding vocabulary for #h level of French and #e has learnt a great many new words during lessons. The excellent breadth of #h vocabulary enables #m to cope in a variety of contexts. #E is also extremely careful to use the words #e knows appropriately.
COMMENTS: Improve Algebra
1=#N will continue to work on subtractions requiring regrouping, as #e still often makes careless mistakes and #e will be supported to extend #h understanding to decimals.
2=#N will also be provided with opportunities to apply #h comprehension of addition and subtraction to fractions with related or different denominators.
3=#N will also be supported to use simple equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction to find unknown quantities (e.g. 23 +? = 57 - 19).
4=#E will also be supported to use simple equivalent number sentences involving addition and subtraction to find unknown quantities.
5=Extending #h comprehension of addition and subtraction to fractions with different denominators will be another focus.
6=Consolidating #h understanding of the relation between addition and subtraction is another focus.
7=#N will also be supported to extend #h comprehension of addition and subtraction to fractions with like and unlike denominators.
8=#N will be guided to refine #h methodology to analyse and solve word problems, identifying the key words and determining the equations to write.
9=#N is ready to use estimation and rounding to check the reasonableness of answers to calculations.
10=#E next step in #N's learning will be to apply #h growing understanding of decimals to multiplication and division.
11=deepening #h understanding of the decimal system, as well as making the connection between fractions and decimals, is the next step for #N.
12=#N will also be supported to extend #m understanding of the connection between fractions and decimals to percentage.
13=Adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators will be another area of focus.
14=Deepening #h understanding of the decimal system by making the connection between fractions and decimals will be a continuing goal.
15=Exploring the use of brackets and order of operations to write and evaluate number sentences will be the next area of focus.
16=#N will work on using the inverse operation to check #h calculations.
17=#N is ready to tackle increasingly challenging problems using the four operations.
COMMENTS: Listening assessments
1=Practicing listening to French audio will enhance your grasp of the spoken language.
2=You have demonstrated that you can understand spoken French efficiently.
3=Practicing listening to French audio will be a next step.
4=For further improvement, spending some time listening to French audio will be beneficial.
5=As a future goal, you should aim at taking every opportunity to listen to spoken French.
6=Recognising key words and ideas during listening tasks is a next step.
COMMENTS: Place Value
1=#N is increasingly capable of placing whole numbers to 10,000, unit fractions and mixed numbers such as 7 ½ on a number line.
2=#N is increasingly capable of placing numbers to 10,000 on a number line.
3=#N can now compare and accurately place decimals and mixed numbers on a number line correctly.
4=#E is able to confidently partition numbers in their place value parts and rename them with increased confidence.
5=#N can now confidently rename decimals (e.g. 7.831 = 78 tenths + 31 thousandths).
6=#N is able to rename whole numbers
COMMENTS: Reading Assignments achievement
1=You are able to recognise elements of written words in a text.
2=You are able to understand the gist of a text.
3=You are able to understand new vocabulary in context.
4=You are able to pinpoint the main information in a reading text.
5=You are able to use your knowledge to analyse a text.
6=You are able to use your previous knowledge to answer questions related to a text.
COMMENTS: Reading Improvements
1=Your next step is to learn the vocabulary we practice in class regularly.
2=Your next step is to look at strategies to decipher written words.
3=Your next step is to focus on the gist of a text.
4=Your next step is to practice reading by completing your homework on Education Perfect on a regular basis.
5=Your next step is to pay attention to details such as negative sentences and connectors.
6=Your next step is to learn the vocabulary we practice in class and at home through homework task. That will help your understanding.
7=Looking at strategies to focus on key words is also a future goal.
8=Focusing on words you recognise will be a priority.
9=Making connections between vocabulary in the questions and in the text will help your understanding of the text.
10=Working on strategies to understand vocabulary through context will be a next step.
11=Looking at how context informs of vocabulary definition will be beneficial too.
COMMENTS: Sample intro sentences
1=#N is an outstanding student who has worked very hard throughout the #Time-period and I expect #m to do well in #h exams next year.
2=#N has had a mixed #Time-period but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late.
3=After a difficult start #N has done some excellent work and is now back on target. A very pleasing #Time-period. Well done #N!
4=#N is a friendly and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the #Time-period.
5=Overall #N has worked very well but there are a few issues with #h time-keeping and homework that #e needs to address.
6=We have been working on the Environmental Issues module throughout the #Time-period. #N seems to enjoy this topic and has made very pleasing progress.
COMMENTS: Sample project-work sentences
1=#E has worked hard this year on all of #h projects but I was especially impressed with the high-quality of #h #Science-topics assignment.
2=Project-work has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late. To improve #e needs to #How-to-improve.
3=Although #h #Science-topics project-work was satisfactory, I do expect #m to do more background research next time.
4=#H project-work is always excellent as demonstrated in #h #Science-topics assignment. We were all very impressed with #h creative and entertaining website designs which were an inspiration to the class.
5=#H project-work has varied considerably, however #h highly-imaginative #Science-topics project was excellent and was displayed in reception at the School Open Day. An excellent achievement #N.
COMMENTS: Sample summing-up sentences
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. An excellent performance, keep it up!
2=#N has reached Level #?. This was #h target and #e should be proud of #s. To ensure #e keeps this up next year #e should #How-to-improve.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve.
4=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?. #E rarely completes #h work on time. To achieve more next year #e needs to #How-to-improve.
COMMENTS: Speaking assignments achievement
1=your pronunciation and intonation were spot on.
2=I can see that you worked hard to get the pronunciation right.
3=You utilized phrases learnt in class effectively.
4=You showed creativity and initiative in your video.
5=Your video was interactive and your enthusiasm was great.
6=I liked how creative your video was.
7=You have added complex structures and given your opinion effectively.
8=You have varied your vocabulary and your sentence structures effectively.
COMMENTS: Speaking Improvements
1=Your next step is to work on pronunciation and avoid pronouncing silent letters.
2=Your next step is to work on your intonation.
3=Next time, avoid reading to enable fluidity.
4=Next time, avoid using Google Translate.
5=Your next step is to add connectors to your work to enable fluidity.
6=Next time, learn your script and act it out.
7=Next time, spend enough time to thoroughly prepare and learn scripts for speaking.
8=Your next step is to work on developing speaking confidence by practising at home and in class.
9=Your next step is to include opinions and complex structures in your speaking.
COMMENTS: Strategies
1=#N is able to consistently select appropriate problem solving strategies to demonstrate #h grade fluency in mathematical techniques.
2=#N can consistentlyy choose the right strategies to solve #h problems in maths. When #e does this, #e has shown a #grade success in using the techniques of maths.
3=#E uses mathematical terminology and conventions, gives valid reasons when comparing and selecting from possible solutions, and makes connections with existing knowledge and understanding.
4=#E uses vocabulary and conventions. #E gives clear reasons when choosing the right answer to different problems, and makes links to what #e already knows.
COMMENTS: Writing Achievement
1=You have applied your knowledge effectively.
2=You have written a text about your routine that flows well and is accurate in terms of grammar and spelling.
3=You have added interesting and detailed information to your writing.
4=Your grasp of written French is visible as you master spelling and grammatical structures.
5=With support, you are able to write a text about your routine.
6=You are able to structures texts using paragraph.
7=You have effectively conveyed your message.
8=Your use of linking words have supported your intention to convey your message clearly.
9=You have added rich details to your text, such as timetables and opinions.
COMMENTS: Writing Improvement
1=A future goal will be adding paragraphs to your writing which will enable ease of reading.
2=Paying strong attention to spelling will help developing your skill of being attentive to details.
3=Your next step will be to learn and revisit grammar structures as taught in class.
4=Adding linking words to enable the flow of your text will be a next goal.
5=As a next step, ensure you read the instructions and add most elements in your written work. Making lists and preparing thoroughly in class and at home will support your organisation.
6=Using synonyms in your written work will enable you to display a more varied used of the language.
7=Varying different types of grammar structures to convey similar ideas will add depth to your written work.
8=Ensuring that you take time to proofread your work will be essential.
9=Ensure that you add accents as they are essential to the French language.
10=A next step would be to combine ideas together so that the writing flows better.
11=Adding opinions and justifications will give depth to your written work.
12=Applying rules about feminine, masculine, singular and plural is a next step.
13=A future goal will be to ensure that rules about feminine, masculine, singular and plural are applied.
14=Accuracy in grammar and spelling is essential.
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for homework
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=do more project research on the internet
5=develop #h computer skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: Science-topics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=semester
3=1st semester
4=2nd semester
5=3rd semester
6=4th semester
7=term
8=1st term
9=2nd term
10=3rd term
11=4th term
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