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COMMENTS: G11 AB1: Achievement
1=#N applies #s conscientiously to #h mathematical studies and has maintained a high level of achievement in Calculus.
2=#N applies #s conscientiously to #h mathematical studies and has maintained a pleasing level of achievement in Calculus.
3=#N has maintained a high level of achievement in Calculus.
4=#N has maintained a pleasing level of achievement in Calculus.
5=#N is making reasonable progress in a demanding course.
COMMENTS: G11 AB2: Approach
1=#E is keen to acquire new knowledge. #H approach is thorough and perceptive and #e confidently applies #h knowledge to problem-solving.
2=#E is keen to acquire new knowledge and #h approach is thorough and perceptive.
3=#E is not intimidated by problems and is willing to try different approaches to solutions.
4=#E shows enthusiasm in class and asks questions when #e does not understand.
5=#E applies #s conscientiously to #h mathematical studies and tries hard to grasp new concepts. #E asks questions when #e does not understand.
6=#E tries hard to grasp new concepts and asks questions when #e does not understand.
7=#E has a positive attitude and is attentive in class.
COMMENTS: G11 AB3: topics
1=#N has demonstrated a good grasp of #ABS1topics and #ABS1topics . #E would benefit from consolidating #h knowledge, particularly of #ABS1topics.
COMMENTS: G11 AB4: AP questions
1=#E obtained excellent scores when working through past AP Calculus questions.
2=I would like to encourage #h to develop a more confident approach to #h mathematics since #e has obtained excellent scores when working through past AP Calculus questions.
3=If #e maintains #h current standards #e should obtain a passing grade on the AP Calculus examination, but I feel that #e is capable of better results with more consistent effort.
4=I would like to encourage #h to ask questions anytime #e does not understand.
5=I feel that #e is capable of gaining more knowledge and greater understanding of Calculus with more consistent effort.
COMMENTS: G11 AB5: AP Exam
1=#N is currently on course for a top grade on the AP Calculus examination.
2=#N is currently on course for a good grade on the AP Calculus examination.
3=#N needs to consolidate the methods covered and #e must come and ask for help when #e is in doubt.
4=I would like to encourage #m to give #h best to the course and to aim toward a thorough knowledge of Calculus and a top grade on the AP Calculus examination.
COMMENTS: G11 AB6: Progress
1=Keep up the good work!
2=#E should continue #h efforts for further progress.
COMMENTS: G11.2 AB1 Achievement
1=#N has continued to do outstanding work in mathematics.
2=#N has continued to work well in mathematics.
3=#N has continued to work well in mathematics, raising #h already high level of achievement.
4=#N has improved #h efforts in mathematics during Semester 2, achieving pleasing results.
5=#N has continued to make reasonable progress in mathematics.
COMMENTS: G11.2 AB2 AP Questions
1=#E obtained excellent scores when working through past AP Calculus questions, including those concerning #ABS2topics, #ABS2topics, and #ABS2topics.
2=#E obtained excellent scores when working through past AP Calculus questions, including those concerning #ABS2topics, #ABS2topics, and #ABS2topics, but would do well to review #ABS2topics.
3=#E obtained excellent scores when working through past AP Calculus questions, including those concerning #ABS2topics and #ABS2topics, but would do well to review #ABS2topics.
4=#E obtained excellent scores when working through past AP Calculus questions on #ABS2topics, but would do well to review #ABS2topics and #ABS2topics.
5=#E obtained excellent scores when quizzed on topics in isolation, but often struggled when trying to apply concepts to past AP Calculus questions, especially those including #ABS2topics, #ABS2topics and #ABS2topics.
6=#E obtained excellent scores when quizzed on the rules of derivatives and integrals, but found it more difficult to apply these concepts to past AP Calculus questions, especially those including #ABS2topics, #ABS2topics, and #ABS2topics.
COMMENTS: G11.2 AB3 Mock Exam
1=#E earned a top grade on our Mock Exam.
2=#E earned a high mark on our Mock Exam.
3=#E earned a passing grade on our Mock Exam and continued to improve #h ability to apply #h knowledge.
4=#E earned a passing grade on our Mock Exam and continued to improve #h ability to apply #h knowledge, taking full advantage of all help offered.
5=#E earned a passing grade on our Mock Exam.
6=#E worked well after our Mock Exam, increasing #h knowledge and taking full advantage of all help offered.
7=#E worked well after our Mock Exam, increasing #h knowledge.
8=Next year, #e would do well to take advantage of the extra review opportunities available to #m.
COMMENTS: G11.2 AB4 AP Exam
1=I hope that #N's score on the Advanced Placement Calculus Exam will fully reflect #h best understanding, but regardless of that yet-unknown mark, the logical, critical thinking skills that #e has been developing will serve #m well in whatever field of study #e pursues.
COMMENTS: G11.2 AB5 Progress
1=A good year's work! Keep it up next year!
2=A good year's work! Best wishes for the future!
3=Best wishes for the future!
COMMENTS: G12 BC1: Work
1=#N has maintained a high level of achievement in Calculus.
2=#N has continued to work well in Calculus.
3=#N has maintained satisfactory progress in Calculus.
COMMENTS: G12 BC2: Attitude
1=#E is lively and interested in class and is keen to acquire new knowledge.
2=#E is a keen and interested student.
3=#E is attentive in class and is keen to acquire new knowledge.
4=#E is keen to acquire new knowledge.
5=#E is attentive in class and tries hard to grasp new concepts.
6=#E tries hard to extend #h knowledge.
7=but I feel that #e is capable of better results with more consistent effort.
COMMENTS: G12 BC3: Participation
1=#E asks perceptive questions which reflect #h sophisticated understanding of the subject and can apply mathematical ideas with imagination and ingenuity.
2=#H participation in class shows insight into the variety of techniques available.
3=#E answers questions willingly when #e is asked.
4=and asks questions when #e does not understand.
5=#E should try to be less easily distracted when working in class.
COMMENTS: G12 BC4: Ongoing
1=#N is currently on course for a top AP Exam mark.
2=#N is currently on course for a strong AP Exam mark.
3=#N needs to consolidate the methods covered and strive for greater consistency in #h work.
4=#N must ensure that all #h work is complete if #e is to improve.
COMMENTS: G12 BC5: Gen comment
1=#E is a pleasure to have in class.
2=#E should always strive to do #h best.
3=#E should speak up more in class.
4=#E should try to approach #h work with greater energy.
5=#E needs to complete #h assignments more conscientiously.
6=#E must ask for help when #e is in doubt.
7=#E needs to work more independently.
8=#E needs to work more independently and must ask me for help when #e is in doubt.
COMMENTS: G12.2 BC1: Progress
1=#N has continued to do excellent work in our new topics, including #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, and #BCS2topics.
2=#N has continued to do well in our new topics, including #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, and #BCS2topics.
3=#N has continued to do well in our new topics, including #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, and #BCS2topics.
4=#N has continued to do well in our new topics, including #BCS2topics and #BCS2topics.
5=#N has worked conscientiously on our new topics of #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, #BCS2topics, and #BCS2topics.
6=#N has worked conscientiously on our new topics of #BCS2topics and #BCS2topics.
COMMENTS: G12.2 BC2: Attitude
1=#E shows clarity of thinking in #m approach to problem solving, seeks a thorough understanding of all topics, and asks excellent questions.
2=#E shows clarity of thinking in #m approach to problem solving.
3=#E seeks and gains a thorough understanding of all topics and asks excellent questions.
4=#E seeks a thorough understanding of all topics and asks excellent questions.
5=#E seeks a thorough understanding of all topics.
6=#E seeks understanding of new topics.
COMMENTS: G12.2 BC2: Struggle
1=#N found it more difficult to understand #BCS2topics.
2=#N found #BCS2topics to be more difficult and asked for help to better understand this topic.
3=#N found it more difficult to understand #BCS2topics and asked for more practice questions on this topic.
4=#N found it more difficult to understand #BCS2topics and #BCS2topics and asked for more practice questions on these topics.
5=#N found #BCS2topics and #BCS2topics to be more difficult and asked for help to better understand these topics.
COMMENTS: G12.2 BC3: Mock Exam
1=#N earned a top score of 5 on our Mock AP Exam and an A or A+ on every test in Semester 2.
2=#N earned a top score of 5 on our Mock AP Exam.
3=#N earned an excellent score of 4 on our Mock AP Exam.
4=#N earned a score of 4 on our Mock AP Exam, showing once again that #e is capable of excellent results.
5=#N earned a passing score of 3 on our Mock AP Exam.
6=#N earned a score of 2 on our Mock AP Exam.
7=#N earned a score of 1 on our Mock AP Exam.
8=#N earned a score of 2 on our Mock AP Exam and worked hard to clarify any problem areas.
9=Although #N only earned a score of 1 on our Mock AP Exam, #e worked hard to clarify any problem areas.
10=and A's on all but one test in Semester 2.
11=#H other test grades were A's and B's.
COMMENTS: G12.2 BC4: Ongoing
1=#E should be confident in #h knowledge and abilities in mathematics as #e enters university.
2=#E should be confident in #h knowledge and abilities in mathematics as #e enters university as #e is very successful when #e gives #h best effort.
COMMENTS: G12.2 BC5: Gen comment
1=It has been a pleasure to teach #N for these two years.
2=It has been a pleasure to have #N in class and I wish #m well in all #h future endeavors.
3=I wish #N well in #m future studies.
COMMENTS: G7 10: Gen com 2
1=Keep up the good work!
2=#E should continue #h efforts for further progress.
3=#E needs to consolidate the methods covered.
4=#E should always strive to do #h best.
5=#E has found the work in this top set to be very demanding.
6=Although #h attitude and classwork are satisfactory, #h test results are often disappointing.
7=#E should speak up more in class.
8=#E should adopt a more committed approach.
9=#E should strive for greater consistency in #h work.
10=#E should try to approach #h work with greater energy.
11=#H work would benefit from a more consistent approach.
12=#E must come and ask for help when #e is in doubt.
13=#E needs to work more independently.
14=#E needs to listen carefully to instructions.
15=#E needs to complete #h assignments more conscientiously.
16=#E must ensure that all #h work is complete if #e is to improve.
17=#H failure to complete homework has caused #h grade to drop drastically.
COMMENTS: G7 1: Gen coms
1=#N is making steady progress in mathematics.
2=#N is making reasonable progress in a demanding course.
3=#N is making pleasing progress in mathematics.
4=#N has reached a high level of achievement in mathematics.
5=#N has reached a pleasing level of achievement in mathematics.
6=#N has reached a satisfactory level of achievement in mathematics.
7=#N has a good grasp of basic mathematical concepts.
8=#N is working to the best of #h ability in mathematics.
9=#N tries hard in this subject and I am pleased with #h progress
10=#N has worked steadily in a subject #e finds conceptually difficult.
11=#N does not find math easy, but I am pleased with #h effort and progress.
COMMENTS: G7 2: Pri fact mult
1=When reviewing Grade 6 topics at the beginning of the semester, #e could write numbers as the product of prime factors, apply rules for the order of operations in a calculation, and
2=When reviewing Grade 6 topics at the beginning of the semester, #e could identify the highest common factor and lowest common multiple of groups of numbers, apply rules for the order of operations in a calculation, and
3=When reviewing Grade 6 topics at the beginning of the semester, #e could identify the highest common factor and lowest common multiple of groups of numbers and
4=When reviewing Grade 6 topics at the beginning of the semester, #e could identify the factors and multiples of numbers and determine which of those numbers were prime and
5=When reviewing Grade 6 topics at the beginning of the semester, #e could identify the factors and multiples of numbers and
COMMENTS: G7 3: Fractions
1=could add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions.
2=could add and subtract fractions.
3=could add and subtract fractions with the same denominators.
4=could multiply and divide fractions.
5=could convert between equivalent fractions.
COMMENTS: G7 4: Could benefit
1=#E could benefit from reviewing the order of operations.
2=#E could benefit from reviewing highest common factors.
3=#E could benefit from reviewing addition and subtraction of fractions with different denominators.
4=#E could benefit from reviewing addition and subtraction of mixed numbers.
5=#E could benefit from reviewing negative numbers.
6=#E could benefit from reviewing negative numbers and highest common factors.
7=#E could benefit from reviewing fractions as it is always a good idea to recall the various methods needed.
COMMENTS: G7 5: Pythag Theor
1=In the topics which are new this year, #N could apply Pythagoras' Theorem to find missing lengths in real life problems
2=In the topics which are new this year, #N could apply Pythagoras' Theorem to find missing lengths in given triangles
3=In the topics which are new this year, #N could use Pythagoras' Theorem to find the hypotenuse in right angled triangles
COMMENTS: G7 6: Percentages
1=and could work well with percentages.
2=and could increase and decrease values by a percentage.
3=and could calculate a percentage of an amount.
4=and could convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.
COMMENTS: G7 7: Algebra
1=While learning about elementary algebra, #e could factor and expand expressions.
2=While learning about elementary algebra, #e could expand expressions and collect like terms.
3=While learning about elementary algebra, #e could simplify expressions by collecting like terms.
4=While learning about elementary algebra, #e could simplify expressions by adding like terms.
COMMENTS: G7 8: Equations
1=solve multi-step equations, and write equations from situations described in words.
2=solve two-step equations, and write equations from situations described in words.
3=solve one-step equations, and write equations from situations described in words.
4=and solve multi-step equations.
5=and solve two-step equations.
6=and solve one-step equations.
COMMENTS: G7 9: Needs
1=#N would do well to practice problems involving Pythagoras' Theorem, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
2=#N would do well to practice problems involving Pythagoras' Theorem, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
3=#N would do well to practice working with percentages, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
4=#N would do well to practice problems involving Pythagoras' Theorem and percentages, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
5=#N would do well to practice problems involving Pythagoras' Theorem and factoring expressions, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
6=#N would do well to practice working with percentages and factoring expressions, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
7=#N would do well to practice problems involving Pythagoras' Theorem, percentages and factoring expressions, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
8=#N would do well to practice factoring expressions, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
9=#N would do well to practice simplifying expressions, asking me for help whenever #e needs it.
COMMENTS: G7.2 1: Gen com 1
1=#N has done excellent work in mathematics in Semester 2.
2=#N has continued to progress well in mathematics.
3=#N has continued to make reasonable progress in Semester 2.
4=#N has reached a high level of achievement in mathematics.
5=#N has reached a pleasing level of achievement in mathematics.
6=#N has reached a satisfactory level of achievement in mathematics.
7=#N has worked to the best of #h ability in mathematics.
8=#N has tried hard in mathematics and I am pleased with #h progress.
9=#N has worked steadily in a subject #e finds conceptually difficult.
COMMENTS: G7.2 2: good topics
1=#E did well in all topics, and especially so in #G7Sem2, #G7Sem2, #G7Sem2, and #G7Sem2.
2=#E did well in all topics, and especially so in #G7Sem2, #G7Sem2, and #G7Sem2.
3=#E did well in all topics, and especially so in #G7Sem2 and #G7Sem2.
4=#E did well in all topics, and especially so in #G7Sem2.
5=#E did well in most topics, and especially so in #G7Sem2 and #G7Sem2.
6=#E did well in #G7Sem2, #G7Sem2, and #G7Sem2.
7=#E did well in #G7Sem2 and #G7Sem2.
COMMENTS: G7.2 3: Needs
1=It would be good for #h to review #G7Sem2-needs, #G7Sem2-needs, #G7Sem2-needs, and #G7Sem2-needs.
2=It would be good for #h to review #G7Sem2-needs, #G7Sem2-needs, and #G7Sem2-needs.
3=It would be good for #h to review #G7Sem2-needs and #G7Sem2-needs.
4=It would be good for #h to review #G7Sem2-needs.
5=It would be good for #h to practice #G7Sem2-needs, #G7Sem2-needs, and #G7Sem2-needs.
6=#N's mathematics will improve as #h English further develops.
COMMENTS: G7.2 4: Exam
1=#N studied well, earning an excellent exam grade.
2=#N studied well and earned a pleasing exam grade.
3=Although #N studied well, #h exam grade was a bit disappointing.
4=Although #N studied well, #h exam grade was a bit disappointing. #E would benefit from practicing a variety of questions in order to consolidate the methods covered this year.
5=Although #N studied well, #h exam grade was a bit disappointing, as it can be difficult to remember all the topics at the same time. #E would benefit from practicing a variety of questions in order to consolidate the methods covered this year.
6=Although #h exam results were acceptable, I believe #N could have done better with a more committed approach.
COMMENTS: G7.2 5: Gen com 2
1=A good year's work, keep it up next year!
2=#E has worked to the best of #h ability this year and is to be encouraged to continue this effort next year.
3=#N has usually worked well this year. To achieve #h full potential, #e would benefit from greater organization and consistency.
4=For greater success next year, #e should always come to class prepared and apply #s diligently to #h mathematical studies.
5=#E should try to work to #h full potential in #h future studies.
6=#E should adopt a more committed approach to #h future studies.
7=In the future, as many new opportunities for #h arise, #e will benefit from developing strategies for balancing these enriching activities with #h academic studies.
COMMENTS: G8.1 1: Gen coms
1=#N is making steady progress in mathematics.
2=#N is making reasonable progress in a demanding course.
3=#N is making pleasing progress in mathematics.
4=#N has reached a high level of achievement in mathematics.
5=#N has reached a pleasing level of achievement in mathematics.
6=#N has reached a satisfactory level of achievement in mathematics.
7=#N has a good grasp of basic mathematical concepts.
8=#N is working to the best of #h ability in mathematics.
9=#N tries hard in this subject and I am pleased with #h progress
10=#N has worked steadily in a subject #e finds conceptually difficult.
11=#N does not find mathematics easy, but I am pleased with #h effort and progress.
12=#N is making reasonable progress in mathematics, but I believe #e could be performing at a much higher level.
13=#N is making reasonable progress in mathematics, but I believe #e could be performing at a higher level.
COMMENTS: G8.1 2: Pythag Theor
1=#E could apply Pythagoras' Theorem to find missing lengths in real life problems.
2=#E could apply Pythagoras' Theorem to find missing lengths in given triangles.
3=#E could use Pythagoras' Theorem to find the hypotenuse in right angled triangles.
4=#E could apply Pythagoras' Theorem to find missing lengths in real life problems, but sometimes did not square #h numbers.
COMMENTS: G8.1 3 Sets&Prob&Venn
1=#E could use sets and understand set notation, determine various probabilities, and draw and use tree and Venn diagrams.
2=#E could use sets and understand set notation, determine various probabilities, and draw and use tree and Venn diagrams, but should review the symbols used for intersection and union.
3=#E could use sets and Venn diagrams, determine various probabilities, and draw tree diagrams, but should review the interpretation of tree diagrams.
4=#E could use sets and understand set notation, determine various probabilities, and draw and use tree and Venn diagrams, but should review the definitions of theoretical and experimental probability.
5=#E could use sets and understand set notation, determine various probabilities, and draw and use a tree diagram, but should review Venn diagrams.
6=#E could use sets and understand set notation, determine various probabilities, and draw and use Venn diagrams, but should review tree diagrams.
7=#E could use sets and understand set notation, and draw and use Venn diagrams, but should review the methods of calculating theoretical probabilities.
COMMENTS: G8.1 4: Algebra Skills
1=#E could simplify algebraic expressions, expand or factor expressions, and solve quadratic equations with a leading coefficient of 1.
2=#E could simplify algebraic expressions, expand or factor expressions, and solve quadratic equations, but needs to be more attentive to minus signs.
3=#E could expand, simplify, and factor algebraic expressions, but sometimes forgot to use the correct order of operations.
4=#E could expand and simplify algebraic expressions, but found factoring to be more challenging.
COMMENTS: G8.1 5 Measurement
1=#E could correctly calculate the perimeter and area of various shapes, and could also find the volume of prisms and cylinders and the surface area of a prism.
2=#E could correctly calculate the perimeter and area of various shapes, but should review the volume and surface area of prisms and cylinders.
3=#E could correctly calculate the perimeter and area of simple shapes, but should review the methods for composite shapes as well as for volume and surface area.
4=#E could correctly calculate the perimeter and area of various shapes, as well as the volume and surface area of prisms, but should review finding the volume of a cylinder.
5=#E could correctly calculate the perimeter and area of simple shapes, as well as the volume of prisms and cylinders, but should review the methods for composite shapes.
6=To be prepared for Grade 9, #e needs to memorize and practice the formulas for calculating areas, volumes, and surface areas.
COMMENTS: G8.1 6: Exponents
1=#E could work successfully with scientific notation, simplify expressions, giving answers with positive exponents, and answer questions about exponential growth.
2=#E could work successfully with scientific notation and simplify expressions, giving answers with positive exponents.
3=#E could work successfully with scientific notation, simplify expressions having variables with positive exponents and answer questions about exponential growth.
4=#E could work successfully with scientific notation, simplify expressions using variables with positive exponents, but should practice problems with zero and negative exponents.
5=#E could simplify expressions using variables with positive exponents.
6=#E could answer questions about exponential growth, but needs to practice simplifying expressions, giving answers with positive exponents.
7=#E improved significantly in #h understanding of scientific notation and other work with positive and negative exponents.
COMMENTS: G8.1 7: Needs to ...
1=#E would do well to practice solving multi-step equations.
2=#E would do well to practice simplifying expressions with negative numbers or negative exponents.
3=#E would do well to review intercepts and practice solving equations by graphing.
4=#E would do well to review intercepts, review and practice how to write the equation of a line, and practice solving equations by graphing.
5=#E would do well to review and practice how to write the equation of a line.
6=#E would do well to practice solving equations by the elimination method.
7=#E would do well to practice solving equations by the substitution method.
8=#E would do well to practice solving equations by graphing.
9=#E would do well to practice setting up an equation from a description and solving it.
10=#E would do well to practice both solving multi-step equations and using the elimination method.
11=#E would do well to practice solving multi-step equations and to review x- and y-intercepts.
12=#E would do well to practice both solving multi-step equations and writing the equation of a line.
COMMENTS: G8.1 8: Keep up the good work
1=#N should continue to enjoy mathematics in Semester 2.
2=#N should continue to give #h best effort in Semester 2.
3=#N should continue to give #h best effort in Semester 2, asking for help whenever #e does not understand.
4=#N should give #h best effort in Semester 2, asking for help whenever #e does not understand.
5=#N should take more care with #h work, asking for help whenever #e does not understand.
6=#N should do #h homework conscientiously, asking for help whenever #e does not understand.
7=#N should slow down and do #h work carefully, instead of trying to see how fast #e can complete it.
COMMENTS: G8.2 1 Gen com 1
1=#N has done excellent work in mathematics in Semester 2.
2=#N has continued to make reasonable progress in Semester 2.
3=#N is making pleasing progress in mathematics.
4=#N has reached a high level of achievement in mathematics.
5=#N has reached a pleasing level of achievement in mathematics.
6=#N has reached a satisfactory level of achievement in mathematics.
7=#N is working to the best of #h ability in mathematics.
8=#N tries hard in this subject and I am pleased with #h progress.
9=#N has worked steadily in a subject #e finds conceptually difficult.
COMMENTS: G8.2 2: good topics
1=#E did well in all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics, #G8-Sem2topics, #G8-Sem2topics, and #G8-Sem2topics.
2=#E did well in all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics, #G8-Sem2topics, and #G8-Sem2topics.
3=#E did well in all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics and #G8-Sem2topics.
4=#E did well in all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics.
5=#E did well in nearly all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics, #G8-Sem2topics, and #G8-Sem2topics.
6=#E did well in nearly all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics and #G8-Sem2topics.
7=#E did well in nearly all topics, and especially well in #G8-Sem2topics.
8=#E did consistently well in throughout the semester.
9=#E performance was consistent throughout the semester, showing #h best understanding in #G8-Sem2topics.
COMMENTS: G8.2 3 needs to work on
1=#E would benefit from practicing #G8-Sem2-needs, #G8-Sem2-needs, #G8-Sem2-needs, and #G8-Sem2-needs.
2=#E would benefit from practicing #G8-Sem2-needs, #G8-Sem2-needs, and #G8-Sem2-needs.
3=#E would benefit from practicing #G8-Sem2-needs and #G8-Sem2-needs, as these are topics that always need more practice.
4=#E would benefit from practicing #G8-Sem2-needs.
COMMENTS: G8.2 4 ask for help
1=It is very beneficial that #e is willing to ask for more explanation anytime #e does not fully understand.
2=#E should always be willing to ask for more explanation anytime #e does not fully understand.
3=It would be beneficial if #e would ask for more explanation anytime #e does not fully understand.
4=It would be beneficial if #e could feel more free to ask for explanations anytime #e does not understand.
COMMENTS: G8.2 5 Exam
1=#N studied well, earning an excellent exam grade.
2=#N studied well and earned a pleasing exam grade.
3=Although #N studied well, #h exam grade was a bit disappointing.
4=Although #h exam results were acceptable, I believe #N could have done better with a more committed approach.
5=Although #h exam results were acceptable, I believe #N could have done better with a more consistent approach.
6=#N did not appear to take exam study very seriously and the grade #e earned reflects this.
7=Because #N studied to the best of #h ability, I think #e must be a bit disappointed with #h exam grade.
8=Because #N studied to the best of #h ability, #e must have been disappointed with #h exam grade.
COMMENTS: G8.2 6 Gen com 2
1=A good year's work! Keep it up next year.
2=#E has worked to the best of #h ability this year and is to be encouraged to continue this effort next year.
3=For greater success next year, #e should always come to class prepared and apply #s diligently to #h mathematical studies.
4=#E should try to work to #h full potential in #h future studies.
5=#E should always try to work to #h full potential in mathematics.
6=#E should adopt a more committed approach to #h future studies.
7=For greater success next year, #e should try to develop strategies that enable #m to draw #h attention back when #h mind wanders.
8=I recommend that #e use IXL on the internet this summer to review exponents, slope, simultaneous linear equations, ratios, Venn diagrams, and surface area.
9=Based on #h Exam performance, in order for #N to be better prepared for Grade 9 Mathematics, I recommend that #e use IXL on the internet or other resources this summer to review exponents, percentages, ratios, slope, and line sketching.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 1 Ability/Effort
1=#N has given #h best effort in #h Mathematics course this semester.
2=#N has sometimes given #h best effort in #h Mathematics course this semester.
3=#N needs to be more consistent in #h efforts Mathematics.
4=#N needs to give more effort to #h Mathematics course.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 10 comment
1=#N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
2=#N should continue #h efforts for ongoing success in Semester 2.
3=#N should continue to ask as many questions as #e needs to in order to develop #h understanding further.
4=#N should ask more questions in Semester 2 to clarify anything #e does not understand.
5=#N should ask questions in class and/or come to see me outside of class time so that we can work on concepts so that #e can experience greater success.
6=I appreciate #h willingness to ask questions and to help others, and #h participation in all aspects of the class. #N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
7=I appreciate #h willingness to ask questions and #h participation in all aspects of the class. #N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
8=I appreciate #h willingness to help others and #h participation in all aspects of the class. #N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
9=I appreciate #h participation in all aspects of the class. #N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
10=I appreciate #h willingness to ask questions in class. #N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
11=While being sure to pay close attention to details, #N should continue #h excellent efforts in Semester 2.
12=While being sure to pay close attention to details, #N should continue #h efforts for ongoing success in Semester 2.
13=I appreciate #h willingness to ask questions. #N should continue #h efforts for ongoing success in Semester 2.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 2 result
1=I am very pleased with #h work.
2=I am pleased that #e is gaining more confidence to ask questions in class.
3=#E asks good questions in class, but does not always come to class prepared.
4=#E does not always come to class prepared.
5=#E sometimes asks questions, but needs to ask more frequently whenever an explanation, example, or concept is not clear to #m.
6=#E seems to get distracted easily.
7=#E seems to get distracted easily and responds by distracting others.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 3 Sets
1=Specifically, #N developed an excellent understanding of synthetic binary operations and set theory,
2=Specifically, #N developed an excellent understanding of set notation and Venn diagrams,
3=Specifically, #N developed an excellent understanding of set notation and synthetic binary operations,
4=Specifically, #N developed an excellent understanding of Venn diagrams and synthetic binary operations,
5=Specifically, #N began the year slowly, gaining some knowledge of sets and synthetic binary operations,
COMMENTS: G9Enr 4 Probability
1=and probability.
2=but found the concepts of probability to be more difficult.
3=but gained an excellent understanding of basic probability.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 5 Algebra skills
1=#E is able to simplify all types of algebraic expressions well
2=#E is able to simplify algebraic expressions
COMMENTS: G9Enr 6 quadratic eqns
1=and to solve quadratic equations using factoring, completing the square, and the quadratic formula.
2=and to solve quadratic equations using factoring and the quadratic formula.
3=and to solve quadratic equations using factoring and completing the square.
4=and to solve quadratic equations using factoring.
5=and to solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 7 Angles
1=#E has a solid understanding of angle relationships and can write geometric proofs.
2=#E has a solid understanding of angle relationships and should strengthen #h instincts by reviewing the reasons for those relationships.
3=#E has a solid understanding of angle relationships, but should strengthen #h knowledge of angles on parallel lines.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 8 Exponents & Surds
1=#N can simplify expressions with positive, negative, and zero powers, and those containing square roots.
2=#N can simplify expressions with positive, negative, and zero powers, and those containing square roots, but should be careful to simplify completely.
3=#N can simplify expressions with positive, negative, and zero powers, and those containing square roots, but should practice rationalizing the denominator.
4=#N can simplify expressions with positive, negative, and zero powers, and needs to practice working with square roots.
COMMENTS: G9Enr 9 Rates, proportions, etc
1=#E can work with all types of problems using proportional relationships.
2=#E can work with most types of problems using proportional relationships, but could benefit from reviewing inverse variation.
3=#E can work with most types of problems using proportional relationships, but could benefit from reviewing direct and inverse variation.
4=#E can work with most types of problems using proportional relationships, but could benefit from reviewing problems involving rates.
COMMENTS: G9Enr.2 1 Gen comment 1
1=#N has continued to do excellent work in Mathematics this semester.
2=#N has continued to give #h best effort in #h Mathematics course this semester, and I am pleased with #h work.
3=#N has continued to give #h best effort in #h Mathematics course this semester.
4=#N has appeared to increase #h effort in Mathematics this semester, and I am pleased with #h work.
5=#N has worked steadily in #h Mathematics course this semester.
COMMENTS: G9Enr.2 2 Successful Topics
1=#E performed well in all topics, with exceptional work in #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, and #G9-S2-topics.
2=#E performed well in all topics, with exceptional work in #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, and #G9-S2-topics.
3=#E performed well in all topics, with exceptional work in #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics.
4=#E performed well in all topics, including #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, and #G9-S2-topics.
5=#E performed well in all topics, including #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, and #G9-S2-topics.
6=#E performed well in all topics, including #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics.
7=#E performed well in nearly all topics, with exceptional work in #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics.
8=#E performed well in nearly all topics, including #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics, and #G9-S2-topics.
9=#E performed well in nearly all topics, including #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics.
COMMENTS: G9Enr.2 3 Need work Topics
1=#E would benefit from a further review of #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics, especially
2=#E would benefit from a further review of #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics, focussing on
3=#E would benefit from a further review of #G9-S2-topics, #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics, as many of the concepts were new this year.
4=#E would benefit from a further review of #G9-S2-topics and #G9-S2-topics, as many of the concepts were new this year.
5=#E would benefit from a further review of #G9-S2-topics, as many of the concepts were new this year.
COMMENTS: G9Enr.2 4 review test
1=While preparing for the Exam, #N took a review test on #G9-S2-topics, showing marked improvement in #h understanding.
2=While preparing for the Exam, #N took a review test on #G9-S2-topics, showing improvement in #h understanding.
3=With this in mind, while preparing for the Exam, #N took a review test on #G9-S2-topics, showing marked improvement in #h understanding.
4=With this in mind, while preparing for the Exam, #N took a review test on #G9-S2-topics, showing improvement in #h understanding.
5=With this in mind, while preparing for the Exam, #N did take a review test on #G9-S2-topics, and showed marked improvement in #h understanding.
COMMENTS: G9Enr.2 5 Exam
1=#N studied well, earning an excellent exam grade.
2=#N studied well and earned a pleasing exam grade.
3=Although #N studied well, #h exam grade was a bit disappointing.
4=Although #h exam results were acceptable, I believe #N could have done better with a more committed approach.
5=Although #h exam results were acceptable, I believe #N could have done better with a more consistent approach.
6=#N did not appear to take exam study very seriously and the grade #e earned reflects this.
7=Because #N studied to the best of #h ability, I think #e must be a bit disappointed with #h exam grade.
8=Because #N studied to the best of #h ability, #e must have been disappointed with #h exam grade.
COMMENTS: G9Enr.2 6 final comment
1=#H good year's work has laid a solid foundation for #h higher mathematical studies.
2=#E should continue to give #h best effort next year for on-going success.
3=#E should continue to give #h best effort next year for on-going progress.
LIST: ABS1topics
1=functions
2=transformations and exponential functions
3=inverse functions and logarithms
4=composition of functions and trigonometric functions
5=derivatives from a conceptual perspective
6=limits and continuity
7=Riemann sums and integrals as distance or accumulation
LIST: ABS2topics
1=derivatives
2=integrals
3=motion
4=slope fields and differential equations
LIST: averages
1=mean
2=median
3=mode
4=range
LIST: BCS2topics
1=polar coordinates
2=vectors
3=infinite series
4=Taylor polynomials
5=geometric series
6=power series
7=interval and radius of convergence
8=the Integral and Ratio Tests for convergence
9=improper integrals
LIST: G7Sem2
1=Equations
2=Area and Volume
3=Angles
4=Circles and Cylinders
5=Rates and Ratios
LIST: G7Sem2-needs
1=the relationships of angles on parallel lines
2=the various types of angle relationships
3=solving equations
4=finding the perimeter and area of composite shapes
5=the vocabulary associated with circles
6=dividing a quantity into a given ratio
LIST: G8-Sem2-needs
1=using percentages in calculations
2=using percentages to solve worded questions
3=finding x- and y- intercepts
4=writing the equation of a line in slope-intercept form
5=solving simultaneous equations
6=finding missing sides in similar triangles
7=using trigonometric ratios to find missing sides or angles
8=using trigonometric rations of solve worded problems
9=factoring quadratic expressions
10=solving quadratic equations
11=applying rates and ratios to worded problems
12=interpreting time-distance graphs
LIST: G8-Sem2topics
1=Percentages
2=Solving Simultaneous Equations
3=Angles
4=Factoring Quadratic Equations
5=Solving Quadratic Equations
6=Trigonometry
7=Ratios and Rates
LIST: G9-S2-topics
1=Linear Equations
2=Parabolas and Quadratic Equations
3=Simultaneous Equations and Inequalities
4=Circles
5=Area and Volume
6=Data and Statistics
7=Trigonometry
LIST: graphs&simuleqns
1=use an equation to find points to plot a line
2=find x- and y-intercepts
3=calculate slope/gradient
4=calculate distance
5=write the equation of a line in slope-intercept form
6=solve simultaneous equations
7=solve simultaneous equations by substitution and elimination
8=solve simultaneous equations by substitution and graphing
9=solve simultaneous equations by graphing and elimination
10=solve simultaneous equations by substitution
11=solve simultaneous equations by elimination
12=solve simultaneous equations by graphing
LIST: ReflectionAdjective
1=very interesting
2=very thoughtful
3=thoughtful and interesting
4=very thoughtful and interesting
5=some thoughtful and interesting
LIST: ResearchTopics
1=the Goals and Criteria, and Sr. Kit Collins,
2=Sr. Janet Erskine Stuart
3=Sister Diane Roche
4=Sister Cecile Meijer
5=Sister Annette Zipple
6=Sr. Gerardette Phillips
7=Sacred Heart in India
8=Sacred Heart in Paris
9=Sacred Heart in the US-Canada Province
10=Trinità dei Monti
11=Pope Francis
12=Sister Dorothy Stang
13=the Jesuit Refugee Center
14=Paul Chappell
15=Abraham
16=David
17=Esther
18=Joseph
19=Moses
20=Solomon
LIST: SampleRatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=an average
4=a disappointing
5=a poor
LIST: SampleScienceTopics
1=Heating and Cooling
2=Light and Sound
3=Exploring Magnetism
4=Changing Earth
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