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COMMENTS: aaa missing name aaa
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and I look forward to further working with #m next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
2=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
3=It has been a fantastic start to the course for #N and I am looking forward to the work #e will be producing as #e finishes the DP programme next year.
4=I look forward to watching #h further improve #h standard in #h final year of the IB next year!
5=I look forward to further working with #N next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
COMMENTS: Class area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. The teacher should be used both in and out of the classroom as a resource.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
6=In order to improve, #N will need to spend some time getting to know #h way around the calculator. This will allow for better time efficiency in the exams.
7=In order to improve, #N should complete more questions under exam conditions. This will improve #h time management during exams.
8=In order to improve, #N should ask more questions during class and seek assistance at the time trouble arrises, and not wait until later in the week or next class.
9=In order to improve I would like to see more questions being raised during class time.
COMMENTS: Class Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. This could be achieved through increased awareness of expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time-period.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #e is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not so evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning new mathematical concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: Class intro
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Physics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Physics course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: Class organisation
1=#N whould look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
2=#N has unsatisfactory organisation. This is effecting the work output that #h is producing. I would reccomend this as an area for improvement.
3=#H organisational skills are satisfactory.
4=#E has fantastic organisational skills. This allows #m to be time efficient in planning and is able to structure the work appropriately.
5=#H organisational skills are satisfactory but could be improved by having a workbook and an answer booklet.
COMMENTS: communication
1=#E is able to express working in detail, using the correct processes.
2=#E has trouble showing their processes which is limiting #h overall achievement.
3=#E needs to show #h working more to show understanding.
COMMENTS: DP Area of Improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N attempt to complete the set work and maintain an organised folder of work. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the more difficult concepts #e needs to understand.
2=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
3=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seek the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. #E should really take advantage of the opportunities both in and out of class to seek help.
4=In order to improve, #N will need to spend some time getting to know #h way around the graphic display calculator. This will allow for better time efficiency in the exams.
5=In order to improve, #N should complete more questions under exam conditions. This will improve #h time management during exams.
6=In order to improve, #N should ask more questions during class and seek assistance at the time trouble arises, and not wait until later in the week or the next class.
7=In order to improve, I would like to see #N raise more questions during class time, or during the tutorial (7th) session, or other opportunities when #h teacher is available.
8=In order to improve, I would like to see #N take better advantage of all the opportunities made available for #m to work on mathematics, and get help whenever necessary.
9=To ensure the best start in Grade 12, it is recommended that #N revise #SL1-Topics and #SL1-Topics over the summer.
10=#E can start by asking questions whenever necessary. #E is also welcome to take advantage of the various ways #e can get support in the school, such as Periods 0 and 9, and the 7th sessions.
COMMENTS: DP Closing-end of year 1 statement
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and I look forward to further working with #m next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
2=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
3=It has been a fantastic start to the course for #N and I am looking forward to the work #e will be producing as #e finishes the DP programme next year.
4=I look forward to watching #m further improve #h standard in #h final year of the IB next year!
5=I look forward to further working with #N next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
COMMENTS: DP End of Year Exams 1
1=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
2=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. It has become evident, however, that #e will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. In general, #e has demonstrated extensive knowledge and a comprehensive understanding of the subject material.
4=#N performed very well in the #paper-number paper of the end-of-year examination. Although #e was not as successful with the #paper-number, #e has demonstrated a broad and clear understanding of the subject material. It is apparent that #e will need to work on proper and thorough examination preparation especially for #paper-number questions.
5=#N's end-of-year examination results showed clear areas of strength and other areas which need to be worked on. In particular, #e will need to focus on #HL1-Topics, #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics over the summer.
6=#N's end-of-year examination results were not #h best, but overall #e demonstrated a good effort, as #e attempted almost every question. These also seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #HL1-Topics, #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics need attention over the summer.
7=#N's disappointing end-of-year examination results seem to indicate a lack of thorough revision and preparation. In particular, #e will need to work on the #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator over the summer.
8=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper, full revision for examinations. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on both papers. A thorough revision over the summer is needed.
COMMENTS: DP Exams
1=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
2=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. It has become evident, however, that #e will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. In general, #e has demonstrated extensive knowledge and a comprehensive understanding of the subject material.
4=#N performed very well in the #paper-number paper of the end-of-year examination. Although #e was not as successful with the #paper-number, #e has demonstrated a broad and clear understanding of the subject material. It is apparent that #e will need to work on proper and thorough examination preparation especially for #paper-number questions.
5=#N's end-of-year examination results showed clear areas of strength and other areas which need to be worked on. In particular, #e will need to focus on #HL1-Topics, #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics over the summer.
6=#N's end-of-year examination results were not #h best, but overall #e demonstrated a good effort, as #e attempted almost every question. These also seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #HL1-Topics, #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics need attention over the summer.
7=#N's disappointing end-of-year examination results seem to indicate a lack of thorough revision and preparation. In particular, #e will need to work on the #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator over the summer.
8=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper, full revision for examinations. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on both papers. A thorough revision over the summer is needed.
COMMENTS: DP Final Level Graduating
1=Overall, #N has demonstrated limited general understanding of the required knowledge and skills as well as the ability to apply these fully in typical situations, with support. It is my hope that #e made full use of the revision period leading up to the IB exams in May and that #h results will do #m great credit. Best of luck in your future studies, #N!
2=Overall, #N has demonstrated a satisfactory general understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these in typical situations. Occasionally, #e would show evidence of the skills of analysis and evaluation where appropriate. It is my hope that #N made full use of the study period in the last weeks leading up the IB Exams in May.
3=Overall, #N has demonstrated a consistently good understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these in a variety of situations. There was regular evidence of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation where appropriate. It is my hope that #N made full use of the study period in the last weeks leading up the IB Exams in May.
4=Overall, #N has generally demonstrated a consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills as well as the ability to apply these in a wide variety of situations. There was consistent evidence of analysis, synthesis and evaluation, where appropriate. It is my hope that #N made full use of the study period in the last weeks leading up the IB Exams in May.
5=Overall, #N showed considerable insight with new concepts. #E has demonstrated a consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills, and the ability to apply these routinely in a wide variety of situations. #E showed regular evidence of analysis and evaluation of #h work, and there is frequent display of originality when attempting to solve problems. I am confident that if #e continued with the intensity #e was working in, #h final results will do #m great credit.
COMMENTS: DP maths - end of year 1
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and wish #m well for next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
2=I wish #N all the best for #h final year in the DP programme next year.
3=It has been a fantastic start to the course for #N and I am looking forward to the work #e will be producing as #e finishes the DP programme next year.
4=I look forward to watching #h further improve #h standard in #h final year of the IB next year!
COMMENTS: DP Maths_opening
1=#N's progress this year has been #MathsProgress.
2=#N has generally worked well this year.
3=#N continued to work well this year.
4=#N has made considerable progress in this course.
COMMENTS: DP Maths_opening Sem 2
1=#N's progress this year has been #MathsProgress.
2=#N has made fantastic progress this year.
3=#N has made steady progress this year.
4=#N has generally worked well this year.
5=#N continued to work well this year.
COMMENTS: DP Maths_opening Sem1
1=#N is a polite and pleasant student in class.
2=#N is a polite student in class.
3=#N is a keen and talented student of mathematics.
4=#N is a confident and talented student of mathematics.
5=#N is an enthusiastic mathematics student.
6=#N is a very talented student of mathematics.
COMMENTS: DP Sem 2 IA comment
1=#N showed a keen interest in #h investigation of
2=For #h internal assessment, #N explored the mathematics involved in
3=#N explored the mathematics involved in
COMMENTS: DP SL Exams
1=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
2=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. It has become evident, however, that #e will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. In general, #e has demonstrated extensive knowledge and a comprehensive understanding of the subject material.
4=#N's end-of-year examination results showed clear areas of strength and other areas which need to be worked on. In particular, #e will need to focus on #SL1-Topics, #SL1-Topics, and #SL1-Topics over the summer.
5=#N's end-of-year examination results were not #h best, but overall #e demonstrated a good effort, as #e attempted almost every question. They also seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #SL1-Topics, #SL1-Topics, and #SL1-Topics need attention over the summer.
6=#N performed very well in the #paper-number paper of the end-of-year examination. Although #e was not as successful with the #paper-number, #e has demonstrated a broad and clear understanding of the subject material. It is apparent that #e will need to work on proper and thorough examination preparation especially for #paper-number questions.
7=#N's disappointing end-of-year examination results seem to indicate a lack of thorough revision and preparations. In particular, #e will need to work on the #SL1-Topics, and #SL1-Topics topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator over the summer.
8=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper, full revision for examinations. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on both papers. A thorough revision over the summer is needed.
COMMENTS: DP1 End of year Exams
1=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
2=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. It has become evident, however, that #e will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#N performed extremely well in #h end-of-year exams, demonstrating insight with some of the more challenging questions. In general, #e has demonstrated extensive knowledge and a comprehensive understanding of the subject material.
4=#N's end-of-year examination results showed clear areas of strength and other areas which need to be worked on. In particular, #e will need to focus on #HL1-Topics, #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics over the summer.
5=#N's end-of-year examination results were not #h best, but overall #e demonstrated a good effort, as #e attempted almost every question. They also seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #HL1-Topics, #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics need attention over the summer.
6=#N performed very well in the #paper-number paper of the end-of-year examination. Although #e was not as successful with the #paper-number, #e has demonstrated a broad and clear understanding of the subject material. It is apparent that #e will need to work on proper and thorough examination preparation especially for #paper-number questions.
7=#N's disappointing end-of-year examination results seem to indicate a lack of thorough revision and preparations. In particular, #e will need to work on the #HL1-Topics, and #HL1-Topics topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator over the summer.
8=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper, full revision for examinations. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on both papers. A thorough revision over the summer is needed.
COMMENTS: DP1 HL Sem1 Exams
1=#N has produced some fine results this semester, finishing with an exceptionally good end of semester broad-based test.
2=#N has produced quite impressive results in the end of semester broad-based test, however, they also indicate that #N will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#N's disappointing end of semester broad-based test results seemed to indicate a lack of proper revision. Furthermore, #e will need to work on #HL1Sem1Topics, #HL1Sem1Topics, and #HL1Sem1Topics.
4=#N's end of semester broad-based test results seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #HL1Sem1Topics, #HL1Sem1Topics, and #HL1Sem1Topics need attention.
5=#N's disappointing end of semester broad-based test results seem to indicate a lack of preparation. In particular, #e will need to work on the #HL1Sem1Topics, and #HL1Sem1Topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator.
6=#N's disappointing end of semester broad-based test results seem to indicate a lack of proper revision. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on the paper. A thorough revision is needed.
COMMENTS: DP1 HL Sem1 Seven
1=#H exceptional performance in the #HL1Sem1Topics unit was very impressive.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem 2 Closing
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and I look forward to further working with #m next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
2=If #e continues in this intensity, with #h diligent and consistent effort, I have no doubt that #h final results will do #m great credit.
3=It has been a fantastic start to the course for #N and I am looking forward to the work #e will be producing as #e finishes the DP programme next year.
4=I look forward to watching #m further improve #h standard in #h final year of the IB next year!
5=I look forward to further working with #N next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem 2 Targets
1=Targets include: continue practicing exam style questions to get more experience in selecting the right strategy for a question
2=participate in class more often
3=ask more questions
4=seek help when necessary
5=create a plan to include a regular time in your study timetable to continually review the past topics
6=expose yourself to varied exam-style questions by doing more of the practice papers provided or asking for more questions
7=spend more time outside of class doing mathematics
8=ask for more help with specific questions
9=find a small study group to talk the maths through
10=maintain an updated folder of work
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Ability
1=#E has an excellent understanding of new material presented in lessons, and shows considerable insight with new concepts. #E demonstrates a keen interest to do well in this course.
2=#E possesses a #level grasp of the basic mathematical skills and #levelbuilds upon that base.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Attitude
1=#E works hard and makes interesting contributions to class discussions.
2=#E works with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
3=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
4=#E is a mature student who takes responsibility for #h learning and asks questions whenever necessary. #E is also always willing to answer questions and volunteers to help #h peers understand some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
5=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
6=#E is a mature student who takes responsibility for #h learning and asks questions whenever necessary.
7=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
8=#E does not hesitate to ask questions whenever necessary, and is always eager to make interesting contributions to discussions.
9=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who will try #h best.
10=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level.
11=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
12=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
13=Unfortunately, #N has found #some of the concepts of the course at this level quite challenging.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Closing Statement
1=#E has worked with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
2=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
3=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class. I look forward to further working with #N as #e works at approaching #h potential in the next #time-period.
4=After an impressive start to the year, #N somehow found some of the topics challenging. I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
5=#E has worked extremely hard, showing interest and a desire to improve #h skills and knowledge. I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
6=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives of #h best. I look forward to further working with #N as #e works at approaching #h potential in the next semester.
7=After a slow start to the year, #N showed considerable improvement in both work and attitude. I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
8=After a pleasing start to the year, #N manifested a marked decline in work and attitude. I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
9=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level. I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
10=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
11=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
12=Nevertheless, #N showed a consistent effort throughout the #time-period. I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
13=I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
14=An amazing start to the course, well done!
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Exams
1=#E has produced some fine results this semester, finishing with an exceptionally good mid-year examination.
2=#E has produced quite impressive results in the mid-year examination, however, they also indicate that #N will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#H disappointing mid-year examination results seemed to indicate a lack of proper revision. Furthermore, #e will need to work on #SL1Sem1Topics, #SL1Sem1Topics, and #SL1Sem1Topics.
4=#H mid-year examination results seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #SL1Sem1Topics, #SL1Sem1Topics, and #SL1Sem1Topics need attention.
5=#H disappointing mid-year examination results seem to indicate a lack of preparation. In particular, #e will need to work on the #SL1Sem1Topics, and #SL1Sem1Topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator over the summer.
6=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper revision. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on the paper. A thorough revision is needed.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Needs to improve
1=Unfortunately, #e struggled with some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
2=In order to improve #h understanding, #N should really ask more questions in class.
3=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N will need to make sure #e keeps at tight focus on the task at hand, and seek help whenever necessary.
4=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N will need to make sure #e communicates with the teacher as well as seek help whenever necessary.
5=In order to improve, #e needs to realise that success in this subject is greatly dependent on a sufficient amount of practice on a myriad of questions and problems in order to gain proficiency.
6=In order to improve #h understanding, #N should really ask more questions in class. #E could also take advantage of the various opportunities for support available both in and out of the classroom.
7=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N needs to try and manage #h time more effectively both in school and at home.
8=In order to expand #h knowledge base, #N will need to keep a tighter focus on the task at hand, and ask questions to clarify #h understanding whenever necessary.
9=If #N is to raise #h standard, #e will need to work on completing the set work on time, and take responsibility for #h learning.
10=It would be nice to see #N participate more in class discussions.
11=In order to improve, #e needs to realise that a strong base is necessary for new skills and concepts to build upon. Furthermore, success in this subject is greatly dependent on a sufficient amount of practice on a myriad of questions and problems in order to gain proficiency.
12=#E should really take advantage of all the support available both in and outside the classroom, and seek help whenever necessary.
13=To improve, #N needs to #StrategiestoImprove, #StrategiestoImprove, and #StrategiestoImprove.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Opening
1=#N is a polite and pleasant student in class.
2=#N is a polite student in class.
3=#N is a keen and talented student of mathematics.
4=#N is a confident and talented student of mathematics.
5=#N is an enthusiastic mathematics student.
6=#N is a very talented student of mathematics.
COMMENTS: DP1 Sem1 Results
1=#E has produced some fine results this semester, finishing with an exceptionally good mid-year examination.
2=#E has produced quite impressive results in the mid-year examination, however, they also indicate that #N will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#H disappointing mid-year examination results seemed to indicate a lack of proper revision. Furthermore, #e will need to work on #SL1Sem1Topics, #SL1Sem1Topics, and #SL1Sem1Topics.
4=#H mid-year examination results seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #SL1Sem1Topics, #SL1Sem1Topics, and #SL1Sem1Topics need attention.
5=#H disappointing mid-year examination results seem to indicate a lack of preparation. In particular, #e will need to work on the #SL1Sem1Topics, and #SL1Sem1Topics, as well as the appropriate and thorough use of #h graphic display calculator over the summer.
6=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper revision. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on the paper. A thorough revision is needed.
COMMENTS: DP2 Folder
1=#N finishes all the set work, maintains an organised folder of work, and keeps #h notes complete.
2=#E maintains an excellent folder of work, showing evidence of the work #e is doing at home, as well as #h exceptional organisational skills.
3=Unfortunately, #e has not turned in any folder of work this semester, providing very little evidence of any work #e should be doing outside of class.
4=#E has turned in some good folders this year, showing evidence of the work #e is doing outside of class.
5=#E always completes all #h work, and produces very good folders of work.
COMMENTS: DP2 HL Sem1 Exams
1=#E continues to perform extremely well in all tests and examinations. #N is a joy to teach and if #e continues in this intensity, I am certain #h final results will do #h great credit.
2=#E has produced quite impressive results in the mid-year examination, however, they also indicate that #N will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#H mid-year examination results seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #HL2Sem1ExamTopics and #HL2Sem1ExamTopics need attention.
4=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper revision. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on the paper. A thorough revision is required as #e prepares for the Final IB exams in May.
5=#H semester examination results seem to indicate that #e will still have to acquire better preparation and revision skills. #E will also need to be more careful with #h arithmetic and to go over #h work habitually.
6=Although #e was not as successful with the #HL2Sem1topics unit test, #e worked hard and was able to overcome some of #h difficulties, as evidenced in #h semester examination results. These results also seem to indicate that #e will still have to acquire better preparation and revision skills, in particular for the #paper-number.
7=#E has found some of the more difficult topics this semester quite challenging, and struggled to maintain a consistent effort in the course. However, #e was able to overcome some of these difficulties as evidenced by #h semester examination results.
COMMENTS: DP2 HL Sem1 Understanding
1=#E has shown a firm understanding of the concepts covered this semester.
2=#E displays a general understanding of the concepts covered this semester.
3=Unfortunately, #e has had difficulty understanding the concepts taught this semester.
4=There were glimpses of stability in #h work ethic, although #N was unable to sustain this consistently throughout the year.
5=Unfortunately, #e struggled with some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
6=#E takes responsibility for #h learning and will ask questions whenever necessary.
COMMENTS: DP2 Maths_Attitude Sem 1
1=#E has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
2=#E will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time-period.
3=#E has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #e is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not so evident.
4=#E maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
5=#H attitude to learning new mathematical concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: DP2 Maths_diligence Sem 1
1=#E is a motivated student who will take the necessary measures to ensure #h understanding of the difficult concepts of the course. #E continues to be an active and participative member of the class, and contributes to class discussions.
2=#E is a mature student who will take the necessary measures to ensure that #e catches up with the work. #E is willing to contribute to class discussions, and seek help when given the opportunity.
3=This semester, #e has shown a consistent commitment to improving #h standard. #E takes full advantage of #h natural talents and has shown that #e can diligently build upon #h strong mathematical base.
4=#H consistent improvement and exceptional results are a testament to #h diligent work and considerable ability in the subject
COMMENTS: DP2 Maths_Ending Sem1
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved well-deserved results. An excellent performance, keep it up!
2=Well done, #N!
3=Keep it up, #N!
4=An excellent semester's work from a most capable and very organised student!
5=Congratulations and keep it up, #N!
6=For the rest of the year, #N will have to work hard both in and out of the classroom, making sure #e sticks to an effective revision strategy, seek help when experiencing difficulty and listen to instructions carefully as #e prepares for the IB examinations in May.
7=I am looking forward to working with #N as #e further raises #h standard and prepares for the IB exams in May. Best of luck, #N!
8=#N must now concentrate fully on the preparation required if #e is to do well in the IB examinations in May.
COMMENTS: DP2 Maths_need to improve
1=#N can however be a little distracting and I would like to see #N work on this during #time-period by focusing more on #h own work.
2=In order to improve, #N needs to work on improving #h understanding by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
3=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N needs to try and manage #h time more effectively both in school and at home.
4=In order to expand #h knowledge base, #N will need to keep a tighter focus on the task at hand, and ask questions to clarify #h understanding whenever necessary.
5=If #N is to raise #h standard, #e will need to work on completing the set work on time, and take responsibility for #h learning
6=It would be nice to see #N participate more in class discussions.
7=Not lacking in ability, #N needs to realise that a more committed and consistent approach is necessary for #m to approach #h full potential. #E also needs to realise that success in this subject is greatly dependent on a sufficient amount of practice on a myriad of questions and problems, in order to gain proficiency.
8=For the rest of the year, #e should focus on exam preparation, with a particular focus on being careful with #h work and going over #h answers habitually.
COMMENTS: DP2 Maths_opening Sem 1
1=#N has been moving from strength to strength in this course.
2=#N continued to work diligently through the course this year.
3=#N's progress this semester has been impressive.
4=#N continued to work exceptionally well in this course.
5=#N has made considerable progress in this course.
6=#N has continued to generally work well in this course.
7=#N has continued to work well in this course.
8=#N has made some progress in this course.
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem 2 Diligence
1=#E has worked with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
2=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
3=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
4=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
5=#E has worked extremely hard, showing interest and a desire to improve #h skills and knowledge.
6=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives of #h best.
7=#E worked well through the year, demonstrating determination and resilience when faced with some of the challenging tasks.
8=#E is a talented pupil who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication.
9=#E continued to demonstrate confidence in the classroom and a keen interest in the subject, all the while maintaining a pleasant a positive attitude through #h work.
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem 2 Farewell
1=It was a fantastic year working with #N, and I wish #m only the best in all #h future studies. Good luck, #N!
2=Congratulations on an excellent two years' work, #N and I wish you the best in all of your future studies!
3=Congratulations on an exceptional two years' work, #N and I wish you all the best in your future studies! It was a pleasure teaching you.
4=Congratulations on an exceptional two years' work, #N and I wish you the best in all of your future studies! It was a pleasure having you in the classroom.
5=It was a fantastic two years working with #N, and I wish #m only the best in all #h future studies. Good luck, #N!
6=It has been great working with #N and I wish #m only the best in all #h future studies. Good luck, #N!
7=Congratulations on a fine two years' work, #N and I wish you all the best in your future studies!
8=, and that #h results will do #m great credit. I only wish the best for #N in all #h future studies. Take care, #N!
9=I wish #m only the best in all #h future studies. Good luck, #N!
10=I wish #N only the best of luck in all #h future studies. Take care, #N!
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem 2 IA comment
1=#N showed a keen interest in #h investigation of
2=For #h internal assessment, #N explored the mathematics involved in
3=#N explored the mathematics involved in
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem 2 Opening
1=#N has worked well throughout this year.
2=#N's progress has been quite erratic.
3=#N has made considerable progress in this course.
4=#N has worked #diligence through this course, showing a mature attitude towards #h studies.
5=#N worked #diligence throughout the year, and has made some #level progress.
6=#N is a very capable student of mathematics, and has produced some fine results this semester.
7=#N continued to demonstrate a keen interest and a strong desire to improve #h standard.
8=#N's progress this year has been solid.
9=#N worked #diligence throughout the year, and achieved some #level results.
10=#N is a very capable and talented student of mathematics, and has produced some fine results this semester.
11=#N is a very capable and talented student of mathematics and has continued to work with success in this course.
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem 2 Results
1=#E produced #level results in the mock exam #paper-number.
2=#E has produced some #level results this semester. Well done!
3=In class, #e would often take the task on hand and work on it. #E would often contribute to class discussions, and would #frequency ask questions.
4=#E is a talented pupil who achieves success through hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
5=#E takes responsibility for #h learning and will ask questions whenever necessary. #N maintained a positive attitude to #h learning.
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem1 Exams
1=#E continues to perform extremely well in all tests and examinations. #N is a joy to teach and if #e continues in this intensity, I am certain #h final results will do #h great credit.
2=#E has produced quite impressive results in the mid-year examination, however, they also indicate that #N will need to work on time-management and being able to complete questions within a set time.
3=#H mid-year examination results seem to indicate that there are some areas that #e will need to work on. In particular, #h work on #SL2Topics and #SL2Topics need attention.
4=#N's disappointing examination results seem to indicate a lack of proper revision. In particular, #e had difficulty accessing most of the questions on the paper. A thorough revision is required as #e prepares for the Final IB exams in May.
5=#H semester examination results seem to indicate that #e will still have to acquire better preparation and revision skills. #E will also need to be more careful with #h arithmetic and to go over #h work habitually.
6=Although #e was not as successful with the #SL2Sem1topics unit test, #e worked hard and was able to overcome some of #h difficulties, as evidenced in #h semester examination results. These results also seem to indicate that #e will still have to acquire better preparation and revision skills, in particular for the #paper-number.
7=#E has found some of the more difficult topics this semester quite challenging, and struggled to maintain a consistent effort in the course. However, #e was able to overcome some of these difficulties as evidenced by #h semester examination results.
COMMENTS: DP2 Sem1 Understanding
1=and has shown a firm understanding for the subjects covered this semester.
2=and displays a general understanding for the subjects covered this semester.
3=but has had difficulty understanding the concepts taught this semester.
4=There were glimpses of stability in #h work ethic, although #N was unable to sustain this consistently throughout the year.
5=Unfortunately, #e struggled with some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
6=#E takes responsibility for #h learning and will ask questions whenever necessary.
COMMENTS: Folder of Work
1=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's folders of work were well organised, complete and neat. #E has fantastic organisational skills. This allows #m to be time efficient in planning and is able to structure the work appropriately.
2=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's folders of work were impressive, where #e showed #h working clearly. However, #e should endeavour to complete all the set work on time. #N should look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
3=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's folders of work have shown that #h organisational skills are #level but could be improved by completing all set work on time. #E also needs to make sure #e marks #h work as this gives #m a chance to learn from #h mistakes.
4=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's folders of work have shown that #h organisational skills are #level but could be improved by completing all set work on time.
5=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's folders of work have shown that #h organisational skills are #level. #E can further improve by making sure the folder is complete.
6=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's folders of work have provided evidence that #e has unsatisfactory organisation. This is affecting the work output that #e is producing. I would recommend this as an area for improvement.
COMMENTS: Folder of Work ONE
1=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work was well organised, complete and neat. #E has fantastic organisational skills. This allows #m to be time efficient in planning and is able to structure the work appropriately.
2=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work was an impressive one, where #e showed #h working clearly. However, #e should endeavour to complete all the set work on time. #N should look to improve #h organisation in order to become more efficient in #h work.
3=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work has shown that #h organisational skills are #level but could be improved by completing all set work on time. #E also needs to make sure #e marks #h work as this gives #m a chance to learn from #h mistakes.
4=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work has shown that #h organisational skills are #level but could be improved by completing all set work on time.
5=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work has shown that #h organisational skills are #level. #E can further improve by making sure the folder is complete.
6=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work has provided evidence that #e has unsatisfactory organisation. This is affecting the work output that #e is producing. I would recommend this as an area for improvement.
7=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. #N's first folder of work has shown that #h organisational skills are impressive but could be improved by showing all #h working clearly. #E also needs to make sure #e marks #h work as this gives #m a chance to learn from #h mistakes.
8=The students have been required to keep a folder of work for this course. This is marked for organisational and note-taking skills, clear communication and completion of the homework. Unfortunately, #N has not turned in #h first folder of work, leaving little evidence of any work done at home or outside of class. #E should really endeavour to comply with the course requirements, as well as adhere to given deadlines.
COMMENTS: IA progress
1=#N's first draft of the Internal Assessment report is due by 6th Sept 2016. The quality of the written feedback is dependent on both the quality of the draft and its timely presentation. It is highly advisable that students use the summer to make significant progress on their mathematics exploration.
COMMENTS: ISD_Final Level
1=Overall, #N has demonstrated very limited achievement against all objectives and has found difficulty in understanding the required knowledge and skills.
2=Overall, #N has demonstrated limited understanding of the required knowledge and skills. There was evidence of the ability to apply the required knowledge and skills in typical classroom situations, with some support.
3=Overall, #N has demonstrated a satisfactory general understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these effectively in typical situations. There was occasional evidence of the skills of analysis and evaluation, where appropriate.
4=Overall, #N has demonstrated a consistently good understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these in a variety of situations. There was regular evidence of analysis, and evaluation where appropriate. #E has demonstrated occasional originality and/or insight as appropriate.
5=Overall, #N has generally demonstrated a consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills as well as the ability to apply these in a wide variety of situations. There was consistent evidence of analysis and evaluation, where appropriate. #E has demonstrated frequent originality and/or insight as appropriate.
6=Overall, #N has a real aptitude for Mathematics at this level. #E has demonstrated a consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these routinely in a wide variety of situations. #E showed consistent evidence of analysis and evaluation of #h work, and there is frequent display of originality when attempting to solve problems. #N's work was of high quality on a regular basis.
COMMENTS: LM farewell
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and wish #m well for next year as #e starts as a Senior School student.
2=I wish #N all the best for #h first year in the Senior School.
3=I congratulate #N on graduating from the Middle School and look forward to working with #m next year in Kennedy House.
4=It has been a fantastic start to the year for #N and I am looking forward to working with #m over the next 3 years.
5=I am enjoying getting to know #N more personally and am looking forward to working with them achieve their goals.
6=I congratulate #N on a fantastic start to #h first Senior School year.
7=I wish #N all the best for the remainder of the year.
8=I have had a fantastic time with #N over the last few years and look forward to hearing of #h successes as they venture into the Senior School.
COMMENTS: LM Grades
1=#N's assessment results have also been outstanding and indicative of #h broad range of skills and knowledge across the curriculum.
2=#N's assessment results are very high, indicating a strong level of understanding and skills in all domains.
3=#N's assessment results are also excellent. #H continues to respond to teacher feedback when given, and demonstrates high levels of maturity and self-efficacy in #h learning approach.
4=#N was a little disappointed with #h grades this term and consequently did not get into the subjects so desired for #time. I encourage #N to use this as motivation to improve next year. The subject's will still be there in year 11.
5=#N's grades are indicative of where #e currently sits within the cohort.
COMMENTS: LM needs to improve
1=#N can however be a little distracting and I would like to see #N work on this during #time, by focusing more on #h own work.
2=#N is going to work on improving #h #classes results next term by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
3=#N is going to try and manage #h time more effectively both in Study and at home in order to improve #h grades.
COMMENTS: Maths - needs to improve
1=#N can however be a little distracting and I would like to see #N work on this during #time-period by focusing more on #h own work.
2=In order to improve, #N needs to work on improving #h understanding by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
3=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N needs to try and manage #h time more effectively both in school and at home.
4=A tighter focus on the task at hand is necessary if #N is to improve #h standard.
5=In order to expand #h knowledge base, #N will need to keep a tighter focus on the task at hand, and ask questions to clarify #h understanding whenever necessary.
6=If #N is to raise #h standard, #e will need to work on completing the set work on time, and take responsibility for #h learning
7=It would be nice to see #N participate more in class discussions.
COMMENTS: maths - Results
1=I am impressed with #N's maturity and self-efficacy as a learner and wish #m well for next year in #h final year of the DP programme.
2=I wish #N all the best for #h final year in the DP programme next year.
3=It has been a fantastic start to the course for #N and I am looking forward to the work #e will be producing as #e finishes the DP programme next year.
4=I look forward to watching #h further improve #h standard in #h final year of the IB next year!
COMMENTS: Maths_ability
1=#E is a student who makes full use of #h natural talents and abilities, and shows considerable insight with new concepts.
2=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
3=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
4=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
5=#E generally possesses a strong base of skills in mathematics, although there were some clear areas of difficulty during the #time-period.
6=#E generally performs at a good level, but there were a few topics that proved challenging for #m in the second semester.
COMMENTS: maths_attitude
1=#E works hard and makes interesting contributions to class discussions.
2=#E has worked with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
5=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
6=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
7=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
8=After an impressive start to the year, #N somehow found some of the topics challenging.
9=#E has worked extremely hard, showing interest and a desire to improve #h skills and knowledge.
10=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives of #h best.
11=After a slow start to the year, #N showed considerable improvement in both work and attitude.
12=After a pleasing start to the year, #N manifested a marked decline in work and attitude.
13=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level.
14=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
15=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
COMMENTS: maths_attitude_end of year
1=#E works hard and makes interesting contributions to class discussions.
2=#E has worked with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
5=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
6=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
7=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
8=After an impressive start to the year, #N somehow found some of the topics challenging.
9=#E has worked extremely hard, showing interest and a desire to improve #h skills and knowledge.
10=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives #h best.
11=After a slow start to the year, #N showed considerable improvement in both work and attitude.
12=After a pleasing start to the year, #N manifested a marked decline in work and attitude.
13=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level.
14=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
15=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
COMMENTS: maths_attitude_mid year
1=#E works hard and makes interesting contributions to class discussions.
2=#E works with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
5=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
6=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
7=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives of #h best.
8=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level.
9=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
10=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
11=#E does not hesitate to ask questions whenever necessary, and is always eager to make interesting contributions to discussions.
12=#E is a mature student who takes responsibility for #h learning and asks questions whenever necessary. #E is also always willing to answer questions and volunteers to help #h peers understand some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
13=#E is a mature student who takes responsibility for #h learning and asks questions whenever necessary.
COMMENTS: Maths_Description of Ability
1=#E is a student who makes full use of #h natural talents and abilities, and shows considerable insight with new concepts.
2=#E generally performs at a good level, but there were a few topics that proved challenging for #m in the second semester.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
5=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
6=#E generally possesses a strong base of skills in mathematics, although there were some clear areas of difficulty during the #time-period.
7=#E has a good grasp of the basic concepts and is able to build upon that base.
8=Unfortunately, #e struggled with some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
COMMENTS: maths_Effort
1=#N is to be commended for the effort #e applied this year.
2=#N needs to apply #s more to fully achieve #h potential.
3=#N has applied #s this year but could do with extra tutoring to further #h understanding.
4=Nevertheless, #N's attitude towards #h studies was positive and #e continued to strive to do better.
COMMENTS: Maths_Ending
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved well-deserved results. An excellent performance, keep it up!
2=I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
3=Well done, #N!
4=Keep it up, #N!
COMMENTS: maths_final
1=#N is to be commended for the effort #e applied this year.
2=#N needs to apply #s more to fully achieve #h potential.
3=#N has applied #s this year but could do with extra tutoring to further #h understanding.
4=Nevertheless, #N's attitude towards #h studies was positive and #e continued to strive to do better.
COMMENTS: Maths_homework
1=#E applies #s well both in and out of class, completing all set work in a timely fashion.
2=#E completes #h homework to a high level and applies #s in class.
3=#E needs to work harder at completing set work, including homework, on time.
4=#E focuses well on the task at hand and takes care to produce quality work.
5=Unfortunately, #N turned in #folder-number of work throughout the #time-period, showing very little evidence of work that is completed or done at home.
6=#E completes all the set work on time, takes the initiative when #e needs assistance, and always comes prepared for #h classes.
7=#E comes to class prepared, completes all the set work on time, and maintains a pleasing focus in class at all times.
COMMENTS: Maths_homework_End of year
1=#E applies #s well both in and out of class, completing all set work in a timely fashion.
2=#E completes #h homework to a high level and applies #s in class.
3=#E needs to work harder at completing set work, including homework, on time.
4=#E focuses well on the task at hand and takes care to produce quality work.
5=Unfortunately, #N turned in #folder-number of work throughout the whole year, showing very little evidence of work that is completed or done at home.
6=#E completed all the set work on time, took the initiative when #e needed assistance, and always prepared for #h classes.
7=#E came to class prepared, completed all the set work on time, and maintained a pleasing focus in class at all times.
8=#E will need to work on completing the set work on time and on submitting #h folder in a timely fashion.
COMMENTS: maths_improvement
1=After a slow start to the year adjusting to the demands of the course at this level, #e made a very impressive turn-around. #E showed extraordinary improvement, delivering some fine results in the #Time-period.
2=Nevertheless, #N produced a consistent, committed effort to the course. It is this kind of dedication which will serve as a great asset for #h studies in the long run.
3=After a mediocre start to the year, #e made an impressive turn-around, producing quality results in the second semester.
COMMENTS: Maths_needs to improve effort
1=#E is a student who makes well use of #h natural talents and abilities, and shows considerable insight with new concepts.
2=#E generally performs at a good level, but there were a few topics that proved challenging for #h in the #time-period.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
5=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
6=#E generally possesses a strong base of skills in mathematics, although there were some clear areas of difficulty during the #time-period.
7=Unfortunately, #e struggled with some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
8=In order to improve #h understanding, #N should really ask more questions in class.
9=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N will need to make sure #e keeps at tight focus on the task at hand, and seek help whenever necessary.
10=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N will need to make sure #e communicates with the teacher as well as seek help whenever necessary.
COMMENTS: maths_opening
1=#N has worked well this year
2=#N has generally worked well this year but needs to focus better in class.
3=#N's progress has been quite erratic.
4=#N has made considerable progress in this course.
5=#N has worked #diligence through this course, showing a mature attitude towards #h studies
6=#N worked steadily throughout the year, and has achieved some good progress.
7=#N is a very capable student of mathematics, and has produced some fine results this semester.
8=#N continued to demonstrate a keen interest and a strong desire to improve #h standard.
COMMENTS: maths_understanding
1=and has shown a firm understanding for the subjects covered this semester.
2=and displays a general understanding for the subjects covered this semester.
3=but has had difficulty understanding the concepts taught this semester.
4=There were glimpses of stability in #h work ethic, although #N was unable to sustain this consistently throughout the year.
5=Unfortunately, #e struggled with some of the more difficult concepts of the course.
6=#E takes responsibility for #h learning and will ask questions whenever necessary.
COMMENTS: maths_vectors_test
1=#N produced #level results in the summative assessment on Vectors.
COMMENTS: maths_work ethic
1=#E continued to demonstrate a keen interest and a strong desire to improve #h standard.
2=#E would consistently contribute in class discussions and kept a pleasing focus on the work.
3=#E is dedicated and conscientious, striving to do the best #e can, always with the desire to improve #h standard.
4=In class, #e would often take the task on hand and work on it. #E would often contribute to class discussions, and would sometimes ask questions.
5=#E would take responsibility for #h understanding and would seek help when needed.
COMMENTS: math_farewell
1=I wish #m only the best in all #h future studies. Good luck, #N!
2=It was a fantastic year working with #N, and I wish #m only the best in all #h future studies. Good luck, #N!
3=Congratulations on an excellent two years' work, #N and I wish you the best in all of your future studies!
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Mathematics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Methods course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 area of improvement
1=In order to improve I would recommend that #N has a more structured workbook. This will allow for better time management and give direction to some the harder calculations they need to follow.
2=In order to improve, #N should use #h time more effectively when revising. This will give #m a little more direction when time is important.
3=#E could also seek more feedback from the teacher.
4=In order to improve, I would recommend that #N seeks the finer points of the course. This may mean that extra questions will need to be asked. #E should really take advantage of the various opportunities that are available for support, both in and out of the classroom.
5=In order to improve, #N needs to work on the mathematical solving component of the course. This includes solving for unknown variables as well as the correct use of the calculators.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 Attitude to Learning
1=In order for #N to improve, #h attitude to learning will need to improve. This could be achieved through increased awareness of expectations.
2=#N will need to improve #h attitude to learning in the following #Time.
3=#N has an inconsistent attitude to learning. Some days #h is very focused and responsible for #h learning, but other days this is not evident.
4=#N has a positive attitude to #h learning. This is evident through #h questioning, #h response to teacher feedback and through a diligent approach to the work set.
5=#N maintains a hardworking attitude both in and out of the classroom.
6=#H attitude to learning about physics concepts is positive and #e has developed a fair understanding of them.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 concluding statement
1=I wish #N all the best for next year, and look forward to hearing about #h progress.
2=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
3=#E is wonderful to have in class and I wish #m all the best in the next two terms.
4=It has been a pleasure teaching #N so far this year and I wish #m all the best for #h future studies.
5=I look forward to working with #N over the next two terms.
6=Unfortunately, #N found the more difficult concepts of the course quite challenging.
COMMENTS: Methods 3/4 intro
1=#N has had a mixed start to the year.
2=#N has been a positive contributor to the Mathematics classroom but would probably be a little disappointed with the grades #e has attained.
3=#N has received mixed marks throughout #Time.
4=#N has had a consistent start to the year.
5=#N has had a tough #Time in the Methods course.
6=#N's scores have fluctuated throughout the course of #Time.
7=#N has demonstrated that #e is capable of achieving some good results in this course.
8=#N has been an outstanding student for #Time.
9=#N has had a consistent year; however I'm sure that #e would like to see some improvement in #h test scores next year.
COMMENTS: MYP - needs to improve Sem 1
1=#N can sometimes be a little distracting and I would like to see #m work on this during #time-period by focusing more on #h own work.
2=In order to improve, #N needs to work on improving #h understanding by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
3=In order to expand #h knowledge, #N needs to try and manage #h time more effectively both in school and at home.
4=A tighter focus on the task at hand is necessary if #N is to improve #h standard.
5=In order to expand #h knowledge base, #N will need to keep a tighter focus on the task at hand, and ask questions to clarify #h understanding whenever necessary.
6=If #N is to raise #h standard, #e will need to work on completing the set work on time, and take responsibility for #h learning
7=It would be nice to see #N participate more in class discussions.
8=#E generally performs at a good level, but there were a few topics that proved challenging for #m in the #time-period.
9=#N must try harder to manage #h time more effectively at home in order to improve #h standard.
10=A far more serious approach will be required if #N is to approach #h potential.
11=Consistent effort will be required to produce the success #e is capable of.
12=A tighter focus on the task at hand is required, accompanied by a reduction in idle chatter.
13=To improve, #N will need to work very hard both in and out of class, listening carefully to all instructions and seek assistance when experiencing difficulty.
14=There were glimpses of stability in #h work ethic, although #N was unable to sustain this consistently throughout the year. A far more serious and consistent approach is necessary if #e is to approach #h potential.
15=Unfortunately, #N found some of the topics at this level challenging. #E is now currently working at the standard level, which is more suitable. This will allow #m to focus and strengthen #h basic skills in order to be successful.
COMMENTS: MYP Criterion A
1=#N has demonstrated that #e is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving simple problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
2=#N has demonstrated that #e is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
3=#N has demonstrated that #e is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
4=#N has demonstrated that #e is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
COMMENTS: MYP Criterion A Sem 1
1=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving simple problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
2=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
3=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
4=#N is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
COMMENTS: MYP Criterion B
1=Furthermore, #e is able to apply, with teacher support, mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover simple patterns and state predictions consistent with patterns.
2=Furthermore, #e is able to apply mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover simple patterns as well as suggest general rules consistent with findings.
3=Furthermore, #e is able to select and apply mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover complex patterns, describe patterns as general rules consistent with findings as well as verify the validity of these general rules.
4=Furthermore, #e is able to select and apply mathematical problem-solving techniques to discover complex patterns, describe patterns as general rules consistent with correct findings as well as verify and justify these general rules.
COMMENTS: MYP Level Sem 1
1=#H performance in the #extstd level assessments clearly indicates that
COMMENTS: MYP Maths_Ability
1=#N has an excellent understanding of new material presented in lessons, and shows considerable insight. #E demonstrates a keen interest to do well in this course.
2=#N possesses a #level grasp of the basic mathematical skills and #diligence builds upon that base.
COMMENTS: MYP Maths_opening
1=#N has worked well this year.
2=#N has generally worked well this year but needs to focus better in class.
3=#N has made considerable progress in this course.
4=#N has worked #diligence through this course, showing a mature attitude towards #h studies.
5=#N's progress in this course has been steady and consistent.
6=#N's progress has been quite impressive this year.
7=#N worked steadily throughout the year, and has achieved some good progress.
8=#N is a very capable student of mathematics, and has produced some fine results this semester.
9=#N continued to demonstrate a keen interest and a strong desire to improve #h standard.
10=#N's progress this year has been quite erratic.
COMMENTS: MYP Maths_opening Sem1
1=#N is a polite and pleasant student in class.
2=#N is a polite student in class.
3=#N is a keen and talented student of mathematics.
4=#N is a confident and talented student of mathematics.
5=#N is an enthusiastic mathematics student.
6=#N is a very talented student of mathematics.
7=#N is a confident student in class.
8=#N is a keen student of mathematics.
COMMENTS: MYP Maths_opening Sem2
1=#N has worked well this year.
2=#N has generally worked well this year but needs to focus better in class.
3=#N has made considerable progress in this course.
4=#N has worked #diligence through this course, showing a mature attitude towards #h studies.
5=#N's progress in this course has been steady and consistent.
6=#N's progress has been quite impressive this year.
7=#N worked steadily throughout the year, and has achieved some good progress.
8=#N is a very capable student of mathematics, and has produced some fine results this semester.
9=#N continued to demonstrate a keen interest and a strong desire to improve #h standard.
10=#N's progress this year has been quite erratic.
COMMENTS: MYP needs to improve effort
1=#N needs to work on improving #h standards next year by concentrating more and using #h time effectively.
2=#N must try harder to manage #h time more effectively both in school and at home in order to improve #h standard.
3=A far more serious approach will be required if #N is to approach #h potential.
4=Consistent effort will be required to produce the success #e is capable of.
5=A tighter focus on the task at hand is required, accompanied by a reduction in idle chatter.
6=To improve, #N will need to work very hard both in and out of class, listening carefully to all instructions and seek assistance when experiencing difficulty.
7=There were glimpses of stability in #h work ethic, although #N was unable to sustain this consistently throughout the year. A far more serious and consistent approach is necessary if #e is to approach #h potential.
COMMENTS: MYP Official
1=Overall, #N produces work of limited quality. #E expresses misunderstandings or significant gaps in understanding for many concepts and contexts. #N infrequently demonstrates critical or creative thinking and generally needs to be more flexible in the use of #h knowledge and skills, as #h has infrequently applied #h knowledge and skills.
2=Overall, #N produces work of an acceptable quality. #E communicates basic understanding of many concepts and contexts, with occasionally significant misunderstandings or gaps. #N begins to demonstrate some basic critical and creative thinking and needs to be more flexible in the use of #h knowledge and skills, as #h has required support even in familiar classroom situations.
3=Overall, #N produces good-quality work. #E communicates basic understanding of most concepts and contexts with few misunderstandings and minor gaps. #N often demonstrates basic critical and creative thinking and uses #h knowledge and skills with some flexibility in familiar classroom situations, but requires support in unfamiliar situations.
4=Overall, #N produces generally high-quality work. #E communicates secure understanding of concepts and contexts. #N demonstrates critical and creative thinking, sometimes with sophistication and uses #h knowledge and skills in familiar classroom and real-world situations and, with support, some unfamiliar real-world situations.
5=Overall, #N produces high-quality, occasionally innovative work. #E communicates extensive understanding of concepts and contexts. #N demonstrates critical and creative thinking, frequently with sophistication and uses #h knowledge and skills in familiar and unfamiliar classroom and real-world situations, often with independence.
6=Overall, #N produces high-quality, frequently innovative work. #E communicates comprehensive, nuanced understanding of concepts and contexts. #N consistently demonstrates sophisticated critical and creative thinking and frequently transfers #h knowledge and skills with independence and expertise in a variety of complex classroom and real-world situations.
COMMENTS: MYP_ Closing statement Sem 1
1=#E works hard and makes interesting contributions to class discussions.
2=#E has worked with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
5=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
6=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
7=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
8=After an impressive start to the year, #N somehow found some of the topics challenging.
9=#E has worked extremely hard, showing interest and a desire to improve #h skills and knowledge.
10=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives of #h best.
11=After a slow start to the year, #N showed considerable improvement in both work and attitude.
12=After a pleasing start to the year, #N manifested a marked decline in work and attitude.
13=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level.
14=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
15=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
16=I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
COMMENTS: MYP_ Closing statement Sem 2
1=#N is to be commended for the effort #e applied this year.
2=#N needs to apply #s more to fully achieve #h potential.
3=#N has applied #s this year but could do with extra revision over the summer to further #h understanding and ensure the best start in grade 10.
4=#N's attitude towards #h studies was positive and #e continued to strive to do better.
5=#N has a satisfactory mathematical foundation to be successful in the extended course next year, though #e should be prepared to maintain a high level of dedication to #h studies as the concepts will increase in complexity.
COMMENTS: MYP_Closing statement
1=#E works hard and makes interesting contributions to class discussions.
2=#E has worked with a lively interest, producing a pleasing semester's work.
3=#E is a talented student of mathematics who makes full use of #h natural abilities.
4=#E is a talented student who achieves success through #h hard work and dedication. #H work is always well planned.
5=#E always works well in class and contributes whenever #e can. #E is a pleasure to have in class.
6=#E is a most diligent student who takes full advantage of #h considerable ability.
7=#E has a sound grasp of the basic concepts and builds diligently upon that base.
8=After an impressive start to the year, #N somehow found some of the topics challenging.
9=#E has worked extremely hard, showing interest and a desire to improve #h skills and knowledge.
10=#E has not always found the work easy but #e is a very conscientious student who always gives of #h best.
11=After a slow start to the year, #N showed considerable improvement in both work and attitude.
12=After a pleasing start to the year, #N manifested a marked decline in work and attitude.
13=Although #e is capable of good work #e is not producing the consistent level required for success at this level.
14=#E does not seem to have a hunger for success.
15=#E shows little desire or willingness to take part in class.
16=Nevertheless, #N showed a consistent effort throughout the year.
17=I look forward to seeing #N further approach #h potential in the next semester.
COMMENTS: MYP_Criterion A
1=#E is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving simple problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
2=#E is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving complex problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
3=#E is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in familiar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
4=#E is able to select appropriate mathematics when solving challenging problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations, apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving these problems, and generally solves them correctly.
COMMENTS: MYP_extended
1=#N has completed this course at the extended level.
2=#N is currently working at the extended level.
3=#N is currently working at the standard level.
COMMENTS: MYP_farewell
1=I wish #m only the best in #future. Good luck, #N!
2=It was a fantastic year working with #N, and I wish #m only the best in #future. Good luck, #N!
3=Congratulations on an excellent years' work, #N and I wish you the best in #future.
4=Well done, #N!
5=I wish #N all the best for next year, and look forward to hearing about #h progress.
6=It has been a pleasure teaching #N this year and I wish #m all the best for #future.
7=#E is wonderful to have in class and I wish #m all the best in #future.
COMMENTS: MYP_Final Level
1=Overall, #N has demonstrated very limited achievement against all objectives and has found difficulty in understanding the required knowledge and skills.
2=Overall, #N has demonstrated limited achievement against all objectives and has a limited understanding of the required knowledge and skills. There was evidence of the ability to apply the required knowledge and skills fully in typical classroom situations, only with support.
3=Overall, #N has demonstrated a satisfactory general understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these effectively in typical situations. There was occasional evidence of the skills of analysis, synthesis and evaluation, where appropriate.
4=Overall, #N has demonstrated a consistently good understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these in a variety of situations. There was regular evidence of analysis, and evaluation where appropriate. #E has demonstrated occasional originality and/or insight as appropriate.
5=Overall, #N has demonstrated a consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills as well as the ability to apply these in a wide variety of situations. There was consistent evidence of analysis and evaluation, where appropriate. #E has demonstrated frequent originality and/or insight as appropriate.
6=Overall, #N has a real aptitude for Mathematics at this level, and showed considerable insight with new concepts. #E has demonstrated a consistent and thorough understanding of the required knowledge and skills, as well as the ability to apply these routinely in a wide variety of situations. #E showed consistent evidence of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of #h work, and there is frequent display of originality and/or insight as appropriate. #N's work was of high quality on a regular b
COMMENTS: MYP_Task work
1=#E has shown #Level skills in tasks which require #m to #MathsCriteria. In particular, #N should be proud of #h work on the #MYPTasks task.
2=#E has shown #Level skills in tasks which require #m to #MathsCriteria. In particular, #N will need to work on this if #e is to approach #h true potential next year.
COMMENTS: Sample intro sentences
1=#N is an outstanding student who has worked very hard throughout the #Time-period and I expect #m to do well in #h exams next year.
2=#N has had a mixed #Time-period but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late.
3=After a difficult start #N has done some excellent work and is now back on target. A very pleasing #Time-period. Well done #N!
4=#N is a friendly and hard-working member of the class and has put in a steady performance throughout the #Time-period.
5=Overall #N has worked very well but there are a few issues with #h time-keeping and homework that #e needs to address.
6=We have been working on the Environmental Issues module throughout the #Time-period. #N seems to enjoy this topic and has made very pleasing progress.
COMMENTS: Sample 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.
LIST: Diligence
1=diligently
2=hard
3=conscientiously
4=steadily
5=consistently
LIST: extstd
1=extended
2=standard
LIST: folder-number
1=only one folder
2=only two folders
3=only a few folders
LIST: Frequency
1=often
2=occasionally
3=frequently
4=sometimes
5=consistently
LIST: future
1=#h future studies
2=Extended Maths next year
3=Grade 10 next year
LIST: HL1-Topics
1=Differential Calculus
2=Trigonometry and Circular Functions
3=Functions
4=Integral Calculus
5=Patterns and Sequences
6=Proof by Mathematical Induction
LIST: HL1Sem1Topics
1=Differentiation
2=Implicit Differentiation
3=Logarithms
4=Related Rates
5=Exponential Functions
6=Functions and Inequalities
7=Inverse Functions
8=Integration
9=Kinematics
10=Functions
LIST: HL2Sem1Examtopics
1=Trigonometric Problem Solving
2=Vectors
3=Factor Theorem
4=Sum and Product of Roots
5=Calculus and Kinematics
6=Binomial Distributions
7=Functions
8=Poisson Distribution
9=Probability Distributions
10=Calculus and its applications
LIST: HL2Sem1Topics
1=Vectors
2=Statistics and Probability
3=Probability Distributions
LIST: HL2Sem2Topics
1=Vectors
2=Statistics and Probability
3=Probability Distributions
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for homework
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=do more project research on the internet
5=develop #h computer skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: Level
1=excellent
2=impressive
3=commendable
4=amazing
5=fantastic
6=very good
7=good
8=fine
9=disappointing
10=poor
11=sound
12=satisfactory
13=strong
14=insufficient
15=limited
LIST: LevelBuilds
1=diligently builds
2=conscientiously builds
3=steadily builds
4=attempts to build
5=successfully builds
LIST: MathsCriteria
1=recognise patterns, find a rule, and explain why it works
2=communicate clearly and explain logically
3=apply mathematics in real-life
LIST: MathsProgress
1=strong and impressive
2=strong
3=erratic
4=somewhat erratic
5=steady
6=quite steady
7=somewhat disappointing
8=quite impressive
9=highly impressive
10=somewhat inconsistent
LIST: MathsTasks
1=recognise patterns, find a rule, and explain why it works.
2=communicate clearly and explain logically.
3=apply mathematics in the real-life.
LIST: MYPTasks
1=Treasure Hunt
2=Spiral of Theodorus Investigation
3=L-Shape Pattern-Finding
4=Triangle Sides Investigation
5=Liftoff
6=Decimals Pattern-Finding
LIST: paper-number
1=paper 1
2=paper 2
3=first
4=second
LIST: SampleRatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=an average
4=a disappointing
5=a poor
LIST: SL1-Topics
1=Differentiation
2=Logarithms
3=Functions
4=Quadratics
5=Exponential Functions
6=Integration
7=Composite Functions
8=Volumes of Revolution
9=Transformation of Functions
10=Inverse Functions
11=Kinematics
12=Trigonometry
13=Transformation of Circular Functions
14=Modelling with Trigonometric Functions
15=Rational Functions
LIST: SL1Sem1Test
1=Functions
2=Exponents and Logarithms
3=Differential Calculus
LIST: SL1Sem1Topics
1=Differentiation
2=Logarithms
3=Functions
4=Quadratics
5=Exponential Functions
6=Rational Functions
7=Inverse Functions
8=Composite Functions
9=Transformation of Functions
10=Equations of Tangents and Normals
LIST: SL2Sem1topics
1=Trigonometry and Calculus
2=Vectors
3=Sequences and Series
4=All of Calculus
LIST: SL2topics
1=Trigonometry and Calculus
2=Vectors
3=Sequences and Series
4=Differential Calculus
5=Integral Calculus
6=Modelling Trigonometric Graphs
7=Kinematics
LIST: some
1=a few
2=some
3=many
4=most
LIST: StrategiestoImprove
1=have a more consistent approach to the subject
2=adopt a tighter focus on the task at hand
3=avoid idle chatter
4=make sure to practice what #e has learned in class
5=ask more questions
6=seek help whenever necessary
7=not leave everything to the last moment
8=take advantage of the available support outside of class
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=semester
3=first semester
4=second semester
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