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COMMENTS: S1 intro 1
1=Consistently committed to #h learning,
2=Making constructive contributions to group discussions,
3=Demonstrating perseverance in improving #h skills,
4=Usually engaging productively during classwork,
5=Despite an inconsistent performance,
6=Despite finding it challenging,
COMMENTS: S1 intro 2
1=#N had a very strong first semester in Grade 6 Mathematics.
2=#N did very well in the first semester of Grade 6 Mathematics.
3=#N put forth solid and consistent effort during the first semester of Grade 6 Mathematics.
4=#N demonstrated the qualities of a competent mathematician during the first semester of Grade 6 Mathematics.
5=#N grew as a mathematician during the first semester of Grade 6 Mathematics.
6=#N should be proud of #h effort and persistence during the first semester of Grade 6 Mathematics.
7=#N did well in the first semester of Grade 6 Mathematics.
COMMENTS: S1 intro 3
1=#E has strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
2=#E has good critical thinking skills and mastered some difficult problems.
3=#E has a natural inclination towards math and strong critical thinking skills.
4=#E readily grasped new concepts and ideas.
5=#E is able to think through problems logically.
6=#H determination to understand things and not give up until #e fully grasps a concept should be commended.
7=#H willingness to ask questions when #e does not understand something should be commended.
COMMENTS: S1 middle 1
1=This quarter, #N consistently turned in thorough and thoughtful assignments on or before due dates.
2=This quarter, #N did a nice job turning in #h assignments complete and on time.
3=This quarter, #N turned in most assignments complete and on time.
4=This quarter, #N had difficulty meeting deadlines and thoroughly completing assignments.
COMMENTS: S1 middle 2
1=#Consequence performed consistently well on assessments and was comfortable with both review and new material.
2=#Consequence was generally comfortable with both review and new material.
3=#Consequence demonstrated an inconsistent understanding of new topics. While #Q2topics was a topic with which #e was mostly comfortable, #Q2topics is an area where #e #andbut need supplemental review outside of class.
4=#Consequence demonstrated an inconsistent understanding of both new and review topics. While #Q2topics was a topic with which #e was mostly comfortable, #Q2topics is an area where #e will need supplemental review outside of class.
5=#Consequence demonstrated an inconsistent understanding of new topics.
6=#Consequence demonstrated an inconsistent understanding of both new and review topics.
COMMENTS: S1 middle 3
1=#N should take advantage of the optional math challenge work available.
2=#N may benefit from exploring the optional math challenge work available.
3=#N should be sure to ask questions whenever a topic is unclear or when #e needs individual support.
4=#N should spend time outside of class practicing new topics and meet with me during study hall at least once during each unit.
5=#N should regularly spend time practicing new topics and meet with me at least once a week during study hall.
6=#N should continue to ask questions whenever a topic is unclear or when #e needs individual support.
7=#N should continue to speak up when #e needs individual support.
8=#E would also benefit from continuing to reinforce basic math facts with all operations; shoring up these fundamentals will enable #h to focus more mental energy on the complex topics being introduced this year.
9=#E would also benefit from refreshing #h multiplication facts; shoring these up will enable #h to focus fully on the topics being introduced this year.
COMMENTS: S1 projects 1
1=On the first Problem of the Month set, #N did very well; #e exhibited strong problem-solving abilities and articulated #h process clearly in writing.
2=On the first Problem of the Month set, #N did well; #e exhibited appropriate problem-solving abilities and articulated #h process fairly well in writing.
3=On the first Problem of the Month set, #e exhibited developing problem-solving abilities and was somewhat able to articulate #h process clearly in writing. #N should practice explaining #h mathematical thinking aloud whenever #e has the chance.
4=On the first Problem of the Month set, #N was inconsistent with #h quality of work; #e exhibited developing problem-solving abilities and was somewhat able to articulate #h process clearly in writing. #N should practice explaining #h mathematical thinking aloud whenever #e has the chance.
COMMENTS: S1 projects 2
1=For #h Scale Model Project, #N measured, scaled, and constructed #size ***insert project type here***. This #ProjAdj #andbut #ProjAdj;
COMMENTS: S1 projects 3
1=it showcased a solid understanding of the topic of ratios and scaling measurements.
2=it showcased a fundamental understanding of the topic of ratios and scaling measurements.
3=unfortunately, it did not showcase a consistent understanding of the topic of ratios and scaling measurements.
COMMENTS: S1 projects 4
1=Overall, #e seemed to enjoy exploring mathematical concepts in these additional ways.
2=In general, #e seemed up to the task of exploring mathematical concepts in these additional ways.
3=#E seemed less enthusiastic about exploring mathematical concepts in these additional ways.
COMMENTS: S1 z closing 1
1=#N demonstrates a clear enjoyment of and enthusiasm for math. #E participates consistently and is engaged in class.
2=#N generally has a positive attitude in math. When #e participates in class, #e demonstrates strong mathematical thinking.
3=#N generally has a positive attitude in math. When #e participates in class, #e demonstrates appropriately developing mathematical thinking.
4=#N generally has a positive attitude in math. When #e participates in class, #e demonstrates steady growth in #h mathematical thinking.
COMMENTS: S1 z closing 2
1=#H proactive nature in math class will take #N far.
2=#E should be proud of #h resilience and growth in math this semester.
3=Given #h performance this semester, #N will likely continue to do well in math throughout the remainder of the year.
4=Consistent effort and follow-through will help #N find continued success in math.
5=With continued effort and persistence, #N will likely be able to tackle future challenges and reach the end of this year a solid mathematician.
LIST: andbut
1=and
2=but
3=may
4=will
LIST: Consequence
1=As a result, #e
2=Despite this, #e
3=Likely related to this, #e
4=#E
LIST: ProjAdj
1=was very creative
2=was an assignment #e clearly enjoyed
3=highlighted #h artistic talent
4=was very carefully crafted
5=demonstrated excellent attention to detail
6=demonstrated good attention to detail
7=was lacking the necessary attention to detail
8=would have benefitted from additional time and effort
9=was creative
10=was carefully crafted
11=lacked some necessary attention to detail
LIST: Q2Topics
1=ratios
2=rates
3=equivalent ratios
4=converting between fractions, decimals, and percentages
5=calculating percent of a number
LIST: size
1=an enlarged
2=a reduced-size
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=semester
3=1st semester
4=2nd semester
5=quarter
6=1st quarter
7=2nd quarter
8=3rd quarter
9=4th quarter
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