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/* Subjects: Mathematics (Maths)
COMMENTS: 1S G7 Intro
1=During this semester, #N worked primarily on geometry, including the classifications and relationships of angles, perimeters, and areas of polygons. In the second part of the semester, #N focused on algebra working on the collection of like terms, algebraic products, and algebraic substitution.
COMMENTS: 1S G8 Intro
1=During this first semester, #N has been working on real numbers, ratios, and algebraic operations including algebraic notation, the collection of like terms, algebraic substitution, algebraic products, and algebraic fractions. In the last part of the term, #N has been focused on expanding #h awareness of the laws of algebra.
COMMENTS: 1Semester G8 Intro
1=During this first semester, #N has been working on real numbers, ratios, algebraic operations including algebraic notation, the collection of like terms, algebraic substitution, algebraic products, and algebraic fractions. In the last part of the term, #N has been focused on expanding #h awareness of the laws of algebra.
COMMENTS: 1Term G7 Intro
1=During this first term, #N has been working mainly on whole numbers, angles and lines, positive and negative numbers, with an emphasis on mental calculations, problem-solving and a focus in building a stronger understanding of numbers.
COMMENTS: 1Term G8 Intro
1=During this first term, #N has been working mainly on numbers, conversions between fractions, decimals and mixed numbers, real numbers and ratio, with an emphasis on mental calculations and problem-solving.
COMMENTS: 2Term G7 Intro
1=During the second term of this first semester, #N has been working on properties of numbers including divisibility, factors, multiples, prime and composite numbers. #E has enhanced #h knowledge of fractions working on the four operations between fractions, reciprocals, and comparison.
COMMENTS: 2Term G8 Intro
1=During the second term of this first semester, #N has been working on algebraic operations including algebraic notation, the collection of like terms, algebraic substitution, algebraic products, and algebraic fractions. #E has enhanced #h knowledge of percentages solving related problems. During the last part of the term, #N has been focused on expanding #h awareness of the laws of algebra.
COMMENTS: 3Term G7 Intro
1=During the first term of this second semester, #N has been working on equations including maintaining balance, inverse operations, algebraic flowcharts, and solving equations with repeated variables. #E has enhanced #h knowledge of percentages working on business applications.
COMMENTS: 3Term G8 Intro
1=During the first term of this second semester, #N has been working on radicals and Pythagoras theorem applications. #E has enhanced #h knowledge of the geometry of polygons using algebraic laws and geometrical theorems to solve problems on triangles, angles of a triangle, isosceles triangles, quadrilaterals, and angles of an N-sided polygon.
COMMENTS: 4Term G7 Intro
1=#N worked in geometry on the definition of solids and on the circle by calculating the circumference, area, and volume of the cylinder. #N has enhanced #h knowledge of probabilistic and statistics with a focus on the graphic representation of categorical and numerical data.
COMMENTS: 4Term G8 Intro
1=#N has worked in geometry on how to identify a line and its gradient from its equation and vice versa. #N enhanced #h knowledge of probability through the use of the theoretical probability formula.
COMMENTS: Behaviour
1=#E is confident, positive, and a great role model for #h classmates.
2=#E is frequently among the first to help and mentor other classmates. #E is a valuable part of the classroom.
3=#E is interested in #h own learning, listens attentively, and makes a solid effort to avoid distractions that could interrupt the learning process.
4=#E is responding well to the lessons showing good work during formative and summative assessments.
5=#E is positive with a good attitude most of the time during class.
6=#E is a lively and friendly member of the class.
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8=Keep up the good work #N!
9=#E is encouraged to keep up the good work.
10=#E is encouraged to demonstrate more responsible attitudes and behavior in the classroom.
11=#E would benefit from showing a greater desire to contribute ideas during lesson.
12=#E needs sometimes reminders to be attentive during instructions and lessons.
13=#E needs to improve on working independently and be sure to ask for assistance only when it is needed.
14=#E is encouraged to use time wisely to finish tasks in the time required.
15=#E is encouraged to practice more and complete #h math assignments showing the process of resolution.
16=#N is often rushing through the exercises while #e should take the time to complete them appropriately.
17=#N is not always organized and appropriately ready during lessons, #e needs to understand the importance of the organization to be more effective.
18=#N is capable of achieving more but #h poor attitude prevents this.
19=#E is barely attending the lessons and as a result it is difficult for #m to keep up with the content.
20=#E is encouraged to ask for help when #e doesn't understand something.
COMMENTS: Behaviour 4 Term
1=#E has been confident, positive, and a great role model for #h classmates. #E is bright, motivated, and hardworking and can be proud of #h accomplishments this year.
2=#E has responded well to the lessons showing good work during formative and summative assessments. #E has done a good job this year and has worked very hard.
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4=#E is intelligent but has worked below #h potential due to a lack of attention during classes. #N is encouraged to demonstrate more responsible attitudes and behavior in the classroom so #e can be more successful next year.
5=#E has done well in many areas but I am concerned that #h lack of focus and following directions has contributed to lower #h grade in math. #E would benefit from showing a greater desire to contribute ideas in class for next year.
6=Keep up the good work next year #N!
7=#E is intelligent but has worked below #h potential due to a lack of consistency. #N is encouraged to stay more focused during class so #e can be more successful next year
COMMENTS: General math
1=#N demonstrates a good understanding of all math concepts studied and communicates with clarity and good reasoning.
2=#N has a positive attitude towards math but continues to have some trouble caused by lack of practice. #E should practice math every day.
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4=#N has a solid understanding of all math concepts taught so far this year.
5=#N can understand the concepts taught but often makes careless mistakes.
6=Keep up the good work #N!
7=#N is capable of achieving more but a poor attitude prevents this.
8=#N needs to revise what #e has already learned on a regular basis in order to gain extra confidence.
9=#N is not always organized and appropriately ready during virtual lessons, #e needs to understand the importance of the organization to be more effective.
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: Science-topics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
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
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