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/* Subjects: Mathematics (Maths)
COMMENTS: ATL Comments Sem 1 - 2017
1=In #Maths-Sciences, #N #ATL1-Improvement comes prepared to class with the appropriate resources. #E #ATL1-Improvement uses different organizing devices to set goals, monitors progress and completes #e work within the set time period.
2=#N #ATL1-Improvement demonstrates adequate organizational skills. Keeping a written record of assigned tasks and due dates will help #m to meet deadlines more consistently and bring the necessary materials to class.
3=#N #ATL1-Improvement remains actively engaged in learning, #e is encouraged to avoid distractions by making improved choices concerning #h working environment.
4=#N #ATL1-Improvement remains engaged in learning, #e is encouraged to avoid distractions by taking an active role in class and adopt a variety of roles in group situations.
5=#N has #ATL1-Improvement demonstrated a good attitude towards learning. #ATL3-transition #h willingness to seek help and clarify requirements and expectations will help #m to achieve #h potential.
6=#N #ATL1-Improvement follows instructions. To improve #h understanding #e should #ATL4-Improvements.
7=When working independently, #N can #ATL1-Improvement be relied upon to stay on-task. Creating a plan and predicting length of task before #e starts, as well as use observations to make changes to #h plan when necessary will help #m stay more on task.
8=When working independently, #N can #ATL2-Good be relied upon to stay on-task. Creating a plan and predicting length of task before #e starts, as well as use observations to make changes to #h plan when necessary will help #m stay more on task and improve the quality of #h work.
9=#N can #ATL2-Good be relied upon to complete tasks on time. Predicting length of task before #e starts and using observations to adjust how quickly task is being completed will help #m complete more tasks on time with a higher quality of work.
10=#N can #ATL1-Improvement be relied upon to complete tasks on time. Predicting length of task before #e starts and using observations to adjust how quickly task is being completed will help #m complete more tasks on time.
11=#N has difficulty working effectively in groups, #e can improve this by developing collaboration strategies and using mindful language to help #m work productively in groups situations.
12=#N #ATL3-transition inclusive leadership skills by encouraging students with a variety of skill levels and attitudes to participate actively in group settings.
COMMENTS: ATL Comments Sem 2 - 2019
1=In #Maths-Sciences, #N #ATL1-Improvement comes prepared to class with the appropriate resources. #E #ATL1-Improvement uses different organizing devices to set goals, monitors progress and completes #e work within the set time period.
2=#N #ATL1-Improvement demonstrates adequate organizational skills. Keeping a written record of assigned tasks and due dates will help #m to meet deadlines more consistently and bring the necessary materials to class.
3=#N #ATL1-Improvement remains actively engaged in learning, #e is encouraged to avoid distractions by making improved choices concerning #h working environment.
4=#N #ATL1-Improvement remains engaged in learning, #e is encouraged to avoid distractions by taking an active role in class and adopt a variety of roles in group situations.
5=#N has #ATL1-Improvement demonstrated a good attitude towards learning. #ATL3-transition #h willingness to seek help and clarify requirements and expectations will help #m to achieve #h potential.
6=#N #ATL1-Improvement follows instructions. To improve #h understanding #e should #ATL4-Improvements.
7=When working independently, #N can #ATL1-Improvement be relied upon to stay on-task. Creating a plan and predicting length of task before #e starts, as well as use observations to make changes to #h plan when necessary will help #m stay more on task.
8=When working independently, #N can #ATL2-Good be relied upon to stay on-task. Creating a plan and predicting length of task before #e starts, as well as use observations to make changes to #h plan when necessary will help #m stay more on task and improve the quality of #h work.
9=#N can #ATL2-Good be relied upon to complete tasks on time. Predicting length of task before #e starts and using observations to adjust how quickly task is being completed will help #m complete more tasks on time with a higher quality of work.
10=Use and interpret a range of discipline-specific terms and symbols can #ATL1-Improvement be relied upon to complete tasks on time. Predicting length of task before #e starts and using observations to adjust how quickly task is being completed will help #m complete more tasks on time.
11=#N has difficulty working effectively in groups, #e can improve this by developing collaboration strategies and using mindful language to help #m work productively in groups situations.
12=#N #ATL3-transition inclusive leadership skills by encouraging students with a variety of skill levels and attitudes to participate actively in group settings.
13=#N is able to use and interpret a range of discipline-specific terms and symbols.
14=#N Plan short- and long-term assignments; meet deadlines tic
15=#N Create plans to prepare for summative assessments (examinations and performances) Keep and use a weekly planner for assignments • Set goals that are challenging and realis
16=#N Plan strategies and take action to achieve personal and academic goals
17=#N Bring necessary equipment and supplies to class
18=#N Keep an organized and logical system of information files/notebooks • Use appropriate strategies for organizing complex information
19=#N Understand and use sensory learning preferences (learning styles)
20=#N Select and use technology effectively and productively
COMMENTS: Math Strengths Semester 1
1=#E #strengthssem1a copes with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=#E #strengthssem1b copes with the pace of the class but puts in extra effort as needed.
3=#E is #strengthssem1c willing to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
4=#E displays #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
5=#E has #strengthssem1d ability to communicate mathematically and #h notebook is well structured and neat.
6=#E is able to consistently take structures presented in class and apply them when answering unfamiliar questions.
7=#E has #qualifiers4 understanding of #mathskills and is capable transferring this knowledge into other areas of maths.
8=#E #ATL challenge #s and try multiple methods to solve all complex problems
9=#E is able to select and apply appropriate mathematics when answering questions of various contexts in familiar and unfamiliar situations.
COMMENTS: Math Strengths Semester 1 - 2017
1=#E #strengthssem1a copes with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=#E #strengthssem1b copes with the pace of the class but puts in extra effort as needed.
3=#E is #strengthssem1c willing to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
4=#E displays #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
5=#E has #strengthssem1d ability to communicate mathematically and #h notebook is well structured and neat.
6=#E is able to consistently take structures presented in class and apply them when answering unfamiliar questions.
7=#E has #qualifiers4 understanding of #mathskills and is capable of transferring this knowledge into other areas of maths.
COMMENTS: Math Strengths Semester 1 - 2020
1=#E #strengthssem1a copes with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=#E #strengthssem1b copes with the pace of the class but puts in extra effort as needed.
3=#E is #strengthssem1c willing to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
4=#E displays #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
5=#E has #strengthssem1d ability to communicate mathematically and #h notebook is well structured and neat.
6=#E is able to consistently select and apply appropriate mathematics when solving problems in familiar unfamiliar situations with various contexts.
7=#E has #qualifiers4 understanding of #mathskills and is capable of transferring this knowledge into other areas of maths.
8=#E #strengthssem1b to follow instructions in class and actively participates in-class activities.
9=#E is able to consistently select and apply appropriate mathematics when solving problems in familiar situations.
COMMENTS: Math Strengths Semester 1 2021
1=#E #strengthssem1a copes with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=#E #strengthssem1b copes with the pace of the class but puts in extra effort as needed.
3=#E is #strengthssem1c willing to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
4=#E displays #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
5=#E has #strengthssem1d ability to communicate mathematically and #h notebook is well structured and neat.
6=#E is able to consistently take structures presented in class and apply them when answering unfamiliar questions.
7=#E has #qualifiers4 understanding of #mathskills and is capable transferring this knowledge into other areas of maths.
8=#E #ATL challenge #s and try multiple methods to solve all complex problems
9=#E is able to select and apply appropriate mathematics when answering questions of various contexts in familiar and unfamiliar situations.
COMMENTS: Maths Improvements Semester 1
1=To improve, #N should be sure to use the structures presented in class #mathsimprovementsa. This will ensure #e applies them when answering assigned questions.
2=#N #mathsimprovementsa uses the structures presented in class but needs to practice applying them in unfamiliar situations. This will prepare #m to achieve at the higher levels.
3=#N has found the concept of #mathskills difficult to understand. #mathsimprovementsb would help #m improve #h understanding of this concept.
4=#N's mathematical knowledge is solid, but #e finds it difficult to transfer #h understanding to tasks for some criteria.
5=#N should focus on systematically and accurately communicating #h mathematical thinking.
6=#N finds the pace of class difficult which affects #h ability to follow the concepts being taught in class. #mathsimprovementsb would help improve understanding and increase success.
7=#N demonstrates a limited willingness to engage in class discussions. Being more active in class should help #m have a deeper understanding of the concept being taught.
8=#N is encouraged to use ARE time or after-school math help sessions on Tuesday and Thursday to consolidate #h fundamental knowledge.
9=#N is recommended to practice math terms using quizlet in regular base and take opportunity to explain questions in class to improve #h communication skills.
10=#N is suggested to highlight #h mistakes every time to remind #m not to make the same mistake next time.
11=#N is encouraged to ask help when #e doesn't understand the concept completely and clarify with the teacher for questions about homework. This will help #m to have a deeper understanding of concepts and apply knowledge to solve problems in unfamiliar situations.
12=Finishing homework on time and asking teacher for help about any questions #e doesn't understand will help #m understand the concepts more thoroughly and have a deeper understanding between concepts
13=#N is encouraged to do challenging tasks each time to practice #h critical thinking skills, this will help #m solve problems in unfamiliar situations.
14=#N is encouraged to do challenging worksheet for homework to prepare #s to solve problems in more complex situations and unfamiliar situations. This will help #m achieve at higher levels.
COMMENTS: Maths Improvements Semester 1 - 2017
1=To improve, #N should be sure to use the structures presented in class #mathsimprovementsa. This will ensure #e applies them when answering assigned questions.
2=#N #mathsimprovementsa uses the structures presented in class but needs to practice applying them in unfamiliar situations. This will prepare #m to achieve at the higher levels.
3=#N #mathsimprovementsa uses the structures presented in class but needs to practice applying them in both familiar and unfamiliar situations. This will prepare #m to achieve at the higher levels.
4=#N has found the concept of #mathskills difficult to understand. #mathsimprovementsb would help #m improve #h understanding of this concept.
5=#N's mathematical knowledge is solid, but #e finds it difficult to transfer #h understanding to tasks for some criteria. Asking clarifying questions on assessment tasks would help #h better understand the problems.
6=#N should focus on systematically and accurately communicating #h mathematical thinking. More effort reviewing mathematical vocabulary would help #h ability to communicate.
7=#N finds the pace of class difficult which affects #h ability to follow the concepts being taught in class. #mathsimprovementsb would help improve understanding and increase success.
8=#N demonstrates a limited willingness to engage in class discussions. Being more active in class should help #m have a deeper understanding of the concept being taught.
9=#N has done very well in Mathematics this semester. #E should continue #h good maths practices to ensure continued success.
10=#N is encouraged to show details in a logical structure when solving challenging questions in unfamiliar situations. #E has demonstrated #h skills in making flipgrid video, please keep this practice to develop #h skills in this area.
COMMENTS: Maths Opening Semester 1
1=MATH: #N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=MATH: #N shows #openingmathsem1 willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
3=MATH: #N displays #openingmathsem1 ability to organize #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
4=MATH: #N #openingmathsem1b an ability to communicate mathematically, and #h notebook is well organized and neat.
5=MATH: #N demonstrates #openingmathsem1c willingness to engage in class activities and discussions. However, #e is #openingmathsem1d unprepared with responses related to the concept being discussed in class.
6=MATH: #N demonstrates #openingmathsem1c willingness to engage in class activities and discussions. #E is #openingmathsem1e prepared with responses related to the concept being discussed in class.
7=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and actively participate in-class discussions.
8=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to follow instructions in class and shows positive learning attitude.
9=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and displays #openingmathsem1 ability to follow in-class instructions.
10=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to follow instruction in class and is actively engaged in-class activities and discussions.
11=#N shows a solid understanding of #mathskills and strong ability to follow instructions in class.
12=#N is able to finish math homework on time consistently and #h notebook is well organized and neat.
COMMENTS: Maths Opening Semester 1 2020
1=MATH: #N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=MATH: #N shows #openingmathsem1 willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
3=MATH: #N displays #openingmathsem1 ability to organize #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
4=MATH: #N #openingmathsem1b an ability to communicate mathematically, and #h notebook is well organized and neat.
5=MATH: #N demonstrates #openingmathsem1c willingness to engage in class activities and discussions. However, #e is #openingmathsem1d unprepared with responses related to the concept being discussed in class.
6=MATH: #N demonstrates #openingmathsem1c willingness to engage in class activities and discussions. #E is #openingmathsem1e prepared with responses related to the concept being discussed in class.
7=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and actively participate in-class discussions.
8=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and shows positive learning attitude.
9=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and displays #openingmathsem1 ability to follow in-class instructions.
10=#N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and is actively engaged in-class activities and discussions.
11=#N is able to finish math homework on time consistently and #h notebook is well organized and neat.
12=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations
13=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in familiar situations and generally solve these problems correctly in a variety of contexts.
14=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations and generally solve these problems correctly in a variety of contexts.
15=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving simple problems in familiar situations and generally solve these problems correctly in certain contexts.
16=#N is able to select and apply mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover complex patterns and describe patterns as relationships and/or general rules consistent with correct/ not findings.
17=#N is able to consistently/usually/ use appropriate mathematical language
18=#N is able to use some appropriate mathematical language/ #N is able to use limited mathematical language
19=#N is able to select appropriate mathematical strategies to model the authentic real- life situation and reach a correct solution
COMMENTS: Maths Opening Semester 1 Standard
1=MATH: #N shows #openingmathsem1 ability to cope with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
2=MATH: #N shows #openingmathsem1 willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
3=MATH: #N displays #openingmathsem1 ability to organize #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
4=MATH: #N #openingmathsem1b an ability to communicate mathematically, and #h notebook is well structured and neat.
5=MATH: #N demonstrates #openingmathsem1c willingness to engage in class activities and discussions. However, #e is #openingmathsem1d unprepared with responses related to the concept being discussed in class.
6=MATH: #N demonstrates #openingmathsem1c willingness to engage in class activities and discussions. #E is #openingmathsem1e prepared with responses related to the concept being discussed in class.
COMMENTS: Maths Semester 2 - improvements(2015)
1=#N needs to continue to improve #h ability to communicate #h thoughts using agreed upon math structures and formats.
2=#N needs to improve #h understanding of #mathskills to help #m cope with the pace of the class, and #e needs to put in extra effort when needed.
3=#N needs to improve #h willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
4=#N has found the concept of #mathconcepts difficult to understand. #E needs to improve #h understanding of #mathskills. Extra practice or using IXL on a regular basis could help improve #h level of understanding.
5=#N needs to continue to improve #h ability to identify appropriate mathematical strategies learned in class and apply them to solve real-life situations.
6=#N needs to organize #h answers more clearly and logically when solving problems.
7=#N needs to continue working hard to develop #h ability to explain #h solutions using proper vocabulary and incorporate #h results to help justify #h answers.
COMMENTS: Maths Semester 2 - improvements(2016)
1=#N needs to continue to improve #h ability to communicate #h thoughts using agreed upon math structures and formats.
2=#N needs to improve #h understanding of #mathskills to help #m cope with the pace of the class, and #e needs to put in extra effort when needed.
3=#N needs to improve #h willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
4=#N has found the concept of #mathconcepts difficult to understand. #E needs to improve #h understanding of #mathskills. Extra practice or using IXL on a regular basis could help improve #h level of understanding.
5=#N needs to continue to improve #h ability to identify appropriate mathematical strategies learned in class and apply them to solve real-life situations.
6=#N needs to continue working hard to develop #h ability to explain #h solutions using proper vocabulary and incorporate #h results to help justify #h answers.
7=#N needs to take more risks in working through problems independently rather than seeking out the answer directly from the teacher.
8=#N can develop math terminology by using vocabulary in small and large group discussions.
9=#N has found the concepts of #mathconcepts and #mathconcepts difficult to understand. Regular practice is necessary to help #m consolidate the key numeracy concepts and skills needed to move forward.
10=#N should focus on expanding #h math literacy skills. #E can work on this by focusing on using math specific terms in small and large group discussions.
11=#N is encouraged to continue working towards questioning the accuracy of #h measurements and calculations.
12=#N needs to work on being able to pick the best mathematical solution when applying #h skills in a real-life context. #E can work on this skill by participating more frequently in large and small group activities offering solutions and questioning the work of others.
13=#N needs to be more reflective in #h math practice and not rely solely on calculators as #h justification for why an answer is correct.
14=#N needs to focus on expanding #h math specific vocabulary. #E should look for opportunities to use the terminology in discussions.
15=#N needs to continue to improve #h ability to identify appropriate mathematical strategies learned in class and apply them to solve real-life situations. Consistently attempting more challenging questions and joining a math club would help #m recognize which strategy would work in a given situation.
16=#N needs to continue to improve #h ability to identify appropriate mathematical strategies learned in class and apply them to solve real-life situations. Pre-reading class lessons would allow #m to come to class ready to ask questions and gain a deeper understanding of concepts being taught in class.
17=#N needs to organize #h answers more clearly and logically when solving problems using proper maths notation as modelled in class.
18=#N needs to #continue use proper vocabulary to explain solutions and incorporate #h results to help justify reasoning.
19=#N has an imbalance in criteria achievement levels. #E achieved well on #CriterionLevel but struggled with #CriterionLevel. Consistently attempting more challenging questions and joining a math club would help #m balance the levels of achievement.
20=#N has done very well this year. #E should continue #h good mathematical practices and continue to ask questions to ensure continued success in mathematics next year.
COMMENTS: Maths Semester 2 - opening(2015)
1=EXT MATH: #N works #workswellwith and is able to reflect on the effectiveness of #h #subject-specific.
2=EXT MATH: #N has shown a solid understanding of #mathconcepts and #mathconcepts and is able to apply #h knowledge to both familiar and unfamiliar math problems.
3=EXT MATH: #N has demonstrated a good knowledge of the subject content.
4=EXT MATH: #N is able to communicate #h thoughts mathematically, with confidence and accuracy.
5=EXT MATH: #N has a solid approach to thinking mathematically and during the course of this school year has challenged #s in all areas of the subject.
COMMENTS: Maths Semester 2 - opening(2016)
1=EXT MATH: #N works #workswellwith and is able to reflect on the effectiveness of #h #subject-specific.
2=EXT MATH: #N has shown a solid understanding of #mathconcepts and #mathconcepts and is able to apply #h knowledge to both familiar and unfamiliar math problems.
3=EXT MATH: #N has demonstrated a good knowledge of the subject content.
4=EXT MATH: #N is able to communicate #h thoughts mathematically, with confidence and accuracy.
5=EXT MATH: #N has a solid approach to thinking mathematically and during the course of this school year has challenged #s in all areas of the subject.
6=EXT MATH: #N has shown a solid understanding of #mathconcepts and #mathconcepts and is able to apply #h knowledge to both familiar and some unfamiliar math problems.
7=EXT MATH: #N has shown a solid understanding of #mathconcepts and is able to apply #h knowledge to most familiar and some unfamiliar math problems.
8=EXT MATH: #N's use of math terminology has increased throughout the semester and #e continues to focus on expanding #h vocabulary.
9=EXT MATH: #N is working towards developing #h math vocabulary and is encouraged to focus on writing strategies with more detail.
10=EXT MATH: #N has demonstrated a good understanding of the math concepts covered in class. #E has stronger skills in procedural knowledge and usually completes calculations error free.
11=EXT MATH: #N has shown a good ability to use proper math terminology to help explain and support #h answers.
12=EXT MATH: #N has shown an improving ability to use proper math terminology to help explain and support #h answers.
13=EXT MATH: #N has done very well on investigations this school year. #E can easily create rules after recognizing the pattern in the numbers.
COMMENTS: Maths Semester 2 - strengths(2015)
1=#N recognizes patterns and is able to represent the patterns as rules.
2=#N #qualifiers to communicate #h thoughts mathematically, and this allows #m to successfully work through the more challenging problems.
3=#N #qualifiers to identify appropriate mathematical strategies learned in class and apply them to solve real-life situations.
4=#N #qualifiers to cope with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
5=#N shows #qualifiers2 willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
6=#N displays #qualifiers4 ability to organize #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
COMMENTS: Maths Semester 2 - strengths(2016)
1=#N recognizes patterns and is able to represent the patterns as rules.
2=#N #qualifiers to communicate #h thoughts mathematically, and this allows #m to successfully work through the more challenging problems.
3=#N #qualifiers to identify appropriate mathematical strategies learned in class and apply them to solve real-life situations.
4=#N #qualifiers to cope with the pace of the class and puts in extra effort when needed.
5=#N shows #qualifiers2 willingness to seek help if #e does not completely understand the concept being taught in class.
6=#N displays #qualifiers4 ability to organize #h answers in a clear and logical manner when solving problems.
7=#N recognizes patterns and is able to represent the patterns as rules.
8=#N has demonstrated a good understanding of the #mathconcepts and #mathconcepts math concepts explored. #H success can be attributed to #h actions and behaviours in lessons.
9=#E has shown #qualifiers4 confidence in mathematics. A willingness to work through problems and try different methods to achieve the correct answer has helped with #h confidence.
COMMENTS: Sample intro sentences
1=#N is an outstanding student who has worked very hard throughout the #Time-period and I expect #m to do well in #h exams next year.
2=#N has had a mixed #Time-period but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late.
3=After a difficult start #N has done some excellent work and is now back on target. A very pleasing #Time-period. Well done #N!
4=#N is a friendly and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the #Time-period.
5=Overall #N has worked very well but there are a few issues with #h time-keeping and homework that #e needs to address.
6=We have been working on the Environmental Issues module throughout the #Time-period. #N seems to enjoy this topic and has made very pleasing progress.
COMMENTS: Sample project-work sentences
1=#E has worked hard this year on all of #h projects but I was especially impressed with the high-quality of #h #Science-topics assignment.
2=Project-work has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late. To improve #e needs to #How-to-improve.
3=Although #h #Science-topics project-work was satisfactory, I do expect #m to do more background research next time.
4=#H project-work is always excellent as demonstrated in #h #Science-topics assignment. We were all very impressed with #h creative and entertaining website designs which were an inspiration to the class.
5=#H project-work has varied considerably, however #h highly-imaginative #Science-topics project was excellent and was displayed in reception at the School Open Day. An excellent achievement #N.
COMMENTS: Sample summing-up sentences
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. An excellent performance, keep it up!
2=#N has reached Level #?. This was #h target and #e should be proud of #s. To ensure #e keeps this up next year #e should #How-to-improve.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve.
4=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?. #E rarely completes #h work on time. To achieve more next year #e needs to #How-to-improve.
COMMENTS: Science Improvements Semester 1 - 2017
1=#N would benefit from reviewing how to manipulate the experimental variables and collect relevant data.
2=#N would benefit from reviewing how to collect, organize, transform, and present data in different forms.
3=#N would benefit from practicing the use of scientific reasoning to describe and interpret data.
4=#N would benefit from reviewing how the application of science is used to address specific problems or issues. Reading more science related articles or watching science related programs would help #m better understand sciences' impact on the world.
5=#N would benefit from reviewing how science and its applications can impact our society. Reading more science related articles or watching science related programs would help #m better understand sciences' impact on the world.
6=#N would benefit from reviewing the subject content to better apply #h knowledge to familiar and unfamiliar situations.
7=#N would benefit from reviewing concepts taught in class to be more successful answering both familiar and unfamiliar questions.
8=#N has done very well in Sciences this semester. #E should maintain #h good scientific practices to ensure continued success.
COMMENTS: Science Opening Semester 1 - 2017
1=#N can #scienceopeninga identify questions and problems that can be investigated scientifically and make predictions based on scientific knowledge.
2=#N can #scienceopeninga plan simple experiments collaboratively and individually.
3=#N can #scienceopeninga plan both collaboratively and individually and is able to conduct experiments.
4=In experiments, #N can #scienceopeninga measure and control variables and select equipment to collect data with accuracy appropriate to the task.
5=#N can #scienceopeninga measure and control variables in fair tests.
6=#N can #scienceopeninga select equipment to collect data with accuracy appropriate to the task.
7=#N can #scienceopeninga construct and use a range of representations, including graphs, keys and models, to represent data.
8=#N can #scienceopeninga reflect on the method used to investigate a question or solve a problem.
9=#N can #scienceopeninga evaluate the quality of data collected and identify improvements to a method.
10=#N can #scienceopeninga use scientific language to communicate ideas, findings and solutions to problems well.
COMMENTS: Science Strengths Semester 1 - 2017
1=#E works #workswellwith. After each activity, #e is willing to reflect upon #h #subject-specific-science.
2=#E has shown a solid understanding of #scienceconcepts and is able to apply #h knowledge to both familiar and unfamiliar situations.
3=#E has shown a solid understanding of #scienceconcepts and is able to apply #h knowledge to most familiar and some unfamiliar situations.
4=#E is able to communicate #h thoughts using scientific terminology and demonstrate an understanding of the need for accuracy.
LIST: ATL
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LIST: ATL1-Improvement
1=sometimes
2=occasionally
3=rarely
4=usually
5=consistently
LIST: ATL2-Good
1=consistently
2=usually
3=occasionaly
4=sometimes
5=often
6=frequently
7=most often
8=always
LIST: ATL3-transition
1=Continuing
2=Increasing
3=demonstrates
4=supports
LIST: ATL4-Improvements
1=highlight key words in the instructions
2=draw detailed diagrams of the key instructions
3=clarify instructions by asking peers or teacher
4=pay closer attention when instructions are given
5=being consistently focused during class time
6=avoid distractions that will cause loss of focus
7=demonstrate more active listening during class time
8=create better organized and neater class notes
9=read each step of the instruction twice before moving on
LIST: continue
1=continue to
2=develop the ability to
3=further develop how to
LIST: CriterionLevel
1=Criterion A
2=Criterion B
3=Criterion C
4=Criterion D
5=Criteria A and B
6=Criteria A and C
7=Criteria A and D
8=Criteria B and C
9=Criteria B and D
10=Criteria C and D
11=Criteria A, B and C
12=Criteria A, B and D
13=Criteria B, C and D
LIST: doeswell
1=number sense and data management
2=exponent rules
3=application of percentage
4=order of operation of integers
5=operation with surds
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for homework
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=do more project research on the internet
5=develop #h computer skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: mathconcepts
1=number sense
2=probability
3=number
4=algebra
5=geometry
6=directed numbers
LIST: Maths-Sciences
1=Mathematics
2=Sciences
LIST: mathsimprovementsa
1=consistently
2=accurately
3=systematically
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2=Asking more questions in class
3=Working on IXL
4=Knowing #h times tables
5=Highlight the mistakes
6=Asking math help during ARE
7=Attending math help session on Tuesday and Thursday
LIST: mathskills
1=fractions
2=decimals
3=percents
4=ratios
5=solving equations
6=indices
7=factoring
8=the percent of a number
9=shape and space
10=volume
11=surface area
12=surds
13=the order of operations
14=order of operation of directed numbers
15=exponent rules with number base
16=application of percentage
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-Science-topics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
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: openingmathsem1
1=an
2=a strong
3=an outstanding
4=an excellent
5=a
6=a limited
7=an increasing
8=an improving
LIST: openingmathsem1b
1=is attempting to develop
2=is striving to develop
3=is developing
4=displays
5=consistently displays
6=(attempting to develop, striving to develop, developing, dis
LIST: openingmathsem1c
1=a
2=a strong
LIST: openingmathsem1d
1=often
2=occasionally
3=sometimes
LIST: openingmathsem1e
1=usually
2=consistently
3=always
LIST: qualifiers
1=is able
2=knows how
3=is learning
4=understands how
5=attempts
6=has an excellent ability to mathematically communicate
7=demonstrates
8=displays
9=shows
LIST: qualifiers2
1=a strong
2=an increasing
3=a
4=an increased
LIST: qualifiers3
1=improve #h ability
2=needs to work on #h effectiveness
3=needs to improve
4=needs more practice
5=has limited ability
6=needs to practice basic skills
7=needs to become more fluent with basic skills
8=#E needs to #qualifiers3 to mathematically communicate #h th
9=#E #qualifiers3 to identify appropriate mathematical strateg
10=#E #qualifiers3 to help cope with the pace of the class
LIST: qualifiers4
1=an excellent
2=a strong
3=an
4=a solid
5=a reasonable
6=a developing
LIST: Science-topics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
LIST: scienceconcepts
1=biology
2=chemistry
3=physics
4=earth
5=space
6=lab safety
7=lab skills
8=the scientific method
LIST: scienceopeninga
1=effectively
2=accurately
3=easily
4=confidently
LIST: strengthssem1a
1=usually
2=always
3=easily
LIST: strengthssem1b
1=sometimes
2=often
LIST: strengthssem1c
1=usually
2=always
LIST: strengthssem1d
1=an
2=a solid
LIST: subject-specific
1=problem solving strategies
2=mathematical communication skills
3=mathematical organization
4=ability to work through more difficult problems
5=transfer of learned skills to unfamiliar situations
6=willingness to seek help
7=ability to organize answers in a clear and logical manner
8=ability to cope with the pace of the class
LIST: subject-specific-science
1=ability to safely conduct an experiment
2=ability to accurately collect data
3=ability to apply concepts
4=ability to select and use lab equipment properly
5=ability to accurately measure quantities
6=ability to accurately collect and table data
7=#N works #workswellwith and is able to
8=reflect on the effectiveness of #h #subject-specific-science
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: workswellwith
1=well with classmates
2=well independently
3=well in small groups
4=well discussing strategies in small groups
5=well with a partner
6=effectively during class discussions
7=well with a lab partner
8=well in lab situations
9=well during class activities
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