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COMMENTS: GENERAL
1=A report is not applicable for #N at this time due to #h recent arrival at the College.
2=Due to #N's absence, insufficient data has been collected to make an informed judgement in this subject.
3=#N has failed to submit all required pieces of assessment and therefore cannot be rated.
4=#N's achievement in this subject has been affected by illness.
5=I look forward to seeing #N's skills and knowledge continue to develop in this subject next semester.
6=I would like to wish #N every success in #h studies next semester.
7=I would like to wish #N every success in #h studies next year.
8=I would like to wish #N every success for #h future.
COMMENTS: SEM1 A-E 7DIGI
1=#N learned how to evaluate information and manipulate data in spreadsheets, using formulae and cell codes to create an infographic. #E displayed a systematic and proficient approach when creating logical coding sequences and has shown evidence of comprehensive interpretation and evaluation of data with purposeful planning and management of tasks.
2=#N learned how to evaluate information and manipulate data in spreadsheets, using formulae and cell codes to create an infographic. #E displayed an effective approach when creating logical coding sequences and has shown evidence of detailed interpretation and evaluation of data with effective planning and management of tasks.
3=#N learned how to evaluate information and manipulate data in spreadsheets, using formulae and cell codes to create an infographic. #E displayed a sound approach when creating logical coding sequences and has shown evidence of sound interpretation and evaluation of data with sound planning and management of tasks.
4=#N learned how to evaluate information and manipulate data in spreadsheets, using formulae and cell codes to create an infographic. #E displayed a partial approach when creating logical coding sequences and has shown evidence of partial interpretation and evaluation of data with partial planning and management of tasks.
5=#N learned how to evaluate information and manipulate data in spreadsheets, using formulae and cell codes to create an infographic. #E displayed a fragmented approach when creating logical coding sequences and has shown evidence of fragmented interpretation and evaluation of data with fragmented planning and management of tasks.
COMMENTS: SEM1 A-E 7MAT
1=#N has demonstrated an understanding of number and place value, real numbers and geometric reasoning and algebra and unit costs in complex unfamiliar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in unfamiliar situations. #N shows systematic application of relevant problem-solving approaches to investigate unfamiliar situations. #E used effective and clear appropriate mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
2=#N has demonstrated an understanding of number and place value, real numbers and geometric reasoning and algebra and unit costs in complex familiar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in complex familiar situations. #N shows application of relevant problem-solving approaches to investigate complex familiar situations. #E used consistent appropriate mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
3=#N has demonstrated an understanding of number and place value, real numbers and geometric reasoning and algebra and unit costs in simple familiar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in simple familiar situations. #N shows application of problem-solving approaches to investigate simple familiar situations. #E used appropriate mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
4=#N has demonstrated an understanding of number and place value, real numbers and geometric reasoning and algebra and unit costs in some simple familiar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in some simple familiar situations. #N shows some selection and application of problem-solving approaches to investigate some simple familiar situations. #E used aspects of mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
5=#N has demonstrated an understanding of number and place value, real numbers and geometric reasoning and algebra and unit costs in obvious isolated situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in obvious isolated situations. #N shows partial selection of problem-solving approaches. #E used simple diagrams when required.
COMMENTS: SEM1 A-E 8MAT
1=#N has demonstrated an understanding of expanding, factorising and simplifying algebraic expressions and solving linear equations in complex unfamiliar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in unfamiliar situations. #N shows systematic application of relevant problem-solving approaches to investigate unfamiliar situations. #E used effective and clear appropriate mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
2=#N has demonstrated an understanding of expanding, factorising and simplifying algebraic expressions and solving linear equations in complex familiar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in complex familiar situations. #N shows application of relevant problem-solving approaches to investigate complex familiar situations. #E used consistent appropriate mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
3=#N has demonstrated an understanding of expanding, factorising and simplifying algebraic expressions and solving linear equations in simple familiar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in simple familiar situations. #N shows application of problem-solving approaches to investigate simple familiar situations. #E used appropriate mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
4=#N has demonstrated an understanding of expanding, factorising and simplifying algebraic expressions and solving linear equations in some simple familiar situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in some simple familiar situations. #N shows some selection and application of problem-solving approaches to investigate some simple familiar situations. #E used aspects of mathematical terminology and diagrams when required.
5=#N has demonstrated an understanding of expanding, factorising and simplifying algebraic expressions and solving linear equations in obvious isolated situations. #E has also been able to recall and use facts, definitions and procedures to find solutions in obvious isolated situations. #N shows partial selection of problem-solving approaches. #E used simple diagrams when required.
COMMENTS: SJR BEHAVIOUR
1=#N has been a quiet and courteous student who demonstrates
2=#N has been an enthusiastic and courteous student who demonstrates
3=#N has been a friendly and enthusiastic student who demonstrates
4=#N has been a cooperative student who demonstrates
5=#N has been a mature and conscientious student who demonstrates
6=#N has been an enthusiastic and confident student who demonstrates
7=#N has been a quiet and mature student who demonstrates
8=#N has been a friendly student who demonstrates
9=#N has been a quiet student who demonstrates
10=#N has been a conscientious student who demonstrates
COMMENTS: SJR EFFORT
1=#E has worked hard to deepen #h understanding of the subject and
2=#E has helped others to reinforce #h own understanding of the subject and
3=#E has remained highly focused on all tasks and
4=#E usually aimed to complete all classwork and assessment work and
5=#E managed #h time effectively to aim for success and
6=#E consistently seeks and uses teacher feedback and
7=#E contributes positively to class discussions and
8=#E constantly remained engaged in learning and
9=#E worked diligently in all settings and
10=#H results do not reflect the amount of effort #e has applied to #h classwork and
11=#E is reluctant to ask for teacher assistance and
12=#E usually needs teacher support to complete the work and
13=#E finds the work difficult but puts in #h best effort and
14=#E attempts easier work but becomes discouraged when the work gets more difficult and
15=#E could achieve more success with more application and effort and
16=#E sometimes needed reminders to stay on task and
17=#E sometimes needed reminders to stay on task but was always polite and respectful and
18=#E sometimes needed reminders about distracting others and
19=#E showed integrity and effort this term to understand the topics and increased #h participation in class activities and
20=#E completed adjusted classwork and assignment work and was not assessed at a year X standard and
COMMENTS: SJR HILLS LAWS
1=the Hills LAWS by showing respect and compassion to others in all tasks.
2=the Hills LAWS by acting with integrity in all situations.
3=the Hills LAWS by working with diligence in all tasks.
4=the Hills LAWS by striving for success in this subject.
5=the Hills LAWS by aiming to show compassion.
6=the Hills LAWS by aiming to act with integrity.
7=the Hills LAWS by aiming to work with diligence.
8=the Hills LAWS by aiming to achieve success.
9=an understanding of the Hills LAWS of compassion, integrity, diligence and success.
COMMENTS: SJR MAINTAIN and IMPROVE1
1=to maintain this result #N should
2=to improve this result #N should
3=review and edit work carefully to identify mistakes.
4=ask for teacher assistance to ensure that #e has a clear understanding of the tasks.
COMMENTS: SJR MAINTAIN and IMPROVE2
1=continue to work at #h current high standard.
2=listen more carefully to instructions.
3=ensure that any work missed due to absence is completed.
4=attempt class tasks independently before asking for assistance, to promote confidence in learning.
5=continue to ask for teacher assistance to ensure that #e has a clear understanding of the tasks.
6=show more persistence and effort when tasks become difficult.
7=increase #h level of concentration in class and remain focused on the set tasks.
8=talk less during class and focus on the set tasks.
9=ensure homework is completed consistently and to an appropriate standard.
10=attend maths tutorials every week.
11=show working out clearly so that mistakes can be identified.
12=bring a calculator to all maths classes to be able to learn effectively.
13=re-read questions carefully to ensure all components of assessment items have been answered appropriately.
14=use more subject specific language and representations in responses.
15=ensure that #e acts on the feedback provided on draft assignments.
16=use the assessment criteria to self-assess progress against the criteria more frequently.
17=make the most of class time that has been allocated to tasks.
18=submit a more comprehensive draft assignment in order to receive more specific feedback.
19=thoroughly evaluate the reasonableness of assignment solutions by considering results, assumptions and observations.
20=revise complex procedures so they can be incorporated into assignment responses.
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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