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COMMENTS: Generic Math comments
1=#N continues to excel in Mathematics class.
2=#N has a high aptitude and motivation for Mathematics.
3=#N is an adept mathematician who is able to make connections between skills, knowledge and prior learning experiences in order to explain Mathematical concepts.
4=#N is an excellent participant in Mathematics class.
5=#N is an engaged and inquisitive Mathematics student.
6=#N is highly motivated to develop #h Mathematics skills.
7=#N demonstrates excellent work habits in Mathematics class.
8=#N is working to effectively display #h learning in Mathematics class.
9=#N approaches learning opportunities with enthusiasm and is determined to master new skills.
10=#N has a broad range of prior knowledge that #e enjoys connecting to the current units of study.
11=#Nis a hardworking and resilient student in Mathematics class.
12=#N has made gains in skills and work behavior in Mathematics.
13=#N is having some success improving #h Mathematics skills.
14=#N approaches #h Mathematics studies with diligence and enthusiasm.
COMMENTS: Sample summing-up sentences
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. An excellent performance, keep it up!
2=#N has reached Level #?. This was #h target and #e should be proud of #s. To ensure #e keeps this up next year #e should #How-to-improve.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve.
4=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?. #E rarely completes #h work on time. To achieve more next year #e needs to #How-to-improve.
COMMENTS: TRA01: Positive 1
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2=he
3=she
4=#N has shown ability and interest in this subject.
5=#N is a very highly motivated student who has shown a very sound understanding of all the topics covered.
6=#N is a very competent mathematician who can invariably see a variety of ways to tackle a problem using concepts and techniques from a wide range of mathematical ideas.
7=#E has worked conscientiously on assignments and generally produced work of a sound standard .
8=#E can quickly grasp new ideas and sees the implications of points being made
9=has proved to be a very keen and conscientious student who has taken a very positive approach to the subject .
10=appears to enjoy the challenge of more demanding problems and shows admirable perseverance in trying to complete them .
11=#E has greatly gained in confidence during the (2nd year of the)course and is now able to apply a wide variety of techniques .
12=has become a very competent mathematician .
13=has shown a very sound understanding of the pure topics on the course
14=has a mature approach to study .
15=has an analytical mind .
16=has applied #s well to a subject #e does not find easy and is to be commended for #h diligence hard work and effort.
17=#H attendance at lessons has been good and #e is always attentive, conscientious and keen to learn .
COMMENTS: TRA03: Negative 1
1=did not always use his abilities fully and was somewhat inconsistent in the handing in of work
2=and
3=he
4=she
5=Lack of commitment to making proper use of #h free time has meant that #e is still somewhat unsure of basic techniques through lack of practise .
6=at times has problems with question interpretation but with a little guidance can invariably carry a solution through to its conclusion .
7=has found the course very demanding and did not fully confront #h difficulties or seek sufficient help .
8=finds it difficult to remember and apply basic techniques
9=proved to be a rather disorganised student who should really have made better use of #h time .
10=without the necessary practise to be gained from tackling past questions #e is unlikely to do himself justice in the exam .
11=tended to lack confidence in tackling topics in the statistics /mechanics section of the course but nevertheless made every effort to master difficulties .
12=found the pure maths aspect of the course very difficult but proved to be quite able on the statistics work .
13=is competent and confident numerically but experiences some difficulties with question interpretation .
14=has a slow methodical approach but has generally grasped most of the concepts involved .
15=often appears to be somewhat casual in #h approach but this belies the fact that #e has proved to be quite able in certain areas .
16=Although #e has encountered some difficulties with the mechanics section of the course #e has nevertheless worked diligently to master the topics concerned .
17=has problems with the setting out of solutions and showing the methods used which can make answers somewhat difficult to follow .
COMMENTS: TRA04: Negative 2
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2=he
3=she
4=#N is a well intentioned mathematician with a less than disciplined approach to his work
5=#N does not have a natural flair for this subject but nevertheless has made every effort to master the concepts involved .
6=was at times somewhat inconsistent in the handing in of work by set deadlines
7=has lacked commitment and has invariably failed to meet homework deadlines.
8=#E participates enthusiastically in oral work but his written work suffers at times from a lack of a good working background knowledge of concepts and techniques
9=#E often has difficulty starting off more demanding questions and invariably needs guidance as to how the problem should be tackled .
10=not having a science background #e has found the mechanics section of the course very demanding and often experienced difficulties with question interpretation .
11=whilst not having a natural flair for mathematics #N has generally worked to the best of #h abilities .
12=#E has found the pure mathematics more to #h liking as #e has had difficulties with question interpretation and applying the relevant technique to the mechanics section of the course.
COMMENTS: TRA05: Conclusion
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2=he
3=she
4=#N is a friendly polite student who has good relationships both with #h fellow students and with staff.
5=#E would appear well suited to #h chosen course.
6=#N is not a strong mathematician and may well find the mathematics of #h chosen course demanding.
7=I highly recommend #N for #h chosen course.
8=If #N can adopt a more disciplined approach to #h studies then it is possible #e may obtain a grade but a is more likely
COMMENTS: Std Conclusion Math 7
1=Overall, #N should be pleased with #h progress this year and should continue to flourish if the effort level remains consistent.
2=Overall, #N can do better in the second semester if #e puts more effort into minimizing mistakes and working with the teacher by asking more questions when topics seem confusing.
3=It has been a fantastic semester for #N. Keep up the strong effort and detailed work!
4=A good way to review is to use the unit outline as a guide, and complete more of the standard level textbook questions. There is also extra math help offered during lunchtime that #N is welcome to attend anytime.
5=#N shows real talent for mathematics. To achieve #h potential, I highly recommend #m to try math contest websites on #h own time and to continue to do challenge level problems in class. The sky is the limit for #N in mathematics.
6=For second semester I recommend #N continue to try the challenge level problems and try some of the math contest websites.
7=In order to make the next leap in #h mathematics achievement, #N should try some of the challenge problems offered in the lessons. Keep up the effort.
8=#N could be a real class leader, both in #h personal academic growth and as an example to those around #m.
COMMENTS: Std Conclusion Math 8
1=Overall, #N should be pleased with #h progress and should continue to flourish if the effort level remains consistent.
2=Overall, #N can do better in the next term if #e puts more effort into minimizing mistakes and working with the teacher by asking more questions when topics seem confusing.
3=It has been a fantastic term for #N. Keep up the strong effort and detailed work!
4=A good way to review is to use the unit outline as a guide, and complete more of the standard level textbook questions. There is also extra math help offered during lunchtime that #N is welcome to attend anytime.
5=#N shows real talent for mathematics. To achieve #h potential, I highly recommend #m to try math contest websites on #h own time and to continue to do challenge level problems in class. The sky's the limit for #N in mathematics.
6=For second semester I recommend #N continue to try the challenge level problems and try some of the math contest websites.
7=In order to make the next leap in #h mathematics achievement, #N should try some of the challenge problems offered in the lessons. Keep up the effort.
8=#N is a friendly and hardworking member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the first semester. For second semester, if #e keeps working hard and reviewing class material, #e will find success.
9=#N has had a mixed first semester but there are signs of improvement in #h mathematical understanding. Keep working hard!
10=#N has shown ability and interest in this subject.
11=#N is a very highly motivated student who has shown a very sound understanding of all the topics covered.
12=#N is a very competent mathematician who can invariably see a variety of ways to tackle a problem using concepts and techniques from a wide range of mathematical ideas.
13=#E can quickly grasp new ideas and sees the implications of points being made.
14=#N has proved to be a very keen and conscientious student who has taken a very positive approach to the subject.
15=#E appears to enjoy the challenge of more demanding problems and shows admirable perseverance in trying to complete them.
16=#N has applied #s well to a subject #e finds challenging and is to be commended for #h diligence, hard work and effort. Keep it up in second semester!
17=#N could be a real class leader, both in #h personal academic growth and as an example to those around #m.
18=Overall, #N can do better in the next term if #e puts more effort into #h studies. #E should work on homework problems that reflect #h ability, and really extend #h thinking and learning.
19=For next semester, #e should choose homework problems carefully to find questions that reflect #h ability, and really extend #h thinking and learning. By pushing #s, #e will really be able to grow as a mathematician.
COMMENTS: Std Improvement Strategy
1=In order to improve, #N should revise more before exams and use the unit outlines on the OLP as a guide for preparation.
2=In order to improve, #N should minimize errors by double checking #h work on quizzes and tests.
3=In order to improve #N should ask more questions in class when something does not make sense.
4=In order to improve #N needs to focus more in class and ask questions when confused.
5=Additionally, it would be beneficial for #N to attend weekly lunch help sessions to go over unclear concepts with the teacher.
6=In order to improve, #N should choose homework problems that are of the appropriate level. By pushing #s, #e will really be able to grow as a mathematician.
7=In order to improve, #N should make sure #e is prepared for class every day, with all #h materials and all #h homework completed.
8=#H main challenge is the retention of previously learned concepts. #E is encouraged to regularly revise material to reinforce #h learning.
9=#E is encouraged to focus on consistency in #h home practice and recognizing when more practice or support is needed.
10=#E is encouraged to practice active listening skills in order to successfully follow directions and improve #h learning experience.
11=#E has a lot to add to the class and is encouraged to reduce distracting habits and to further develop #h positive leadership skills.
12=#E is encouraged to continue to seek assistance or clarification when necessary and to maintain the positive work habits that have led to increased mastery of learning goals.
13=#E is encouraged to revise material on a regular basis and to maintain the positive work habits that have led to increased mastery of learning goals.
14=#E can further improve #h skills by maintaining constructive work habits and seeking assistance when challenged by unfamiliar tasks.
15=#E should continue to ask questions to clarify new concepts when necessary.
16=#E can further improve #h skills by actively listening to peers and thoughtfully considering all responses before contributing.
17=#E can further improve by challenging #s with complex word problems in classwork and homework more frequently.
COMMENTS: Std Introduction Math 7
1=It has been a pleasure teaching #N in Mathematics this year.
2=#E has demonstrated good work habits and a strong desire to improve #h understanding.
3=In class #N is a positive contributor and participates frequently.
4=#E is able to work well in groups, helping others when possible, and asking for clarification when needed.
5=#E has shown progress in group work, asking questions more frequently, and has been a positive contributor during Survivor Math.
6=Thus far it has been a pleasure teaching #N this year in Mathematics 7.
7=#E has been a consistent worker and is beginning to meet #h potential. With effort, I expect #N to improve #h performance in the second semester.
8=#N has had a challenging semester.
9=The best thing about #N is that #e asks questions when something does not click. Keep doing this in second semester.
10=#N has generally worked well this semester but could have given a little more effort.
11=It has been a pleasure to teach #N this semester but unfortunately #h grade does not reflect #h potential.
12=#N is a friendly and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the #Time-period.
13=#N has had a mixed #Time-period but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late.
14=#N has shown ability and interest in this subject.
15=#N is a very highly motivated student who has shown a very sound understanding of all the topics covered.
16=#N is a very competent mathematician who can invariably see a variety of ways to tackle a problem using concepts and techniques from a wide range of mathematical ideas.
17=#E can quickly grasp new ideas and sees the implications of points being made.
18=#N has proved to be a very keen and conscientious student who has taken a very positive approach to the subject.
19=#E appears to enjoy the challenge of more demanding problems and shows admirable perseverance in trying to complete them.
COMMENTS: Std Introduction Math 8
1=It has been a pleasure teaching #N in Mathematics this year.
2=#E has demonstrated good work habits and a strong desire to improve #h understanding.
3=In class #N is a positive contributor and participates frequently.
4=#E is able to work well in groups, helping others when possible, and asking for clarification when needed.
5=#E has shown progress in group work, asking questions more frequently, and has been a positive contributor during Survivor Math.
6=#N has been a pleasure to teach in Mathematics this year.
7=#N has applied #s well to a subject #e finds challenging and is to be commended for #h diligence, hard work, and effort.
8=#E has been a consistent worker and is beginning to meet #h potential. With effort, I expect #N to improve #h performance in the second semester.
9=#N has had a challenging semester.
10=The best thing about #N is that #e asks questions when something does not click. Keep doing this in second semester.
11=#N has generally worked well this semester but could have given a little more effort.
12=It has been a pleasure to teach #N this semester but unfortunately #h grade does not reflect #h potential.
13=#N is a friendly and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the first part of the year.
14=#N has had a mixed first semester but there are signs of improvement in #h mathematical understanding. With hard work and determination #e should have a successful second semester.
15=#N has shown ability and interest in this subject.
16=#N is a very highly motivated student who has shown a very sound understanding of all the topics covered.
17=#N is a very competent mathematician who can invariably see a variety of ways to tackle a problem using concepts and techniques from a wide range of mathematical ideas.
18=#E can quickly grasp new ideas and sees the implications of points being made
19=#N has proved to be a very keen and conscientious student who has taken a very positive approach to the subject .
20=#E appears to enjoy the challenge of more demanding problems and shows admirable perseverance in trying to complete them .
COMMENTS: Std Introduction1 Math 8
1=#N has demonstrated exemplary problem solving skills and a desire to challenge #s in the Mathematics program.
2=#N has excelled in the units of Mathematics taught thus far.
3=It has been a pleasure teaching #N thus far in Mathematics this year.
4=#E has demonstrated exemplary work habits and a desire to challenge #s.
5=Thus far in Mathematics, #N has consistently demonstrated good work habits and is making steady progress.
6=#E has demonstrated good work habits and a strong desire to improve #h understanding.
7=In class #N is a positive contributor and participates frequently.
8=#N has been working towards gaining a better understanding of the concepts taught in Mathematics thus far.
9=It has been a pleasure to teach #N this semester but unfortunately #h grade does not reflect #h potential.
10=#N has had a challenging semester.
COMMENTS: Std Introduction2 Math 8
1=#N is a very competent mathematician who can invariably see a variety of ways to tackle a problem using concepts and techniques from a wide range of mathematical ideas.
2=#E can quickly grasp new ideas and sees the implications of points being made.
3=#N has proved to be a very keen and conscientious student who has taken a very positive approach to the subject.
4=#E appears to enjoy the challenge of more demanding problems and shows admirable perseverance in trying to complete them.
5=#N is a very highly motivated student who has shown a very sound understanding of all the topics covered.
6=#N is a focused and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the first part of the year.
7=#E is able to work well in groups, helping others when possible, and asking for clarification when needed.
8=The best thing about #N is that #e asks questions when something does not click. Keep doing this in second semester.
9=#N has generally worked well this semester but could have given a little more effort.
10=#N has had a mixed first semester but there are signs of improvement in #h mathematical understanding. With hard work and determination #e should have a successful second semester.
11=#E has shown progress in group work, asking questions more frequently, and has been a positive contributor during Math activities.
12=#N has shown ability and interest in this subject.
13=#N has applied #s well to a subject #e finds challenging and is to be commended for #h diligence, hard work, and effort.
14=#E has been a consistent worker and is beginning to meet #h potential. With effort, I expect #N to improve #h performance in the second semester.
COMMENTS: Std MATH ATL Improvement
1=#E can further improve by challenging #s with complex word problems in classwork and homework more frequently.
2=#E often shares insightful comments and should strive to expand these ideas to further develop #h critical thinking and analytical skills.
3=#E can further improve #h communication and comprehension skills by articulating mathematics concepts more frequently.
4=#E can further improve #h skills by actively listening to peers and thoughtfully considering all responses before contributing.
5=#E should continue to ask questions to clarify new concepts when necessary.
6=#E can further improve #h skills by maintaining constructive work habits and seeking assistance when challenged by unfamiliar tasks.
7=#E is encouraged to revise material on a regular basis and to maintain the positive work habits that have led to increased mastery of learning goals.
8=#E is encouraged to continue to seek assistance or clarification when necessary and to maintain the positive work habits that have led to increased mastery of learning goals.
9=#E has a lot to add to the class and is encouraged to reduce distracting habits and to further develop #h positive leadership skills.
10=#E is encouraged to practice active listening skills in order to successfully follow directions and improve #h learning experience.
11=#E is encouraged to focus on consistency in #h home practice and recognizing when more practice or support is needed.
12=#H main challenge is the retention of previously learned concepts. #E is encouraged to regularly revise material to reinforce #h learning.
COMMENTS: Std MATH ATL Strength
1=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N's confident approach to #h studies and #h positive work habits combine to make #m an exceptional student.
2=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is a skilful communicator and serves as a resource for supporting learning in our classroom community.
3=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is an active contributor to class discussions who promotes critical thinking amongst #h peers.
4=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is exceptionally proactive in seeking assistance or clarification when necessary.
5=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is a careful organizer and demonstrates excellent work habits.
6=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is a student who takes pride in #h work and is motivated by positive feedback.
7=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N has shown great resilience and commitment to improvement in #h mathematics skills.
8=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is progressing in #h organization and self-management.
9=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N regularly makes positive contributions to classroom discussions.
10=In terms of Approaches to Learning, #N is striving to be more proactive in seeking assistance or clarification when necessary.
COMMENTS: Std Math Improvement Strategy
1=In order to improve, #N should revise more before exams and use the unit outlines on the OLP as a guide for preparation.
2=In order to improve, #N should minimize errors by double checking #h work on quizzes and tests.
3=In order to improve #N should ask more questions in class when something does not make sense.
4=In order to improve #N needs to focus more in class and ask questions when confused.
5=Additionally, it would be beneficial for #N to attend weekly lunch help sessions to go over unclear concepts with the teacher.
6=Greater care should be taken when completing multi-step problems.
7=In order to improve upon performance on assessments, #N should be careful during calculations so that #e can minimize computational errors.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 1 Grade 7 Integers and Rational Numbers
1=In the Integers and Rational Numbers unit, #N met all the learning goals and should be commended.
2=#E showed resilience during the first unit on Integers and Rational Numbers by revising for the re-test and then meeting all learning goals. However, to avoid having to do a re-test in the future, #N should use the unit planner on the OLP and #h Check-Ins to study and ensure #e asks the teacher questions before sitting the original test.
3=In the Integers and Rational Numbers unit, #N met most of the learning goals.
4=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
5=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
6=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
7=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
8=#E should be commended for putting in the effort to take the re-test. However, in the future it would be great to avoid this by studying more and using the OLP, past quizzes and the unit outline as a guide.
9=Ideally in the future, #N could avoid writing a re-test by studying more and using past quizzes and the unit outline as a guide.
10=#E shows good understanding of the concepts covered in the unit such as #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
11=#N excelled in the Integers and Rational Numbers unit, achieving an above grade level score on the end of unit assessment.
12=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
13=In the future, #e is encouraged to take advantage of retest opportunities.
14=In the Integers and Rational Numbers unit, #N met most of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
15=In the Integers and Rational Numbers unit, #N met most of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
16=In the Integers and Rational Numbers unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 1 Grade 8 Algebra
1=#N excelled in the Algebra unit. #E was able to consistently and accurately manipulate and solve equations and inequalities. #E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to solve challenging tasks.
2=In the Algebra unit, #N understands the process needed to manipulate and solve equations and inequalities. #E was able to effectively define a variable and use properties of algebra to solve problems.
3=In the Algebra unit, #N showed resilience by completing #h original unit test corrections and revising for the re-test which resulted in showing mastery of all learning goals.
4=In the Algebra unit, #N met most of the learning goals.
5=In the Algebra unit, #N did not meet most of the learning goals. #N still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals.
6=In the Algebra unit, #N did not meet most of the learning goals. #N still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals.
7=In the Algebra unit, #N did not meet most of the learning goals. #N still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals, #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals.
8=#N still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals.
9=#E should be commended for putting in the effort to take the re-test. However, in the future it would be great to avoid this by studying more and using past quizzes and the unit outline as a guide.
10=Ideally in the future, #N could avoid writing a re-test by studying more and using check-ins and the unit outline on the OLP as a guide.
11=#E shows good understanding of the concepts covered in the unit such as #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals.
12=#N excelled in the Algebra unit at the start of the year, achieving an above grade level score on the end of unit assessment.
13=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
14=In the future, #e is encouraged to take advantage of retest opportunities.
15=In the Algebra unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #N still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 2 Grade 7 Algebra
1=#N was successful in meeting all learning targets in the Algebra unit.
2=#N showed full comprehension of all the learning targets after writing the re-test for the Algebra unit.
3=#N met most of the learning targets in the Algebra unit.
4=#N was successful in meeting all learning targets in the Algebra unit. #E showed excellent understanding of the concepts, specifically #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals.
5=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals.
6=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals.
7=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals, #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals.
8=#N still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals, #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals.
9=Ideally in the future, #N could avoid writing a re-test by studying more and using past quizzes and the unit outline as a guide.
10=#E should be commended for putting in the effort to take the re-test. However, in the future it would be great to avoid this by studying more and using the OLP, past quizzes and the unit outline as a guide.
11=#E showed excellent understanding of how to solve multiple step equations, factoring, and how to write equations given a word problem.
12=A good way to review is to use the unit outline as a guide, and complete more of the standard level textbook questions. There is also extra math help offered during lunchtime that #N is welcome to attend anytime.
13=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
14=In the future, #e is encouraged to take advantage of retest opportunities.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 2 Grade 8 Linear Equations
1=#E shows excellent understanding of the concepts covered in the Linear Equations unit. In particular, #e excelled at #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals.
2=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
3=#N has met all the learning goals in the Linear Equations unit. Well done.
4=#E worked diligently to improve #h understanding of slopes, intercepts, and systems of equations.
5=In the Linear Equations unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals. #E can do that by going to the OLP and revising that topic. This includes reviewing the notes, exploring the links, and practising the sets of worksheets related to those concepts.
6=#E shows moderate understanding of the concepts covered in the unit on linear equations such as #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals.
7=#E should continue working on #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals.
8=An avenue to improve #h understanding of concepts is to seek help at lunch help sessions or make a time to talk with #h teacher before or after school.
9=In the current Linear Equations unit, #N has met very few of the learning goals and needs to put in more effort.
10=#E showed resilience during the Linear Equations unit by revising for the re-test and then meeting all learning goals.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 2 Grade 8 Roots and Indices
1=#E showed excellent understanding of the concepts covered in the Roots and Indices unit. In particular, #e excelled at #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals.
2=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
3=#N has met all the learning goals in the Roots and Indices unit. #E has a solid grasp of concepts related to radicals, exponents, and the Pythagoras Theorem.
4=#E worked diligently to improve #h understanding of roots, indices, and the Pythagoras Theorem.
5=In the Roots and Indices unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals. #E can do that by going to the OLP and revising that topic. This includes reviewing the notes, exploring the links, and practising the sets of worksheets related to those concepts.
6=#N shows moderate understanding of the concepts covered in the Roots and Indices unit. #E should continue to practise #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals.
7=#E should continue working on #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals.
8=In the Roots and Indices unit, #N has met very few of the learning goals and needs to put in more effort. An avenue to improve #h understanding of concepts is to seek help at lunch help sessions or make a time to talk with #h teacher before or after school.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 3 Grade 7 Ratio Rate Percent
1=In the most current unit, Ratio Rate and Percent, #N has shown excellent comprehension of the key concepts such as #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals.
2=#N was successful in meeting all learning targets in the current unit on Ratio Rate and Percent. #E showed excellent understanding of the concepts, specifically #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals.
3=In the most current unit, Ratio Rate and Percent, #N has shown moderate comprehension.
4=In the most current unit, Ratio Rate and Percent, #N has struggled understanding some of the concepts.
5=An area in which #e should focus on as we move forward in the unit is #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals.
6=#N met most of the learning goals of the third unit which focused on Ratio Rate and Percent. #E still needs to work on #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals. #N should go the OLP and revise that topic for the end of year test.
7=#N needs to review #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals and #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals.
8=#N needs to review #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals, #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals, and #StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals.
9=A good way to review is to use the unit outline as a guide, and complete more of the standard level textbook questions. There is also extra math help offered during lunchtime that #N is welcome to attend anytime.
10=#N excelled in the Algebra unit, achieving an above grade level score on the end of unit assessment.
11=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
12=In our most recent unit, Ratios, Proportions and Percent, #N shows considerable understanding of proportional relationships.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 3 Grade 8 Linear Equations
1=#E shows excellent understanding of the concepts covered in the Linear Equations unit. In particular, #e excelled at #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
2=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
3=#N has met all the learning goals in the Linear Equations unit. Well done.
4=#E worked diligently to improve #h understanding of slopes, intercepts, and systems of equations.
5=In the most recent Linear Equations unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals. #E can do that by going to the OLP and revising that topic. This includes reviewing the notes, exploring the links, and practising the sets of worksheets related to those concepts.
6=#E shows moderate understanding of the concepts covered in the most recent unit on linear equations such as #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
7=#E should continue working on #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
8=An avenue to improve #h understanding of concepts is to seek help at lunch help sessions or make a time to talk with #h teacher before or after school.
9=In the current Linear Equations unit, #N has met very few of the learning goals and needs to put in more effort.
10=In the Linear Equations and Graphing unit, #N continues to develop #h understanding of slopes, intercepts, and graphing equations.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 3 Grade 8 Systems of Equations
1=#E shows excellent understanding of the concepts covered in the Systems of Equations unit. In particular, #e excelled at #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
2=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
3=#N has met all the learning goals in the Systems of Equations unit. Well done.
4=#E worked diligently to improve #h understanding of slopes, intercepts, and solutions to systems of equations.
5=In the Systems of Equations unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals. #E can do that by going to the OLP and revising that topic. This includes reviewing the notes, exploring the links, and practising the sets of worksheets related to those concepts.
6=#E shows moderate understanding of the concepts covered in the Systems of Equations unit such as #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
7=#E should continue working on #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
8=An avenue to improve #h understanding of concepts is to seek help at lunch help sessions or make a time to talk with #h teacher before or after school.
9=In the Systems of Equations unit, #N has met very few of the learning goals and needs to put in more effort.
10=#E should continue working on #StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals.
COMMENTS: Std Unit 4 Grade 8 Systems of Equations
1=#E shows excellent understanding of the concepts covered in the Systems of Equations unit. In particular, #e excelled at #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals and #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals.
2=#E showed excellent critical thinking and applied #h understanding of concepts to challenging problems.
3=#N has met all the learning goals in the Systems of Equations unit. Well done.
4=#E worked diligently to improve his understanding of slopes, intercepts, and solutions to systems of equations.
5=In the Systems of Equations unit, #N met some of the learning goals. #E still needs to work on #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals. #E can do that by going to the OLP and revising that topic. This includes reviewing the notes, exploring the links, and practising the sets of worksheets related to those concepts.
6=#E shows moderate understanding of the concepts covered in the Systems of Equations unit such as #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals.
7=#E should continue working on #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals, and #StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals.
8=An avenue to improve #h understanding of concepts is to seek help at lunch help sessions or make a time to talk with #h teacher before or after school.
9=In the Systems of Equations unit, #N has met very few of the learning goals and needs to put in more effort.
LIST: Grade
1=1
2=2
3=3
4=4
5=5
6=6
7=7
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=practice more using resources like our online textbook
6=pay more attention to instructions
7=ask #h teacher more questions before, in, or after class
LIST: OLD-How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for homework
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=do more project research on the internet
5=develop #h computer skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: Operations
1=adding
2=subtracting
3=multiplying
4=dividing
5=adding and subtracting
6=multiplying and dividing
7=adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
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
LIST: StdGr7Unit1LearningGoals
1=performing all mathematical operations with rational numbers
2=applying absolute value to equations and word problems
3=following the order of operations to solve equations
4=evaluating expressions by substitution
5=translating algebraic expressions into words
6=simplifying and combining like terms
7=converting between fractions and decimals
LIST: StdGr7Unit2LearningGoals
1=solving one and two step inequalities
2=solving and graphing one and two step inequalities
3=writing inequalities given a graph
4=solving inequality word problems
5=distributing and combining like terms
6=solving multistep equations
7=factoring out the largest coefficient
8=writing equations and solving word problems
LIST: StdGr7Unit3LearningGoals
1=writing and simplifying ratios
2=calculating unit rates
3=writing and solving proportions
4=graphing a line and finding the slope
5=use rate, ratio, or proportions to solve word problems
LIST: StdGr8Unit1LearningGoals
1=writing and solving equations using mathematical properties
2=rewriting equations to solve for one variable
3=solving and graphing one-step inequalities
4=writing, solving, and graphing multi-step inequalities
5=using algebra to solve word problems
LIST: StdGr8Unit2LearningGoals
1=finding and evaluating square and cube roots
2=simplifying radical expressions, with and without variables
3=rationalizing and applying the 4 operations to radicals
4=using the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems
5=using and applying all the exponent laws
6=writing and computing numbers in scientific notation
LIST: StdGr8Unit3LearningGoals
1=creating and interpreting graphing stories
2=graphing a linear equation given an equation or points
3=writing a linear equation given a graph or points
4=finding the slope of a line given two points
5=rearranging linear formulas into various forms
6=understanding properties of parallel and perpendicular lines
7=using linear equations to model real world situations
8=finding and interpreting slope and intercepts
LIST: StdGr8Unit4LearningGoals
1=solving a system of linear equations by graphing
2=solving a system of linear equations by substitution
3=solving a system of linear equations by elimination
4=using systems of equations to model real world situations
5=interpreting slope and intercepts
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