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COMMENTS: 10GA device
1=#N does not always use #h device in class effectively, and is often distracted from #h classwork by it. #E should reflect on #h learning and whether #e has made effective use of #h device while in the BYOB programme.
2=#N does not always use #h device in class effectively, and is sometimes distracted from #h classwork by it. #E should reflect on #h learning and whether #e has made effective use of #h device while in the BYOB programme.
3=#N uses #h device effectively in class to support #h learning.
COMMENTS: 10GA Homework
1=#E has consistently completed homework assigned this year.
2=#E has not completed any homework assigned this year.
3=#E has completed some homework assigned this year.
4=#E has completed most homework assigned this year.
5=#E has completed little homework assigned this year.
COMMENTS: 10GA Next Steps
1=Homework completion and more rigour in #h classwork are essential steps for #N to find greater success in Mathematics.
2=To find greater success in Mathematics, more rigour in #N's daily classwork and careful preparation for #h assessments are essential.
3=#N should continue to place value in #h personal achievement and look ahead to #h coming opportunities in Mathematics at the senior level.
COMMENTS: 10GA Results 1
1=#N's assessment results are a reflection of #h preparation and diligence, and #e should continue to make performance on tests a priority.
2=#N's assessment results reflect a lack of rigour in #h preparation. #E should make academic performance more of a personal priority, because #h Mathematics opportunities in the senior school will be influenced by #h achievement in Year 10.
3=#N's assessment results are mixed. This indicates that #e understands how to prepare for and succeed on tests, but does not always put forward #h best effort. #N should make academic performance a personal priority, because #h Mathematics opportunities in the senior school will be influenced by #h achievement in Year 10.
COMMENTS: 10GR Academic
1=#E is consistently achieving above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
2=#E is generally achieving above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
3=Although #e is not quite meeting the standard in some aspects, #N is generally working above the standard expected of a Year 10 student.
4=#E is currently working towards the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
5=Although #e is not quite meeting the standard in some aspects, #N is generally working at the standard expected of a Year 10 student.
COMMENTS: 10GR Next Steps
1=Homework completion and more rigour in #h classwork are essential steps for #N to find greater success in Mathematics.
2=To find greater success in Mathematics, more rigour in #N's daily classwork and careful preparation for #h assessments are essential.
3=#N should continue to place value in #h personal achievement and look ahead to #h coming Mathematical opportunities at Trident.
4=#N also needs to ensure #e is continually revising class work so as to retain the knowledge base #e has gained. I also recommend #e uses Education Perfect at least once a week for further practice and revision.
5=To improve #h performance #N needs to take good, accurate notes and complete a range of practice activities in class, moving onto more challenging problems when #e can. #N needs to be completing #h homework on a regular basis to ensure #e is practicing the skills, and reinforcing the knowledge, gained in class. The online Education Perfect homework provides a range of practice tasks each week. I recommend #e uses Education Perfect at least once a week for further practice and revision.
6=#N needs to be completing #h homework on a regular basis to ensure #e is practicing the skills, and reinforcing the knowledge, gained in class. The online Education Perfect homework provides a range of practice tasks each week. I recommend #e uses Education Perfect at least once a week for further practice and revision.
COMMENTS: 10LF device EOY 2017
1=#N has not always used #h device in class effectively this year, and was often distracted from #h classwork by it. #E should reflect on #h learning and whether #e has made effective use of #h device while in the BYOB programme.
2=#N has not always used #h device in class effectively this year, and was sometimes distracted from #h classwork by it. #E should reflect on #h learning and whether #e has made the best use of #h device while in the BYOB programme.
3=#N has used #h device effectively in class to support #h learning this year.
4=#N has generally used #h device effectively in class to support #h learning this year.
5=#N has generally used #h device effectively in class to support #h learning this year, although it has sometimes been a distraction for #m.
COMMENTS: 10RO Homework
1=#E has consistently completed homework assigned this year.
2=#E has not completed any homework assigned this year.
3=#E has completed some homework assigned this year.
4=#E has completed little homework assigned this year.
5=#E has completed most homework assigned this year.
COMMENTS: 10RO Next Steps
1=Homework completion and more rigour in #h classwork are essential steps for #N to find greater success in Mathematics.
2=To find greater success in Mathematics, more rigour in #N's daily classwork and careful preparation for #h assessments are essential.
3=To find greater success in Mathematics, careful preparation for #h assessments is essential.
4=#N should continue to place value in #h personal achievement and look ahead to #h coming opportunities in Mathematics at the senior level.
COMMENTS: 10RO Results 1
1=#N's assessment results are a reflection of #h preparation and diligence, and #e should continue to make performance on tests a priority.
2=#N's assessment results reflect a lack of rigour in #h preparation. #E should make academic performance more of a personal priority, because #h Mathematics opportunities in the senior school will be influenced by #h achievement in Year 10.
3=#N's assessment results are mixed. This indicates that #e understands how to prepare for and succeed on tests, but does not always put forward #h best effort. #N should make academic performance a personal priority, because #h Mathematics opportunities in the senior school will be influenced by #h achievement in Year 10.
COMMENTS: 1APMA Next Steps
1=If #N comes to class with a willing attitude and works through the entire period every day, #e should experience no difficulty in earning all the remaining credits from this course.
2=By persevering with difficult tasks #e will develop #h mathematical skills further and #h self-confidence in this subject will improve. #N has been most successful when #e has had a positive perception of #h likely achievement, by always believing in #s #e will be more successful in this subject.
3=#N has a sound work ethic and is a model student to those around #m. By continuing with #h good work ethic #e should continue to be successful in this subject.
4=Thriving in this NCEA Level 1 Mathematics course requires great dedication even from top students. In my observations of #N's classwork and homework, there is room for improvement. #N needs to make homework completion a higher priority, and seek help early and often going forward to make sure the essentials of each examination paper are mastered.
COMMENTS: 1APMA Results
1=In Mathematics so far this year we have completed three internal achievement standards. #N's results were strong, showing #h dedication to earning all the credits on offer to #m. #E has just attempted one more standard which is currently being marked. The remaining credits offered in the course will come from 3 external examinations, which we are currently preparing for.
2=In Mathematics so far this year we have completed three internal achievement standards. #N's results were mixed, showing a lack of dedication to earning every credit on offer to #m at Merit or Excellence level. #E has just attempted one more standard which is currently being marked. The remaining credits offered in the course will come from 3 external examinations, which we are currently preparing for.
3=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. #E will have a opportunity to re-sit these papers during the catch up days in Week 8.
4=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. As of this writing, #e has an outstanding re-submission attempt from Term One that #e has failed to follow up on.
5=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N's results were mixed, and #e has an outstanding reassessment opportunity that #e should complete during the catch up days in Week 8.
6=In Mathematics so far this year we have completed three internal achievement standards. #N's results were strong, showing #h dedication to earning all the credits on offer to #m. #E is going to sit one more internal standard in week 6 and the remaining credits offered in the course will come from 3 external examinations.
7=In Mathematics so far this year we have completed three internal achievement standards. #N's results were mixed, showing a lack of dedication to earning every credit on offer to #m at Merit or Excellence level. #E is going to sit one more internal standard in week 6 and the remaining credits offered in the course will come from 3 external examinations.
COMMENTS: 1MXI A
1=#N is a respectful and intelligent student, and I enjoy having #m in class.
2=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates.
3=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class.
4=#E has shown #s capable of producing quality work this year, but is often reluctant to put pen to paper and needs prompting to make any meaningful progress.
5=#E is generally well-behaved, and stays on task most days.
6=#E has shown #s capable of producing quality work this year, but is sometimes reluctant to put pen to paper and needs prompting to make any meaningful progress.
COMMENTS: 2MXC Algebra 1st result
1=On #h first practice attempt at the Algebra external, #N got a mark of Not Achieved. #E must firmly dedicate #s to improving this in subsequent attempts if #e is to meet #h goal of earning all credits available to #m this year. Practice papers will be sat periodically throughout the rest of the year in anticipation of the actual exam. I am always available for extra tutoring to reinforce and re-teach these essential skills for Level 2 Mathematics.
2=On #h first practice attempt at the Algebra external, #N got a mark of Achieved. This is an encouraging result for a first attempt, as many students fail this paper on their first go. #N should now work on raising this mark to a Merit by studying the types of Merit-level questions #e will encounter in subsequent practice papers throughout the year. I am always available for extra tutoring to reinforce and re-teach these essential skills for Level 2 Mathematics.
3=On #h first practice attempt at the Algebra external, #N got a mark of Merit. This is a fantastic result for a first attempt, as many students fail this paper on their first go. #N should now focus on the types of Excellence-level questions #e encounters in subsequent practice papers throughout the year, as well as using #h time strategically in future attempts. I am always available for extra tutoring to reinforce and re-teach these essential skills for Level 2 Mathematics.
COMMENTS: 2MXC Algebra Homework
1=As the focus of this course is on external exams, #h first credit results are only beginning to arrive as of this writing. Our major focus for the first term was Algebra. Weekly homework is helping #N maintain these essential exam skills and will continue for the rest of the year. #N's Algebra homework completion has been consistent, with 100% completion as of this writing.
2=As the focus of this course is on external exams, #h first credit results are only beginning to arrive as of this writing. Our major focus for the first term was Algebra. Weekly homework is helping #N maintain these essential exam skills and will continue for the rest of the year. #N's Algebra homework completion has been mostly consistent, with X completion as of this writing.
3=As the focus of this course is on external exams, #h first credit results are only beginning to arrive as of this writing. Our major focus for the first term was Algebra. Weekly homework is helping #N maintain these essential exam skills and will continue for the rest of the year. #N's Algebra homework completion has been somewhat inconsistent, with only X completion as of this writing.
COMMENTS: 2MXC Benchmark Results & Endorse
1=The major focus of this course has been external examinations, in particular the Algebra and Calculus papers, which were assessed as benchmark examinations. #N's results for the benchmark examinations indicate that #e will make a suitable candidate for Level 3 Calculus next year. #E should focus on further improving #h results before the end of year examinations.
2=The major focus of this course has been external examinations, in particular the Algebra and Calculus papers, which were assessed as benchmark examinations. #N's results for the benchmark examinations indicate that #e will make a suitable candidate for Level 3 Calculus next year. #E should focus on further improving #h results before the end of year examinations. #N has a strong potential to earn an Excellence endorsement for this course with good examination results.
3=The major focus of this course has been external examinations, in particular the Algebra and Calculus papers, which were assessed as benchmark examinations. #N's results for the benchmark examinations indicate that #e will make a suitable candidate for Level 3 Calculus next year. #E should focus on further improving #h results before the end of year examinations. #N has a strong potential to earn a Merit endorsement for this course with good examination results.
4=The major focus of this course has been external examinations, in particular the Algebra and Calculus papers, which were assessed as benchmark examinations. #N's results for the benchmark examinations indicate that #e will make a suitable candidate for Level 3 Calculus next year. #E should focus on further improving #h results before the end of year examinations. #N has a strong potential to earn a Merit or Excellence endorsement for this course with good examination results.
5=The major focus of this course has been external examinations, in particular the Algebra and Calculus papers, which were assessed as benchmark examinations. #N's results for the benchmark examinations indicate that #e would be a weak candidate for Level 3 Calculus next year. #E should focus on making significant improvement in subsequent practice attempts if #e intends to pursue Calculus further.
COMMENTS: 2MXC Intro
1=#N is a respectful and willing student, and it's a pleasure to have #m in class.
2=#N is a hard-working and capable student, and it's a pleasure to have #m in class.
3=#N is a respectful and hard-working student, and it's a pleasure to have #m in class.
COMMENTS: 2MXC Sign Off T3 2016
1=I wish #N all the best for #h remaining time at Trident.
2=I wish #N all the best for #h remaining time at Trident, and urge #m to pursue Mathematics further both at Trident and at the tertiary level.
COMMENTS: 2MXM A
1=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates. I enjoy having #m in class.
2=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student. It's a pleasure to have #m in class.
3=#N is a perceptive student who places value on #m learning and achievement. It's a pleasure to have #m in class.
4=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class.
COMMENTS: 2MXM B
1=As of this writing, #N has earned X NCEA Level Two Achievement Standard Credits from Internal Assessments in this course, and has X remaining on offer. 14 or more Level Two Mathematics Credits are strongly recommended for a student who wishes to pursue Level Three Mathematics.
COMMENTS: 2MXM C
1=As the end of the school year approaches, I recommend that #N continue to work hard in class every day, but to make a special effort to prepare carefully the week or so preceding an assessment.
2=As the end of the school year approaches, I recommend that #N put forward #h best effort in class every day, and to make a special effort to prepare carefully the week or so preceding an assessment.
COMMENTS: 2MXM Next Steps Term 3 2018
1=It is disappointing that #N has not met with greater success at this point in the year. I encourage #N to seek a reassessment opportunity for the Networks paper before the end of the year to improve #h overall outcome from this course.
2=It is disappointing that #N has not met with greater success at this point in the year. I encourage #N to seek a reassessment opportunity for the Coordinate Geometry and Inference papers before the end of the year to improve #h overall outcome from this course.
3=It is disappointing that #N has not met with greater success at this point in the year. I encourage #N to seek a reassessment opportunity for the Networks and Inference papers before the end of the year to improve #h overall outcome from this course.
4=Absences have significantly contributed to #N's not having more credits at this stage, but #e is taking specific steps to regain lost ground and I am happy to work with #h through the end of the year to have the best outcome possible from the course.
5=Absences have significantly contributed to #N's not having more credits at this stage, and #e needs to take specific steps to regain lost ground.
COMMENTS: 2MXM Term 2 Results 2018
1=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, "Use statistical methods to make an inference", #e submitted X writing samples to me for feedback. #N should continue this practice for our remaining Statistics papers so #e can write confidently in the actual papers.
2=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, "Use statistical methods to make an inference", #e submitted X incomplete writing samples to me for feedback. This is not a sufficient amount of writing practice for most students, and #N may struggle to write future Statistics papers with confidence if #e does not seek more feedback from me about #h writing.
3=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, "Use statistical methods to make an inference", #e submitted only X writing samples to me for feedback. This is not a sufficient amount of writing practice for most students. I strongly advise #N to practice writing early to avoid any stress or difficulty in completing these papers.
4=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, "Making an Inference", #e did not submit any practice writing samples to me for feedback. #E may struggle to write future Statistics papers with confidence if #e does not seek feedback from me about #h writing. I strongly advise #N to practice writing early to avoid any stress or difficulty in completing these papers.
COMMENTS: 3 MXM Results GR 2018
1=As of this writing, #N has earned 14 of the internal credits on offer so far this year with a mixture of Achieved and Merit grades. A further 4 credits will be assessed in a Statistics paper #e has just completed, as well as a final 2 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
2=As of this writing, #N has earned 14 of the internal credits on offer so far this year with Achieved grades. A further 4 credits will be assessed in a Statistics paper #e has just completed, as well as a final 2 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
3=As of this writing, #N has earned 6 of the internal credits on offer so far this year with Achieved grades. A further 4 credits will be assessed in a Statistics paper #e has just completed, as well as a final 2 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
4=As of this writing, #N has only earned 3 of the internal credits on offer so far this year with an Achieved grade.
5=As of this writing, #N has earned 6 of the internal credits on offer so far this year with Achieved grades. If #N improves #h focus, #e is capable of completing the final assessment on critical paths before the end of #h school year.
COMMENTS: 3MXM Intro 2.
1=During the year #N has shown a thorough understanding of the mathematical and statistical concepts taught and consistently applied them effectively in assessment tasks.
2=During the year #N has shown a satisfactory understanding of the mathematical and statistical concepts taught and generally applied them effectively in assessment tasks.
3=During the year #N has shown a satisfactory understanding of the mathematical and statistical concepts taught, however had difficulty in applying them effectively in assessment tasks.
4=During the year #N has had difficulty in understanding the mathematical and statistical concepts taught and in applying them effectively in assessment tasks.
5=During the year #N has shown a good understanding of the mathematical and statistical concepts taught and generally applied them effectively in assessment tasks.
COMMENTS: 3MXM Next Steps
1=If #N comes to class with a willing attitude and works through the entire period every day, #e should experience no difficulty in earning all the remaining credits from this course.
2=#N should improve #h focus in the classroom and make the most of the time in class to ask me questions to improve #h work completion rate. If #N comes to class with a willing attitude and works through the entire period every day, #e should experience no difficulty in earning all the remaining credits from this course.
3=If #N comes to class with a willing attitude and works through the entire period every day, #e should experience no difficulty in earning all the remaining credits from this course. #N should reflect on #h motivation in the classroom and make the most of the time in class to ask me questions to improve #h work completion rate.
4=#N has a sound work ethic and is a model student to those around #m. By continuing with #h good work ethic #e should continue to be successful in this subject.
5=#N has been most successful when #e has had a positive perception of #h likely achievement, by always believing in #s #e will be more successful in this subject. By persevering with difficult tasks #e will develop #h mathematical skills further and #h self-confidence in this subject will improve.
6=To succeed in this subject, #N needs to stay focused in class, continue to ask questions, and practice discussing and writing answers using #h own words.
7=It is hoped that #N will be able to attend more classes in the remainder of the year and achieve the remaining standards offered.
8=#E is capable of gaining Merit or Excellence grades when #e applies #s. #E can best accomplish this if #e sits where #e is less likely to become distracted, and focuses on #h classwork rather than unrelated personal matters.
9=If #N continues with #h good work ethic in class, #e will achieve #h goal of gaining all the credits offered in this subject.
10=To be successful in this class it is essential that #N begins revising concepts covered in class and completes as much work as possible when #e is present in class.
11=To continue improving, #N needs to take more ownership of #h learning and actively participate in class. Specifically, by listening to instructions at the start of the class so #e understands what #e is aiming to achieve in each lesson and try tasks without prompting. To continue improving #h self management, #N needs to push #s to use class time more productively so #e can finish tasks quicker.
12=To achieve this, #N needs to continue showing the great commitment towards completing Mathematics work in depth that #e has shown so far this year.
13=#N should strive to maintain #h excellent work ethic and focus in Mathematics.
14=#N should maintain #h outstanding work ethic and focus in the classroom and check more thoroughly for small errors before handing in work.
15=#N could be capable of achieving in this course, but needs to show an improved focus and commitment to this year 13 mathematics course.
16=#N could be capable of achieving in this course, but needs to show an improved focus and commitment to this year 11 mathematics course.
17=#N is encouraged to put more effort into #h daily assigned work which is excellent practice for #h tests and assessments.
18=#N should try to steadily increase #h effort for the rest of the year moving towards the exams, focusing on building a deeper knowledge base by completing more questions in class and preparing carefully at home. I encourage #N if #e does want extra help on anything to take the opportunities offered to come back at lunchtimes now, rather than leaving it all to the last term.
19=#N should try to steadily increase #h effort for the rest of the year, focusing on building a deeper knowledge base by completing more questions in class and preparing carefully at home. I encourage #N if #e does want extra help on anything to take the opportunities offered to come back at lunchtimes now, rather than leaving it all to the last term.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2016 Intro
1=#N is a respectful and engaged student, and I enjoy having #m in class.
2=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates.
3=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2016 Next Steps
1=I encourage #N to maintain focus and gain the final 3 internal credits with confidence for a strong finish to Level 3 Mathematics.
2=I encourage #N to regain focus and achieve the final 3 internal credits with confidence for a strong finish to Level 3 Mathematics. #E should also seek re-assessment opportunities before the end of the year for credits #e has failed to achieve thus far.
3=I encourage #N to regain some focus and achieve the final 3 internal credits with confidence for a strong finish to Level 3 Mathematics. #E should also seek re-assessment opportunities before the end of the year for credits #e has failed to achieve thus far.
4=I urge #N to find #h focus and achieve the final 3 internal credits with confidence to leave Level 3 Mathematics on a high note. #E should also seek re-assessment opportunities before the end of the year for credits #e has failed to achieve thus far.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2016 Results and Remaining
1=As of this writing, #N has earned all 12 assessed credits, showing #h ability in both skills-oriented Mathematics papers and writing-oriented Statistics papers. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
2=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year. #E has generally performed better on skills-oriented Mathematics papers than on writing-oriented Statistics papers.
3=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year. #E has generally performed better on writing-oriented Statistics papers than on skills-oriented Mathematics papers.
4=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year. #E has seen success with both writing-oriented Statistics papers and skills-oriented Mathematics papers this year.
5=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. It is disappointing that #h dedication in the classroom has not always matched with the goals #e set for #s at the start of the year. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year. #E has generally performed better on skills-oriented Mathematics papers than on writing-oriented Statistics papers.
6=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. It is disappointing that #h dedication in the classroom has not always matched with the goals #e set for #s at the start of the year. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year. #E has generally performed better on writing-oriented Statistics papers than on skills-oriented Mathematics papers.
7=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. It is disappointing that #h dedication in the classroom has not always matched with the goals #e set for #s at the start of the year. There are 4 more credits pending from a Statistics paper currently being marked, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2017 Intro
1=#N is a respectful and engaged student, and I enjoy having #m in class.
2=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates.
3=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2017 Next Steps
1=I encourage #N to maintain focus and gain the remaining credits with confidence for a strong finish to Level 3 Mathematics.
2=I encourage #N to maintain focus and gain the remaining credits with confidence for a strong finish to Level 3 Mathematics. #E should also seek re-assessment opportunities before the end of the year for credits #e has failed to achieve thus far.
3=I urge #N to find #h focus and achieve the remaining credits with confidence to leave Level 3 Mathematics on a high note. #E should also seek re-assessment opportunities before the end of the year for credits #e has failed to achieve thus far.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2017 Results 2
1=#N has generally performed better on skills-oriented Mathematics papers than on writing-oriented Statistics papers.
2=#N has generally performed better on writing-oriented Statistics papers than on skills-oriented Mathematics papers.
3=#N has seen some success with both writing-oriented Statistics papers and skills-oriented Mathematics papers this year.
COMMENTS: 3MXM T3 2017 Results and Remaining
1=As of this writing, #N has earned all 10 assessed credits, showing #h ability in both skills-oriented Mathematics papers and writing-oriented Statistics papers. A further 4 credits from a Statistics paper are expected soon, pending moderation. After that, 4 more credits will be assessed in a Statistics paper currently being written, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
2=As of this writing, #N has earned XX credits. A further 4 credits from a Statistics paper are expected soon, pending moderation. After that, 4 more credits will be assessed in a Statistics paper currently being written, as well as a final 3 credits available from a Mathematics paper to finish the year.
COMMENTS: 3MXM Term 1 Results
1=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N's results were strong, showing #h dedication to earning all the credits on offer to #m.
2=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N's results were good, showing #h dedication to earning all the credits on offer to #m.
3=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N's results were mixed, showing a lack of dedication to earning every credit on offer to #m.
4=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. #E will have an opportunity to re-sit these papers during the catch up days in Week 8.
5=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. As of this writing, #e has an outstanding re-submission attempt from Term One that #e has failed to follow up on.
6=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N's results were mixed, and #e has an outstanding reassessment opportunity that #e should complete during the catch up days in Week 8.
7=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. #E can have an opportunity to re-sit these papers but #e needs to do the preparation in #h own time.
8=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. I encourage #m to plan to re-sit failed assessments at a later stage in the year, although this will require #h to come in for extra teaching sessions.
9=In Term One, we sat two Mathematics papers. #N failed to earn any of those credits, which is disappointing. I encourage #m to plan to re-sit failed assessments at a later stage in the year, although this will require #h to come in for extra teaching sessions.
COMMENTS: 3MXM Term 2 Results
1=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, Time Series, #e submitted X writing samples to me for feedback. #N should continue this practice for our remaining Statistics papers so #e can write confidently in the actual papers.
2=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, Time Series, #e submitted X incomplete writing samples to me for feedback. This is not a sufficient amount of writing practice for most students, and #N may struggle to write future Statistics papers with confidence if #e does not seek more feedback from me about #h writing.
3=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, Time Series, #e submitted only X writing samples to me for feedback. This is not a sufficient amount of writing practice for most students. I strongly advise #N to practice writing early to avoid any stress or difficulty in completing these papers.
4=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In the weeks before sitting our first paper, Time Series, #e did not submit any practice writing samples to me for feedback. #E may struggle to write future Statistics papers with confidence if #e does not seek feedback from me about #h writing. I strongly advise #N to practice writing early to avoid any stress or difficulty in completing these papers.
5=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In week 6 #N will be sitting #h first Statistics paper, Time Series, so far #e has submitted X writing samples to me for feedback. #E should continue this practice for #h Statistics papers so #e can write confidently in the actual papers.
6=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In week 6 #N will be sitting #h first Statistics paper, Time Series, so far #e has submitted X incomplete writing samples to me for feedback. This is not a sufficient amount of writing practice for most students, and #N may struggle to write Statistics papers with confidence if #e does not seek more feedback from me about #h writing.
7=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In week 6 #N will be sitting #h first Statistics paper, Time Series, so far #e has submitted only X writing samples to me for feedback. This is not a sufficient amount of writing practice for most students. I strongly advise #N to practice writing early to avoid any stress or difficulty in completing these papers.
8=In Term Two, we have begun writing Statistics papers, which involve far more reading and writing than the work #N did in Term One. In week 6 #N will be sitting #h first Statistics paper, Time Series, so far #e has not submitted any practice writing samples to me for feedback. #E may struggle to write Statistics papers with confidence if #e does not seek feedback from me about #h writing. I strongly advise #N to practice writing early to avoid any stress or difficulty in completing these papers.
COMMENTS: 9 GR TJC Term 2
1=#N's Trident Junior Certificate results have been very good so far, and #e should continue to place value on these assessments to open up further pathways for #s in Year 10 and beyond.
2=#N's Trident Junior Certificate results have been good so far, and #e should continue to place value on these assessments to open up further pathways for #s in Year 10 and beyond.
3=#N's Trident Junior Certificate results have been a bit mixed so far. #E should prepare carefully for these assessments to open up further pathways for #s in Year 10 and beyond.
4=#N's Trident Junior Certificate results have been disappointing so far. #E should prepare more carefully for these assessments in the future, as #h results will affect #h opportunities in Year 10 and beyond.
COMMENTS: 9GR 2018 Next Steps
1=#N needs to take ownership of #h learning and actively participate in class. Specifically, improve #h attendance, bring a pen and book to every lesson so #e can write both questions and answers in #h book.
2=#N needs to take ownership of #h learning and actively participate in class. Specifically, listen to instructions so #e understands what #e is supposed to be doing and attempt all class tasks and the homework when it is given.
3=#N needs to continue to actively participating in class, attempt all class tasks and homework when it is given, as well as ask questions to ensure #e is doing them correctly. Revising before tests will ensure #e is prepared for success.
COMMENTS: 9GR Acedamic
1=#E is generally achieving at the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
2=#E is currently working towards the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
3=#E has shown improvement in Number in particular by progressing from level 3 to 4 in our regular Lomas testing.
4=#E is consistently achieving at the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
COMMENTS: 9GR Next Steps
1=Homework completion and more rigour in #h classwork are essential steps for #N to find greater success in Mathematics.
2=To find greater success in Mathematics, more rigour in #N's daily classwork and careful preparation for #h assessments are essential.
3=#N should continue to place value in #h personal achievement and look ahead to #h coming Mathematical opportunities at Trident.
4=#N also needs to ensure #e is continually revising Number so as to retain the knowledge base #e has gained. Using the Education Perfect online learning programme regularly will help.
5=To improve #h performance #N needs to take good, accurate notes and complete a range of practice activities in class, moving onto more challenging problems when #e can. #N needs to be completing #h homework on a regular basis to ensure #e is practicing the skills, and reinforcing the knowledge, gained in class. The online Education Perfect homework also provides a range of practice tasks each week.
6=#N needs to be completing #h homework on a regular basis to ensure #e is practicing the skills, and reinforcing the knowledge, gained in class. The online Education Perfect homework also provides a range of practice tasks each week.
COMMENTS: 9MXG Homework
1=#E has consistently completed homework assigned this year.
2=#E has completed little homework assigned this year.
3=#E has completed some homework assigned this year.
4=#E has completed most homework assigned this year.
COMMENTS: 9MXG Next Steps
1=Homework completion and more rigour in #h classwork are essential steps for #N to find greater success in Mathematics.
2=To find greater success in Mathematics, more rigour in #N's daily classwork and careful preparation for #h assessments are essential.
3=#N should continue to place value in #h personal achievement and look ahead to the future Mathematics opportunities at Trident.
4=#N also needs to ensure #e is continually revising Number so as to retain the knowledge base #e has gained. I also recommend #e uses Education Perfect at least once a week for further practice and revision.
5=To improve #h performance #N needs to take good, accurate notes and complete a range of practice activities in class, moving onto more challenging problems when #e can. #N needs to be completing #h homework on a regular basis to ensure #e is practicing the skills, and reinforcing the knowledge, gained in class. The online Education Perfect homework also provides a range of practice tasks each week. I recommend #e uses Education Perfect at least once a week for further practice and revision.
6=#N needs to be completing #h homework on a regular basis to ensure #e is practicing the skills, and reinforcing the knowledge gained in class. The online Education Perfect homework also provides a range of practice tasks each week. I recommend #e uses Education Perfect at least once a week for further practice and revision.
COMMENTS: 9MXG Results 1
1=#N's assessment results are a reflection of #h preparation and diligence, and #e should continue to make performance on tests a priority.
2=#N's assessment results reflect a lack of rigour in #h preparation. #E should make academic performance more of a personal priority, because #h Mathematics opportunities in #h coming years at Trident will be influenced by #h achievement in Year 9.
3=#N's assessment results are mixed. This indicates that #e understands how to prepare for and succeed on tests, but does not always put forward #h best effort. #N should make academic performance a personal priority, because #h Mathematics opportunities in #h coming years at Trident will be influenced by #h achievement in Year 9.
COMMENTS: A: Intro sentences
1=#N is a #IntroAdverbs, #IntroAdverbs student.
2=#N is a #IntroAdverbs, #IntroAdverbs member of the class.
3=#N is a pleasant student with a fun sense of humor.
4=#N is #TypeofStudent math student.
5=#N is a conscientious student who has a good attitude.
6=#N is an outstanding student who has worked very hard throughout the #Time-period.
7=#N is a bright, conscientious student who is doing #Adjectives work.
8=#N is an intelligent student with an ability to understand concepts very quickly.
COMMENTS: AA Intro
1=#N is a respectful and engaged student, and I enjoy having #m in class.
2=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates.
3=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class.
4=#N is a confident, sociable student who is often slow to start class work and arrives late to class. #E is sometimes not prepared for class and arrives without a pen and late to class.
5=#N is a cheerful, pleasant student who is often slow to start class work. #E has struggled to keep up with the content in this course.
6=#N is a cheerful, polite student who is always punctual to class. #N's self confidence in this subject has varied from topic to topic and this has affected #h motivation and work ethic.
7=#N is a cheerful, punctual student who is slow to get started on set tasks and then struggles to stay on task.
8=#N is a confident, sociable student who is capable of being very successful in this subject. #N is easily distracted from the task at hand and needs to ensure #e resists the temptation to socialise in class so that #e can achieve #h full potential in Mathematics.
9=#N is a polite, well behaved student who completes set tasks in a reasonable time frame. #E is a quiet student who is now more regularly asking questions to clarify #h understanding. #E contributes to class discussions and helps explain mathematical concepts to those around #m.
10=#N is a cheerful, studious student who has an impressive work ethic. #N is always punctual to class and arrives with a cheerful greeting each lesson. #E has a high level of self-motivation and is usually the first to complete set tasks.
11=#N is an energetic and sociable student who, with prompting, completes most class tasks. #N has a tendency to distract or be distracted by others and needs regular refocusing to keep #m on task.
12=#N exhibits a positive outlook and attitude in the classroom. #E strives to reach #h full potential and enjoys new challenges. #E has a high level of self-motivation and is usually the first to complete set tasks.
13=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates. #E does not always appear to engage eagerly with the subject, but demonstrates a desire to achieve academically.
14=#N is a friendly student, who enjoys working with others and participates well in hands on tasks.
15=#N is a friendly student who has good classroom relationships.
16=#N is a friendly, polite student who has consistently worked well in class. #E is a well-organised student, coming to class prepared with the equipment #e needs on a daily basis.
17=#N has shown #s to be a focussed, determined student with an excellent attitude towards Mathematics. #E consistently comes to class prepared and makes an effort to take on new concepts.
18=#N has at times demonstrated focus and determination in Mathematics. #E sometimes comes to class prepared, but does not always follow instructions or attempt work.
COMMENTS: AA Intro 2
1=#N is a respectful and engaged student, and I enjoy having #m in class.
2=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates.
3=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class.
4=#N is an inquisitive and engaged student. It's a pleasure to have #m in class.
5=#N is a deep-thinking and engaged student. It's a pleasure to have #h in class.
6=#N is a hard-working and engaged student. It's a pleasure to have #h in class.
7=#N is a friendly, keen student. #E often comes to class prepared to learn and attempts most tasks.
8=#N is a friendly, confident student. #E participates well in class discussions and is keen to learn.
9=#N is a sociable student who enjoys interactions with peers but has yet to engage with enthusiasm in Mathematics.
10=#N is sociable and friendly towards those around #m but struggles to maintain focus when teaching is underway.
11=#N is a polite and quiet student who has found aspects of Mathematics challenging and struggled to engage so far this year.
12=#N is an open and confident student who does not always choose to focus on the learning taking place.
COMMENTS: Alerts other targets
1=#N has been elected as a member of the school council and is looking forward to representing student viewpoints next year.
2=#E needs to improve #h punctuality to school..
3=#N needs to improve #h organisation as #e has received a number of alerts for having the incorrect books and equiptment.
4=#N needs to work on completing independent learning on time, #e has received a number of alerts for late and incomplete independent learning.
5=#N needs to work on improving #h punctuality to school, and the standard of #h independent learning as #e has received a number of alerts for these.
COMMENTS: APEX 2017 Ending
1=The challenges of this course have been significantly above those normally faced by Year 10 students at Trident, and I urge #N to enter Year 11 with confidence in #h resilience and the "can-do" attitude #e has shown this year.{BR}Whāia te iti kahurangi. Ki te tūohu koe me (he) maunga teitei.
2=The challenges of this course have been significantly above those normally faced by Year 10 students at Trident, and I urge #N to enter Year 11 with confidence in #h resilience and the "can-do" attitude #e has shown #s capable of this year.{BR}Whāia te iti kahurangi. Ki te tūohu koe me (he) maunga teitei.
COMMENTS: APEX 2017 EOY Intro
1=#N is an inquisitive and engaged student. It has been a real pleasure to have #m in class this year.
2=#N is a hard-working and engaged student. It has been a real pleasure to have #m in class this year.
3=#N is a deep-thinking and engaged student. It has been a real pleasure to have #m in class this year.
4=#N is a respectful and engaged student. It has been a real pleasure to have #m in class this year.
COMMENTS: APEX 2017 Exams
1=The two examinations have been a major focus of this year. #N's marks on practice examinations were very promising, and I am looking forward to seeing #h final outcome.
2=The two examinations have been a major focus of this year. #N's marks on practice examinations were promising, and I am looking forward to seeing #h final outcome.
3=The two examinations have been a major focus of this year. #N's marks on practice examinations showed #m meeting the standard, and I am looking forward to seeing #h final outcome.
4=The two examinations have been a major focus of this year. #N's marks on practice examinations were somewhat mixed, and I am looking forward to seeing #h final outcome.
5=The two examinations have been a major focus of this year. #N's marks on practice examinations were concerning overall, and I am looking forward to seeing #h final outcome.
COMMENTS: APEX 2017 Group Evals
1=#H peers gave #m positive evaluations for #h collaborative skills within the group. I hope this experience has helped #N reflect on #h ability to work effectively with others.
2=#H peers gave #m generally positive evaluations for #h collaborative skills within the group. I hope this experience has helped #N reflect on #h ability to work effectively with others.
3=#H peers gave #m somewhat mixed evaluations for #h collaborative skills within the group. I hope this experience has helped #N reflect on #h ability to work effectively with others.
COMMENTS: APEX 2017 Internals
1=#N's performance on our first NCEA Level One internal assessment was exemplary. #E should be proud of #h self-management and dedication in what was one of #h first senior-level assessments. The second internal assessment was completed in groups, and #N helped bring #h group's work to the Excellence level.
2=#N's performance on our first NCEA Level One internal assessment was a strong effort, and indicates that #e is well on #h way to success in #h senior years. The second internal assessment was completed in groups, and #N helped bring #h group's work to the Excellence level.
3=#N's performance on our first NCEA Level One internal assessment was a good effort, and indicates that #e is on #h way to success in #h senior years. The second internal assessment was completed in groups, and #N helped bring #h group's work to the Excellence level.
COMMENTS: APEX 2017 Numeracy
1=#N's numeracy ability is above Level 6 of the NZ Curriculum. #N should continue to look for opportunities to practice number and calculation skills in everyday life.
2=#N's numeracy ability is at Level 6 of the NZ Curriculum. #N should continue to look for opportunities to practice number and calculation skills in everyday life.
3=#N's numeracy ability is between Levels 5 and 6 of the NZ Curriculum. #N should continue to look for opportunities to practice number and calculation skills in everyday life.
4=#N's numeracy ability is at Level 5 of the NZ Curriculum. #N should continue to look for opportunities to practice number and calculation skills in everyday life.
5=#N's numeracy ability is between Levels 4 and 5 of the NZ Curriculum. #N should continue to look for opportunities to practice number and calculation skills in everyday life.
6=#N's numeracy ability is at Level 4 of the NZ Curriculum. #N should continue to look for opportunities to practice number and calculation skills in everyday life.
COMMENTS: B: Sentence 1
1=#E is #TypeofStudent math student.
2=#E has had a consistent #Time-period.
3=#E has a positive attitude towards learning and always tries #h best.
4=#E is a conscientious student who has a good attitude.
5=#E is an outstanding student who has worked very hard throughout the #Time-period.
6=#E is a bright, conscientious student who is doing excellent work.
7=#E is an intelligent student with an ability to understand concepts very quickly.
8=#E has had a #Describe-start start this #Time-period.
9=#E has #Describe-struggling #Time-period.
10=#E has the ability to do better.
11=#E is a capable student, who is struggling.
12=#N has #AdverbsList put in a good effort this #Time-period.
13=#E has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving good results.
COMMENTS: C: Sentence 2 positives
1=#H attitude to learning about class concepts is positive.
2=#E has shown #RatingList understanding of the concepts taught this term.
3=#N brings enthusiasm to class discussions.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to questions and through a diligent approach to the classwork and homework.
5=#N has done some excellent work.
6=#N is able to use mathematical concepts learned in a range of problems.
7=#N has an excellent attitude and is doing excellent work.
8=#E has demonstrated considerable knowledge and understanding across all units covered.
9=#E is very focused and responsible for #h learning.
10=#N is a role model for fellow students.
11=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
12=#N contributes positively to class.
13=#E is supportive of classmates.
14=#N has an appetite for solving problems and challenging #s.
15=#N demonstrates excellent analytical skills.
16=#E completes #m homework to a high level and applies #s in class.
17=#E has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving good results.
18=#N has #AdverbsList put in a good effort this #Time-period.
19=#N displays #AdverbsList confidence in this subject.
COMMENTS: Class area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. The teacher should be used both in and out of the classroom as a resource.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
6=In order to improve, #N will need to spend some time getting to know #h way around the calculator. This will allow for better time efficiency in the exams.
7=In order to improve, #N should complete more questions under exam conditions. This will improve #h time management during exams.
8=In order to improve, #N should ask more questions during class and seek assistance at the time trouble arrises, and not wait until later in the week or next class.
9=In order to improve I would like to see more questions being raised during class time.
COMMENTS: Class Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. This could be achieved through increased awareness of expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #h is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning about physics concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: Class comparison to previous
1=This is an improvement from #Time and I comment #N on the work #e has put in to achieve this.
2=This is a drop in achievement since #Time, and #N should look at the previous #Time to see what #h differences were.
3=This is similar to the grade achieved in #Time. I believe #N has the ability to improve this next year.
4=This is similar to the grade achieved in #Time. I believe this is reflective of the work completed throughout the year.
COMMENTS: Class concluding statement
1=I wish #N all the best for next year, and look forward to hearing about #h progress in Physics 3/4.
2=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
3=I wish #m all the best for the future.
COMMENTS: Class intro
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Physics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Physics course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: Class organisation
1=#N whould look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
2=#N has unsatisfactory organisation. This is effecting the work output that #h is producing. I would reccomend this as an area for improvement.
3=#H organisational skills are satisfactory.
4=#E has fantastic organisational skills. This allows #m to be time efficient in planning and is able to structure the work appropriately.
5=#H organisational skills are satisfactory but could be improved by having a workbook and an answer booklet.
COMMENTS: Class Results
1=#N has a received a #Results for #h final #Time grade.
2=This is not a true reflection of #n's grades and I would imagine that #e would be quite disappointed with this result.
3=This is an accurate representation of #n's grades and a reflection of the work completed throughout the #time.
COMMENTS: co-curricular/trips
1=I hope that next term #e will join in with some of the activities available, as they offer our students many benefits, and additional opportunities.
2=I hope that next term #e will join some of these, as they offer our students many benefits.
3=#E took part in the Christian Union weekend.
4=#E enjoyed going away on the Year 8 trip.
COMMENTS: D: Sentence 3
1=Although #h homework was satisfactory, #h test and quiz grades were low.
2=#E has been recommended to the Learning Center.
3=#E #Frequency completes homework on time.
4=#H effort has been #AdverbsList.
5=Some days #e is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
6=#E has had difficulty focusing and working and has had an inconsistent attitude to learning.
7=There are signs of improvement in #h #Improvement-in-what of late.
8=#H work has been declining of late.
9=#H is now back on target.
10=#N does not attend class regularly.
11=#N is consistently tardy to class.
12=#N is #Frequency inattentive during class.
13=#E applies #s well both in and out of class.
14=However, #e had difficulty understanding the concepts taught.
15=#H homework was #Homework.
16=#E is now back on target.
17=#E has the ability to do better.
18=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of the #Time-period.
19=#N is #AdverbsList with the graphing calculator.
COMMENTS: Final Statement 2018
1=If #N can maintain a good work ethic in class, #e is capable of achieving the remaining assessments before the end of #h school year. It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for the future.
2=In order to gain any further credits before the end of #h school year, #N needs to come to every class prepared to learn and dramatically improve #h focus and completion rate. It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for the future.
3=To achieve #h goal of passing the remaining assessments, #N needs to come to class prepared to learn in every lesson and keep #h focus on #h work. #N has been a cheerful member of this class and I wish #m all the best for #h future choices.
4=It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for the future.
5=It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for success in Mathematics next year.
6=If #N can maintain a good work ethic in class, #e is capable of achieving the remaining assessments before the end of #h school year. #E should also seek a re-assessment opportunity before the end of the year for the Statistics papers #e has failed to achieve yet. It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for the future.
7=If #N can maintain a good work ethic in class, #e is capable of achieving the remaining assessments before the end of #h school year. #E should also seek a re-assessment opportunity before the end of the year for the Statistics paper (Multivariate Inference) #e has failed to achieve yet. It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for the future.
8=I encourage #N to maintain focus for a strong finish to Level 1 Mathematics. It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for success in Mathematics next year.
9=If #N can maintain a good work ethic, #e is capable of gaining an endorsement this year. It has been a pleasure to have #N in this class, and I wish #m all the best for success in Mathematics next year.
COMMENTS: Form Academic EOY 2018
1=#H results in Social Studies and PE are particularly impressive and it is good to see that #e is making progress in Mathematics.
2=#H classroom comments show a studious and focused effort has been made this year which is pleasing overall. The qualities will support #m in 2019 as #e moves through into Year 11, an important year for NCEA.
3=#N was a pleasure to teach recently in Mathematics and has very pleasing comments across the board from #h subject teacher showing diligence.
4=#N is to be congratulated on a successful academic year with the majority of #h credits for Trident Junior Certificate at Excellence level.
5=#N has received favourable comments from #h subject teachers and has achieved some really good results.
6=#E has received favourable comments from #h subject teachers. #N has shown, through #h results, that #e has great potential and that when #e shows discipline and commitment #e is able to achieve really good results.
7=#N has made real progress over the course of the year and #h report has many positive comments from #h subject teachers. #N should be proud of #h achievements and #h successful year.
8=After a somewhat rocky start to the year, #N is to be commended on the effort #e has put in, which has resulted in a successful academic year with a number of credits for Trident Junior Certificate gained at Merit and Excellence level.
9=#N is to be commended on the effort #e has put in, which has resulted in a successful academic year with a number of credits for Trident Junior Certificate gained at Merit and Excellence level.
10=#E is slowly understanding the #e really needs to engage to get the best out of school. With #N doing NCEA Level One next year and being one of #h most important years at school, #e really needs to give it #h all.
11=#N has identified AAA as the subject that requires the most attention in 2019. In addition #e also wants to achieve to #h best ability in NCEA. Teachers have been very specific in outlining where #N needs to address some weaknesses, and it is in #h best interests to follow this advice closely.
12=#E wants to achieve to #h best ability in NCEA. Teachers have been very specific in outlining where #N needs to address some weaknesses, and it is in #h best interests to follow this advice closely.
13=#N's report shows there are a number of improvements that need to happen in order for #m to be successful as #e moves into the senior school. These include reading more, making more effort, being distracted less and staying focussed in class.
COMMENTS: Form Attendance EOY 2018
1=#N's overall attendance rate for 2018 is XX as of this writing. #E should continue this good attendance habit next year. #E wears the school uniform with pride and respects the rules of the school.
2=#N's overall attendance rate for 2018 is XX as of this writing. #E should continue this outstanding attendance habit next year. #E wears the school uniform with pride and respects the rules of the school.
3=#N's overall attendance rate for 2018 is XX as of this writing. A higher attendance rate next year will favourably impact #h academic achievement.
4=#N's overall attendance rate for 2018 is XX as of this writing. This is disappointingly low, and #e should make attendance a higher priority next year to support #h academic progress.
5=#N's overall attendance rate for 2018 is XX as of this writing. #E is an able student, but poor attendance can inhibit the achievement of even top students. A higher attendance rate next year will favourably impact #h academic achievement.
6=#E should be proud of #h 100% attendance this year and always being in the correct uniform and displaying a can do attitude.
7=#E should be commended for #h 91% attendance this year and always being in the correct uniform and displaying a can do attitude.
8=#E often arrives to #h classes late and currently has a 77% attendance rate. #N is usually in the correct uniform and sometimes arrives with the correct gear, ready to learn.
9=#E does, however, have a very low attendance rate of 78%, which is something #e needs to work on. Not attending school will be having a detrimental effect on #h learning.
10=#N always presents to school in correct uniform and #h attendance has been great.
11=#H attendance has been excellent for the year as a whole but #e needs to attempt to be on time for school more regularly next year. #E wears the school uniform with pride and respects the rules of the school.
12=I have been pleased with #h overall punctuality to class, tidy uniform and #h good behaviour in form class. #N is always courteous and engaged in form time and #h attendance has been excellent.
13=#N has an excellent attendance rate for this year so far and is always punctual to classes.
14=#N has a good attendance rate for this year so far and is always punctual to classes.
15=#N has an excellent attendance rate for this year so far and is generally punctual to classes.
16=#N has a good attendance rate for this year so far and is usually punctual to classes.
17=#N has a poor attendance rate for this year so far and is often late to classes.
COMMENTS: Form Cocurricular EOY 2018
1=#N has participated in XXX for Trident this year.
2=This year #e has been busy beyond the classroom taking part in the AAA, and playing both AAA and AA. #E should be commended for managing these activities and remaining on track in #h academic studies.
3=#N has contributed well to school life with #h involvement in the school Athletics and Swimming Sports days.
4=#N has been involved in the life of the school through #h involvement in Swimming, Cross-country and Sports Leadership.
5=#N has taken part in the AAA electives and also participated in the AAA earlier in the year.
6=#N has actively participated in a variety of school events, including the cross country and the AAA. A highlight of the year is likely to be attending the Taupo Adventure camp.
7=#N has contributed well to school life with #h involvement in the Football Team, Swimming Sports and Science Enrichment Trip.
8=#N has been involved in the life of the school through #h involvement in Basketball, Volleyball and Swimming Sports. #E should be commended for making the Boys Tournament Team in the 2018 North Island Junior Secondary Schools Volleyball Championship.
9=#N has been involved in xxx as #h school elective for Term 1 and Term 2.
10=#N has been involved in xxx as their school electives during Term 1 and Term 2.
11=#N has been involved in xxx as #h school elective for Term 1 and Term 2. #N has also been involved in . and should be commended on getting involved in extra school activities
COMMENTS: Form Credits T3 2016
1=As of this writing, #N has earned XX NCEA Level One credits. 80 are required to earn the NCEA Level One certificate, so #N is well-positioned to finish the year successfully. #E should make performance on end-of-year examinations a priority.
2=As of this writing, #N has earned XX NCEA Level One credits. 80 are required to earn the NCEA Level One certificate, so #N should work carefully with #h teachers to earn as many credits as possible before the end of the year.
3=As of this writing, #N has earned enough NCEA Level One credits to gain the Level One Certificate, and should be proud of this accomplishment.
COMMENTS: Form Ending EOY 2018
1=I look forward to seeing #N's continued academic and personal growth at Trident next year.
2=I look forward to seeing #h examination results and #h continued growth at Trident next year.
3=#N is encouraged to make the most of all academic and co-curricular opportunities available to #m next year to further develop #h learning outside of the classroom. Next year, #h goal is to work even harder.
4=#N is encouraged to make the most of all academic and co-curricular opportunities available to #m next year to further develop #h learning outside of the classroom. Next year, #h goals are to learn new skills, be extra positive and to push #s to go out of #h comfort zone.
5=It has been a pleasure being #N's form teacher this year, and I wish #m all the best for the future.
6=#N is a valued member of 10GR and as #h form teacher I encourage #m to always look at ways to be the best in everything #e undertakes.
7=I have enjoyed having #N in this form class, and wish #m every success as #e moves on to Year 11.
8=#E will need to make sure that the behaviour and routines that #e does now continue on into next year to give #h the best chance possible of gaining the credits necessary to pass NCEA Level One next year.
9=I look forward to #N building upon these positive experiences next year as #e does have the potential to do really well at Trident.
10=I am sure if #N takes note of the comments from #h teachers and acts upon them, #e will be very successful in NCEA Level One next year. I wish #N all the best for #h remaining years at Trident.
11=#N has been a pleasure to have in my form class and I would like to take this opportunity to wish #m all the best for #h remaining years at Trident.
12=#N's teacher gave #m some advice on #h next steps in #h class report. #E would do well to listen to this advice in order to help #m reach #h goal.
COMMENTS: Form Intro EOY 2018
1=#N is a friendly and respectful student, and it has been a pleasure to have #m in my form class this year.
2=#N is a friendly and sociable student, and it has been a pleasure to have #m in my form class this year.
3=#N is generally a quiet student during form time. It has been a pleasure to have #m in my class this year.
4=#N is a personable student who is always respectful and friendly in form time.
5=#N is a quiet, polite and respectful member of our 10GR form class.
6=#N is a pleasant and well mannered student with a positive outlook and attitude. It has been a pleasure being #h form teacher this year.
7=#N a friendly and energetic member of the form class.
8=#N is a delightful and positive member of the form class.
9=#N has been a pleasant and well mannered student in our 10GR form this year.
10=#N is a friendly, happy student. Over the course of the year #e has matured and consistently makes positive learning choices.
11=#N is a quiet and polite student, who is a pleasure to have in my form class.
12=#N is a sociable and friendly student, who is a pleasure to have in my form class.
13=#N is an amiable and polite student, who is a pleasure to have in my form class.
COMMENTS: Form Uniform EOY 2018
1=#E has consistently worn the Trident uniform this year.
2=#E has usually worn the Trident uniform this year, but sometimes needed a reminder to remove a jersey.
3=#E has usually worn the Trident uniform this year, but sometimes needed a reminder to remove a hat.
4=#E has usually worn the Trident uniform this year, but sometimes needed a reminder to remove a jersey or hat.
5=#E is always well presented in school uniform.
6=#E has sometimes worn the Trident uniform this year, but has needed a reminder to remove a jersey.
COMMENTS: G: Behavior sentences
1=#N has #Frequency been disrespectful and argumentative.
2=#E #Frequency comes to class unprepared.
3=#N is #Frequency disruptive.
4=I would like #N to spend less time chatting during instruction.
5=#N has a positive attitude toward learning, however #e does not always seem to try #h best.
6=Although #N is working hard, #e has not had the best of starts this #Time-period.
7=Homework has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late or not at all.
8=#N is #Frequency tardy to class and has missed #Frequency classes.
9=#N missed #Frequency classes.
10=#E has been asked to come for extra help and has #Frequency taken advantage of the extra support.
11=#E has difficulty remaining alert.
12=#N has difficulty being attentive during class.
COMMENTS: Help Statements
1=I am happy to make myself available for extra tuition for #N as often as needed to support #h achievement in these examinations.
COMMENTS: Housepoints/ responsibilities
1=#H has achieved an excellent number of house points.
2=#H has achieved a good number of house points.
3=#H needs to work on achieving more house points.
COMMENTS: I/L comment
1=#E has produced good pieces of independent learning.
2=#E has produced some satisfactory pieces of independent learning.
3=#E has produced good independent learning at times although some work has been late.
4=#E could improve #h independent learning by spending more time adding detail.
5=#E could improve #h independent learning by spending more time on it to ensure it is #h best work.
6=#E has produced some satisfactory pieces of independent learning.
7=#E has produced some satisfactory pieces of independent learning, but at times #h this work has appeared to have been completed in a hurry.
8=#E needs to spend longer on independent learning completing it to the best of #h ability.
9=#E needs to make a much greater effort with independent learning, completing the work fully and handing it in on time.
COMMENTS: Improvement comments
1=#N has the ability to do better.
2=In order for #N to improve, #e needs to be consistently prepared for class, and fully participate.
3=To improve #h results next #Time-period, #e needs to #How-to-improve and #How-to-improve.
4=#N needs to become more proficient with the graphing calculator.
5=In order to improve I would like to see more questions being raised during class time.
6=In order to improve, #N needs to slow down and show #h working out.
7=#N has applied #s this year but could do with #How-to-improve to further #h understanding and results.
8=In order to do better I recommend that #N focus more in class, complete classwork and homework, and revise for tests and quizzes using notes and practicing review problems
9=#N should improve effort.
10=#E needs to work harder at completing classwork and homework.
11=#E needs to attend the learning center.
12=#N has generally worked well this year but needs to focus better in class.
13=#E needs to show more formula substitution and working out.
14=#E should attend class regularly.
15=#N should consider tutoring.
16=#N hould look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
17=#H should consider a binder to keep class materials organized.
18=#N should turn in homework on time.
19=#N needs to participate in class by following along and checking #h understanding.
COMMENTS: Junior EOY 2016 Conclusion Y10
1=However, in the classroom #N has at times shown the ability to grow #h understanding and gain new skills, and I urge #m to carry forward #h learning towards a successful experience with senior Mathematics at Trident.
2=However, in the classroom #N has at times shown the ability to grow #h understanding and gain new skills, and I urge #m to carry forward a work-hard, can-do attitude towards a successful experience with senior Mathematics at Trident.
3=I look forward to seeing #N's continued successes in senior-level Mathematics at Trident.
4=I look forward to seeing #N's continued progress through senior-level Mathematics at Trident.
5=I have enjoyed having #N in this class and wish #m all the best as #e moves on to a new school to start Year 11.
6=I would like to wish #N all the best in #h Mathematics journey and hope to see #m achieve further success in the subject.
COMMENTS: Junior EOY 2016 Conclusion Y9
1=I have been happy to have #N in my class this year, and look forward to seeing #h continued growth in Mathematics at Trident in the years to come.
2=I recognise strong potential in Mathematics with #N, and urge #m to pursue the subject with increased rigour in Year 10.
3=I recognise strong potential in Mathematics with #N, and urge #m to pursue the subject with even greater rigour in Year 10.
4=I have enjoyed having #N in this class and wish #m all the best as #e moves on to a new school to start Year 10.
5=I would like to wish #N all the best in #h Mathematics journey and hope to see #m achieve further success in the subject.
COMMENTS: Junior EOY 2016 Intro
1=#N is a respectful and engaged student, and I enjoy having #m in class. Our focus in Terms Three and Four has been on Geometry, Algebra, and Graphs.
2=#N is a talkative student who enjoys the company of #h classmates. Our focus in Terms Three and Four has been on Geometry, Algebra, and Graphs.
3=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class. Our focus in Terms Three and Four has been on Geometry, Algebra, and Graphs.
4=#N is a generally quiet and respectful student in class. It has been a pleasure to have #m in Mathematics this year. Our focus in Terms Three and Four has been on Geometry, Algebra, and Graphs.
COMMENTS: Junior EOY 2018 LOMAS
1=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 6.
2=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 5.
3=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 4.
4=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 3. To see improvement in this area, #N should frequently practice multiplicative strategies, ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables, and revise basic number properties like place value.
5=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 2. To see improvement in this area, #N should frequently practice multiplicative strategies, ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables, and revise basic number properties like place value.
6=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown improvement to curriculum level 3. To see further improvement in this area, #N should frequently practice multiplicative strategies, ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables, and revise basic number properties like place value.
7=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown improvement to upper sub-levels of NZ curriculum level 4.
8=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown improvement to upper sub-levels of NZ curriculum level 5.
9=#N's periodic tests of basic numeracy skills this year have shown improvement to upper sub-levels of NZ curriculum level 6.
10=While #e is still working towards the curriculum level expected in Year 9 at this time, #e has shown outstanding improvement in #h e-asttle numeracy test score, moving from 3A at the start of the year to 4P when tested recently, which is very pleasing.
11=While #e is still working towards the curriculum level expected in Year 10 at this time, #e has shown outstanding improvement in #h e-asttle numeracy test score, moving from 3A at the start of the year to 4P when tested recently, which is very pleasing.
12=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown consistent performance at the upper sub-levels of NZ curriculum level 5, with some tests placing #m at level 6.
13=#N has retained #h basic numeracy knowledge (LOMAS and Easttle Numeracy Tests) throughout the year.
14=#N numeracy ability is at Level 6 of the NZ Curriculum, which is above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student. #E has improved in numeracy by 2 curriculum sub-levels since Term One.
15=#N numeracy ability is at Level 4 of the NZ Curriculum, which is above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student. #E has improved in numeracy by 2 curriculum sub-levels since Term One.
16=#N numeracy ability is at Level 5 of the NZ Curriculum, which is at the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student. #E has improved in numeracy by 2 curriculum sub-levels since Term One.
COMMENTS: Junior EOY 2018 Results Y10
1=#N's examination results are in keeping with #h results throughout the year, and indicate a readiness for the rigours of NCEA next year. #E should be proud of #h successes in formal assessments this year.
2=#N's examination results are mostly in keeping with #h results throughout the year. #E may be challenged by the rigours of NCEA next year, and should reflect carefully on #h study practices in preparation for formal assessments.
3=#N's examination results are somewhat poorer than #h results earlier in the year. #E should reflect on the preparation that led up to these examinations, particularly as #e will be challenged with formal NCEA examinations next year.
4=#N's examination results are somewhat poorer than #h results earlier in the year. #E should reflect on the preparation that led up to these examinations, particularly as #e will be challenged with NCEA assessments next year.
5=#N's examination results are mostly in keeping with #h earlier results. It is disappointing that #e has not found more success in formal assessments this year. As #e enters the senior school, #N should reflect carefully on #h preparation practices for formal assessments.
6=#N's examination results are somewhat poorer than #h results earlier in the year. As #e enters the senior school, #N should reflect carefully on #h preparation practices for formal assessments.
COMMENTS: Junior EOY 2018 Results Y9
1=#N's examination results are in keeping with #h earlier assessment results, and #e should be proud of #h successes in formal assessments this year.
2=#N's examination results are somewhat poorer than #h assessment results earlier in the year. #E should reflect on the preparation that led up to these examinations, and resolve to take an improved approach to all formal assessments in Year 10. Improvement in Algebra and Graphs is a must for #N if #e wants to pursue Mathematics to an advanced level in #h senior years.
3=#N's examination results are generally in keeping with #h earlier assessment results this year. It is disappointing that #e has not seen greater success in formal assessment situations, and #e should resolve to improve #h performance in Year 10. Improvement in Algebra and Graphs is a must for #N if #e wants to pursue Mathematics to an advanced level in #h senior years.
4=#N's examination results are generally in keeping with #h earlier assessment results this year. Improvement in Algebra and Graphs is a must for #N if #e wants to pursue Mathematics to an advanced level in #h senior years.
5=#N's examination results are generally in keeping with #h earlier assessment results this year. It is disappointing that #e has not seen greater success in formal assessment situations, and #e should resolve to improve #h performance in Year 10.
6=#N's examination results are somewhat poorer than #h assessment results earlier in the year. #E should reflect on the preparation that led up to these examinations, and resolve to take an improved approach to all formal assessments in Year 10.
7=#N's examination results are generally in keeping with #h earlier assessment results this year. Improvement in Algebra is a must for #N if #e wants to pursue Mathematics to an advanced level in #h senior years.
8=#N has made some progress over the year and is continuing to work towards curriculum level 5 (the expected learning level for #h age). #N attended the end of year exam and demonstrated real growth in #h basic numeracy skills, understanding word problems, geometry, patterns and algebra.
9=#N has made great progress over the year and is continuing to work towards curriculum level 5 (the expected learning level for #h age). #N attended the end of year exam and demonstrated real growth in #h basic numeracy skills, understanding word problems, geometry, patterns and algebra.
10=#N has made limited progress over the year and is continuing to work towards curriculum level 5 (the expected learning level for #h age). #N attended the end of year exam and demonstrated some growth in #h basic numeracy skills, understanding word problems, geometry, patterns and algebra.
11=#N's examination results are somewhat poorer than #h earlier assessment results, but it was #h first formal examination at Trident and I think that looking back across the year clearly reveals a record of outstanding achievement that #N should be very proud of.
COMMENTS: Junior LOMAS 2017
1=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 6. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
2=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 5. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
3=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 4. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator to see improvement in this area. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips or how much it will cost to fill the car with petrol.
4=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 3. To see improvement in this area, #N should ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables up through 12, and try to use basic mental calculations in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips.
5=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 2. To see improvement in this area, #N should ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables up through 12, and try to use basic mental calculations in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips.
6=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown improvement to curriculum level 3. To see further improvement in this area, #N should ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables up through 12, and try to use basic mental calculations in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips.
7=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown improvement to curriculum level 4. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator to see improvement in this area. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips or how much it will cost to fill the car with petrol.
8=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown improvement to curriculum level 5. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
9=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown improvement to curriculum level 6. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
COMMENTS: Junior LOMAS APEX 2017
1=#H basic number abilities are tracking at NZ curriculum level 6. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
2=#H basic number abilities are tracking at NZ curriculum level 5. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
3=#H basic number abilities are tracking at NZ curriculum level 4. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator to see improvement in this area. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips or how much it will cost to fill the car with petrol.
4=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown improvement to curriculum level 6. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
5=#H periodic numeracy tests in terms 1 and 2 have shown improvement to curriculum level 5. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
COMMENTS: Junior LOMAS EOY 2017
1=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 6. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
2=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 5. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
3=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 4. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator to see improvement in this area. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips or how much it will cost to fill the car with petrol.
4=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 3. To see improvement in this area, #N should ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables up through 12, and try to use basic mental calculations in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips.
5=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown consistent performance at NZ curriculum level 2. To see improvement in this area, #N should ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables up through 12, and try to use basic mental calculations in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips.
6=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown improvement to curriculum level 3. To see further improvement in this area, #N should ensure full knowledge of the multiplication tables up through 12, and try to use basic mental calculations in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips.
7=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown improvement to curriculum level 4. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator to see improvement in this area. For example, #e can try to estimate how long it will take to drive between towns on car trips or how much it will cost to fill the car with petrol.
8=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown improvement to curriculum level 5. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
9=#H periodic numeracy tests this year have shown improvement to curriculum level 6. #N should continue to practice multiplicative strategies without a calculator in daily life. For example, #e can try to estimate the duration of car trips, the cost to fill the car with petrol, or the total cost of produce at the grocery store using its weight.
COMMENTS: KC - Managing Self
1=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E consistently completes homework assignments set.
2=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E usually completes homework assignments set.
3=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E usually completes homework assignments set, but #e could be more consistent in this.
4=#N is able to work independently but sometimes needs to be prompted to finish work. #E uses initiative in completing activities but sometimes needs to spend more time trying each problem before asking for help. #E completes some homework assignments set.
5=#N is able to work independently but sometimes needs to be prompted to finish work. #E uses initiative in completing activities but sometimes needs to spend more time trying each problem before asking for help. #E completes few homework assignments set.
6=#N usually needs direction to begin work. #E often comes to class without the equipment needed such as pens, pencils or #h book. Many days #N does not complete as much work as #e could. #E generally does not complete homework assignments set.
COMMENTS: KC - Managing Self 10KE APEX
1=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E consistently completes homework assignments set.
2=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E usually completes homework assignments set.
3=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #N's algebra homework completion has been generally good in Term 2, but #e has not completed many of the assigned homeworks on the ThatQuiz website.
4=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #N's algebra homework completion has been generally good in Term 2, but #e has not completed some of the assigned homeworks on the ThatQuiz website.
5=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #N's algebra homework completion has dropped off in Term 2, which is a concern.
COMMENTS: KC - Managing Self 10LF
1=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E consistently completes homework assignments set.
2=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E usually completes homework assignments set.
3=#N is able to work independently. #E is attentive and engaged during each lesson. #E uses initiative when completing work and attempts all activities before asking for help. #E usually completes homework assignments set, but #e could be more consistent in this.
4=#N is able to work independently but sometimes needs to be prompted to finish work. #E uses initiative in completing activities but sometimes needs to spend more time trying each problem before asking for help. #E completes some homework assignments set.
5=#N is able to work independently but usually needs to be prompted to finish work. #E uses initiative in attempting activities but should ask for help more often to accelerate #h progress. #E completes some homework assignments set.
6=#N is able to work independently but sometimes needs to be prompted to finish work. #E uses initiative in completing activities but sometimes needs to spend more time trying each problem before asking for help. #E completes few homework assignments set.
7=#N usually needs direction to begin work. Many days #N does not complete as much work as #e could. #E generally does not complete homework assignments set.
8=#N usually needs direction to begin work. Many days #N does not complete as much work as #e could. #E does not complete homework.
COMMENTS: KC - Participation
1=#N begins working on the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is eager to start group activities and engage in class discussion.
2=#N usually attempts the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is generally willing to participate in groups activities and engage in class discussion.
3=#N usually attempts the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is willing to participate in group activities and engage in class discussion.
4=#N often needs prompting to attempt the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is generally slow to begin activities and reluctant to engage in class discussion.
5=#N begins working on the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E has shown great improvement in #h participation in class discussions.
COMMENTS: KC - Participation 10KE APEX
1=#N begins working on the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is eager to start group activities and engage in class discussion.
2=#N attempts the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is willing to participate in groups activities and engage in class discussion.
3=#N attempts the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E has shown great improvement in #h participation in class discussions.
COMMENTS: KC - Participation 10LF
1=#N usually attempts the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is willing to participate in groups activities and engage in class discussion.
2=#N usually attempts the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is generally willing to participate in groups activities and engage in class discussion.
3=#N often needs prompting to attempt the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is generally slow to begin activities and reluctant to engage in class discussion.
4=#N does not usually attempt the "Do Now" activity at the start of every lesson. #E is generally slow or unwilling to begin activities and reluctant to engage in class discussion.
COMMENTS: KC - Relationships
1=#N always has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E helps others in #h group and leads by example.
2=#N always has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E collaborates with students in #h group and supports the learning of #h peers.
3=#N generally has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E collaborates with students in #h group.
4=#N often engages others in class with off-task discussion and other distractions. #H behaviour is sometimes a barrier to the learning of #s and others.
COMMENTS: KC - Relationships 10 LF
1=#N always has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E helps others in #h group and leads by example.
2=#N always has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E collaborates with students in #h group and supports the learning of #h peers.
3=#N generally has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E collaborates with students in #h group.
4=#N often engages others in class with off-task discussion and other distractions. #H behaviour is sometimes barrier to the learning of #s and others.
5=#N often engages others in class with off-task discussion and other distractions. #H behaviour is sometimes barrier to the learning of #s and others, and #e does not always engage with others in a respectful manner.
COMMENTS: KC - Relationships 10KE APEX
1=#N always has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E collaborates with students in #h group and supports the learning of #h peers.
2=#N always has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E helps others in #h group and leads by example.
3=#N generally has a positive attitude and is polite towards teachers and peers. #E collaborates with students in #h group.
COMMENTS: KS- end sentence
1=#E needs to try to ask questions in the lessons to extend #h knowledge.
2=#E needs to ensure that #e maintains #h good effort, and always aims to complete extension activities.
3=#E needs to maintain #h excellent effort in lessons and continue making a valuable contribution to discussions. #N should try to extend their knowledge by asking questions about the work in lessons.
4=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons when unsure of the work, #e also needs to revise thoroughly for end of topic tests.
5=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, and to revise thoroughly for all tests.
6=#E needs to increase #h focus in lessons, and rate of work production so that #e can achieve #h potential.
7=#E needs to try to get started on classwork activities more quickly, so #e can complete more work in the lessons.
8=#E works at a casual rate in lessons, #e needs to push #s to complete as much work as #e can and aim to complete extension activities.
9=#E needs to work at a faster rate during the lessons, getting started on activities more quickly and asking for help as soon as #e needs it should help to achieve this.
10=#E can work well in lessons, however at other times #e needs to increase #h rate of work production.
11=#E generally works well in the lessons, but rarely asks for help. #E could aim to add more detail to independent learning .
COMMENTS: KS3 end sentence
1=#E needs to try to ask questions in the lessons to extend #h knowledge.
2=#E needs to ensure that #e maintains #h good effort, and always aims to complete extension activities.
3=#E needs to maintain #h excellent effort in lessons and continue making a valuable contribution to discussions. #N should try to extend their knowledge by asking questions about the work in lessons.
4=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons when unsure of the work, #e also needs to revise thoroughly for end of topic tests.
5=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, and to revise thoroughly for all tests.
6=#E needs to increase #h focus in lessons, and rate of work production so that #e can achieve #h potential.
7=#E needs to try to get started on classwork activities more quickly, so #e can complete more work in the lessons.
8=#E works at a casual rate in lessons, #e needs to push #s to complete as much work as #e can and aim to complete extension activities.
9=#E needs to ask for help as soon as #e needs it, and ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding.
10=#E can work well in lessons, however at other times #e needs to increase #h rate of work production.
11=#E generally works well in the lessons, but rarely asks for help.
12=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding.
13=#E should try to ask questions in the lesson to extend #h knowledge.
14=#E needs to stay more focussed on class work activities in order to complete more work in the lessons.
15=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons to extend #h knowledge, and revise thoroughly for tests.
16=#E needs to ask for help as soon as #e needs it, and make sure that #e revises thoroughly for tests
COMMENTS: KS3 middle sentence
1=#E achieved #h minimum target sublevel in the end of year examination.
2=#E did not achieve #h minimum target sublevel in the end of year examination.
3=#E did not achieve #h minimum target sublevel in the end of year examination, but has achieved this level in some of the in end of unit tests.
4=Unfortunately #e did not achieve #h minimum target sublevel in the end of year examination, but has achieved this level in some of the end of unit tests.
5=Unfortunately #e did not achieve #h minimum target sublevel in the end of year examination, but has achieved this level in many of the end of unit tests.
6=#E narrowly missed achieving #h minimum target grade in the end of year examination, but has achieved this level in some of the end of unit tests.
7=#E narrowly missed achieving #h minimum target grade in the end of year examination, but has achieved this level in many of the end of unit tests.
8=#E exceeded their minimum target grade in the end of year examination.
9=#E greatly exceeded #h minimum target grade in the end of year examination.
10=Unfortunately #e did not achieve #h target grade in the end of year exam.
COMMENTS: LM Area of most improvement
1=#N has worked on beginning tasks more promptly and has improved as evidenced by #h Management of Learning indicators.
2=I have witnessed an improvement with #N's leadership qualities. This was evident in the organisation of the house in Performing Arts.
3=#N has improved #h public speaking skills and this will only serve to improve #h leadership qualities.
4=Over the years I have really witnessed a young person maturing into a young adult. I have enjoyed having the company of #N in study and look forward to hearing of their successes in the future.
5=#N has improved #h organisation over the course of the year and will benefit from this as #e moves into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: LM farewell
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and wish #m well for next year as #e starts as a Senior School student.
2=I wish #N all the best for #h first year in the Senior School.
3=I congratulate #N on graduating from the Middle School and look forward to working with #m next year in Kennedy House.
4=It has been a fantastic start to the year for #N and I am looking forward to working with #m over the next 3 years.
5=I am enjoying getting to know #N more personally and am looking forward to working with them achieve their goals.
6=I congratulate #N on a fantastic start to #h first Senior School year.
7=I wish #N all the best for the remainder of the year.
8=I have had a fantastic time with #N over the last few years and look forward to hearing of #h successes as they venture into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: LM Grades
1=#N's assessment results have also been outstanding and indicative of #h broad range of skills and knowledge across the curriculum.
2=#N's assessment results are very high, indicating a strong level of understanding and skills in all domains.
3=#N's assessment results are also excellent. #H continues to respond to teacher feedback when given, and demonstrates high levels of maturity and self-efficacy in #h learning approach.
4=#N was a little disappointed with #h grades this term and consequently did not get into the subjects so desired for #time. I encourage #N to use this as motivation to improve next year. The subject's will still be there in year 11.
5=#N's grades are indicative of where #e currently sits within the cohort.
COMMENTS: LM intro
1=#N has completed a generally positive #time.
2=#N has enjoyed a very successful #time.
3=#N has completed an excellent #time.
4=#N has completed a highly successful #time.
5=#N has returned from King Island with renewed energy and interest.
6=It has been a pleasure to have #N back in the Ross community and the study group this term.
7=Since returning from King Island, #N seems more mature and is displaying an improved attitude toward #h studies.
8=It was obviously a fantastic new experience for #N and #e has become a much more mature and well-rounded individual.
9=It has been a pleasure to have #N back in the Ross community and the study group this term. It is evident that #N's time on King Island was a positive one and I hope #e is able to reflect on #h experiences during the next few years.
10=It has been a pleasure getting to know #N this term.
11=I congratulate #N on a great start to #h time in the Senior School.
12=#N has started #h time in the Senior School with much enthusiam and a keeness to do well.
COMMENTS: LM MOL's
1=#E is still struggling with aspects such as starting tasks quickly and organisation and this is reflected in #h Management of Learning indicators.
2=#H Management of Learning indicators are solid across the curriculum, however there is some room for improvement in the area of concentration.
3=#E has approached #h subjects with outstanding focus and organisation, as reflected in #h very high Management of Learning indicators and solid results in #h assessments.
4=#E has achieved outstanding Management of Learning indicators as a result of #h consistent and organised approach to learning.
5=#N's excellent Management of Learning indicators and excellent grades are also indicative of the focused work that #e constantly employs in most of #h subjects.
6=#E has achieved outstanding Management of Learning indicators, with the highest rank of 'Always' given consistently.
7=#E has achieved outstanding Management of Learning indicators and has once again been assisted by #h systematic and organised approach to learning.
8=#E would be disappointed with the Management of Learning indicators achieved as they have dropped off since last term. This is an ever increasingly important area to focus on as #e moves into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: LM needs to improve
1=#N can however be a little distracting and I would like to see #N work on this during #time, by focusing more on #h own work.
2=#N is going to work on improving #h #classes results next term by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
3=#N is going to try and manage #h time more effectively both in Study and at home in order to improve #h grades.
COMMENTS: LM sport/house
1=#N has continued to enjoy being a part of the College Basketball team and is consistently a solid member of the Ross House.
2=#N continues to be a strong presence on the sporting field, and I wish #m well for the summer. #H leadership on the sporting field has been reflected in #h support from Kennedy House.
3=#N has continued to enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular pursuits, both artistically and physically. I encourage #N to keep up #h involvement in the broad curriculum that College offers, and in which #e seems to strive.
4=#N's involvement with both the Kennedy and Senior School communities continues to be of great significance.
5=#N has been an enthusiastic member of Kennedy House and continues to use #h time effectively whilst in Study.
6=In the wider context, #N has enjoyed after school Table Tennis and enjoys being a member of Kennedy House.
7=#N uses #h time effectively during Study and has maintained an organised approach to #h learning.
8=#N has been a very positive contributor during Study and #e knows how to manage #h time effectively; a skill which will be more beneficial as #e moves into the Senior School.
9=#N has been involved with the College Rowing program which requires much commitment and a mature attitude. I applaud #N for #h efforts in this fantastic community.
COMMENTS: LM subjects
1=#N has chosen #h subjects wisely for next year and I wish #m all the best with next year's curriculum.
2=#N has worked hard to get into #h chosen VCE subjects next year. Well done.
3=#N has made good decisions in regards to #h chosen subjects next year. There is good variety and I believe that this will allow for more options in year 11.
4=#N has a good range of subjects which seems to be having a positive effect on #h attitude to #h studies.
5=#N is enjoying #h selected subjects and is benefiting from the pathway #e has chosen.
6=#N is having a good time in #h selected VCE subjects and is staying on top of the increased workload.
7=#N is benefiting from #h chosen subjects. #E has definetly chosen to #h strengths and #h learning is benefiting from it.
COMMENTS: Main Comment APEX 2017 ending
1=#N's very strong result on our first NCEA Level One paper should give #m confidence going forward, and #e should set an ambitious personal goal for the MCAT examination in September.
2=#N's strong result on our first NCEA Level One paper should give #m confidence going forward, and #e should set an ambitious personal goal for the MCAT examination in September.
3=#N's successful result on our first NCEA Level One paper should give #m confidence going forward, and #e should set an ambitious personal goal for the MCAT examination in September.
COMMENTS: Main Comment Year 10 2017 Intro
1=#N is consistently achieving above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
2=#N is generally achieving above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
3=#N is consistently meeting the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
4=#N is generally meeting the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
5=Although #N has not quite met the standard in some aspects, #e is generally working at the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
6=#N is not currently meeting the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
COMMENTS: Main Comment Year 10 APEX 2017 Intro
1=#N is achieving above the standard expected of a Year 10 Mathematics student.
COMMENTS: Main Comment Year 9 2017 Intro
1=#N is consistently achieving above the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
2=#N is generally achieving above the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
3=#N is consistently meeting the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
4=#N is generally meeting the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
5=Although #N has not quite met the standard in some aspects, #e is generally working above the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
6=Although #N has not quite met the standard in some aspects, #e is generally working at the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
7=#N is yet to meet the standard expected of a Year 9 Mathematics student.
COMMENTS: Mathematics Strengths 2018
1=#E shows a thorough understanding of mathematical concepts and applies knowledge and skills in familiar contexts with a high degree of effectiveness.
2=#E shows considerable understanding of mathematical concepts and applies knowledge and skills in familiar contexts with considerable effectiveness.
3=#E shows limited understanding of mathematical concepts and applies knowledge and skills in familiar contexts with some effectiveness.
4=#E shows some understanding of mathematical concepts and applies knowledge and skills in familiar contexts with limited effectiveness.
5=Despite being reluctant to write tasks in #h book, #e often contributes well to class discussions and displays a good general level of understanding. At times, #e has pushed #s by focussing more in class and has been surprised at what #e can achieve.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Mathematics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Methods course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. The teacher should be used both in and out of the classroom as a resource.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. This could be achieved through increased awareness of expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #h is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning about physics concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 concluding statement
1=I wish #N all the best for next year, and look forward to hearing about #h progress.
2=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
3=#E is wonderful to have in class and I wish #m all the best in the next two terms.
4=It has been a pleasure teaching #N so far this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
5=I look forward to working with #N over the next two terms.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 intro
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Mathematics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Methods course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: Next Steps for Learning 10KE APEX 2017
1=I have no major concerns about #N's current level of classwork or overall performance. #E is always welcome to seek extra help with me if there's anything #e feels #e could improve.
2=#N needs to make homework completion a high priority this term, as the homework consists of basic skills that will appear on the MCAT examination. #E is welcome to seek extra help from me during lunchtimes to catch up on assignments.
3=#N needs to make homework completion a higher priority this term, as the homework consists of basic skills that will appear on the MCAT examination. #E is welcome to seek extra help from me during lunchtimes to catch up on assignments.
COMMENTS: Next Steps for Learning Junior 2017
1=I have no major concerns about #N's current level of classwork or overall performance. #E is always welcome to seek extra help with me if there's anything #e feels #e could improve.
2=#N should make homework completion a higher priority, as the homework assigned consists of basic skills that will appear on assessments.
3=#N should resolve to complete more work each day in class, as currently #e is not always putting in #h best effort.
4=#N should resolve to complete more work each day in class, as currently #e is not always putting in #h best effort. #N should also make homework completion a higher priority, as the homework assigned consists of basic skills that will appear on assessments.
5=#N should resolve to complete more work each day in class, as #e often does not put in much effort. #N should also make homework completion a higher priority, as the homework assigned consists of basic skills that will appear on assessments.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. The teacher should be used both in and out of the classroom as a resource.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
6=In order to improve, #N will need to spend some time getting to know #h way around the calculator. This will allow for better time efficiency in the exams.
7=In order to improve, #N should complete more questions under exam conditions. This will improve #h time management during exams.
8=In order to improve, #N should ask more questions during class and seek assistance at the time trouble arrises, and not wait until later in the week or next class.
9=In order to improve I would like to see more questions being raised during class time.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. This could be achieved through increased awareness of expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #h is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning about physics concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class comparison to previous
1=This is an improvement from #Time and I comment #N on the work #e has put in to achieve this.
2=This is a drop in achievement since #Time, and #N should look at the previous #Time to see what #h differences were.
3=This is similar to the grade achieved in #Time. I believe #N has the ability to improve this next year.
4=This is similar to the grade achieved in #Time. I believe this is reflective of the work completed throughout the year.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class concluding statement
1=I wish #N all the best for next year, and look forward to hearing about #h progress in Physics 3/4.
2=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
3=I wish #m all the best for the future.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class intro
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Physics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Physics course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class organisation
1=#N whould look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
2=#N has unsatisfactory organisation. This is effecting the work output that #h is producing. I would reccomend this as an area for improvement.
3=#H organisational skills are satisfactory.
4=#E has fantastic organisational skills. This allows #m to be time efficient in planning and is able to structure the work appropriately.
5=#H organisational skills are satisfactory but could be improved by having a workbook and an answer booklet.
COMMENTS: OLD-Class Results
1=#N has a received a #Results for #h final #Time grade.
2=This is not a true reflection of #n's grades and I would imagine that #e would be quite disappointed with this result.
3=This is an accurate representation of #n's grades and a reflection of the work completed throughout the #time.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM Area of most improvement
1=#N has worked on beginning tasks more promptly and has improved as evidenced by #h Management of Learning indicators.
2=I have witnessed an improvement with #N's leadership qualities. This was evident in the organisation of the house in Performing Arts.
3=#N has improved #h public speaking skills and this will only serve to improve #h leadership qualities.
4=Over the years I have really witnessed a young person maturing into a young adult. I have enjoyed having the company of #N in study and look forward to hearing of their successes in the future.
5=#N has improved #h organisation over the course of the year and will benefit from this as #e moves into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM farewell
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and wish #m well for next year as #e starts as a Senior School student.
2=I wish #N all the best for #h first year in the Senior School.
3=I congratulate #N on graduating from the Middle School and look forward to working with #m next year in Kennedy House.
4=It has been a fantastic start to the year for #N and I am looking forward to working with #m over the next 3 years.
5=I am enjoying getting to know #N more personally and am looking forward to working with them achieve their goals.
6=I congratulate #N on a fantastic start to #h first Senior School year.
7=I wish #N all the best for the remainder of the year.
8=I have had a fantastic time with #N over the last few years and look forward to hearing of #h successes as they venture into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM Grades
1=#N's assessment results have also been outstanding and indicative of #h broad range of skills and knowledge across the curriculum.
2=#N's assessment results are very high, indicating a strong level of understanding and skills in all domains.
3=#N's assessment results are also excellent. #H continues to respond to teacher feedback when given, and demonstrates high levels of maturity and self-efficacy in #h learning approach.
4=#N was a little disappointed with #h grades this term and consequently did not get into the subjects so desired for #time. I encourage #N to use this as motivation to improve next year. The subject's will still be there in year 11.
5=#N's grades are indicative of where #e currently sits within the cohort.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM intro
1=#N has completed a generally positive #time.
2=#N has enjoyed a very successful #time.
3=#N has completed an excellent #time.
4=#N has completed a highly successful #time.
5=#N has returned from King Island with renewed energy and interest.
6=It has been a pleasure to have #N back in the Ross community and the study group this term.
7=Since returning from King Island, #N seems more mature and is displaying an improved attitude toward #h studies.
8=It was obviously a fantastic new experience for #N and #e has become a much more mature and well-rounded individual.
9=It has been a pleasure to have #N back in the Ross community and the study group this term. It is evident that #N's time on King Island was a positive one and I hope #e is able to reflect on #h experiences during the next few years.
10=It has been a pleasure getting to know #N this term.
11=I congratulate #N on a great start to #h time in the Senior School.
12=#N has started #h time in the Senior School with much enthusiam and a keeness to do well.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM MOL's
1=#E is still struggling with aspects such as starting tasks quickly and organisation and this is reflected in #h Management of Learning indicators.
2=#H Management of Learning indicators are solid across the curriculum, however there is some room for improvement in the area of concentration.
3=#E has approached #h subjects with outstanding focus and organisation, as reflected in #h very high Management of Learning indicators and solid results in #h assessments.
4=#E has achieved outstanding Management of Learning indicators as a result of #h consistent and organised approach to learning.
5=#N's excellent Management of Learning indicators and excellent grades are also indicative of the focused work that #e constantly employs in most of #h subjects.
6=#E has achieved outstanding Management of Learning indicators, with the highest rank of 'Always' given consistently.
7=#E has achieved outstanding Management of Learning indicators and has once again been assisted by #h systematic and organised approach to learning.
8=#E would be disappointed with the Management of Learning indicators achieved as they have dropped off since last term. This is an ever increasingly important area to focus on as #e moves into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM needs to improve
1=#N can however be a little distracting and I would like to see #N work on this during #time, by focusing more on #h own work.
2=#N is going to work on improving #h #classes results next term by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
3=#N is going to try and manage #h time more effectively both in Study and at home in order to improve #h grades.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM sport/house
1=#N has continued to enjoy being a part of the College Basketball team and is consistently a solid member of the Ross House.
2=#N continues to be a strong presence on the sporting field, and I wish #m well for the summer. #H leadership on the sporting field has been reflected in #h support from Kennedy House.
3=#N has continued to enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular pursuits, both artistically and physically. I encourage #N to keep up #h involvement in the broad curriculum that College offers, and in which #e seems to strive.
4=#N's involvement with both the Kennedy and Senior School communities continues to be of great significance.
5=#N has been an enthusiastic member of Kennedy House and continues to use #h time effectively whilst in Study.
6=In the wider context, #N has enjoyed after school Table Tennis and enjoys being a member of Kennedy House.
7=#N uses #h time effectively during Study and has maintained an organised approach to #h learning.
8=#N has been a very positive contributor during Study and #e knows how to manage #h time effectively; a skill which will be more beneficial as #e moves into the Senior School.
9=#N has been involved with the College Rowing program which requires much commitment and a mature attitude. I applaud #N for #h efforts in this fantastic community.
COMMENTS: OLD-LM subjects
1=#N has chosen #h subjects wisely for next year and I wish #m all the best with next year's curriculum.
2=#N has worked hard to get into #h chosen VCE subjects next year. Well done.
3=#N has made good decisions in regards to #h chosen subjects next year. There is good variety and I believe that this will allow for more options in year 11.
4=#N has a good range of subjects which seems to be having a positive effect on #h attitude to #h studies.
5=#N is enjoying #h selected subjects and is benefiting from the pathway #e has chosen.
6=#N is having a good time in #h selected VCE subjects and is staying on top of the increased workload.
7=#N is benefiting from #h chosen subjects. #E has definetly chosen to #h strengths and #h learning is benefiting from it.
COMMENTS: OLD-Methods 3/4
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Mathematics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Methods course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: OLD-Methods 3/4 area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. The teacher should be used both in and out of the classroom as a resource.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
COMMENTS: OLD-Methods 3/4 Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. This could be achieved through increased awareness of expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #h is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning about physics concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: OLD-Methods 3/4 concluding statement
1=I wish #N all the best for next year, and look forward to hearing about #h progress.
2=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
3=#E is wonderful to have in class and I wish #m all the best in the next two terms.
4=It has been a pleasure teaching #N so far this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
5=I look forward to working with #N over the next two terms.
COMMENTS: OLD-Methods 3/4 intro
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Mathematics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Methods course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: Sample intro sentence
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2=#N has made steady progress throughout the year.
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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 sentence
1=#E has worked hard on #h project-work. I was very pleased with #h #SampleScienceTopics assignment.
2=Project-work has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late.
3=#H project-work varies considerably however #h #SampleScienceTopics assignment was excellent.
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 sentence
1=#N has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. Well done #N.
2=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. With a little more effort #e could reach Level #?.
3=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?.
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 l #? 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: Starter ks 3
1=#N works well in lessons, completing work to the best of #h ability.
2=#N is enthusiastic about practical work, and group activities.
3=#N enjoys class work activities where there are opportunities for discussion with other students.
4=#N enjoys practical work, and paired work.
5=#N enjoys group work, and practical work.
6=#N is enthusiastic about #h Science studies, and contributes well to class discussions.
7=#N works well in lessons, and often volunteers to read aloud for the class.
8=#N works well individually, and in paired activities.
9=#N works well in lessons completing classwork activities to a good standard.
COMMENTS: Summing Up Comments
1=#E had no unauthorized absences.
2=#E had one unauthorized absence.
3=#E had #NumofUAs unauthorized absences.
4=#N is to be commended for the effort #e applied this #Time-period.
5=#N is a pleasure to have in class. I look forward to working with #m over the next #Time-period.
6=#N earned #? out of #? marks on #h final exam, and is performing at level #IB-Level of the IB scale.
7=#N earned #? out of 90 marks on #h Paper 1 final exam, #? out of 90 on #h Paper 2 final exam, and #? out of 20 on #h Internal Assessment project. #E is performing at level #? on the IB scale. To achieve better results on #h IB Exams, #e needs to practice Paper 1 & 2 tests, show working out, and pay close attention to the marking scheme.
8=With concerted effort, #e could achieve a higher score.
9=If #e applies #s could achieve a higher score.
10=An excellent performance!
11=Well done!
12=Keep up the good work!
13=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future.
14=#N has worked hard and is to be congratulated for #h effort.
15=This is an accurate representation of #N's grades and a reflection of the work completed throughout the #time-period.
16=#N has a received a #Results for #h final #Time-period grade.
17=I enjoyed having #N in class.
18=I am happy to discuss #N and #h progress in my class. My email address is doreen.erickson@ef.com and I will be available from 1- 30 April.
COMMENTS: Tutor group starter
1=#N is a friendly member of the tutor group.
2=#N is a friendly member of the tutor group who integrates well with the other students.
3=#N is a popular and lively member of the tutor group.
4=#N is a polite and cooperative member of the tutor group.
5=#N is a polite and thoughtful member of the tutor group.
6=#N arrives punctually at tutor time wearing correct uniform.
7=#N is a quiet and thoughtful member of the tutor group.
8=#N is a friendly member of the tutor group.
COMMENTS: tutor group-curricular activities
1=#E has taken part in as a co-curricular activity this year.
2=#E has enjoyed taking part in as a co-curricular activity this year.
3=#E has enjoyed taking part in and as co-curricular activities this year.
4=#E has enjoyed taking part in as a co-curricular activity, and has performed in several concerts.
5=#E has not participated in any co-curricular activities this year.
COMMENTS: Tutor time activities
1=#E works quietly on tutor time activities, but has not helped to present our assemblies.
2=#E works quietly on tutor time activities and occasionally helps to present our assemblies.
3=#E is enthusiastic about taking part in tutor group assemblies and regularly helps to present these.
4=#E has taken part in presenting some of our tutor group assemblies.
5=#E completes tutor time activities with encouragement, but is reluctant to help present any tutor time assemblies.
6=#E completes tutor time activities
7=#E completes tutor time activities, but could take a greater role in presenting or helping to present the tutor group assembly next year.
COMMENTS: yr 10 end comment
1=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding.
2=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding.
3=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, and extend #h knowledge.
4=#E should try to get onto and complete extension activities in the lessons.
5=#E should ain to get onto, and complete extension activities in the lessons.
6=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to extend #h knowledge and understanding.
7=To improve #h performance #e needs to work to the best of #h ability in all lessons, and ensure that #e gets onto and completes extension activities.
8=To improve #h performance #e needs to apply #s fully to tasks in lessons, and ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, #e also needs to revise work on a regular schedule.
9=#E should aim to ask questions each lesson to extend #h knowledge, and make sure that #e always completes all extension activities.
COMMENTS: Yr 10 end sentence
1=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding.
2=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding.
3=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, and extend #h knowledge.
4=#E should try to get onto and complete extension activities in the lessons.
5=#E should ain to get onto, and complete extension activities in the lessons.
6=#E should try to ask questions in the lessons to extend #h knowledge and understanding.
7=To improve #h performance #e needs to work to the best of #h ability in all lessons, and ensure that #e gets onto and completes extension activities.
8=To improve #h performance #e needs to apply #s fully to tasks in lessons, and ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, #e also needs to revise work on a regular schedule.
9=#E should aim to ask questions each lesson to extend #h knowledge, and make sure that #e always completes all extension activities.
10=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding and to use a range of revision techniques to improve #h attainment in future exams ,
11=#E needs to ask questions in the lessons to check #h understanding, and revise work on a regular schedule.
COMMENTS: yr 10 starter comments
1=#N grasps new concepts quickly and can apply them to new situations and problems.
2=#N has an enquiring mind and asks relevant, searching questions.
3=#N works methodically in the lessons.
4=#N has steadily made progress.
5=#N works methodically in the lessons, producing work of a satisfactory standard.
6=#N can produce work of a satisfactory standard in lessons. Often however #e could get started on tasks more quickly, and work at a faster rate.
7=#N can produce work of a satisfactory standard in lessons. Often #e works at a leisurely rate, and does not complete as much work as #e could.
8=#N enjoys opportunities for paired work, and contributes to the discussions involved.
9=When focused , #N grasps new concepts quickly. #E works at a leisurely rate, and often does not complete as much work as #e could.
10=#N thinks carefully about the work and asks relevant, searching questions.
11=#N works methodically in the lessons, producing work of a satisfactory standard.
12=#N grasps new concepts quickly and can apply them to new situations and problems. #E completes #h work to the best of #h ability.
13=In lessons #N usually completes tasks to reasonable standard, although #e could be more self motivated.
14=#N works with enthusiasm occasionally, which is wonderful to see.
15=#N works very well on rare occasions, which is wonderful to see.
16=#N is a logical thinker who takes the time to consider different viewpoints before answering questions.
LIST: Adjectives
1=happy, upbeat
2=friendly
3=excellent
4=very good
LIST: AdverbsList
1=improving
2=declining
3=consistent
4=inconsistent
5=proficient
6=not yet proficient
7=increasing
8=generally
9=consistently
LIST: classes
1=Numeracy
2=Literacy
3=Science
4=Art
5=Commerce
6=Health and Physical Education
7=History
8=Music
9=Visual Communications
10=Japanese
LIST: Deadlines
1=on time
2=late
LIST: Describe-start
1=had a mixed
2=had a good
3=had a difficult
4=had a consistent
5=not had the best of
LIST: Describe-struggling
1=had a tough
2=not had the best of starts this
LIST: Effort
1=poor
2=good
LIST: Frequency
1=always
2=often
3=sometimes
4=rarely
5=never
6=generally
7=frequently
8=several
9=at times
10=some
LIST: Homework
1=satisfactory
2=unsatisfactory
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=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: How-to-improve-for-IB-Exam
1=practice Paper 1 & 2 tests, and show working out.
2=pay close attention to the marking scheme
LIST: IB-Level
1=1
2=2
3=3
4=4
5=5
6=6
7=7
LIST: Improvement-in-what
1=work
2=effort
LIST: IntroAdverbs
1=pleasant
2=polite
3=quiet
4=friendly
5=good-natured
6=outgoing
7=motivated
8=conscientious
9=reserved
10=generally polite
11=hard-working
LIST: Math-topics
1=Functions
2=Logarithms
3=Statistics
4=Transformations
5=Vectors
6=Equations
7=Geometry
LIST: NumofUAs
1=no
2=one
3=two
4=three
5=four
6=five
7=six
8=seven
9=eight
10=nine
LIST: OLD-classes
1=Numeracy
2=Literacy
3=Science
4=Art
5=Commerce
6=Health and Physical Education
7=History
8=Music
9=Visual Communications
10=Japanese
LIST: OLD-Results
1=A
2=A
3=B
4=B
5=C
6=C
7=D
8=D
9=E
10=E
LIST: OLD-SampleRatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=an average
4=a disappointing
5=a poor
LIST: OLD-SampleScienceTopics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
LIST: OLD-Time
1=Semester 1
2=Semester 2
3=Term 1
4=Term 2
5=Term 3
6=Term 4
7=Semester
8=Term
9=Year
10=third term
11=fourth term
12=first term
13=second term
LIST: RatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=a strong
4=a firm
5=an average
6=a general
7=a satisfactory
8=a fair
9=a poor
10=a disappointing
LIST: Results
1=A
2=A
3=B
4=B
5=C
6=C
7=D
8=D
9=E
10=E
LIST: SampleRatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=an average
4=a disappointing
5=a poor
LIST: SampleScienceTopics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
LIST: Science-topics
1=Logarithms
2=Functions
3=Transformations
4=Vectors
5=Sketching graphs of functions
6=Domain and Range
LIST: Time
1=Semester 1
2=Semester 2
3=Term 1
4=Term 2
5=Term 3
6=Term 4
7=Semester
8=Term
9=Year
10=third term
11=fourth term
12=first term
13=second term
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=semester
3=1st semester
4=2nd semester
5=3rd semester
6=4th semester
7=term
8=1st term
9=2nd term
10=3rd term
11=4th term
LIST: TopicsList1
1=Special Number Sets
2=Word Problems
3=Scientific Notation or Standard Form
4=Percentage Error
5=Laws of Algebra
6=Formula substitution and rearrangement
7=Quadratic Equations
8=Linear Equations
9=Sequences and Series
10=currency conversions
11=compound interest
12=descriptive statistics
13=sets and Venn diagrams
14=logic
15=probability
16=the normal distribution
17=two variable statistics
18=one variable statistics
19=Pythagoras' theorem
20=Coordinate Geometry
LIST: TopicsList2
1=perimeter, area, and volume
2=trigonometry
3=functions
4=domain and range
5=calculus
LIST: TypeofStudent
1=an able
2=an adept
3=a steady
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