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COMMENTS: A MYP3
1=#N has achieved a solid understanding of the concepts and techniques covered in mathematics.
2=#N has achieved various successes with demonstrating #h understanding of the mathematics covered.
3=#N has shown a steady improvement in acquiring and applying new knowledge and understanding of the material covered in mathematics.
4=#N has successfully shown #h endeavour to master the material by demonstrating a complete understanding of the concepts and techniques covered.
5=#E was able to select the appropriate mathematics when solving multi-step problems in familiar situations and was at times successful in applying the process correctly.
6=#E was able to select and apply appropriate mathematics when solving multi-step problems in familiar situations, and at times arriving at the correct solution.
7=#E was able to select and apply the appropriate mathematics successfully when solving multi-step problems in familiar situations as well as arrive at the correct solution.
8=#E was able to select the appropriate mathematics when solving challenging multi-step problems in familiar situations, and at times was able to apply the mathematics successfully.
9=#E was able to successfully solve the challenging multi-step problems in familiar situations.
10=#E was able to solve challenging multi-step problems in familiar situations as well as select and apply appropriate mathematics when solving them in unfamiliar situations.
11=#E was able to consistently solve the most challenging multi-step problems in all situations.
COMMENTS: B MYP3
1=#N has demonstrated consistent results in determining relationships when investigating mathematical patterns.
2=#N has demonstrated a steady improvement in determining relationships when investigating mathematical patterns.
3=#N has consistently demonstrated success in determining relationships when investigating mathematical patterns.
4=#E applied mathematical techniques to discover simple patterns, but was not always successful when suggesting general rules that described the patterns found.
5=#E applied mathematical techniques to discover simple patterns and suggested general rules that describe the patterns found.
6=#E selected and applied mathematical techniques to discover complex patterns and described those patterns as general mathematical rules.
7=#E selected and applied mathematical techniques to discover complex patterns, described them with general rules and verified their validity by testing the rule with additional examples.
8=#E selected and applied mathematical techniques to discover patterns, described the patterns as general rules and verified the validity of those rules with additional examples.
COMMENTS: C MYP3
1=#N is in the process of developing #h communication skills in mathematics.
2=#N has shown a steady improvement in communicating #h mathematics.
3=#N has consistently demonstrated good communication of #h mathematics.
4=#N has consistently demonstrated excellent communication of #h mathematics.
5=#E uses some appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though #h explanations of multi-step processes are not always crystal clear, the mathematics used can be understood.
6=#E uses some appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though #h explanations of multi-step processes are not always crystal clear, the mathematics used can be understood, while the work is sufficiently organised.
7=#E uses use appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though #h explanations of multi-step processes are not always complete, the communication is clear and organised.
8=#E uses appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though #h explanations of multi-step processes are not always complete, the communication is clear and organised, while the mathematics is easily followed.
9=#E consistently uses appropriate terms and correct representations, while explanations of multi-step processes are clear, complete, coherent and logically organised.
10=#E consistently uses appropriate terms and correct representations, while explanations of multi-step processes are clear, complete, coherent, and logically organised.
COMMENTS: Criterion A
1=#N has worked diligently to understand and apply the material covered, resulting in a solid foundation of knowledge.
2=#N has achieved various successes with demonstrating #h understanding and knowledge of the material covered in mathematics.
3=#N has shown a steady improvement in acquiring and applying new knowledge and understanding of the material covered in math class.
4=#N has consistently shown #h successful endeavour to master the material covered by demonstrating full mastery of the material covered in mathematics.
5=#E is able to select the appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations, but is not always successful in applying the process.
6=#E is able to select and apply appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations, but #e does not always arrive at the correct solution due to simple computation errors.
7=#E is able to select and apply the appropriate mathematics successfully when solving more complex problems in familiar situations as well as arrive at the correct solution.
8=#E is able to select the appropriate mathematics when solving more challenging problems in familiar situations, but #e is not always able to apply the mathematics successfully.
9=#E is able to select and apply the appropriate mathematics successfully when solving more challenging problems in familiar situations, but #e does not always arrive at the correct solution due to computational errors.
10=#E is able to successfully solve the most challenging problems in familiar situations, but #e is not always able to select the appropriate mathematics when attempting problems in unfamiliar situations.
11=#E is able to solve the most challenging problems in familiar situations as well as select and apply the appropriate mathematics when solving the most challenging problems in unfamiliar situations.
12=#E is able to solve successfully the most challenging problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations.
COMMENTS: Criterion B
1=#N has demonstrated consistent results in determining relationships when investigating mathematical patterns.
2=#N has demonstrated a steady improvement in determining relationships when investigating mathematical patterns.
3=#N has demonstrated outstanding success in determining relationships when investigating mathematical patterns.
4=#E applied mathematical techniques to discover simple patterns, but was not always successful when suggesting general rules that described the patterns found.
5=#E applied mathematical techniques to discover simple patterns and suggested general rules that describe the patterns found.
6=#E selected and applied mathematical techniques to discover more complex patterns and described those patterns as general mathematical rules.
7=#E selected and applied mathematical techniques to discover more complex patterns, described them with general rules and verified their validity by testing the rule with additional examples.
8=#E selected and applied mathematical techniques to discover complex patterns, described the patterns as general rules and verified the validity of those rules with additional examples.
COMMENTS: Criterion C
1=#N is still developing #h communication skills.
2=#N has shown a steady improvement in communicating #h mathematics.
3=#N has consistently demonstrated excellent communication of #h mathematics.
4=#N has consistently demonstrated good communication of #h mathematics.
5=#E does use some appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though explanations of the mathematical processes are not always clear, the mathematics used is easily followed.
6=#E does use some appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though explanations are not always clear, the mathematics used is able to be understood, while the work is sufficiently organised.
7=#E does use appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though explanations are not always complete, the mathematics used is clear and able to be understood.
8=#E does use appropriate terms and correct representations, and even though explanations are not always complete, the communication is clear and organised, while the mathematics used is easily followed.
9=#E consistently uses appropriate terms and correct representations, while explanations of the extended processes are complete and coherent, and work is always organised.
10=#E consistently uses appropriate terms and correct representations, explanations of the extended processes are complete and coherent, work is organised logically and all steps are connected.
COMMENTS: Criterion D
1=#N has maintained consistent results in applying mathematics to real-life situations.
2=#N has shown improvement in applying mathematics to real-life situations.
3=On the final task, #e was able to identify and select adequate strategies to model the problem.
4=On the final task, #e was able to identify the relevant parts of the problem, select some adequate strategies to model it, and apply those strategies to reach a solution.
5=On the final task, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select adequate strategies to model the situation and apply the strategies to reach a valid solution. #N still needs to describe the degree of accuracy and discuss whether the solution makes sense in the context of the real-life situation.
6=On the final task, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select adequate strategies to model the problem, apply the strategies to reach a valid solution and describe the degree of accuracy and whether the solution makes sense in the context of the real-life situation.
7=On the final task, #e was able to identify the relevant parts of the problem, select adequate strategies to it, and apply the strategies to reach a correct solution. In addition, #N explained both the degree of accuracy and whether the solution made sense in the context of the real-life situation.
COMMENTS: D MYP3
1=#N has exhibited consistent results when applying mathematics to real-life situations.
2=#N has shown improvement when applying mathematics to real-life situations.
3=#N has exhibited consistently outstanding results when applying mathematics to real-life situations.
4=On the final task involving line of best fit, #e was able to identify the relevant elements of the situation and select some adequate strategies to model the line, but was not able to construct an accurate line from the scatterplot.
5=On the final task involving line of best fit, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select some adequate strategies to model the line, and apply those strategies to construct an accurate line from the scatterplot.
6=On the final task involving line of best fit, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select adequate strategies to model the line, apply the strategies to construct an accurate line from the scatterplot.
7=On the final task involving line of best fit, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select adequate strategies to model the line, apply the strategies to determine an equation of the line, and describe the degree of accuracy.
8=On the final task involving line of best fit, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select adequate strategies to model the line, and apply the strategies to reach a correct equation. In addition, #N also described the degree of accuracy of #h equation and discussed whether the solution made sense in the context of ice cream sales and temperature.
9=On the final task involving line of best fit, #e was able to identify the relevant elements, select adequate strategies to model the line, and apply the strategies to determine a correct equation. In addition, #N was able to explain the degree of accuracy used and discuss whether the solution made sense in the context of ice cream sales and temperature.
COMMENTS: DP
1=#N has demonstrated a thorough knowledge and understanding of the topics covered.
2=#N has demonstrated a broad knowledge and understanding of the topics covered.
3=#N has demonstrated a good knowledge and understanding of the topics covered.
4=#N has demonstrated a satisfactory knowledge and understanding of the topics covered.
5=#N had demonstrated partial knowledge of the syllabus.
COMMENTS: DP 1
1=#E has successfully applied mathematical principles at a sophisticated level in a wide variety of contexts and is able to use problem-solving techniques in challenging situations.
2=#E has successfully applied mathematical principles in a variety of contexts and is able to use problem-solving techniques in challenging situations.
3=#E has successfully applied mathematical principles in performing routine tasks as well as successfully carried out mathematical processes in a variety of contexts.
4=#E has applied mathematical principles in performing some routine tasks and has successfully carried out mathematical processes in straightforward contexts.
5=#E has limited understanding of mathematical principles in performing some routine tasks and attempts to carry out mathematical processes in straightforward contexts.
COMMENTS: DP2
1=#N can recognize patterns and structures and make generalizations and justifies conclusions based upon those patterns.
2=#N can recognize patterns and structures and makes some generalizations based upon those patterns.
3=#N can recognizes patterns and structures.
4=#N shows some ability to recognize patterns and structures.
COMMENTS: DP3
1=#E communicates mathematics in a clear, effective and concise manner, using correct techniques, notation and terminology.
2=#E communicates mathematics in a clear and effective manner, using correct techniques, notation and terminology.
3=#E communicates mathematics effectively using suitable notation and terminology.
4=#E communicates mathematics adequately, using some appropriate techniques, notation and terminology.
5=#E communicates some mathematics, using appropriate techniques, notation or terminology.
COMMENTS: DP4
1=#E uses technology proficiently.
2=#E uses technology proficiently.
3=#E uses technology appropriately.
4=#E uses technology satisfactorily.
5=#E uses technology to a limited extent.
COMMENTS: MYP4 Criteria
1=#N has shown improvement in MYP4 Mathematics over the year
2=#E is able to select the appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations, but struggles to apply the mathematics successfully.
3=#E is able to select and apply appropriate mathematics when solving more complex problems in familiar situations, but does not usually arrive at the correct answer.
4=#E is able to select and apply the appropriate mathematics successfully when solving more complex problems in familiar situations.
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 project-work sentences
1=#E has worked hard this year on all of #h projects but I was especially impressed with the high-quality of #h #Science-topics assignment.
2=Project-work has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late. To improve #e needs to #How-to-improve.
3=Although #h #Science-topics project-work was satisfactory, I do expect #m to do more background research next time.
4=#H project-work is always excellent as demonstrated in #h #Science-topics assignment. We were all very impressed with #h creative and entertaining website designs which were an inspiration to the class.
5=#H project-work has varied considerably, however #h highly-imaginative #Science-topics project was excellent and was displayed in reception at the School Open Day. An excellent achievement #N.
COMMENTS: Sample summing-up sentences
1=#N always tries #h best and has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. An excellent performance, keep it up! {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
2=#N has reached Level #?. This was #h target and #e should be proud of #s. To ensure #e keeps this up next year #e should #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
3=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. #E often works below #h best and with a little more effort #e could easily reach Level #?. To improve #e should #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
4=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?. #E rarely completes #h work on time. To achieve more next year #e needs to #How-to-improve. {BR}{BR} Next semester dates: {BR} Monday September 1st - Friday December 22nd.
LIST: How-to-improve
1=focus more in the lessons
2=put more time aside for homework
3=try not to chat during lessons
4=do more project research on the internet
5=develop #h computer skills
6=pay more attention to instructions
LIST: Science-topics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
LIST: Time-period
1=year
2=semester
3=1st semester
4=2nd semester
5=3rd semester
6=4th semester
7=term
8=1st term
9=2nd term
10=3rd term
11=4th term
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