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/* Subjects: Mathematics (Maths)
COMMENTS: 06 Attitude Positive A
1=who clearly displays talent in this subject.
2=who pays attention to explanations taking an active role in all class work.
3=whose cheerful and robust attitude towards the subject has stood #m in good stead for the challenging topics in this course.
4=who always brings a positive attitude to every lesson.
5=who clearly has great enthusiasm for this subject.
6=who always puts in a sterling effort, never failing to produce work of a consistent quality.
7=who has approached #h work this semester with a constructive and enthusiastic attitude.
8=who applies much effort to #h classwork and homework.
9=who has come equipped with an extremely enthusiastic attitude to each and every lesson.
10=who has demonstrated great application in all aspects of Mathematics, showing #e is capable of working to a high level.
11=who enjoys Mathematics, working confidently in all aspects of the subject.
12=who has shown good application in Mathematics.
13=who enjoys work in all areas of Mathematics, responding well to set tasks.
14=who has the ability as well as commitment to excel in Mathematics.
15=who has consistently shown a keen interest in Mathematics.
16=who has consistently shown #s to be polite as well as responsive to instruction in Mathematics.
17=who can be trusted to be on task with a minimum of supervision in Mathematics.
18=who puts determined effort into #h work, seeking an improvement in #h mathematical skills.
19=who has consistently sought to improve #h skills in Mathematics.
20=who has contributed constructively to the classroom atmosphere in Mathematics.
COMMENTS: 06 Attitude Positive B
1=who is keen to improve #h skills, regularly asking questions to assist #h understanding.
2=who has worked very well throughout the year, consolidating #h mathematical ability.
3=who brings a high level of commitment to #h work, developing a sound understanding of the principles covered so far.
4=who has shown, on occasions, that if the understanding of a topic or concept is not forthcoming #e will persist and seek advice.
5=who has made a genuine effort to understand the concepts of Mathematics, asking for clarification when #e has been unsure.
6=who has the ability to work independently, showing persistent effort and determination.
7=who has put in a reasonable effort in Mathematics.
8=who has shown great application in all aspects of Mathematics and is capable of working to a high level.
9=who clearly enjoys Mathematics and is confident working in all aspects of the subject.
10=who has enjoyed Mathematics and works hard, making good progress.
11=who always enjoys Mathematics lessons and has progressed steadily.
12=who always enjoys Mathematics and has made steady progress.
13=who enjoys Mathematics and works hard in this subject.
14=who enjoys working in all areas of Mathematics and shows good application.
15=who has shown good application in Mathematics, making steady progress in all areas.
COMMENTS: 07 Attitude Negative
1=whose sociable nature, at times, hinders #h attention in class, needing to be redirected toward what #e is supposed to be working on.
2=who, at times, does not always put a concerted effort into #h studies, preferring to concentrate on more social issues.
3=who, at times, has allowed #h energies to be redirected on meaningless endeavours in the classroom.
4=who, at times, has allowed #h energies to be wasted on unproductive pursuits in the classroom.
5=who, at times, struggles to maintain focus and does not complete sufficient work during class.
6=who, at times, has found it a struggle to stay focused on the task at hand in Mathematics.
7=who, at times, has struggled to maintain focus and does not complete sufficient work in Mathematics.
8=who, at times, is predisposed toward a general demeanour of disinterest in Mathematics.
9=who, at times, has adopted a general demeanour of disinterest in Mathematics.
10=who, at times, has allowed #s to be distracted from the task at hand in Mathematics.
11=whose disposition, at times, determines #h work output and quality.
12=who, at times, can be easily distracted from the task at hand.
13=who, at times, struggles to maintain focus, not completing sufficient work during class.
14=whose gregarious nature, at times, allows #m to be distracted from #h work.
15=who has not applied #s fully to #h work, being distracted on unproductive pursuits.
16=who is rarely on task, preferring to occupy #h time on wasteful pursuits.
17=who is able to achieve at a higher level, however, #e has not always put in the necessary effort.
18=who finds it a struggle to stay focused on #h work in class, preferring to waste #h energy on unrelated tasks.
COMMENTS: 08 Progress Positive
1=#E has developed into a more conscientious and confident mathematician with the quality of #h work steadily improving.
2=#E has shown great application in all aspects of this course, demonstrating that #e is capable of working to a high level.
3=#E has mastered a majority of the concepts at this level, completing assigned work with a minimum of fuss.
4=#E is keen to show that #e understands topics, performing exceptionally well in all assessments.
5=#E has a mature attitude and uses #h own initiative, having produced some excellent work in Mathematics.
6=#E has a mature approach to many aspects of #h work and shows independence, settling down to each task with a minimum of fuss.
7=#E has worked very well this semester, showing a high level of understanding, ensuing in some very pleasing marks.
8=#E has worked consistently hard this semester, taking each lesson seriously and putting in every effort in order to succeed.
9=#E has worked very hard throughout the term, consistently performing well in assessments.
10=#E has mastered many of the necessary skills required at this level and is able to use this knowledge in a variety of applications.
11=#E has made a reasonable amount of progress this year, maintaining #h exercise book with a high standard of presentation.
12=#E has developed a more confident and methodical approach toward #h learning as time has progressed.
13=#E has continued to make improvement because of #h concerted effort and diligent preparation for assessments.
14=#E works well for the majority of the time, having a measure of success in assessments.
15=#H approach to the subject, which included some difficult topics, has been quite impressive.
16=#H #Progress1 #Progress2 #Progress3
COMMENTS: 09 Progress Negative
1=#E is quick to understand concepts, spotting rules easily and can mechanically answer questions, however, problem solving has proven quite challenging.
2=#E is quick to understand concepts, spotting rules easily and can mechanically answer questions, however, #h application in project work has been minimal.
3=#E finds Mathematics somewhat difficult and will often give up on a task without even attempting to understand it.
4=Although #e has found some of the abstract topics quite challenging, #N has maintained a solid work ethic throughout the semester.
5=#E has struggled with much of the work this year, more noticeably with increasingly challenging topics.
6=#E finds Mathematics quite difficult, finding many of the topics overly challenging at this level.
7=While #e is keen to do well and exerts #s to achieve this, #h results show that #e is still developing a deeper comprehension of the concepts covered in this course.
8=Even though #e has usually worked well in class, the results indicate that #N has had difficulty in some sections of this course.
9=#E has made fairly limited progress in Mathematics, having faced difficulties in understanding some of the topics covered this year.
10=Even though #e has achieved a reasonable grade, #e is capable of attaining better results.
11=Although #e is often talkative, #N will swiftly understand new topics and gain adequate scores in assessments.
12=#E is making limited progress in Mathematics at the moment, indicated by a lack of attention in class.
13=In a number of assessments, #e has obtained a lower than expected result and has not sought advice about how to improve it.
14=#E has made reasonable overall progress this year, however, #N tends to lack confidence in #h mathematical ability.
15=#E has consistently worked well in class, even though #h grade was lower than expected.
16=#E appears only to have a fair understanding of most of the concepts in the course.
17=#E has had some difficulties trying to grasp some of the more abstract material in this subject.
18=#E has found some of the material at this level quite challenging.
19=#E has struggled to understand a number of the concepts in this subject.
20=#E sometimes struggles to understand concepts in the short time available in class.
COMMENTS: 10 Commendation
1=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation and is encouraged to maintain these exemplary outcomes in the future. Well done #N.
2=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to maintain this high level of excellence in the future. Well done #N.
3=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of intensity into the future. Well done #N.
4=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of consistency into the future. Well done #N.
5=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to continue striving for continued excellence in the future. Well done #N.
6=#N displays confidence at this level and is encouraged to maintain #h determination and this high level of excellence in the future. Well done #N.
7=#N displays confidence at this level and is encouraged to persevere in #h endeavours, striving for further development in the future. Well done #N.
8=#N is commended for #h wholehearted perseverance and is encouraged to maintain the current study patterns, in order to obtain continued success in the future. Well done #N.
9=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation; despite the lower than expected examination result, #e is encouraged to continue improving on these already satisfactory outcomes.
COMMENTS: 11 Encouragement A
1=#N has an incomplete grasp of many of the processes at this level; and is strongly encouraged to develop a rigorous and regular study routine in order to improve #h recall and depth of understanding of the concepts covered in this course.
2=For #N to succeed in this subject in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
3=#N is encouraged to make full use of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tutoring. This may help to consolidate the subject matter #N is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
4=#N does not find Mathematics an easy subject, as #h examination result has reflected. #N should be commended on #h positive attitude and continued perseverance, which may be rewarded with a higher grade in the future.
5=#N is encouraged to attempt extension work in class more regularly, as this would stretch #h abilities and increase #h rate of progress.
6=#N could profit from consolidating some of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A methodical approach, combined with a regular revision program may help #N as #e works toward achieving the desired outcomes in this subject.
7=#N is encouraged to keep persevering and strengthen #h understanding of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A systematic approach combined with a steady revision program may benefit #N as #e aims toward achieving the desired outcomes in the future.
8=#N is encouraged to continue persisting when #e finds the subject matter difficult. A methodical approach combined with regular revision may build #N's confidence as #e strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in this subject.
9=#N is encouraged to continue persisting with a methodical approach combined with regular revision, which may build #h confidence as #N strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in this subject.
10=#N is encouraged to persevere by asking for help when #e finds things difficult. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in the future.
11=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
12=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
13=#N has gained confidence this year by trying hard to overcome any difficulties and is encouraged to continue persevering in the future.
14=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e #e is encouraged to revise every week, as well as develop a more systematic approach to problem solving.
15=If #N is to achieve a higher grade in Mathematics, #e is encouraged to revise every week, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
16=#N is encouraged to concentrate on being more methodical and minimise careless errors in assessments. This may positively assist #N, as #e aspires toward attaining the best outcomes in the future.
17=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
18=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for assessments, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
19=#N is encouraged to exert more effort in the out-of-class investigations. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in the future.
20=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h work, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
COMMENTS: 11 Encouragement B
1=#N would benefit from adopting a more positive disposition toward #h studies. A disciplined approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e works toward improving these outcomes in the future.
2=For #N to make progress in the future, greater determination is needed, not succumbing to surrounding distractions. A change of attitude may significantly contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in this subject.
3=It is essential for #N to exert more effort in trying to comprehend challenging subject matter. Adopting a positive disposition may contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in this subject.
4=#N is encouraged to adopt a methodical approach and implement a structured revision program, to help consolidate the rudimentary skills needed in this subject.
5=In order to make further improvement, #N is encouraged to concentrate and listen more attentively in class. A change in attitude may significantly benefit #N, as #e strives toward achieving the optimum outcomes in the future.
6=#N is advised to engage more thoroughly by focusing on completing set tasks and implementing a rigorous revision program. A change in approach may positively help #N, as #e reaches toward the outcomes #e is capable of in the future.
7=#N is encouraged to avoid the tendency to chatter and to recognise the value of concentrated attention. A change in study habits may meaningfully assist #N, as #e works toward further success in the future.
8=#N is encouraged to develop a more positive approach toward #h work rather than succumbing to distractions. A change in attitude may significantly propel #N, as #e strives toward achieving the ideal outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: Attitude Change
1=#E would benefit from showing a greater desire to contribute ideas in class.
2=#E needs to improve on working independently and be sure to ask for assistance only when it is needed.
3=#E often struggles to focus in class, which harms #h ability to engage well with class activities.
4=#E is encouraged to be more responsible in completing tasks without needing regular reminders.
5=#E needs to show by the quality of work and use of class time that #e is properly engaged in the learning process.
6=#E needs frequent reminders to be attentive in class and to use time effectively.
7=#N has an inconsistent attitude toward learning. Some days #e is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
COMMENTS: Average students
1=1. #N demonstrates a satisfactory understanding of mathematical concepts. With continued practice, #N has the potential to improve their problem-solving skills.
2=2. #N's has made some progress in Mathematics so far this year. Encouraging #N to actively listen and take notes and seek clarification when needed can help enhance #h overall mathematical understanding.
3=4. #N's mathematical abilities are satisfactory, and #e makes a commendable effort in class. Encouraging #N to do extra practice such as a few exercises on Mathspad will further develop #h skills.
4=6. #N demonstrates a satisfactory level of understanding in Mathematics and is able to apply #h learning to problem-solving situations. Encouraging #N to explain what #h is learning in class can deepen their understanding.
5=7. #N consistently completes assigned tasks in mathematics class, but may benefit from additional support to fully grasp more complex concepts. Providing extra resources and opportunities for practice can aid in their progress.
6=8. #N's performance in mathematics is satisfactory, and they consistently display a positive attitude towards learning the subject. Encouraging #N to actively participate in class discussions can enhance their overall mathematical understanding.
7=9. #N consistently demonstrates an acceptable level of engagement in mathematics class and completes class tasks well. Encouraging #N to seek extra challenges and explore additional resources can further develop their skills.
8=15. #N's performance in Mathematics is generally acceptable, demonstrating a basic understanding of key concepts. Encouraging #N to seek additional practice on Mathspad and ask questions when needed can help strengthen #h skills.
COMMENTS: Bad attitude
1=#N is a student who often displays a lack of motivation and effort in Mathematics.
2=#N is a student who frequently fails to complete practice exercises or online tasks.
3=#N is a student who consistently demonstrates a disinterest and apathy towards learning Mathematics.
4=#N is a student who frequently neglects to participate in class activities and discussions related to Mathematics.
5=#N is a student who often exhibits a lack of attention and engagement during Mathematics.
6=#N is a student who frequently relies on others to complete #h mathematical tasks.
7=#N is a student who consistently demonstrates a reluctance to seek help or clarification when faced with challenging mathematical problems.
8=#N is a student who often exhibits a lack of perseverance and gives up easily when faced with difficult mathematical problems.
9=#N is a student who frequently demonstrates a lack of understanding and accuracy when applying mathematical concepts.
10=#N is a student who consistently displays a lack of effort in seeking opportunities to improve #h mathematical skills.
11=#N is a student who frequently exhibits a lack of attention to detail and careless mistakes in #h mathematical work.
12=#N is a student who often shows a lack of motivation and commitment towards #h mathematical studies.
COMMENTS: Conclusion
1=I wish #N all the best for the remainder of the term and look forward to supporting #m.
2=It has been a pleasure teaching #N, I wish #m all the best for the rest of the term.
3=#N is wonderful to have in class and I wish #m all the best in the end of year examinations.
4=It has been a pleasure teaching #N so far this year and I wish #m all the best in the end of year examinations.
5=I look forward to working with #N for the remainder of the year.
6=I commend #N for #h effort and wish #h well for the remainder of the term.
7=Overall, #N is making good progress in mathematics and is encouraged to keep up the good work.
8=I wish #N all the best in #h first year at ALA.
9=It has been a fantastic start to the year for #N and I am looking forward to working with #m over the last month of the year.
10=I am enjoying getting to know #N more personally and am looking forward to working with #m achieve #h goals.
11=I am so proud of all you have accomplished. Keep up the wonderful work you are doing!
12=#E has had a terrific #Time, and I am confident the next one will be even better!
13=I wish #m well in #m preparations for the final examination.
14=As #e prepares for the final examination, I encourage #N to polish up on the topics that #e feels less confident on. I also urge #m to practice with challenging questions so that #e maintains #h high standard of performance.
15=In preparation for the final examination, I urge #m to revise these topics and make use of after school tutoials. I encourage #m to maintain a good work ethic and finish strong.
16=I encourage #N to work on more challenging problems so that #e even goes beyond #h current level of performance.
17=I look forward to working with #N as #e prepares for #h final examination.
18=I look forward to supporting #h as #e prepares for the final examination.
COMMENTS: Exam
1=This term has been very busy for #m with preparations for the A Level Mathematics examination.
COMMENTS: Introduction
1=#N is a delight to have in class as #h attention to detail is commendable.
2=#N is a reserved member of the Mathematics class with a lot of potential.
3=It is an absolute pleasure to teach #N as #e is highly capable and engaged.
4=It is a pleasure working with #N this term because of #h motivation and desire to excel in mathematics.
5=#N has been a positive contributor to the mathematics class but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
6=#N has started #h time at BBC with much enthusiasm and a keenness to do well.
7=#N has had a consistent start to the year in the mathematics class.
8=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in mathematics.
9=#N is a great student to have in the Mathematics class as #e takes ownership of #h learning.
10=#N is a hardworking student who has made significant progress in Mathematics.
11=#N is a hard working student as reflected by #h consistent excellent performance.
12=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving good results in Mathematics.
13=#N has been an outstanding student since the beginning of the year.
14=#N�s grades have fluctuated throughout the course of the year.
15=#N is an extremely able and enthusiastic member of the our class who takes a keen interest in the subject and appears to enjoy all aspects of the work.
16=#N has made excellent progress in Mathematics.
17=#N is a thoughtful and conscientious student who has excelled in the first year of
18=#N is a polite and friendly student who consistently demonstrates a positive attitude towards Mathematics.
19=#N is a helpful and friendly student, always willing to assist #h peers in understanding mathematical concepts.
20=#N is a polite and friendly student who actively participates in class discussions and collaborates well with #h classmates in mathematics.
COMMENTS: Maths Comment
1=#N's assessment results have been outstanding and indicative of #h understanding of mathematical concepts.
2=#N's assessment results are high, indicating a strong level of understanding and skills in Mathematics.
3=#N's assessment results are also excellent. #E continues to respond to teacher feedback when given and demonstrates high levels of maturity and self-efficacy in #h learning approach.
4=#N has a good understanding of all mathematical concepts taught so far this term. #E continues to participate actively in class.
5=#N demonstrates a good understanding of all mathematical concepts studied and communicate with clarity and good justification of reasoning.
6=#N needs to work on increasing #h speed when solving questions. #E should continue with daily practice with a focus on .
7=#N is struggling to keep up in mathematics. #E could benefit from practising recent topics which are set on Mathspad.
8=#N is having challenges with mathematics. I recommend #e works on studying recent topics which are set on Mathspad.
9=#N should also make use of after school tutorials or seek assistance at lunchtimes.
10=#N has a positive attitude towards Mathematics but continues to have trouble in topic. #E should practice on a regular basis.
11=#N is easily distracted in class. As we do more topics, #e will struggle if #e does not pay attention in class.
12=#N is having trouble with mathematics tests. #E does well on assignments but does not seem to retain information for tests.
13=Although #N has excelled in #Subject, #e needs to work to understand #Topics concepts in #Subject.
COMMENTS: Mentor Academic Encouragement 1
1=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to continue striving for greater success in the future.
2=#N is commended for #h wholehearted determination and is encouraged to maintain this high level of excellence in the future.
3=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this level of consistency into the future.
4=#N is commended for #h determination and is encouraged to maintain this intensity into the future.
5=#N displays confidence in #h core subjects and is encouraged to maintain #h determination, which may contribute to continued success in the future.
6=#N displays confidence in #h core subjects and is encouraged to persevere in #h endeavours, striving for further development in #h studies.
7=#N is commended for #h wholehearted perseverance and is encouraged to maintain the current study patterns, in order to obtain continued success in the future.
8=#N is encouraged to continue with the wholehearted approach and current study habits, striving for the desired outcomes in #h studies.
9=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation and is encouraged to continue improving on these already satisfactory outcomes.
10=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation; despite some lower than expected results, #e is encouraged to continue improving on these already satisfactory outcomes.
11=#N is commended for #h wholehearted participation and is encouraged to maintain these exemplary outcomes into the future.
12=For #N to succeed in #h studies in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
13=For #N to succeed in #h studies in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
14=#N is encouraged to make full use of the teaching resources available in class, on line and after school tutoring. This may help to consolidate the subject matter #N is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
15=#N is encouraged to act on the feedback #e is given by #h teachers, as this would consolidate the subject matter #e is having difficulties with and increase #h rate of progress.
16=#N could profit from consolidating some of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A methodical approach, combined with a regular revision program may help #N as #e works toward achieving the desired outcomes in #h studies.
17=#N is encouraged to keep persevering and strengthen #h understanding of the subject matter with which #e struggles. A systematic approach combined with a steady revision program may benefit #N as #e aims toward achieving the desired outcomes in the future.
18=#N is encouraged to continue persisting when #e finds the subject matter difficult. A methodical approach combined with regular revision may build #N's confidence as #e strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in #h studies.
19=#N is encouraged to continue persisting with a methodical approach combined with regular revision, which may build #h confidence as #N strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in #h studies.
20=#N is encouraged to persevere by asking for help when #e finds things difficult. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: Mentor Academic Encouragement 2
1=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
2=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
3=#N has gained confidence this year by trying hard to overcome any difficulties and is encouraged to continue persevering in the future.
4=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e #e is encouraged to revise every week, as well as develop a more systematic approach in #h studies.
5=If #N is to achieve the desired grades in #h studies, #e is encouraged to revise every week, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
6=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
7=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for assessments, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
8=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h studies, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
9=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h studies, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
10=#N would benefit from adopting a more positive disposition toward #h studies. A disciplined approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e works toward improving these outcomes in the future.
11=For #N to make progress in the future, greater determination is needed, not succumbing to surrounding distractions. A change of attitude may significantly contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
12=It is essential for #N to exert more effort in trying to comprehend challenging subject matter. Adopting a positive disposition may contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
13=#N is encouraged to adopt a methodical approach and implement a structured revision program, to help consolidate the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
14=In order to make further improvement, #N is encouraged to concentrate and listen more attentively in #h classes. A change in attitude may significantly benefit #N, as #e strives toward achieving the optimum outcomes in the future.
15=#N is advised to engage more thoroughly by focusing on completing set tasks and implementing a rigorous revision program. A change in approach may positively help #N, as #e reaches toward the outcomes #e is capable of in the future.
16=#N is encouraged to avoid the tendency to chatter and to recognise the value of concentrated attention. A change in study habits may meaningfully assist #N, as #e works toward further success in the future.
17=#N is encouraged to develop a more positive approach toward #h work rather than succumbing to distractions. A change in attitude may significantly propel #N, as #e strives toward achieving the ideal outcomes in the future.
COMMENTS: Mentor Academic Progress
1=#N has achieved very solid results in #h subjects, particularly in #Subject. This is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e exhibits towards #h studies.
2=#N's academic progress has been exceptional across the curriculum with some well deserved results in #h core subjects. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
3=#N's academic results are excellent in a breadth of subjects and #h teachers continue to be impressed by #h diligence, and increasing determination.
4=#N is to be commended for #h efforts in achieving excellent results in #Subject and is encouraged to take a similar disciplined approach toward #h other subjects.
5=#N has maintained good academic standing in the College this year and this is very pleasing given the high level of the subjects studied. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
6=#N has achieved positive outcomes for #h core and elective subjects this year, particularly in #Subject.
7=#N has produced some very good results this year and this is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e puts towards each task. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
8=#N has produced admirable results this year and this is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e exhibits towards #h studies. The grade #e achieved in #Subject was well deserved.
9=#N has produced some admirable results this year and this is directly related to the dedication and diligence #e exhibits towards #h studies.
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11=#N has performed reasonably well academically, particularly in #Subject, however, #h grade #Subject in was well deserved.
12=#N has achieved some reasonable grades across #h subjects, particularly in #Subject, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
13=#N's overall academic results are satisfactory with a clear preference and skill for #Subject, where #h grade was well deserved.
14=#N's overall academic results are satisfactory with a clear preference for #Subject, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
15=#N has achieved satisfactory results across #h core subjects, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
16=#N has achieved satisfactory results across all the core subjects. #E experienced some difficulties with the #Subject course, however, #h grade in #Subject was well deserved.
17=Academically, #N has struggled with some of #h subjects particularly in #Subject, however #e attained a better than average grades in #Subject.
18=The consensus among #N's teachers is that #e has great potential but has a proclivity not to fully apply #s to the task at hand.
19=#N has obtained satisfactory results across #h core subjects, however, the results #e obtained for #Subject indicates #e experienced some difficulties.
20=#N has received a number of pastoral care entries from #h teachers for not completing homework on time, which is perhaps an area of focus that could help #m improve in #Subject.
COMMENTS: OLD-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. If #e continues like this #e has a good chance of reaching #h target grade.
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 polite and friendly member of the class. #E always works hard though sometimes struggles with the concepts taught. A good steady performance throughout the #Time-period. Well done.
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=#N has been working on the Environmental Issues module throughout the #Time-period. #E seems to enjoy this topic and has made very pleasing progress.
COMMENTS: OLD-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=#E often misses deadlines and #h project-work has varied considerably, however #h highly-imaginative #Science-topics project was excellent. It was displayed in reception at the School Open Day. An excellent achievement #N.
COMMENTS: OLD-Sample summing-up sentences
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. An excellent performance, keep it up!
2=#N has reached Level #?. This was #h target and #e should be proud of #s. To ensure #e keeps this up next year #e should #How-to-improve.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve.
4=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?. #E rarely completes #h work on time. To achieve more next year #e needs to #How-to-improve.
COMMENTS: Positive Attitude
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 member of the Mathematics class.
3=#E shows interest in learning, listens attentively, and makes a solid effort to avoid distractions that could interrupt the learning process.
4=#E is accountable and responsible. #N makes smart decisions, admits mistakes and listens to opportunities to improve.
5=#E is thoughtful, insightful and thorough in written and verbal communication, and has a talent for expressing #h ideas clearly.
6=#E is an enthusiastic member of the class and shows the willingness to learn.
7=#E is focused during class and contributes ideas willingly.
8=#E has done a great job facing and overcoming language barriers so far. Please continue to nurture and encourage this behaviour over the course of the year.
9=#E works independently and takes pride in work done well.
10=#H attitude toward learning about mathematics concepts is positive and #e has developed a good understanding of them.
11=#N has achieved good results this #Time and is happy to explain difficult concepts to #h peers.
12=#N is enjoying #Subject and always tries hard to solve problems independently.
COMMENTS: Recommendations
1=I encourage #N to improve #h level of participation and engagement in class.
2=I believe #N can be excellent if #e commits to be fully engaged in class and come for lessons prepared.
3=In order to improve #N needs to focus on #Topic and #Topic in #Subject.
4=I encourage #N to practice more on past examination questions as this will enhance #h understanding of mathematical concepts and questions.
5=In order to improve, I encourage #N to work on word problems and take note of key terms.
6=I encourage #N to exceed #h current level of performance by looking for more challenging questions from past examination papers.
7=#N would benefit by arriving early for class and coming prepared so that #e does not miss any part of the lesson.
8=#N needs to work on understanding the key vocabulary in questions in order to improve.
9=#N should seek more feedback from the teacher in order to improve.
10=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seek assistance from peer tutors or from the teacher during office hours.
11=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the presentation of their work so that #e communicates ideas clearly.
12=In order to improve, #N should complete more questions under exam conditions. This will improve #h time management during tests.
13=In order to improve, #N should ask more questions during class and seek assistance at the time need arises, and not wait until later in the week or next class.
14=In order to improve I would like to see #N ask more questions during class time.
15=I encourage #N to keep up the good work and aim even higher.
16=Keep up the good work.
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 #e has made steady progress throughout the #Time-period.
5=Overall #N has worked fairly well but there are a few issues with making good use of class time and #h completion of class tasks.
6=We have been working on the module throughout the #Time-period. #N seems to enjoy this topic and has made very pleasing progress.
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! {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
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. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
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. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
COMMENTS: Struggles poor effort
1=#N is capable of grasping mathematical concepts, but #e consistently struggles to apply #s and complete enough problems to become proficient. Encouraging more practice at home on Mathspad could help #m retain good skills.
2=In class, #N displays a lack of focus and often seems disinterested in the subject matter. Engaging #m in real-life applications of mathematics might help #m see the relevance and potential in this subject.
3=It is evident that #N possesses the ability to excel in mathematics, but #h current performance doesn't reflect #h true potential. Working on time management and study habits could significantly improve #h grades.
4=#N's effort in class has been inconsistent, leading to below-average results. It's essential for #m to take ownership of #h learning and seek help whenever #e encounters difficulties.
5=Despite occasional flashes of understanding, #N's progress in Mathematics remains slow. Additional one-on-one support and regular practice on Mathspad can help in strengthening #h foundational skills.
6=#N's performance in mathematics has been below expectations, and #e often lacks active participation in the lesson.
7=#N's mathematical abilities show promise, but #e frequently loses focus during lessons, hindering more in-depth knowledge of the topics. #N needs strategies to avoid off-task behaviour and improve #h academic growth.
8=Despite putting forth some effort, #N's performance indicates that #e struggles to grasp certain mathematical concepts. Regular revision on Mathspad and targeted practice on weak areas could lead to marked progress.
9=It's evident that #N has the potential to excel in mathematics, but #h lack of motivation is holding #m back.
COMMENTS: Test Encouraged
1=#N demonstrated an incomplete grasp of many of the processes in this assessment; and is strongly encouraged to develop a rigorous and regular study routine in order to improve #h recall and depth of understanding.
2=For #N to succeed in this subject in the future, some intense exertion is needed, combined with taking full advantage of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tuition.
3=#N is encouraged to make full use of the teaching resources available in class, online and after school tutoring. This may help to consolidate the subject matter #N is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in future assessments.
4=#N does not find Mathematics an easy subject, as #h examination result has reflected. #N should be commended on #h positive attitude and continued perseverance, which may be rewarded with a higher grade in the future.
5=#N could profit from consolidating some of the subject matter with which #e struggled with in this assessment. A methodical approach, combined with a regular revision program may help #N as #e works toward achieving the desired outcomes in future assessments.
6=#N is encouraged to keep persevering and strengthen #h understanding of the subject matter with which #e struggled with in this assessment. A systematic approach combined with a steady revision program may benefit #N as #e aims toward achieving the desired outcomes in the future.
7=#N is encouraged to continue persisting when #e finds the subject matter difficult. A methodical approach combined with regular revision may build #N's confidence as #e strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in future assessments.
8=#N is encouraged to continue persisting with a methodical approach combined with regular revision, which may build #h confidence as #N strives toward realising the optimum outcomes in future assessments.
9=#N is encouraged to persevere by asking for help when #e finds things difficult. A change in approach may significantly benefit #N as #e reaches toward achieving the best outcomes in future assessments.
10=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
11=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
12=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e is encouraged to revise well before the assessment date as well as develop a more systematic approach to problem solving.
13=If #N is to achieve a higher grade in future assessments, #e is encouraged to revise well before the assessment date, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
14=#N is encouraged to concentrate on being more methodical and minimise careless errors in future assessments. This may positively assist #N, as #e aspires toward attaining the best outcomes.
15=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for future assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
16=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for this assessment, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
17=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h work, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
18=#N is encouraged to persevere with some of the abstract concepts #e struggles with by asking for more teacher guidance in future take-home preparation tasks.
19=#N is encouraged to spent more time revising and seek teacher assistance. Carefully reading through the question and underlining important information may promote greater comprehension in future assessments.
20=#N did not find this assessment easy, as #h result reflected. #N should be commended on #h positive attitude and continued perseverance, which may be rewarded with a higher grade in the future.
COMMENTS: TRA08: Academic 2--part2
1=#N is encouraged to ask questions when #e finds the subject matter difficult. An ordered approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e aspires toward improving the current grades.
2=#N is encouraged to expend more energy in revision and study in order to consolidate the subject matter #e is unfamiliar with and improve on these outcomes in the future.
3=#N has gained confidence this year by trying hard to overcome any difficulties and is encouraged to continue persevering in the future.
4=If #N is to fulfil #h true potential, #e he is encouraged to revise every week, as well as develop a more systematic approach in #h studies.
5=If #N is to achieve the desired grades in #h studies, #e is encouraged to revise every week, as it appears #e has difficulties recalling key concepts and techniques.
6=#N is encouraged to develop #h confidence by revising more thoroughly in preparation for assessment tasks. A change in #h study habits may considerably benefit #N, as #e aims toward further success in the future.
7=Even though #N has put in a reasonable effort in revision and study for assessments, it will take considerably more effort to improve on these lower than expected outcomes.
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9=#N is encouraged to be a little more attentive towards #h studies, in the hope that #e would make even more headway and #h grades would markedly improve.
10=#N would benefit from adopting a more positive disposition toward #h studies. A disciplined approach, combined with regular revision may enable #N to consolidate #h current learning, as #e works toward improving these outcomes in the future.
11=For #N to make progress in the future, greater determination is needed, not succumbing to surrounding distractions. A change of attitude may significantly contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
12=It is essential for #N to exert more effort in trying to comprehend challenging subject matter. Adopting a positive disposition may contribute in further consolidating the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
13=#N is encouraged to adopt a methodical approach and implement a structured revision program, to help consolidate the rudimentary skills needed in #h studies.
14=In order to make further improvement, #N is encouraged to concentrate and listen more attentively in #h classes. A change in attitude may significantly benefit #N, as #e strives toward achieving the optimum outcomes in the future.
15=#N is advised to engage more thoroughly by focusing on completing set tasks and implementing a rigorous revision program. A change in approach may positively help #N, as #e reaches toward the outcomes #e is capable of in the future.
16=#N is encouraged to avoid the tendency to chatter and to recognise the value of concentrated attention. A change in study habits may meaningfully assist #N, as #e works toward further success in the future.
17=#N is encouraged to develop a more positive approach toward #h work rather than succumbing to distractions. A change in attitude may significantly propel #N, as #e strives toward achieving the ideal outcomes in the future.
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for revision
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=keep better notes in #H exercise book so that #E can revise
5=develop #h active listening skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: Maths-topics
1=Measurement unit
2=Number unit
3=Algebra unit
4=Geometry unit
5=Statistics unit
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=term
3=first 2 terms
4=so far this year
5=3rd term
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