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COMMENTS: 01 Opening
1=#N #hasbeen #s #to-be #a-and #extrovert #a-and #extrovert #a-and #deportment #student
2=#N #hasbeen #s #to-be #a-and #extrovert #a-and #deportment #student
3=#N #developed #a-and #extrovert #a-and #extrovert #a-and #deportment #student
4=#N #developed #a-and #extrovert #a-and #deportment #student
5=#N #hasbeen #s #to-be #a-and #introvert #a-and #introvert #a-and #deportment #student
6=#N #hasbeen #s #to-be #a-and #introvert #a-and #deportment #student
7=#N #developed #a-and #introvert #a-and #introvert #a-and #deportment #student
8=#N #developed #a-and #introvert #a-and #deportment #student
COMMENTS: 06 Attitude Positive A
1=who clearly displays talent in this subject.
2=who pays attention to explanations taking an active role in all class work.
3=whose cheerful and robust attitude towards the subject has stood #m in good stead for the challenging topics in this course.
4=who always brings a positive attitude to every lesson.
5=who clearly has great enthusiasm for this subject.
6=who always puts in a sterling effort, never failing to produce work of a consistent quality.
7=who has approached #h work this semester with a constructive and enthusiastic attitude.
8=who applies much effort to #h classwork and homework.
9=who has come equipped with an extremely enthusiastic attitude to each and every lesson.
10=who has demonstrated great application in all aspects of Mathematics, showing #e is capable of working to a high level.
11=who enjoys Mathematics, working confidently in all aspects of the subject.
12=who has shown good application in Mathematics.
13=who enjoys work in all areas of Mathematics, responding well to set tasks.
14=who has the ability as well as commitment to excel in Mathematics.
15=who has consistently shown a keen interest in Mathematics.
16=who has consistently shown #s to be polite as well as responsive to instruction in Mathematics.
17=who can be trusted to be on task with a minimum of supervision in Mathematics.
18=who puts determined effort into #h work, seeking an improvement in #h mathematical skills.
19=who has consistently sought to improve #h skills in Mathematics.
20=who has contributed constructively to the classroom atmosphere in Mathematics.
COMMENTS: 06 Attitude Positive B
1=who is keen to improve #h skills, regularly asking questions to assist #h understanding.
2=who has worked very well throughout the year, consolidating #h mathematical ability.
3=who brings a high level of commitment to #h work, developing a sound understanding of the principles covered so far.
4=who has shown, on occasions, that if the understanding of a topic or concept is not forthcoming #e will persist and seek advice.
5=who has made a genuine effort to understand the concepts of Mathematics, asking for clarification when #e has been unsure.
6=who has the ability to work independently, showing persistent effort and determination.
7=who has put in a reasonable effort in Mathematics.
8=who has shown great application in all aspects of Mathematics and is capable of working to a high level.
9=who clearly enjoys Mathematics and is confident working in all aspects of the subject.
10=who has enjoyed Mathematics and works hard, making good progress.
11=who always enjoys Mathematics lessons and has progressed steadily.
12=who always enjoys Mathematics and has made steady progress.
13=who enjoys Mathematics and works hard in this subject.
14=who enjoys working in all areas of Mathematics and shows good application.
15=who has shown good application in Mathematics, making steady progress in all areas.
COMMENTS: 07 Attitude Negative
1=whose sociable nature, at times, hinders #h attention in class, needing to be redirected toward what #e is supposed to be working on.
2=who, at times, does not always put a concerted effort into #h studies, preferring to concentrate on more social issues.
3=who, at times, has allowed #h energies to be redirected on meaningless endeavours in the classroom.
4=who, at times, has allowed #h energies to be wasted on unproductive pursuits in the classroom.
5=who, at times, struggles to maintain focus and does not complete sufficient work during class.
6=who, at times, has found it a struggle to stay focused on the task at hand in Mathematics.
7=who, at times, has struggled to maintain focus and does not complete sufficient work in Mathematics.
8=who, at times, is predisposed toward a general demeanour of disinterest in Mathematics.
9=who, at times, has adopted a general demeanour of disinterest in Mathematics.
10=who, at times, has allowed #s to be distracted from the task at hand in Mathematics.
11=whose disposition, at times, determines #h work output and quality.
12=who, at times, can be easily distracted from the task at hand.
13=who, at times, struggles to maintain focus, not completing sufficient work during class.
14=whose gregarious nature, at times, allows #m to be distracted from #h work.
15=who has not applied #s fully to #h work, being distracted on unproductive pursuits.
16=who is rarely on task, preferring to occupy #h time on wasteful pursuits.
17=who is able to achieve at a higher level, however, #e has not always put in the necessary effort.
18=who finds it a struggle to stay focused on #h work in class, preferring to waste #h energy on unrelated tasks.
COMMENTS: 08 Progress Positive
1=#E has developed into a more conscientious and confident mathematician with the quality of #h work steadily improving.
2=#E has shown great application in all aspects of this course, demonstrating that #e is capable of working to a high level.
3=#E has mastered a majority of the concepts at this level, completing assigned work with a minimum of fuss.
4=#E is keen to show that #e understands topics, performing exceptionally well in all assessments.
5=#E has a mature attitude and uses #h own initiative, having produced some excellent work in Mathematics.
6=#E has a mature approach to many aspects of #h work and shows independence, settling down to each task with a minimum of fuss.
7=#E has worked very well this semester, showing a high level of understanding, ensuing in some very pleasing marks.
8=#E has worked consistently hard this semester, taking each lesson seriously and putting in every effort in order to succeed.
9=#E has worked very hard throughout the term, consistently performing well in assessments.
10=#E has mastered many of the necessary skills required at this level and is able to use this knowledge in a variety of applications.
11=#E has made a reasonable amount of progress this year, maintaining #h exercise book with a high standard of presentation.
12=#E has developed a more confident and methodical approach toward #h learning as time has progressed.
13=#E has continued to make improvement because of #h concerted effort and diligent preparation for assessments.
14=#E works well for the majority of the time, having a measure of success in assessments.
15=#H approach to the subject, which included some difficult topics, has been quite impressive.
16=#H #Progress1 #Progress2 #Progress3
COMMENTS: 09 Progress Negative
1=#E is quick to understand concepts, spotting rules easily and can mechanically answer questions, however, problem solving has proven quite challenging.
2=#E is quick to understand concepts, spotting rules easily and can mechanically answer questions, however, #h application in project work has been minimal.
3=#E finds Mathematics somewhat difficult and will often give up on a task without even attempting to understand it.
4=Although #e has found some of the abstract topics quite challenging, #N has maintained a solid work ethic throughout the semester.
5=#E has struggled with much of the work this year, more noticeably with increasingly challenging topics.
6=#E finds Mathematics quite difficult, finding many of the topics overly challenging at this level.
7=While #e is keen to do well and exerts #s to achieve this, #h results show that #e is still developing a deeper comprehension of the concepts covered in this course.
8=Even though #e has usually worked well in class, the results indicate that #N has had difficulty in some sections of this course.
9=#E has made fairly limited progress in Mathematics, having faced difficulties in understanding some of the topics covered this year.
10=Even though #e has achieved a reasonable grade, #e is capable of attaining better results.
11=Although #e is often talkative, #N will swiftly understand new topics and gain adequate scores in assessments.
12=#E is making limited progress in Mathematics at the moment, indicated by a lack of attention in class.
13=In a number of assessments, #e has obtained a lower than expected result and has not sought advice about how to improve it.
14=#E has made reasonable overall progress this year, however, #N tends to lack confidence in #h mathematical ability.
15=#E has consistently worked well in class, even though #h grade was lower than expected.
16=#E appears only to have a fair understanding of most of the concepts in the course.
17=#E has had some difficulties trying to grasp some of the more abstract material in this subject.
18=#E has found some of the material at this level quite challenging.
19=#E has struggled to understand a number of the concepts in this subject.
20=#E sometimes struggles to understand concepts in the short time available in class.
COMMENTS: 10 Commendation
1=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation and is encouraged to maintain these exemplary outcomes in the future. Well done #N.
2=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to maintain this high level of excellence in the future. Well done #N.
3=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of intensity into the future. Well done #N.
4=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of consistency into the future. Well done #N.
5=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to continue striving for continued excellence in the future. Well done #N.
6=#N displays confidence at this level and is encouraged to maintain #h determination and this high level of excellence in the future. Well done #N.
7=#N displays confidence at this level and is encouraged to persevere in #h endeavours, striving for further development in the future. Well done #N.
8=#N is commended for #h wholehearted perseverance and is encouraged to maintain the current study patterns, in order to obtain continued success in the future. Well done #N.
9=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation; despite the lower than expected examination result, #e is encouraged to continue improving on these already satisfactory outcomes.
COMMENTS: 11 Encouragement A
1=#N has an incomplete grasp of many of the processes at this level; and is strongly encouraged to develop a rigorous and regular study routine in order to improve #h recall and depth of understanding of the concepts covered in this course.
2=For #N to succeed in this subject in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
3=#N is encouraged to make full use of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tutoring. This may help to consolidate the subject matter #N is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
4=#N does not find Mathematics an easy subject, as #h examination result has reflected. #N should be commended on #h positive attitude and continued perseverance, which may be rewarded with a higher grade in the future.
5=#N is encouraged to attempt extension work in class more regularly, as this would stretch #h abilities and increase #h rate of progress.
6=#N could profit from consolidating some of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A methodical approach, combined with a regular revision program may help #N as #e works toward achieving the desired outcomes in this subject.
7=#N is encouraged to keep persevering and strengthen #h understanding of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A systematic approach combined with a steady revision program may benefit #N as #e aims toward achieving the desired outcomes in the future.
8=#N is encouraged to continue persisting when #e finds the subject matter difficult. A methodical approach combined with regular revision may build #N's confidence as #e strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in this subject.
9=#N is encouraged to continue persisting with a methodical approach combined with regular revision, which may build #h confidence as #N strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in this subject.
10=#N is encouraged to persevere by asking for help when #e finds things difficult. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in the future.
11=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
12=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
13=#N has gained confidence this year by trying hard to overcome any difficulties and is encouraged to continue persevering in the future.
14=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e #e is encouraged to revise every week, as well as develop a more systematic approach to problem solving.
15=If #N is to achieve a higher grade in Mathematics, #e is encouraged to revise every week, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
16=#N is encouraged to concentrate on being more methodical and minimise careless errors in assessments. This may positively assist #N, as #e aspires toward attaining the best outcomes in the future.
17=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
18=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for assessments, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
19=#N is encouraged to exert more effort in the out-of-class investigations. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in the future.
20=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h work, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
COMMENTS: 11 Encouragement B
1=#N would benefit from adopting a more positive disposition toward #h studies. A disciplined approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e works toward improving these outcomes in the future.
2=For #N to make progress in the future, greater determination is needed, not succumbing to surrounding distractions. A change of attitude may significantly contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in this subject.
3=It is essential for #N to exert more effort in trying to comprehend challenging subject matter. Adopting a positive disposition may contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in this subject.
4=#N is encouraged to adopt a methodical approach and implement a structured revision program, to help consolidate the rudimentary skills needed in this subject.
5=In order to make further improvement, #N is encouraged to concentrate and listen more attentively in class. A change in attitude may significantly benefit #N, as #e strives toward achieving the optimum outcomes in the future.
6=#N is advised to engage more thoroughly by focusing on completing set tasks and implementing a rigorous revision program. A change in approach may positively help #N, as #e reaches toward the outcomes #e is capable of in the future.
7=#N is encouraged to avoid the tendency to chatter and to recognise the value of concentrated attention. A change in study habits may meaningfully assist #N, as #e works toward further success in the future.
8=#N is encouraged to develop a more positive approach toward #h work rather than succumbing to distractions. A change in attitude may significantly propel #N, as #e strives toward achieving the ideal outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: 12 APPS Sequence Test
1=#N achieved an excellent result in the Sequences Test, demonstrating #e can confidently use recursion to generate an arithmetic sequence, geometric sequence and first-order linear recurrence relations. #N can also use arithmetic, geometric sequences and first-order linear recurrence relations to model and analyse practical problems involving geometric growth and decay.
2=Furthermore, #e can generate a sequence defined by a first-order linear recurrence relation that gives long term increasing, decreasing or steady-state solutions. #N is commended for #h diligence, and is encouraged to maintain #h current study patterns in future assessments.
3=#N achieved an above average result in the Sequences Test, demonstrating #e can use recursion to generate an arithmetic sequence, geometric sequence and first-order linear recurrence relations. #N can also use arithmetic, geometric sequences and first-order linear recurrence relations to model and analyse practical problems involving geometric growth and decay.
4=Furthermore, #e can generate a sequence defined by a first-order linear recurrence relation that gives long term increasing, decreasing or steady-state solutions. However, there were a couple of instances where misunderstanding the question asked meant that #e was not able to obtain a higher mark.
5=In future assessments, #N is encouraged to carefully read through the question and underline important information that may promote greater comprehension.
6=#N achieved an average result in the Sequences Test, demonstrating #e can use recursion to generate an arithmetic sequence, geometric sequence and first-order linear recurrence relations. #N can also use arithmetic, geometric sequences and first-order linear recurrence relations to model and analyse practical problems involving geometric growth and decay.
7=However, #e struggled to understand what a first-order linear recurrence relation that gives long term increasing, decreasing or steady-state solutions. Furthermore, there were a couple of instances where misunderstanding the question asked meant that #e was not able to obtain a higher mark.
8=In future assessments, #N is encouraged to spent more time revising and seek teacher assistance. Carefully reading through the question and underlining important information may promote greater comprehension in future assessments.
COMMENTS: 9ADV Real Numbers Test
1=#N achieved an excellent result in the Real Numbers Test. #E is able to confidently solve problems involving direct proportion and simple rate problems. Furthermore #e can apply index laws to numerical expressions with integer indices as well as express numbers in scientific notation. #N is commended for #h diligence, and is encouraged to maintain #h current study patterns in future assessments.
2=#N achieved an above average result in the Real Numbers Test. #E is able to solve problems involving direct proportion and simple rate problems. Furthermore #e can apply index laws to numerical expressions with integer indices as well as express numbers in scientific notation. #N is commended for #h diligence, and is encouraged to maintain #h current study patterns in future assessments.
3=#N achieved an average result in the Real Numbers Test. #E is able to solve basic problems involving direct proportion and simple rate problems. Furthermore #e can apply index laws to numerical expressions with integer indices to simple expressions as well as write numbers in scientific notation. However, there were a couple of instances where misunderstanding the question asked meant that #e was not able to obtain a higher mark.
4=#N is encouraged to carefully read through the question and underline important information that may promote greater comprehension.
5=#N achieved a below average result in the Real Numbers Test. #E is able to solve basic problems involving direct proportion and simple rate problems. Furthermore #e can apply index laws to numerical expressions with integer indices to simple expressions as well as write numbers in scientific notation. Furthermore, there were a couple of instances where misunderstanding the question asked meant that #e was not able to obtain a higher mark.
6=#N is encouraged to spent more time revising and seek teacher assistance. Carefully reading through the question and underlining important information may promote greater comprehension in future assessments.
COMMENTS: 9MAA A Profficiency
1=#N is able to apply index laws to simplify algebraic expressions as well as accurately apply the distributive law to algebraic expressions. Furthermore, #e can confidently extract information from complex diagrams or situations involving changed conditions, and apply Pythagoras' Theorem and trigonometry to solve related problems.
2=#N is able to confidently simplify algebraic expressions from a range of authentic situations, applying the commutative law to algebraic expressions. Furthermore, #e can extract relevant information from a multi-step word problem and manipulate the formula for simple interest to calculate principal, rate or time in order to make financial decisions.
3=#N can communicate investigation findings with a comprehensive interpretation of mathematical results in the context of the investigation. Furthermore, #e can confidently extract information from complex diagrams or situations involving changed conditions, and apply Pythagoras' Theorem and trigonometry to solve related problems.
4=#N can confidently apply index laws to simplify products and quotients of expressions written in scientific notation and in real world contexts. Furthermore, #e can use efficient methods to solve problems involving surface area or volume of solids involving right prisms or cylinders, as appropriate to the situation.
5=#N can use accurate mathematical language and expressions to communicate methods and solutions to multi-step problems and provide conclusions which are related to the original question or context. Furthermore, #e is able to confidently extract information from a word problem to draw a labelled diagram to justify the existence of similar triangles, and use this information to solve real-world problems.
6=#N can use efficient methods to solve problems involving surface area or volume of solids involving right prisms or cylinders, as appropriate to the situation. Furthermore, #e can confidently extract information from complex diagrams or situations involving changed conditions, and apply Pythagoras' Theorem and trigonometry to solve related problems.
7=#N can confidently extract information from complex diagrams or situations involving changed conditions, and apply Pythagoras' Theorem and trigonometry to solve related problems. Furthermore, #e can extract relevant information from a multi-step word problem and manipulate the formula for simple interest to calculate principal, rate or time in order to make financial decisions.
8=#N can communicate investigation findings with a comprehensive interpretation of mathematical results in the context of the investigation. Furthermore, #e can extract relevant information from a multi-step word problem and manipulate the formula for simple interest to calculate principal, rate or time in order to make financial decisions.
9=#N is able to apply index laws to simplify algebraic expressions as well as accurately apply the distributive law to algebraic expressions.Furthermore, #e can extract relevant information from a multi-step word problem and manipulate the formula for simple interest to calculate principal, rate or time in order to make financial decisions.
10=#N can use accurate mathematical language and expressions to communicate methods and solutions to multi-step problems and provide conclusions which are related to the original question or context. Furthermore, #e can extract relevant information from a multi-step word problem and manipulate the formula for simple interest to calculate principal, rate or time in order to make financial decisions.
COMMENTS: 9MAA B Proficiency
1=#N can apply the index laws to simplify products and quotients of algebraic expressions, including use of the zero index and containing two or more different bases or multiple laws. Furthermore, #e can calculate the surface area or volume of any right prism or cylinder from familiar contexts.
2=#N can use information from a familiar word problem or diagram, to calculate the area of any composite shape where some of the dimensions may need to be determined. Furthermore, #e is able to access a range of mathematical concepts to communicate solutions and justify conclusions which relate to the original question or context for some non-routine problems.
3=#N is able to determine the scale factor from the ratio of sides and use it to calculate missing side lengths of the figure and use corresponding angles to determine missing angles in similar figures. Furthermore, #e can draw a labelled diagram from a familiar situation and applies Pythagorasâ€™ Theorem as well as trigonometric ratios to solve related problems.
4=#N can extract relevant information from a word problem and calculate simple interest, as well as convert large and small numbers in scientific notation to decimal form. Furthermore, #e is able to calculate the surface area or volume of any right prism or cylinder from familiar contexts.
5=#N can apply the index laws to simplify products and quotients of algebraic expressions, including use of the zero index and containing two or more different bases or multiple laws. Furthermore, #e can use Pythagoras' Theorem as well as trigonometry to calculate the lengths of unknown sides and angles in given right-angled triangles.
6=#N can accurately apply the distributive law to algebraic expressions, including simple expressions generated from an authentic context. Furthermore, #e is able to calculate the surface area or volume of any right prism or cylinder from familiar contexts.
7=#N is able to accurately apply the distributive law to algebraic expressions, including simple expressions generated from an authentic context. Furthermore #e can establish the similarity of a given pair of similar triangles using the appropriate method of proof and mathematical language.
8=#N can use Pythagoras' Theorem to calculate the lengths of unknown sides in given right-angled triangles. Furthermore #e is able to draw a labelled diagram from a simple and familiar situations and apply trigonometry to solve real-world problems.
COMMENTS: MeasuremenTestTopics
1=solve problems involving regular surface area andÂ volume for a range of prisms and cylinders;
2=solve problems involving composite solids;
3=interpret worded questions successfully and calculate the solution accurately;
COMMENTS: Mentor Academic Encouragement 1
1=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to continue striving for greater success in the future.
2=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to maintain this high level of excellence in the future.
3=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of consistency into the future.
4=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this intensity into the future.
5=#N displays confidence in #h core subjects and is encouraged to maintain #h determination, which may contribute to continued success in the future.
6=#N displays confidence in #h core subjects and is encouraged to persevere in #h endeavours, striving for further development in #h studies.
7=#N is commended for #h wholehearted perseverance and is encouraged to maintain the current study patterns, in order to obtain continued success in the future.
8=#N is encouraged to continue with the wholehearted approach and current study habits, striving for the desired outcomes in #h studies.
9=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation and is encouraged to continue improving on these already satisfactory outcomes.
10=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation; despite some lower than expected results, #e is encouraged to continue improving on these already satisfactory outcomes.
11=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation and is encouraged to maintain these exemplary outcomes into the future.
12=For #N to succeed in #h studies in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
13=For #N to succeed in #h studies in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
14=#N is encouraged to make full use of the teaching resources available in class, on line and after school tutoring. This may help to consolidate the subject matter #N is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
15=#N is encouraged to act on the feedback #e is given by #h teachers, as this would consolidate the subject matter #e is having difficulties with and increase #h rate of progress.
16=#N could profit from consolidating some of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A methodical approach, combined with a regular revision program may help #N as #e works toward achieving the desired outcomes in #h studies.
17=#N is encouraged to keep persevering and strengthen #h understanding of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A systematic approach combined with a steady revision program may benefit #N as #e aims toward achieving the desired outcomes in the future.
18=#N is encouraged to continue persisting when #e finds the subject matter difficult. A methodical approach combined with regular revision may build #N's confidence as #e strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in #h studies.
19=#N is encouraged to continue persisting with a methodical approach combined with regular revision, which may build #h confidence as #N strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in #h studies.
20=#N is encouraged to persevere by asking for help when #e finds things difficult. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: Mentor Academic Encouragement 2
1=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
2=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
3=#N has gained confidence this year by trying hard to overcome any difficulties and is encouraged to continue persevering in the future.
4=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e #e is encouraged to revise every week, as well as develop a more systematic approach in #h studies.
5=If #N is to achieve the desired grades in #h studies, #e is encouraged to revise every week, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
6=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
7=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for assessments, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
8=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h studies, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
9=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h studies, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
10=#N would benefit from adopting a more positive disposition toward #h studies. A disciplined approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e works toward improving these outcomes in the future.
11=For #N to make progress in the future, greater determination is needed, not succumbing to surrounding distractions. A change of attitude may significantly contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
12=It is essential for #N to exert more effort in trying to comprehend challenging subject matter. Adopting a positive disposition may contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
13=#N is encouraged to adopt a methodical approach and implement a structured revision program, to help consolidate the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
14=In order to make further improvement, #N is encouraged to concentrate and listen more attentively in #h classes. A change in attitude may significantly benefit #N, as #e strives toward achieving the optimum outcomes in the future.
15=#N is advised to engage more thoroughly by focusing on completing set tasks and implementing a rigorous revision program. A change in approach may positively help #N, as #e reaches toward the outcomes #e is capable of in the future.
16=#N is encouraged to avoid the tendency to chatter and to recognise the value of concentrated attention. A change in study habits may meaningfully assist #N, as #e works toward further success in the future.
17=#N is encouraged to develop a more positive approach toward #h work rather than succumbing to distractions. A change in attitude may significantly propel #N, as #e strives toward achieving the ideal outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: Mentor Academic Progress
1=#N has achieved very solid results in #h subjects, particularly in #Subject. This is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e exhibits towards #h studies.
2=#N's academic progress has been exceptional across the curriculum with some well deserved results in #h core subjects. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
3=#N's academic results are excellent in a breadth of subjects and #h teachers continue to be impressed by #h diligence, and increasing determination.
4=#N is to be commended for #h efforts in achieving excellent results in #Subject and is encouraged to take a similar disciplined approach toward #h other subjects.
5=#N has maintained good academic standing in the College this year and this is very pleasing given the high level of the subjects studied. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
6=#N has achieved positive outcomes for #h core and elective subjects this year, particularly in #Subject.
7=#N has produced some very good results this year and this is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e puts towards each task. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
8=#N has produced admirable results this year and this is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e exhibits towards #h studies. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
9=#N has produced some admirable results this year and this is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e exhibits towards #h studies.
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11=#N has performed reasonably well academically, particularly in #Subject, however, #h grade #Subject in was well deserved.
12=#N has achieved some reasonable grades across #h subjects, particularly in #Subject, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
13=#N's overall academic results are satisfactory with a clear preference and skill for #Subject, where #h grade was well deserved.
14=#N's overall academic results are satisfactory with a clear preference for #Subject, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
15=#N has achieved satisfactory results across #h core subjects, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
16=#N has achieved satisfactory results across all the core subjects. #E experienced some difficulties with the #Subject course, however, #h grade in #Subject was well deserved.
17=Academically, #N has struggled with some of #h subjects particularly in #Subject, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
18=The consensus among #N's teachers is that #e has great potential but has a proclivity not to fully apply #s to the task at hand.
19=#N has obtained satisfactory results across #h core subjects, however, the results #e obtained for #Subject indicates #e experienced some difficulties.
20=#N has received a number of pastoral care entries from #h teachers for not completing homework on time, which is perhaps an area of focus that could help #m improve in #Subject.
COMMENTS: Mentor Closing
1=As #N progresses into Year 11, I encourage #m to set some specific goals, both academic and non-academic, as this can give #m a focused approach and purpose for exerting #s at the college.
2=As #N progresses into Year 11, I encourage #m to maintain the specific goals, both academic and non-academic, as this can give #m a focused approach and purpose for exerting #s at the college.
3=As #N progresses into Year 11, my prayer is, that #e will continue to seek wisdom and guidance in the future and enter into the full potential of #h God given gifts.
4=It has been a pleasure being #N's Mentor Group teacher over the past year and I exhort #m to discover God's favour and blessing as #e progresses into Year 11.
5=I pray that #N will find the courage to be all that God wants #m to be and that #e will draw strength from God's grace as #e progresses into Year 11.
6=My prayer for #N is from the encouraging words of Isaiah, "But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint."
7=My prayer for #N is to continue discovering God's favour and blessing on #m life and establish the work of God's hands is all #h future endeavours.
8=My prayer for #N, as #e progresses into Year 11, is to trust in God's guidance and not to depend on #h own understanding, also, to continue seeking God's will in all #h endeavours, and allow God to show #m which path to take.
9=My prayer for #N is from the encouraging words of Romans, "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in #m, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit."
10=I leave #N with these final words of encouragement from Philippians, "And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue #h work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns."
11=I would like to leave #N with these final words of encouragement from the Book of Isaiah, "Those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint."
12=I would like to leave #N with these final words of encouragement from the Book of Isaiah, "Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."
13=I leave #N with these final words of encouragement from Joshua, "Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go."
14=I would like to leave #N with these final words of encouragement from Psalm 37, "Take delight in the Lord, and #e will give you the desires of your heart."
15=I would like to leave #N with these final words of encouragement from Psalm 37, "The LORD makes firm the steps of the one who delights in #m; though #e may stumble, #e will not fall, for the LORD upholds #m with #h hand."
16=I would like to leave #N with these final words of encouragement from Jeremiah, "'For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the LORD, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart."
17=I leave #N with these final words of encouragement from Deuteronomy 3, "It is the LORD who goes before you. (He) will be with you; (He) will not leave you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed."
COMMENTS: Mentor Demenour
1=#N has emerging leadership skills, which are evident in our Mentor Group class which hopefully will develop further next year as part of the leadership team.
2=#N shows great potential in all #e puts #h mind to and I have no doubt #e can achieve great success over #h time at the College.
3=#N is an active participant in Mentor Group discussions and is not afraid to express #h opinion fully and frankly.
4=#N has made the most of many opportunities during #h time at Swan Christian College.
5=#N has been a respected and valuable member of our Mentor Group class, earning the respect #e deserves not only from #h peers but also #h teachers.
6=#N has not really broadened #h contact group in Mentor Group and I would encourage #m to widen #h interactions.
7=#N's great sense of humour and friendly disposition are always a welcome addition.
8=#N's great sense of humour and fun loving disposition are always a welcome addition.
9=#N's down to earth approach and friendly disposition are always a welcome addition in the classroom.
10=#N demonstrated a warm and personable demeanour, was polite and respectful to #h teachers, and exhibited a particularly caring nature. This compassionate quality was evident in the way #N supported our Mentor Group sponsor child with regular donations.
11=#N participates well in all activities especially in #h generous giving in order to raise funds for our Mentor Group sponsor child.
12=#N has been an excellent Mentor Group Representative and I would like to recognise all #m efforts and support this year.
13=#N has been active in arranging activities in order to raise funds for our Mentor Group sponsor child.
14=#N has established #s as a very integral participant, broadening #h circle of influence, not only in the Mentor Group but also in the college community.
15=#N has developed positive relationships not only with #h peers but also other members in the group.
16=#N is broadening #h circle of companions in the year group and has a positive impact on those around #m.
17=#N makes friends readily and is an excellent mentor for the younger students in our class
18=#N has been mostly polite and well behaved in Mentor Class, however, in other classes, at times, immature behaviours demonstrate a lack of respect for others, including #h teachers.
COMMENTS: Mentor Deportment
1=#E was always presented immaculately College uniform and #e was always punctual to Mentor Group.
2=#E is punctual and always presents #s impeccably.
3=#E always upholds the dress and behaviour standards of the College.
4=#E has endeavoured to follow the College Uniform Policy and consistently adheres to the College Code of Behaviour.
5=#E has made a consistent effort to uphold the College Code of Behaviour and Uniform Policy this year.
6=#E is on time and presents #s impeccably during Mentor Group at all times.
7=#E is always well groomed at the College and participates well in Mentor Group activities.
8=#E has usually come to school well groomed and in a punctual manner.
9=#H attendance record is impressive and #h uniform is worn with pride.
10=#E has always remained well-groomed at the College and participates enthusiastically in Mentor Group activities.
11=#E is always punctual and willing to make prompt adjustments to #h uniform when requested.
COMMENTS: Mentor Extra Curricular
1=#E is a keen sports person who has produced fantastic results for Bennett in the swimming and cross-country this year; in doing this #e set an excellent example for students in the younger years.
2=#E is a keen sports person who has produced fantastic results for Bennett in the Inter-House netball and cross-country this year; in doing this #e set an excellent example for students in the younger years. #H sporting commitments extend outside the school in #h local Club and is to be congratulated on winning a coveted trophy.
3=#E has energetically participated in all house carnivals, and was richly rewarded by achieving fantastic results in the #Sports competition.
4=#E is to be commended for #m efforts in supporting Bennett House this year, particularly for #h participation in the Swimming and Athletics Carnivals.
5=#E is an active and skilled sports person and is to be congratulated on #h achievements in #h local #Sports club winning coveted awards.
6=#E is also an active and skilled sports person and is to be congratulated on achievements in #h local #Sports club attaining coveted trophies.
7=#H sporting commitments extend outside the school in #h local #Sports club and is to be congratulated on #h achievements of winning coveted trophies.
8=#N has represented Bennett regularly and performed well at the #Sports competition. It's important to continue to look for other co-curricular opportunities at school to help broaden #h experiences, interests and relationships.
9=#E hasn't been involved much in House or other co-curricular activities this year, and I would encourage #N to look for some areas of interest #e could participate in next year. Being involved in co-curricular activities can help bring balance to #h school life and expand #h experiences, interests and relationships.
10=It was pleasing to see #N participate in the #Sports competition this year and I encourage #m to look for some other extra-curricular areas of interest #e could participate in next year. Being involved in extra-curricular activities can help bring balance to #h school life and expand #m experiences, interests and relationships.
11=#E is very keen to show #h talents as a gifted musician showcasing #h talents for the school.
12=#E has also been an active participant in interhouse activities, particularly in the college drama productions.
COMMENTS: Mentor Opening
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12=#N #hasbeen #s #to-be #a-and #introvert #a-and #deportment #student
13=#N #developed #a-and #introvert #a-and #deportment #student
COMMENTS: Test Able to
1=#E was able to
2=#E was confidently able to
3=#E was successfully able to
4=#E particularly displayed confidence in being able to
COMMENTS: Test Commended
1=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to continue striving for greater success in future assessments.
2=#N is commended for #h wholehearted preparation and is encouraged to continue with #h current study patterns to ensure further success in future assessments.
3=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to maintain this high level of excellence in the future.
4=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of consistency into the future.
5=#N is commended for #h wholehearted perseverance and is encouraged to maintain the current study patterns, in order to obtain continued success in the future.
COMMENTS: Test Directly related to
1=This may have been directly related to the dedication and diligence #e put in by practising questions from the revision booklet, as well as preparing an excellent set of revision notes.
2=This may have been to #h ability to work independently, showing persistent effort and determination.
3=This may have been to directly related to taking advantage of the revision time given, preparing an excellent set of revision notes, as well as seeking teacher assistance to clarify concepts #e was unsure of.
4=This may have been a result of finding some of the abstract concepts that were tested somewhat challenging.
5=This may have been a result of finding many of the abstract concepts that were tested quite challenging.
6=This may have been a consequence of not taking an advantage of the revision time given, not preparing an adequate set of revision notes as well as not seeking teacher assistance to clarify concepts #e was unsure of.
7=This may have been directly related to mediocre dedication and diligence #e put in by not practising questions from the revision booklet, as well as not preparing an adequate set of revision notes.
8=This may have been due to the struggles #e has to maintain focus, occasionally not completing sufficient work during class.
9=This may have been directly related to the dedication and diligence #e put into the preparatory work for the take home section.
COMMENTS: Test Encouraged
1=#N demonstrated an incomplete grasp of many of the processes in this assessment; and is strongly encouraged to develop a rigorous and regular study routine in order to improve #h recall and depth of understanding.
2=For #N to succeed in this subject in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
3=#N is encouraged to make full use of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tutoring. This may help to consolidate the subject matter #N is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in future assessments.
4=#N does not find Mathematics an easy subject, as #h examination result has reflected. #N should be commended on #h positive attitude and continued perseverance, which may be rewarded with a higher grade in the future.
5=#N could profit from consolidating some of the subject matter with which #e struggled with in this assessment. A methodical approach, combined with a regular revision program may help #N as #e works toward achieving the desired outcomes in future assessments.
6=#N is encouraged to keep persevering and strengthen #h understanding of the subject matter with which #e struggled with in this assessment. A systematic approach combined with a steady revision program may benefit #N as #e aims toward achieving the desired outcomes in the future.
7=#N is encouraged to continue persisting when #e finds the subject matter difficult. A methodical approach combined with regular revision may build #N's confidence as #e strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in future assessments.
8=#N is encouraged to continue persisting with a methodical approach combined with regular revision, which may build #h confidence as #N strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in future assessments.
9=#N is encouraged to persevere by asking for help when #e finds things difficult. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in future assessments.
10=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
11=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
12=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e is encouraged to revise well before the assessment date as well as develop a more systematic approach to problem solving.
13=If #N is to achieve a higher grade in future assessments, #e is encouraged to revise well before the assessment date, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
14=#N is encouraged to concentrate on being more methodical and minimise careless errors in future assessments. This may positively assist #N, as #e aspires toward attaining the best outcomes.
15=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for future assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
16=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for this assessment, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
17=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h work, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
18=#N is encouraged to persevere with some of the abstract concepts #e struggles with by asking for more teacher guidance in future take-home preparation tasks.
19=#N is encouraged to spent more time revising and seek teacher assistance. Carefully reading through the question and underlining important information may promote greater comprehension in future assessments.
20=#N did not find this assessment easy, as #h result reflected. #N should be commended on #h positive attitude and continued perseverance, which may be rewarded with a higher grade in the future.
COMMENTS: Test Furthermore,
1=Furthermore, there were a couple of instances where misunderstanding the question asked meant that #e was not able to obtain a higher mark.
2=Furthermore, there were a couple of instances where careless errors meant that #e was not able to obtain a higher mark.
COMMENTS: Test However,
1=However, #e struggled with with how to
2=However, #e had some difficulty understanding how to
3=However, #e had some difficulties with how to
COMMENTS: Test Opening
1=#N achieved an excellent result in the #TestNames.
2=#N achieved an above average result in the #TestNames.
3=#N achieved an average result in the #TestNames.
4=#N achieved a below average result in the #TestNames.
COMMENTS: Test Topics
1=solve simple and complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations; solve problems involving similar triangles; simple and compound interest as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
2=solve simple algebraic equations and answer questions similar triangles; simple and compound interest as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
3=solve simple algebraic equations and answer rudimentary questions on simple and compound interest.
4=solve simple algebraic equations as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
5=solve complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations as well as similar triangles.
6=solve complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
7=solve complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations as well as calculate problems involving compound interest.
COMMENTS: Test Topics Year 10 Exam
1=solve simple and complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations; solve problems involving similar triangles; simple and compound interest as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
2=solve simple algebraic equations and answer questions similar triangles; simple and compound interest as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
3=solve simple algebraic equations and answer rudimentary questions on simple and compound interest.
4=solve simple algebraic equations as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
5=solve complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations as well as similar triangles.
6=solve complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of 3 dimensional solids.
7=solve complex algebraic equations and answer questions involving linear equations as well as calculate problems involving compound interest.
COMMENTS: Test Topics Year 2 Test 2
1=solve simple and complex problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios; expand and simplify algebraic expressions; calculate the perimeter, area as well as calculate the total surface area and volume of simple and complex 3 dimensional solids; solve simple as well as complex problems involving linear equations.
2=solve simple problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios; calculate the total surface area and volume of simple 3 dimensional solids; solve simple problems involving linear equations.
3=solve complex problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios; calculate the total surface area and volume of complex 3 dimensional solids; solve complex problems involving linear equations.
4=solve simple problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios; calculate the total surface area and volume of simple 3 dimensional solids;
5=solve simple problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios; solve simple problems involving linear equations.
6=calculate the total surface area and volume of simple 3 dimensional solids; solve simple problems involving linear equations.
7=solve complex problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios;
8=calculate the total surface area and volume of complex 3 dimensional solids;
9=solve complex problems involving linear equations.
COMMENTS: TRA07: Academic 1--part2
1=#N has made it a goal to improve on #h grades next year and I strongly encourage #m to ask for assistance when #e doesn't understand a concept and establish a homework study plan in order to do this.
2=#N's academic results have been satisfactory. A more consistent approach and the asking for help could improve on these current outcomes. #E could also benefit from establishing a regular homework program and possibly extra assistance in
COMMENTS: TRA08: Academic 2--part2
1=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
2=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
3=#N has gained confidence this year by trying hard to overcome any difficulties and is encouraged to continue persevering in the future.
4=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e he is encouraged to revise every week, as well as develop a more systematic approach in #h studies.
5=If #N is to achieve the desired grades in #h studies, #e is encouraged to revise every week, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
6=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
7=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for assessments, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
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9=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h studies, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
10=#N would benefit from adopting a more positive disposition toward #h studies. A disciplined approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e works toward improving these outcomes in the future.
11=For #N to make progress in the future, greater determination is needed, not succumbing to surrounding distractions. A change of attitude may significantly contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
12=It is essential for #N to exert more effort in trying to comprehend challenging subject matter. Adopting a positive disposition may contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
13=#N is encouraged to adopt a methodical approach and implement a structured revision program, to help consolidate the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
14=In order to make further improvement, #N is encouraged to concentrate and listen more attentively in #h classes. A change in attitude may significantly benefit #N, as #e strives toward achieving the optimum outcomes in the future.
15=#N is advised to engage more thoroughly by focusing on completing set tasks and implementing a rigorous revision program. A change in approach may positively help #N, as #e reaches toward the outcomes #e is capable of in the future.
16=#N is encouraged to avoid the tendency to chatter and to recognise the value of concentrated attention. A change in study habits may meaningfully assist #N, as #e works toward further success in the future.
17=#N is encouraged to develop a more positive approach toward #h work rather than succumbing to distractions. A change in attitude may significantly propel #N, as #e strives toward achieving the ideal outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: Triangles Trig Topics
1=apply logical reasoning, including the use of similarity, to proofs and numerical exercises involving triangles;
2=solve simple right-angled triangle problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios, including those involving direction and angles of elevation and depression.
3=solve complex right-angled triangle problems using Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios, including those involving direction and angles of elevation and depression.
LIST: a-and
1=
2=,
3=a
4=an
5=and
LIST: Deportment
1=well-mannered
2=polite
3=courteous
4=well-presented
5=delightful
6=likable
7=confident
8=teachable
9=industrious
10=meticulous
11=conscientious
12=focused
13=attentive
14=responsive
15=enthusiastic
16=keen
17=brilliant
18=intelligent
19=gifted
20=outstanding
LIST: developed
1=has developed into
2=has matured into
LIST: Extrovert
1=cheerful
2=bright
3=vivacious
4=vibrant
5=expressive
6=charismatic
7=exuberant
8=outgoing
9=convivial
10=friendly
11=congenial
12=gregarious
13=sociable
14=vocal
15=talkative
16=loquacious
17=garrulous
18=boisterous
19=jovial
LIST: has
1=has been
2=has shown
3=has proven
4=has presented
5=has established
6=has developed
7=has matured
8=is a new addition to this class.
9=is a new addition to this class.
LIST: hasbeen
1=has been
2=has shown
3=has proven
4=has presented
5=has established
6=has developed into
7=has matured into
8=is a new addition to this class.
9=is a new addition to this class.
LIST: Introvert
1=affable
2=sensible
3=unobtrusive
4=reserved
5=unassuming
6=pleasant
7=easy-going
8=introspective
9=thoughtful
10=demure
11=contemplative
12=reflective
13=circumspect
14=cordial
15=unassertive
16=intelligent
17=mercurial
LIST: Progress1
1=effort to overcome difficulties in comprehension,
2=consistent approach,
3=concerted effort,
4=approach to problem-solving,
LIST: Progress2
1=combined with a diligent work ethic,
2=combined with a determination to complete set tasks,
3=which included some difficult topics,
LIST: Progress3
1=has been rewarded with a satisfying result.
2=has produced some outstanding results.
3=has yielded excellent progress.
4=has yielded abundant dividends.
5=has produced some pleasing results.
6=has occasioned steady progress.
7=has resulted in satisfactory progress.
8=has occasioned reasonable progress.
LIST: Sports
1=netball
2=basketball
3=swimming
4=soccer
5=football
6=volleyball
7=Inter-House netball
8=cross-country
9=Athletics Carnival
10=Swimming Carnival
LIST: student
1=student,
2=Mathematics student,
3=member of our class,
4=member of our Mentor Group.
5=member of Bennett 1 Mentor Group.
6=Mentor Group member.
LIST: Subject
1=Mathematics
2=Science
3=HASS
4=English
5=Drama
6=Dance
7=Interactive Digital Technologies
8=Design Graphics
9=Media Arts
10=Visual Arts
11=Engineering Studies
12=Physical Education
13=Outdoor Education
14=Specialist Netball
15=Specialist Netball
16=Health Education
17=Food Science and Technology
18=Textiles
19=Japanese
20=French
LIST: TestNames
1=Similar Triangles, Pythagoras and Trigonometry Test.
2=The Semester 1 Exam
3=Non-Calculator section of the Exam
4=Calculator section of the Exam
5=End of Term Test
LIST: TestTopics
1=Algebraic Expressions
2=Solving Similar Triangles
3=Simple and Compound Interest
4=Solving Linear Equations
5=Total Surface Area and Volume
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: to-be
1=to be
2=into
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