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COMMENTS: A: Math 9 Fall Intro Sentences
1=#Adjectives, #Adjectives, and unendingly #Adjectives in #h study of mathematics, #N has set a high bar with #h outstanding start to the year in Math 9.
2=#N is a #Adjectives and #Adjectives member of the Math 9 class.
3=#N brings a determination to succeed to the study of mathematics.
4=With #h trademark smile underscoring a #Adjectives and #Adjectives attitude to the study of mathematics, #N has set #s on a course for a strong year in Math 9.
5=#N has had a successful first term in Math 9, to which #e brings #h trademark #Adjectives spirit and #Adjectives personality.
6=#N has #describe-start start to the year in Math 9.
7=#N is off to a great start in Math 9.
8=Bringing a strong foundational knowledge to the class, #N has #describe-start start to the year in Math 9.
9=#N brings an infectious joy to the study of mathematics that has allowed #m to start #h Math 9 year with excellent results.
10=Bringing #positive-attributes to the group, #N has #describe-start start to #h secondary mathematics career as #e braves the waters of Math 9.
11=#N is an #adjectives and #adjectives member of the Math 9 group.
12=#N has displayed an #AdverbsList understanding of concepts across the first units of Math 9.
13=#N is working to meet the outcomes of Math 9.
14=#N has had a #describe-struggling start to the year in Math 9.
COMMENTS: A: Math 9 Final Intro Sentences
1=#N had a strong finish to #h Math 9 year.
2=After a year of hard work, #N should be proud of #h finish in Math 9.
3=#N showed consistency throughout the year in Math 9.
4=#N's positivity and energy in the Math 9 classroom culminated in a strong finish to the school year.
5=#N's year in mathematics was characterized by passion and drive.
6=Though the year was characterized by ups and downs, #N has nonetheless emerged triumphant in Math 9.
7=#N has successfully completed Math 9.
COMMENTS: A: Math 9 Winter Intro Sentences
1=This has been another enjoyable term of working with #N in the Math 9 classroom.
2=This has been another successful term for #N.
3=#N continued to demonstrate #h #positive-attributes and #positive-attributes approach to mathematics in the winter term of Math 9.
4=#N continues to bring #positive-attributes and #positive-attributes to #h studies during the winter term in Math 9.
5=#N continues to pursue excellence, producing quality work in Math 9.
6=#N has demonstrated consistency and enthusiasm across the second term in Math 9.
7=#N has found continued success in Math 9 during the winter term.
8=#N has shown improvement in the winter term of Math 9.
9=This has been a semester of progress for #N.
10=The winter term of Math 9 proved challenging for #N.
11=#N is on track to pass Math 9.
12=#N has had a #describe-struggling winter term in Math 9.
13=#N has had a difficult term in Math 9.
14=#N has put forth a solid effort to catch up, as well as keep up-to-date, in Math 9.
15=Achieving such terrific scores while maintaining a busy extracurricular schedule is no small feat, but #N rises to the challenge with gusto.
COMMENTS: A: PC11 FoM12 Fall Intro Sentences
1=#N is a #Adjectives student who has #Describe-start start to the year in #math-course.
2=#N has #Describe-start term in #math-course.
3=#N brings a #Adjectives energy to the mathematics classroom that has resulted in a #Describe-start start to the year in #math-course.
4=Determined to succeed, #N has #Describe-start term in #math-course.
5=#N has #Describe-start first term in #math-course, in which #e demonstrated a broad conceptual understanding coupled with an excellent work ethic.
6=This has been a semester of growth for #N in #math-course.
7=#N is finding #h footing in the #math-course classroom.
8=#N has displayed a #AdverbsList understanding of concepts across the first units of #math-course.
9=#N has #Describe-struggling start to the year in #math-course.
10=#?, #N has recently joined #math-course.
11=#N joined #math-course partway through the term.
COMMENTS: A: PC11 FoM12 Final Intro Sentences
1=#N is a hardworking student who strove to achieve success in #math-course.
2=It has been a wonderful year working with #N in the #math-course classroom.
3=#N is a conscientious mathematics student who is dedicated to consistent improvement.
4=#N is a hardworking student who has worked consistently well throughout the year.
5=#N's dogged determination to succeed has produced excellent results in #math-course.
6=With grit, determination, and a fierce resolve, #N tackled the challenge of #math-course head-on, delivering admirable results.
7=I congratulate #N on successfully completing #math-course.
8=Determined to succeed as the year drew to a close, #N pushed #s in the last few weeks of #math-course.
9=#N has successfully completed #math-course.
10=Despite encountering some stumbling blocks over the course of the year, #N has emerged on the far side of #math-course in one piece.
11=Though #e has a bright mind for the subject, #N struggled to maintain momentum and focus as the #math-course year came to an end.
12=#N has had a bumpy final term in #math-course.
13=Though #e struggled to maintain momentum as the final term drew to a close, #N nonetheless has much to celebrate at the end of #h #math-course year.
14=Joining a mathematics course midyear is no small order, but #N has finished the year on a high note.
15=After joining #math-course partway through the year, #N slowly built momentum over the final term.
16=After joining #math-course partway through the year, #N was faced with the challenge of keeping abreast with the course while catching up on missed material.
17=Much of the last few months has been spent on #math-topics and #math-topics.
COMMENTS: A: PC11 FoM12 Winter Intro Sentences
1=In the winter term of #math-course, we investigated #math-topics and #math-topics.
2=This has been another enjoyable term of working with #N in the #math-course classroom.
3=This has been another successful term for #N.
4=#N continued to demonstrate #h #adjectives and #adjectives approach to mathematics in the winter term of #math-course, where we investigated the mathematics of #math-topics and #math-topics.
5=#N continues to bring #adjectives and #adjectives to #h studies during the dreary winter term in #math-course.
6=#N continues to pursue excellence, producing quality work in #math-course.
7=#N has demonstrated remarkable consistency across the second term in #math-course.
8=#N has found continued success in #math-course during the winter term.
9=#N has shown improvement in the winter term of #math-course, during our units in which we covered the mathematics of #math-topics and #math-topics.
10=This has been a semester of progress for #N.
11=The winter term of #math-course proved challenging for #N.
12=#N is on track to pass #math-course.
13=#N has #describe-struggling winter term in #math-course.
14=#?, #N has now settled into the #math-course classroom.
15=#N has put forth a solid effort to catch up, as well as keep up-to-date, in #math-course after joining us late in the fall term.
16=#N has settled into Foundations of Math 12.
17=#N is now fully caught up in #math-course, and has produced some consistently strong work in this course.
18=#N joined the #math-course class in January, and immediately dove into the course with gusto.
19=Achieving such terrific scores while maintaining a busy extracurricular schedule is no small feat, but #N rises to the challenge with gusto.
20=Despite a busy schedule, #N continued to display #h characteristic drive throughout the winter term in #math-course, where we investigated #math-topics and #math-topics.
COMMENTS: A: PC11 PC12 FoM12 Fall Intro Sentences
1=#N is a #Adjectives student who has #Describe-start start to the year in #math-course.
2=#N has #Describe-start term in #math-course.
3=#N brings a #Adjectives energy to the mathematics classroom that has resulted in a #Describe-start start to the year in #math-course.
4=Determined to succeed, #N has #Describe-start term in #math-course.
5=#N has #Describe-start first term in #math-course, in which #e demonstrated a broad conceptual understanding coupled with an excellent work ethic.
6=This has been a semester of growth for #N in #math-course.
7=#N is finding #h footing in the #math-course classroom.
8=#N has displayed a #AdverbsList understanding of concepts across the first units of #math-course.
9=#N has #Describe-struggling start to the year in #math-course.
10=#?, #N has recently joined #math-course.
11=#N joined #math-course partway through the term.
COMMENTS: B: Math 9 Fall Second Sentences
1=#E was able to demonstrate an excellent foundational background in the #math-topics unit, and a solid grasp of abstract mathematical thinking in the #math-topics unit.
2=The first units of study in Math 9 are dedicated to assessing background knowledge in the #math-topics unit, and then extending it in the #math-topics unit; #N was able to both demonstrate a thorough grasp of prior concepts as well as a knack for picking up the somewhat abstract new material.
3=#E was able to demonstrate a solid foundational background in the #math-topics unit and showed an ability to extend on #h algebra knowledge in the #math-topics unit that followed, earning an outstanding ?% on #h unit test.
4=The first units of study assess prior knowledge in #math-topics, and then extend that knowledge in #math-topics. #N decided that #h first attempt at the #math-topics unit test was not up to #h standards and elected to do a retest, which improved #h grade.
5=The first units of study assess prior knowledge in #math-topics, and then extend that knowledge in #math-topics. #N stumbled somewhat on the #math-topics unit test and elected to do a retest, which improved #h grade.
6=The first units of study assess prior knowledge in #math-topics, and then extend that knowledge in #math-topics. #N stumbled somewhat on the #math-topics unit test. I encourage #h to take advantage of an upcoming retake opportunity to improve their overall standing.
7=Though #e has seen many of the core concepts before, as demonstrated by #h ?% on the #math-topics unit test, difficulty extending those core concepts in the #math-topics unit that followed indicate that this course requires more focus and practice. I encourage #N to make use of a rewrite opportunity in January to review this material and improve #h grade.
8=#E was able to demonstrate a solid foundational background in the #math-topics unit; though #e was tripped up a little by the abstract extensions required in the #math-topics unit that followed, #e was nonetheless able to demonstrate a broad conceptual understanding of number operations.
9=Though #h results in our first two units of study, #math-topics and #math-topics, were not up to #h standards, #e has rallied and returned with far better results in the #math-topics unit thus far.
10=#E has found it difficult to stay focused in class and prepare thoroughly for tests.
11=With the support of the Learning Centre, including #h tutor, #e is beginning to build the computational background as well as acquire new skills required to succeed this year.
COMMENTS: B: Math 9 Winter Cumulative Sentence
1=#N's excellent performance thus far is a testament to #h #positive-attributes, and #e should be proud of #h results, particularly #h #?% on the first cumulative test in December.
2=#E stumbled somewhat on the first cumulative test in December; this, however, gives #N a benchmark for improvement before the second cumulative test later this year.
3=Though #e stumbled somewhat on the first cumulative test in December, this will provide #m with a benchmark for #h preparation before the second cumulative test later this year.
4=#E achieved a great score on #h first cumulative test in December, indicating that #e had prepared well.
5=#N scored a #?% on #h first cumulative test, suggesting that further review is necessary, particularly before the second cumulative test later this year.
6=#H good showing on the first cumulative test in December, in which #e scored a #?%, will provide a benchmark for #h preparations for the second cumulative test later this year.
7=Though #e stumbled on the first cumulative test in December, #e nonetheless has demonstrated an adequate understanding of all concepts covered.
8=#H performances on assessments thus far suggest further review is necessary, particularly before the second cumulative test later this year.
9=#N found the first cumulative test in December quite difficult. Before the second cumulative test later this year, I encourage #m to use extra help opportunities often.
10=#N struggled on the first cumulative test, particularly the #math-topics section. #E should attend math help to improve #h understanding in this content.
COMMENTS: B: PC11 FoM12 Fall Second Sentences
1=Throughout the #type-of-math #math-topics and #type-of-math #math-topics units, #e demonstrated #AdverbsList understanding, #positive-attributes, and #positive-attributes.
2=Throughout the #type-of-math #math-topics and #type-of-math #math-topics units, #e demonstrated #AdverbsList understanding.
3=Across the #math-topics unit and the #math-topics unit #e has shown a #AdverbsList understanding.
4=#E has shown consistency across the first two units -- the #type-of-math #math-topics and more #type-of-math #math-topics units -- which suggests a broad range of ability in mathematics.
5=After stumbling in the #math-topics unit, #e rallied and returned with #RatingList result on the #math-topics unit that followed.
6=#E had excellent initial results in the #math-topics unit; though #e stumbled in the #math-topics unit that followed, #e nonetheless has had a good showing thus far.
7=After stumbling on #h first #math-topics test, #e rallied with a far better result on the retest; #e continued to show #AdverbsList results in the #math-topics unit that followed.
8=#E had excellent results in the #math-topics unit, demonstrating a strong #type-of-math ability in mathematics; though #e stumbled in the more computational #math-topics unit, #e should nonetheless be proud of #h results thus far.
9=#E has consistently achieved perfect or near-perfect results on all assessments in the #math-topics and #math-topics units, connecting #positive-attributes with #positive-attributes.
10=After showing good results on the first assignments, #e stumbled on the unit test; #e is encouraged to make use of an upcoming rewrite opportunity to review these concepts and improve #h results.
11=#E has displayed consistent achievement across the #math-topics and #math-topics units, indicating #AdverbsList ability thus far; though #h score on the first unit test was not up to #h standards, #e has nonetheless shown a solid understanding of major course concepts.
12=Though #h score on the first unit test was not up to #h standards, #e has nonetheless shown a solid understanding of major course concepts, and a promising upwards trajectory in the #math-topics unit.
13=#E has shown consistent results across the first units, earning respectable results on assignments, homework, and unit tests.
14=#E has found #h place in the classroom and should continue to accessing resources available to #m to help #m catch up with the first units of study, such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial time.
15=As the year progresses #e will be tasked with catching up with the first units of study as well as keeping apace with current content.
COMMENTS: B: PC11 FoM12 M9 Final Units of Study and Thoughts
1=In the spring term we covered #math-topics and #math-topics. Throughout this, #N #?
2=In the spring term we covered #math-topics and #math-topics, where #N #?
3=Throughout our studies of #math-topics and #math-topics, #e #?
4=Because #N was unable to attend class during this time, it will be important for #m to review this material.
5=As #N was unable to complete work during this time, #e is encouraged to use the resources on my Google Classroom to acquire skills in those areas before returning in September.
COMMENTS: B: PC11 FoM12 Winter Second Sentences
1=#N continued to excel across these units of study, earning #AdverbsList scores on #h major assessments.
2=Throughout our study of #math-topics #e consistently was engaged with material, asked questions to clarify #h understanding, and sought extra help as needed.
3=#E showed good understanding of course content across the #math-topics unit of study, and when #h results on the most recent assessment were not up to #h usual standards, opted for a re-do that allowed #m to much better demonstrate #h learning.
4=#H outstanding score on #h most recent unit test is a testament to #h #positive-attributes, as are #h consistent, high-level contributions to the class, which have helped sustain us through the dreary weather in the winter term.
5=Though #h laser-focus on perfection is commendable, I remind #N that #h exemplary results this term are worthy of serious celebration -- #h consistently near-perfect sores on major assessments have not gone unnoticed.
6=Though #e is not the classroom’s loudest member, #h hard work has not gone unnoticed, and #h presence contributes much to the serious academic character in the room.
7=Despite progress through the units of study, inconsistent focus in class continues to be #N's biggest stumbling block.
8=#E works quietly to task in class, though #h attention can, at times, waver; I encourage #m to participate more in class, engage more with the material, and seek extra help as needed.
9=The dreary weather and difficult units of study do not necessarily combine to make the #math-course classroom the most joyous experience, but #N has arrived on the other end in one piece; #e has demonstrated satisfactory understanding of the units of study.
10=Our study of #math-topics did not come easily to #m; though #h scores were not as high as they were in first term, #h focus in class and work preparing for assessments have not gone unnoticed.
11=Though #e has been more proactive in seeking help as needed, #h scores on assessments indicate that a more thorough preparation is needed.
12=Upbeat and capable, #N is sociable with #h table group but is still able to work well, supporting those around #m.
13=#N has made consistent progress through our #math-topics units, demonstrating a solid work ethic and working well to task.
14=In the winter term we investigated financial math, through investments and loans; though #N’s attention in class can be inconsistent, as #e constantly juggles paying attention to the lesson with enjoying the company of #h friends, #e nonetheless has shown consistent understanding and enjoyment of the material.
15=In the financial math units, we investigated the mathematics of borrowing and investing money, looking into banking and mortgages; #N attacked these complex mathematical and social issues head-on.
16=#E seems to be connecting well with the course material in the finance units, which demonstrates a good mind for these vital areas of mathematics.
17=Though #h focus in class could, at times, shift from the study of mortgages to the somewhat flashier study of online clothes shopping, #N nonetheless demonstrated an aptitude for finance that will no doubt serve #m well in #h adult life.
18=#N continued to demonstrate solid critical thinking and gave both excellent answers and thoughtful questions, deciphering complex issues that are both mathematical and social in nature, such as the mortgage crisis and credit card debt.
19=#E found the winter term, in which we studied finance through looking at investments and loans, quite tricky; many of the problems we investigated involved reading and interpreting word problems, and as such the language could be difficult for #m to translate, decipher, and use to answer a question.
20=#H focus during the spring term will be to catch up in the course, as well as keep up-to-date in current units of study.
COMMENTS: C: Competencies
1=#E has grown particularly in #h reasoning and modelling; #N was able to navigate tricky problems through analysis, mathematical modeling, and strategic use of course material.
2=#E has struggled particularly with #h reasoning and modelling -- though the application of core concepts is there, the larger extensions and analysis still proves tricky for #m.
3=#E is particularly adept in understanding and solving. Approaching #h work with persistence and positivity, #e is able to follow through from start to finish on a range of problems.
4=I encourage #m to work on #h approaches to understanding and solving the types of problems in the course. With a more firm understanding of core concepts, and more persistence in following through, #e will find more success in #h problem solving.
5=#E is an effective mathematical communicator. All aspects of #h work are clearly and effectively represented, demonstrating an overall broad understanding of core course concepts.
6=I encourage #N to work on #h mathematical communication. With more clearly communicated steps towards #h solution, #e will find that #e is able to follow #h own thinking more effectively, particularly on timed assessments.
7=#E shows a depth of thought, and is able to connect course concepts to #h other classes, #h interests, and the broader world. As well, #e is able to use #h mistakes as opportunities to advance learning, acknowledging and reflecting on them in order to improve in the future.
COMMENTS: C: Fall Common Cumulative Sentence
1=#N's excellent performance is a testament to #h #positive-attributes, and #e should be proud of #h results, particularly #h #?% on the first common cumulative exam.
2=#E stumbled somewhat on the first common cumulative exam; this, however, gives #N a benchmark for improvement before the second cumulative in March.
3=Though #e stumbled somewhat on the first common cumulative exam, this will provide #m with a benchmark for #h preparation before the second cumulative test in March.
4=#E continued this trajectory with a great score on #h first common cumulative test, indicating that #e had gone back and reviewed prior concepts.
5=This culminated in an excellent performance on #h first common cumulative exam, where #e demonstrated #h thorough preparation.
6=#N scored a #?% on #h first common cumulative exam, suggesting that further review is necessary, particularly before the second common cumulative exam in March.
7=#E nonetheless had a good showing on the first common cumulative exam, indicating that #e had gone back and reviewed prior concepts.
8=#H good showing on the first common cumulative exam, in which #e scored a #?%, will provide a benchmark for #h preparations for the second common cumulative exam in March.
9=This culminated in an excellent performance on #h first common cumulative exam, where #e clearly demonstrated a thorough preparation on #h own as well as a good use of the resources provided by the Learning Centre.
10=This culminated in an outstanding performance on #h first common cumulative exam.
11=#E continued this trajectory with a terrific score on #h first common cumulative test, indicating that #e had gone back and reviewed the concepts that were missing for #m in #math-topics.
12=Though #e stumbled on the first common cumulative exam, #e nonetheless has demonstrated an adequate understanding of all concepts covered.
13=#H performances on assessments suggest further review is necessary, particularly before the second common cumulative exam in March.
COMMENTS: C: Final Linking Sentence
1=I have been thoroughly impressed by #h dedication to a strong finish to the year.
2=#N seems to have connected well with the #? aspect of the course, which #?
3=#N's consistency across the year demonstrates both mathematical capability as well as a strong work ethic.
4=#N's regular use of extra help opportunities demonstrates #h ongoing commitment to furthering #h knowledge and understanding.
5=Of particular note is #N's #?, which #?
6=Nevertheless, #e has successfully navigated this tricky course, and should be proud of #h results this year; #e has acquired a wide variety of mathematical knowledge.
7=#N struggled to connect with the #? aspect of the course, which #?
COMMENTS: C: Math 9 Winter Choice Sentences
1=During the #math-choice, #e #? and #?
2=In the #math-choice, #h #adjectives attitude #?
3=After returning in January, #e completed the #math-choice, #?
4=In January, #N chose to do the #math-choice. #?
COMMENTS: C: Sentence 2 area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. The teacher should be used both in and out of the classroom as a resource.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
6=In order to improve, #N will need to spend some time getting to know #h way around the calculator. This will allow for better time efficiency in the exams.
7=In order to improve, #N should complete more questions under exam conditions. This will improve #h time management during exams.
8=In order to improve, #N should ask more questions during class and seek assistance at the time trouble arrises, and not wait until later in the week or next class.
9=In order to improve I would like to see more questions being raised during class time.
COMMENTS: C: Sentence 2 Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. #E should speak with me or #h advisor to help establish some expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #e is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the practice problems.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning about math is positive, despite how tough the course can be, and #e has developed a fair understanding of because of this.
COMMENTS: C: Sentence 2 positives
1=#H attitude to learning about class concepts is positive.
2=#E has shown #RatingList understanding of the concepts taught this term.
3=#N brings enthusiasm to class discussions.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to questions and through a diligent approach to the classwork and homework.
5=#N has done some excellent work.
6=#N is able to use mathematical concepts learned in a range of problems.
7=#N has an excellent attitude and is doing excellent work.
8=#E has demonstrated considerable knowledge and understanding across all units covered.
9=#E is very focused and responsible for #h learning.
10=#N is a role model for fellow students.
11=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
12=#N contributes positively to class.
13=#E is supportive of classmates.
14=#N has an appetite for solving problems and challenging #s.
15=#N demonstrates excellent analytical skills.
16=#E completes #m homework to a high level and applies #s in class.
17=#E has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving good results.
18=#N has #AdverbsList put in a good effort this #Time-period.
19=#N displays #AdverbsList confidence in this subject.
COMMENTS: D: Fall How to Improve
1=As #e moves forward, #N is encouraged to double-check #h work for minor mathematical errors, as #e otherwise demonstrates a solid conceptual understanding.
2=#N is encouraged to use the resources at #h disposal, such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial time.
3=#N is encouraged to use the resources at #h disposal, such as the Math Help Centre, tutorial time, and the Learning Centre.
4=Moving forward, #N is encouraged to help others around #m more often; #h classmates could benefit from #h input.
5=#N is encouraged to use the resources at #h disposal, such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial time, to help improve #h confidence and ability.
6=I encourage #N to complete #h homework and assigned practice more regularly, and with time #h confidence and ability will improve.
7=Moving forward, I encourage #N to continue working on improving #h foundational math skills, and to utilize extra help -- such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial time -- as necessary.
8=I encourage #N to use the resources at #h disposal, such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial time; completing #h homework more consistently will also help.
9=#N is clearly a capable mathematician when #e applies #s; #e is encouraged to maintain a more consistent focus in class, and to continue asking questions for clarification when necessary.
10=I encourage #N to continue seeking help both in class and through the resources at #h disposal, such as the Math Help Centre.
11=I encourage #N to seek extra help through tutorial and the Math Help Centre, particularly when #e is absent from class, for #h gaps are in knowledge rather than ability.
12=#N should make frequent use of the extra help opportunities available to #m such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial, to ensure #e has enough of an understanding to keep up with the course.
13=I know that #N is a capable student, and strongly encourage #m to make use of the resources at #h disposal, such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial.
14=Though #N can be distracted by #h peers, #e has also recognized that #e needs to apply #s during class time.
15=Though #N's demeanour in the classroom is pleasant, #e can also be distant and distracted, and needs frequent reminders to return to task.
COMMENTS: D: Final Moving Foward
1=If #N continues to #?, I anticipate continued success next year.
2=#N has showed growth this year, and #?
3=Moving forward, #N should focus on #?
4=To see success next year, #N should #?
5=As #e moves into #h post-secondary studies, I hope that #N #?
6=Though #N has showed growth in #h abilities this year, #?
7=Pre-Calculus 12 has a focus on #?, so #N should focus on #?
8=Math 10 will require #?, so to best prepare for next year #N should focus on #?
9=I suggest #N seek a tutor early on next year to set themselves up for success.
10=Over the summer, I encourage #N to #?
COMMENTS: D: Math 9 PC11 FoM12 Use of extra help and LC
1=I remind #N that the Math Help Centre and tutorial remain important sources of extra help outside of class hours.
2=I encourage #m to check in with me to ensure #e is on the right track, particularly with longer projects or more difficult problems; however, #e is on course to have a strong finish to the year.
3=I encourage #m to use the extra help opportunities available to #m, such as tutorial and the Math Help Centre, as necessary, particularly as we move towards the final exam in June.
4=By using the resources available to #m -- Mr. Steve in the Learning Centre, the Math Help Centre, and academic tutorial -- #N has set #s on an excellent trajectory for the rest of the year.
5=#H progress has been hampered by missed class, and #N should make use of the resources available to #m, such as the Learning Centre and the Math Help Centre, to ensure #e is fully caught up on class concepts.
6=However, #e uses opportunities for extra help quite well, coming for academic tutorial regularly as well as attending the Math Help Centre to get one-on-one support.
7=I strongly encourage #m to make frequent use of extra help opportunities, such as the Math Help Centre and tutorial time, as we approach upcoming major assessments.
8=#N continues to make thoughtful use of #h accommodations and the extra help available through the Learning Centre to demonstrate the full breadth of #h knowledge on assessments.
9=#N should strive to take full advantage of the resources available to #m through the Learning Centre, as well as #h accommodations, to ensure #e has a full grasp on course material moving forward.
COMMENTS: E: Concluding statement
1=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
2=I wish #m all the best for the future.
3=#N is a fantastic learner who works well.
COMMENTS: E: Fall Linking Statements
1=#N has clearly found #h footing, and has displayed a consistent work ethic that is the source of this improvement.
2=#N's #positive-attributes belies a mature student who genuinely wants to succeed; #e is willing and eager to help and support those around #m.
3=#N's #positive-attributes and #positive-attributes belie a student who works hard and genuinely wants to succeed.
4=#N is a capable student with #positive-attributes and a strong desire to succeed; #e asks questions consistently for clarification and to bolster #h understanding.
5=#N has #positive-attributes alongside #positive-attributes.
6=#N's #positive-attributes belies a mature student who works hard; though #e is sociable during class time, #e is usually on task when socializing, and seems to genuinely enjoy the class.
7=#N is eager to contribute in class and support #h peers. If #e continues on #h current trajectory, I anticipate continued success for #m over the course of the year.
8=#N brings #positive-attributes to the classroom; #e works hard, asks good questions, and clearly wants to succeed.
9=#N applies #s fiercely to everything #e does, and makes sure to ask questions both for clarification and for deeper understanding.
10=#N is engaged and on-task during class, which belies a diligent work ethic and a desire to do well.
11=Though #N can, on occasion, allow #h attention to wander, #e nonetheless is in possession of a good mind for mathematics and a willingness to work hard when the chips are down, which has allowed #m to find success thus far.
12=#N applies #s with gusto, working hard and asking questions for clarification and to deepen #h understanding; #e is willing to go above and beyond to succeed, and has produced terrific results thus far.
13=Though #e is cheery and clearly enjoys the course, #N can sometimes be distracted.
14=#N is often content to work independently, but is encouraged to both help and to seek the support of those around #m.
15=#N should be proud of a job well done thus far.
16=As #h confidence improves, I know that #N will continue to see success.
17=#N has a strong conceptual mind and a mature approach, and should recognize a job well done in the first term.
18=Overall, however, #e has shown a desire to improve and the willingness to ask questions, which I applaud #m on.
19=#N has demonstrated a clear understanding of both computation-based and conceptual mathematics.
20=Overall, however, #N has shown a diligent and resilient approach.
COMMENTS: E: Final Concluding Statement
1=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
2=I wish #m all the best for the future.
3=I wish #m a restful summer break.
4=I applaud #N on a job well done this year, and hope #e celebrates #h strong finish.
5=I wish #m a restful break and best of luck in what will no doubt be a busy but fulfilling upcoming year.
6=I encourage #N to continue to make use of extra help opportunities, and wish #m a restful summer break.
7=I congratulate #N on persevering through a difficult year, and applaud #m on standing up to the challenge of this course.
8=#N has worked hard throughout this year and is to be congratulated for #h effort.
9=Upbeat and positive, #N moves into the next part of #h math program in excellent standing, and I look forward to #h continued success next year.
10=Aptitude requires effort to shine and I implore #N to honour #h ability by connecting it to a work ethic in order to succeed next year.
11=Nonetheless, #e has successfully demonstrated enough mathematical knowledge to earn a pass in this course.
12=I congratulate #N on completing #h year and wish #m a restful, and well-deserved, summer break.
13=I encourage #m to bring a similar approach to #h math education next year.
14=I encourage #N to work on #h organization and time-management skills, as timely completion of homework will help #m succeed next year.
COMMENTS: E: Math 9 Winter Linking Statements
1=Throughout our study of linear relations, #e found the concepts covered -- investigating linear relations both as mathematical equations, as well as approximations with lines of best fit -- #easier to understand.
2=#E similarly struggled to find focus and motivation in the linear relations unit.
3=#E applied #s throughout the linear relations section, where we covered mathematical modelling through linear equations and lines of best fit.
4=Throughout our study of linear relations, where we are investigating both linear equations and lines of best fit, #e brought a characteristic #? to #h studies.
5=Though #h focus during in-class activities can falter, and #h homework assignments are not always completed in a timely manner, #N nonetheless has demonstrated a good understanding of linear equations and mathematical modelling.
6=In the linear relations quarter, #N was introduced to mathematical modelling through linear equations and lines of best fit, where #e continued to excel.
7=The methodological approach that #e developed in first term carried #m through the winter, where we investigated linear relations and lines of best fit, and I congratulate #h continued success.
8=Throughout our study of mathematical modelling, investigating linear equations and lines of best fit, #N continued to bring a consistent approach that served #m well.
9=In the linear relations unit, we are studying mathematical modelling through investigating linear equations and lines of best fit, to which #e brings diligence and a hard work ethic.
COMMENTS: E: PC11 FoM12 Winter Linking Statements
1=Whatever #N is doing, it is working well; #e is well positioned to finish the year with extraordinary results.
2=#N is a strong self-advocate with a great work ethic, which will serve #m well in the spring term, where we will be covering #math-topics before moving into #math-topics.
3=I am confident that #e will continue to see success in our third term, as we move into #math-topics and #math-topics.
4=Driven and serious in #h studies, I am confident that #e will finish this course in great standing.
5=#N is a great presence in the classroom, helping build an environment of high scholarship.
6=Though #e may find that #e can still reach #h academic goals while allowing #s to be distracted, I remind #m that such activities can be distracting for those around #m.
7=I applaud #N on another exemplary term.
8=When we return from Spring Break we will be investigating #math-topics, before moving into #math-topics .
9=In the spring term we will be covering #math-topics before moving into #math-topics.
10=That being said, #N is demonstrating consistent understanding of course concepts, and participates well when #e is engaged.
11=#N's thoughtful questions and contributions in class help contribute to an excellent atmosphere for learning in the classroom.
12=Though #e can, at times, doubt #s, #N possesses great maturity as a student and an excellent work ethic that continues to serve #m well.
13=Diligent and focused, #N helps contribute to an atmosphere of high achievement in our classroom.
14=Though #h attention in class can, at times, waver, #N nonetheless is a talented mathematician who is more than capable of a strong finish in this course.
15=With a chipper attitude, #N works quietly to task, engaging with the material in #h own way; I hope #e is able to recognize the excellent progress #e has made through these dreary winter months.
16=Overall, however, #h consistency across units of study is admirable, and #e should see continued success as the year concludes.
17=In the spring term we will be investigating #math-topics, which will give #N an opportunity to connect #h knowledge with an area of artistic interest.
18=Particularly for longer-term projects, I encourage #m to check in with me during class time or tutorial time to ensure #e is on the right track; overall, however, #e is on course to finish the year strong.
19=I hope #N is proud of #h achievements this term as they are clearly the result of #h hard work.
20=I strongly encourage #m to use class time and extra help more effectively, checking in with me as #e completes #h projects, so that #e can succeed in this course.
COMMENTS: F: Fall Concluding Statements
1=Next we will be moving into #math-topics, and I am certain #e will continue to succeed.
2=If #e continues to apply #s, I have no doubt #e will see massive improvement over the course of the year.
3=I look forward to continuing working with #N as we move into the #math-topics unit, and if #e applies #s I am certain #e will see improvement.
4=I look forward to second term with #m.
5=#N is a #Adjectives and #Adjectives mathematician, and I look forward to #h continued success as we move into the #math-topics unit.
6=I look forward to #h continued progress throughout the second term.
7=Overall, however, #e should be pleased with #h progress, as we move into #math-topics.
8=If #e continues on #h current trajectory, I anticipate continued success for #m over the course of the year.
9=I look forward to #h group’s #math-projects project at the end of December.
10=With a more diligent approach to #h studies, I trust that #N will find more success.
11=With a retest opportunity on the horizon, I trust that #N's grade will improve over the course of the second term.
12=As we enter the #math-topics unit, I look forward to #h group’s #math-projects project, and #h continued success throughout the term.
13=With a more deliberate work ethic, I trust that #N will find success in the second term.
COMMENTS: F: Winter Concluding Statements
1=I look forward to another successful term with #N, and wish #m a restful spring break.
2=I wish #m a restful spring break.
3=I am confident that #e will continue to see success in our third term.
4=I am willing to meet #m halfway if #e reaches out, and am eager to support #m through the rest of this course.
5=I am eager to support #N in whatever way I can to help #m find success in this course.
6=I applaud #h ongoing effort to improve in this class, and hope that the spring term brings continued success.
7=If #e is willing to take initiative, I have no doubt that #e will be able to successfully complete this course.
COMMENTS: Homework Comments
1=#N's homework is consistently completed, and #e is keen to double-check #h answers to ensure full comprehension.
2=Though #N’s homework was usually completed, #e could benefit from checking in with me to ensure #e fully understands all concepts covered.
3=#N diligently completes #h homework. This is what has driven much of #h continued success throughout the term.
4=Though #h focus during in-class activities could falter, and #h homework assignments were not always completed in a timely manner, #N nonetheless has demonstrated a good understanding of #math-topics.
5=Beyond acquiring a simple understanding of concepts, #N was keen to deepen #h knowledge, asking thoughtful questions and consistently completing #h homework with a high degree of accuracy.
6=#H homework is infrequently completed, and often shows a lack of attention to detail that deters a proper understanding of class material; in the classroom, #e similarly struggled to find focus and motivation.
7=More frequent completion of #h homework will allow #m to stay up to date on this quick-paced course.
8=I remind #N that I do not hand out practice problems for fun, or to waste paper; I strongly encourage #m to attempt more practice to help solidify #h ongoing understanding.
COMMENTS: Improvement comments
1=#N has the ability to do better.
2=In order for #N to improve, #e needs to be consistently prepared for class, and fully participate.
3=To improve #h results next #Time-period, #e needs to #How-to-improve and #How-to-improve.
4=#N needs to become more proficient with the graphing calculator.
5=In order to improve I would like to see more questions being raised during class time.
6=In order to improve, #N needs to slow down and show #h working out.
7=#N has applied #s this year but could do with #How-to-improve to further #h understanding and results.
8=In order to do better I recommend that #N focus more in class, complete classwork and homework, and revise for tests and quizzes using notes and practicing review problems
9=#N should improve effort.
10=#E needs to work harder at completing classwork and homework.
11=#E needs to attend the learning center.
12=#N has generally worked well this year but needs to focus better in class.
13=#E needs to show more formula substitution and working out.
14=#E should attend class regularly.
15=#N should consider tutoring.
16=#N hould look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
17=#H should consider a binder to keep class materials organized.
18=#N should turn in homework on time.
19=#N needs to participate in class by following along and checking #h understanding.
LIST: Adjectives
1=happy
2=friendly
3=excellent
4=very good
5=joyous
6=diligent
7=positive
8=upbeat
9=mature
10=thoughtful
11=focussed
12=sociable
13=pleasant
14=polite
15=quiet
16=good-natured
17=motivated
18=contientious
19=reserved
20=hardworking
LIST: AdverbsList
1=improving
2=declining
3=consistent
4=inconsistent
5=proficient
6=not yet proficient
7=increasing
8=generally
9=consistently
10=broad
11=satisfactory
12=general
13=developing
14=growing
15=outstanding
LIST: Deadlines
1=on time
2=late
LIST: Describe-start
1=had a mixed
2=had a good
3=had a difficult
4=had a consistent
5=not had the best of
6=had a successful
7=had a highly successful
8=had an excellent
9=had an outstanding
10=had a great
11=had a fantastic
LIST: Describe-struggling
1=had a tough
2=not had the best of starts this
3=not had the best of
4=had a difficult
LIST: easier
1=far simpler
2=much easier
3=more approachable
4=more intuitive
5=similarly understandable
6=similarly tricky
7=similarly difficult
8=more difficult
9=trickier
10=harder
11=easier
LIST: easy
1=far simpler
2=much easier
3=more approachable
4=more intuitive
5=similarly understandable
6=similarly tricky
7=similarly difficult
8=more difficult
9=trickier
10=harder
LIST: Effort
1=poor
2=good
LIST: Frequency
1=always
2=often
3=sometimes
4=rarely
5=never
6=generally
7=frequently
8=several
9=at times
10=some
LIST: Homework
1=satisfactory
2=unsatisfactory
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=try not to chat during lessons
3=submit homework on time
4=show formula substitution and working out
5=spend more time practicing solving problems
6=pay more attention to instructions
7=make sure #e understands errors
8=spend more time reviewing ahead of quizzes and tests
9=improve organization of homework and handouts
10=ask questions in class
11=regularly come for extra help
12=regularly attend the Learning center
13=become competent with the graphing calculator
14=consider private tutoring
15=attend class regularly
16=put in more effort
17=come to class prepared
18=full participate
LIST: Improvement-in-what
1=work
2=effort
LIST: IntroAdverbs
1=pleasant
2=polite
3=quiet
4=friendly
5=good-natured
6=outgoing
7=motivated
8=conscientious
9=reserved
10=generally polite
11=hard-working
LIST: math-choice
1=coding unit with Mr. Wardrop
2=statistics unit
3=geometry unit with Mr. DeSandoli
4=finance unit with Mr. Norman
LIST: math-course
1=Math 9
2=Pre-Calculus 11
3=Foundations of Math 12
4=Pre-Calculus 12
LIST: math-projects
1=Casino Night
2=Passion Project
3=competency task
4=Buying a House
5=Investing Money
LIST: math-topics
1=polynomials
2=rational functions
3=trigonometry
4=quadratics in standard and vertex form
5=rational equations
6=exponential functions
7=linear and quadratic inequalities
8=functions and regressions
9=probability
10=investing and borrowing money
11=geometric constructions
12=combinatorics
13=rational number operations
14=exponent laws
15=polynomials
16=linear relations
17=statistics in society
18=linear equations and inequalities
19=geometry
LIST: NumofUAs
1=no
2=one
3=two
4=three
5=four
6=five
7=six
8=seven
9=eight
10=nine
LIST: OLD-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: OLD-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
LIST: positive-attributes
1=a willingness to engage with the material and with #h peers
2=a cheerful demeanour
3=a strong work ethic
4=a thoughtful demeanour
5=a willingness to engage with the material
6=an intense focus
7=diligence
8=helpfulness
9=confidence with the material
10=a concerted work ethic
11=inquisitiveness
12=cheerful affect
13=willingness to ask questions
14=out-of-the-box thinking
15=strong mathematical ability
16=easygoing affect
17=a focussed but cheerful approach
18=a mature and focussed approach
19=a mature, thoughtful, and upbeat energy
20=an upbeat and positive attitude
LIST: RatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=a strong
4=a firm
5=an average
6=a general
7=a satisfactory
8=a fair
9=a poor
10=a disappointing
LIST: Results
1=A+
2=A
3=A-
4=B+
5=B
6=B-
7=C+
8=C
9=C-
10=D+
11=D
12=D-
13=F
LIST: Time
1=semester
2=year
3=months
4=weeks
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
LIST: TopicsList1
1=Special Number Sets
2=Word Problems
3=Scientific Notation or Standard Form
4=Percentage Error
5=Laws of Algebra
6=Formula substitution and rearrangement
7=Quadratic Equations
8=Linear Equations
9=Sequences and Series
10=currency conversions
11=compound interest
12=descriptive statistics
13=sets and Venn diagrams
14=logic
15=probability
16=the normal distribution
17=two variable statistics
18=one variable statistics
19=Pythagoras' theorem
20=Coordinate Geometry
LIST: TopicsList2
1=perimeter, area, and volume
2=trigonometry
3=functions
4=domain and range
5=calculus
LIST: type-of-math
1=conceptual
2=computational
3=abstract
LIST: TypeofStudent
1=an able
2=an adept
3=a steady
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