The learning intentions from Week 6 to Week 10 are outlined as follows: To be able to use articles in a sentence To be able to recognise and use prepositions a To be able to recognise proper nouns and capitalise them 4. Common misspelling words 5. To be able to recognise adjectives and adverbs in a sentence 5. To be able to tell parts from a whole using fractions 6. To be able to find the fraction after one fraction 7. To be able to find equivalent fractions with the help of fraction charts and fraction line 8. To be… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 6 to Week 10 are outlined as follows: To be able to use articles in a sentence To be able to recognise and use prepositions a To be able to recognise proper nouns and capitalise them 4. Common misspelling words 5. To be able to recognise adjectives and adverbs in a sentence 5. To be able to tell parts from a whole using fractions 6. To be able to find the fraction after one fraction 7. To be able to find equivalent fractions with the help of fraction charts and fraction lines 8. To be… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 5 to Week 10 are outlined as follows: Students are able to understand the text, find the key sentences; Students are able to use the key vocabularies on a daily basis, make the sentence and spell them correctly; Students are able to retell the story with their own words; 4. Students are able to answer the comprehension questions with their own words; 5. Students should be curious about the text, use tools and resources to learn more about the facts. Amy always participates in sessions in a timely manner. She loved to share her ideas with me… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: Nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs To be able to recognise nouns and verbs in a sentence To be able to recognise proper nouns and capitalise them 4. To be able to form plural nouns 5. To be able to solve four operations of 3 digit whole numbers 6. To be able to find the fraction after one fraction 7. Fraction names, fractions charts, numerator and denominator and count one fraction after another 8. To be able to tell parts from a whole using fractions 9. To be… Read more »
Amy always comes into the classroom with good energy, she can read fluently with expression, communicate with me and her peers effectively to share her experience or summarize the article with her words. However, I found that Amy needs to be more self-discipline to follow classroom rules and listen to others. In the following weeks, Amy should focus more on 1. complete her homework on time; 2. underline the key sentences/words when trying to finish the questions; 3. review the glossary of each unit (spelling especially)
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1.Accurately use gramatic puncutation speech marks, full stops and capital letters 2. work through the activities in their workbook in a logical and methodical manner 3. Inspire students to create their own creative writing pieces to stretch their imagination. Amy always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Amy can frequently keep the camera on. Amy is interactive in communicating/sharing ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, Amy always engages in most of the sessions. Regarding the homework, Amy sometimes hands in it and it… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. Read and comprehend three stories: Alexander the Great, the History of Halloween, Say It With Pictures. 2. Learn frequent glossary and start to distinguish the syllables in each word. Dictation about the glossary. 3. Collect vocabulary and resource regarding fiction and non-fiction for future English Writing. Amy always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Amy can sometimes keep the camera on so the teacher always needs to remind her about it. Amy is very interactive to share ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that,… Read more »
Amy is bright and lively. She needs to work on practicing her vocabulary both in class and during the week, she often gets distracted and forgets to listen to what the teacher or Allan are saying. Speaking and writing the word at least 6 times helps with retention, however between lessons she tends to forget the majority of what we learn in class. I have limited new vocabulary to 5 words/sentences per class. If she can practice this through the week it will really help. Amy’s pronunciation is good. Sometimes Amy’s behaviour is a little too boistrous and she is… Read more »
Amy is very lively. She participates well and is always ready to be creative. She does have a tendency to lose focus, which results in her standing on her chair, not listening or walking off. I have had to speak to her about this numerous times. Amy did very well working through conjunctions. However she was not so clear on gramatical points. We will need to refresh this next term. She is also very creative and loves to make her own sentences, she is also a very visually descriptive story teller, which is very positive. Keep up the good work,… Read more »
Amy is very active in class and always attends sessions on time and she is very enthusiastic in sharing her ideas and thoughts. She always communicates with the teacher and the peers. In this term, we have learned nine stories regarding diverse aspects, most of them are non-fiction. Amy always finishes homework as soon as possible and she is very careful with the homework. Amy did a good job in her final exam, she could answer most of the questions in a correct manner, and she did better job in both readings. It is amazing that Amy could answer the… Read more »
Amy works best when she can be creative and go her own way with creating sentences. She has a lot of capability, but often prefers her own creativity to the book.
Amy did very well in class today, she was lively and creative when uing conjuctions and doing activities from the book. She does have habbit of getting up and wandering off in class to get a drink or go to the toilet. I have no problem with her doing this as long as she asks me first, saying that, I would prefer if she was prepared with a drink before class, and went to the toilet during our break.
Today Amy completed her end of term exam. I had to speak to Amy strictly as she did not always adhere to the exam rules. After the exam we discussed this calmly and actively, with the intention of understand where the misdemenour occured and how not to do it again in the future. Amy too this on board and her behaviour has been markedly improved in class ever since. After the exam we looks at I want, in regards to the food which we had already learned.
Amy was very lively in class. She was excited to learn the names and sounds of animals. I hope that she can build on this and use her vocabulary actively.
Amy did not have the right book at the beginning of the class. As we went through the activities her behaviour deteriorated futher. I did have to repremand her for this. Amy is a very bright student with a lot of capability, however she does not always apply herself as she should.
Amy’s behaviour in class today was disapointing. it is clear that she did not note any of the vocabulary or finish her sentences. The homework was also not done. She point blank refused to get involved with two of our activities.
Amy’s behaviour left a little to be desired in class today. She was not very focused and rather loud. However at the end of the class she did focus more on learning the new breakfast vocabulary.
Amy was a little unfocused in class today. Eventually we were able to complete the module. We will be moving on creating more elabourate sentences next week. Homework this week: Describe the cats and dogs on pg 36
Amy was very loud in class today. She didn’t do her homework, so we had to review in class. Describe your favourite hobbies- finish each sentence with a hobby we learnt in class J’adore………. J’aime………… Je préfère…… (2 hobbies) j’aime……..mais je préfère….. Je n’aime pas…. Je déteste……..
Amy is a very positive student in class and she always shares her ideas and responds the teacher in a prompt manner. She could usually keeps her camera on and concentrates on the sessions. Amy has a good understanding about each text and could read them fluently without many errors. She always finishes her homework in time. It would be good if Amy could start to meorize some words every day.
Amy needs to engage and focus on the tasks in the book. She tends to get distracted easily. However she does have a very good understanding and grip of grammar points; Homework: page 31 excel
Amy is lively and needs a more physical, less book orientated class. She has good proniunciation but needs to work of building sentenses and not getting distracted. Homework: 5 sentences talking about daily routine.
Amy was very loud in class today, which can sometimes cause problems for Allan. She with well with the days of the week, but needs to work on critical thinking and building on her knowledge to create her own sentences. Homework: Finish off the clocks worksheet.
Amy did well in class today, she build on her vocabulary that she already knew and learned how to tell the time in French
Amy does have good retention of French, though sometimes she does not want to apply herself. Her Ipad was not charged for class today which lead to some delays in teaching
Amy did not do as well on the final exam as hoped. Unlike other students in the class she did not even attempt the final section, which was optional, however both her classmates completed it and got full marks. I feel Amy is very confident vocally, but as she prefers not to write notes in class, her written French and retention are limited. Next term I will be actively reinforcing the vocabulary with writing exercises to help Amy retain the words and sentences as we learn. Revision of numbers, family members, and AVOIR AND ETRE!
Amy did a great job in her final exam of Joyful Reader, she answered all the questions in a correct manner. The only error is regarding capitalised letters and punctuations. She needs to know the correct way to write a sentence in English. Amy is a very proactive student in class during the whole term. She always participates different activities in class and always interacts with the teacher. She also puts a lot effort in her homework. Well done.
Amy was much better in class today.
Amy needs to focus more in class. She is very lively and does have the capacity to produce high quality French, however sometimes she gets distracted and can’t bring it to mind. We will work together to activate that knowledge. Didn’t do the homework but we will do it in class.
Amy got all of the words correct in the vocabulary test but she needs to work harder on the meanings of the words.
For this week’s homework, the student needs to:
1. Finish all the exercises on pages 95 & 97. 2. Listen to the audio of this week’s words explained. Alternatively, the student could read out loud the English explanation for each word in our topic spelling list once every two days. 3. Learn how to spell the words in the topic spelling list using the LOOK-SAY-COVER-WRITE-CHECK method.
Amy got 9 out of 10 words correct in the vocabulary test. Amy should improve her pronunciation of the words we learn in class with the audio reference provided.
1. Finish all the exercises on pages 91 and 93. 2. Use a red pen/pencil to correct your answers on pages 59,61,63,65 and 67. 3. Read out loud the English explanation for each word in our topic spelling list once every two days. 4. Learn how to spell the words in the topic spelling list using the LOOK-SAY-COVER-WRITE-CHECK method.
Amy was very distracted in class today. She doesn’t appear to take notes. Therefore I am working on a way of monitoring their written output. She has a lot of potential knowledge, but does not seem to retain it so well. Working on the things we learn in class during the week will help.
Amy gets destracted in class, and though she has the potential she needs to focus on practicing what she learns. Behaviour has on the whole improved on last week.
HOMEWORK: Finish Number sheet started in class. Page 27 of CAP SUR 1 Practice the activities 1. Se presenter 2. tu as quel age?
The student got all of the words correct, very well done !
Finish all the exercises on pages 85, 87 and 89.
Read out loud the English explanation for each word in our topic spelling list once every two days.
Learn how to spell the words in the topic spelling list using the LOOK-SAY-COVER-WRITE-CHECK method.
The student got all of the words correct, very well done !
For this week the student needs to:
Amy only got 4 out of 10 for the vocabulary test.
Finish all the exercises on pages 77, 79, 81 and 83.
Correctly copy out the words that the student got wrong in our vocabulary test 10 times each.
Finish all the exercises on pages 69, 71, 73 and 75.
Amy got 9 out of 10 for the vocabulary test.
Correctly copy out the words that you got wrong in our vocabulary test 10 times each.
Amy was not in the best frame of mind today. I did have to stop the class to ask her what was wrong, and perhaps due to connection problems she did not return for the last 20 minutes. She was distracted and seemed not to want to built on last weeks progress. I have spoken to her about this class and that I was unhappy with her behaviour. From then on she did better. we will reinforced this weeks class next week as well.
Amy already has some knowledge of french and worked through the tasks quickly and efficiently.
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