The learning intentions from Week 6 to Week 10 are outlined as follows: 1. chemistry – metals 2. chemical reactions 3. corrosion, burning and carbon cycle 4. energy Jack always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Jack can sometimes keep the camera on. Jack is interactive to communicate and shares ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, Jack can sometimes engage in some of the sessions. Jack has put much effort in learning Science In the final exam, Jack has demonstrated excellent understanding of Science. It is recommended that Jack could focus more on the… Read more »
Jack has performed quite well in Term 4 of Mathematics. He has worked hard and showed a good level of initiative. He has great potential and he works hard towards achieving it and should be proud of his efforts this term. This term, we have looked at index notation, index laws, negative indices, scientific notation, fractional indices and surds, expanding binomial products, factorization, ratios, scale drawings, rates, the unitary method, speed, and distance/time graphs. Jack also performed quite well on his exam. Jack is encouraged to continue his already effective study habits, as well as revise more at home and… Read more »
Jack is an enthusiastic student. Each week a topic is chosen from the text book, and Jack practices his reading, comprehension, grammar and spelling. Jack is working hard to improve his reading and fluency. He tries hard, but with English as a second language, it will take time for his reading to become more fluent. Jack is required to read news articles each day so that his knowledge of world events can be developed. This will also help to improve his reading and building up a vocabulary bank. He is working on weekly presentations of news items. This will assist… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. What are Index notation, how to use the Index Laws for multiplying and dividing, and the zero index and power of a power. 2. How to use Index Laws 3 and 4, what are negative indices, and how to perform scientific notation using significant figures 3. How to use fractional indices, what are surds, and complete simple operations with surds 4. How to expanding binomial products, finding the difference of two squares, and how to factorise the difference of two squares 5. How to factorise algebraic… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. human reproductive system 2. animal production system 3. periodic table Jack always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Jack can sometimes keep the camera on. Jack is interactive to communicate and shares ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, Jack can sometimes engage in most of the sessions. Jack has put much effort in learning science. It is recommended that Jack could focus more on the following aspects: 1. ask questions when confused 2. don’t be afraid to present your voice… Read more »
Jack has improved a lot in Term 3 and has successfully completed the sessions. He achieved a great result in the exam and his confidence has improved with regards to reading a loud in class and with actively engaging in class discussions. Well done Jack, keep on working on your reading and pronunciation by reading English books every day.
Jack has demonstrated a huge progress in this term’s science class. He was willing to engaged in class activities and discussions. However, he did not always turn on the camera in class. In his test, he demonstrated outstanding understanding in all types of body systems and was able complete the questions with a high standard. One thing he could improve in the future is to be more careful when reading the questions to reduce making unnecessary mistakes. Overall, Jack did an excellent job this term. Keep up the good work 🙂
Jack did quite well in his Term 3 Mathematics exam. He is recommended to read questions carefully to avoid making simple errors, as well as brush up his knowledge on ‘Trigonometric Ratios’ as it appears he mostly struggled answering those types of questions. But overall, Jack did quite well this term in Mathematics and should be proud of his achievements.
Jack shows a good level of progress in Mathematics. He is working hard and shows a good level of initiative. He has great potential and works towards achieving it. Jack is encouraged to complete practice questions and revise more at home so that he makes more positive strides in Mathematics.
Jack continuously improves and his performance is satisfactory. His confidence in class has improved, he participates in class discussions and his reading has become more fluently. His homework is always completed on time. Well done Jack
Jack was usually very quiet in Science class. He could obey class discipline very well and was usually able to answer questions when asked. One thing Jack could improve in the future is to try to be more confident and don’t be afraid to share your voice with the class. Overall, Jack’s performance was satisfactory. Keep up the good work 🙂
Jack has a better understanding about articles – a, an, the, but he still needs to be careful with some phrases. His grammar gradually improves comparing to previous terms. What he could do to improve is more about non-finite verbs, especially some fixed phrases, it is a good idea to summarize in a timely manner, for example, get used to doing, have no difficulty/trouble doing something, be afraid of doing something, look forward to doing something. Besides, please strengthen your understanding by regular revision.
Jack is very engaged in the class and he actively participated in all class activities. He is a quiet learner, but he learnt the learning content very accurate and achieved an excellent academic performance.
Jack worked incredibly well today and had a great understanding of Volume.
Homework: Complete Worksheet 1 (10E): Questions 1 – 5 Complete Worksheet 2 (10F): Questions 1 – 6 Complete Worksheet 3 (10G): Questions 1 – 5 Complete Worksheet 3 (10H): Questions 1 – 4 Make sure you double check your answers.
Jack has improved tremendously in term 2 and he achieved a acceptable result in the examination. He needs to participate and engage more in sessions and he needs to read more at home. I am pleased with his improvement but there are more areas that need work like reading fluency and vocabulary.
Jack did extremely well on his semester 2 Mathematics exam. Jack needs to remember to label his graphs. However, he did incredibly well on his exam and should be proud of his efforts this semester in Mathematics. He has worked hard and behaved incredibly well.
Jack worked well today. He is reminded to access the GOOGLE DRIVE and look over the powerpoints and re-do some of the worksheets/chapters he found difficult to improve his knowledge and understanding for the upcoming exam on Saturday (13/06/2020).
Jack did incredibly well today and has a good understanding of Pythagoras’ Theorem.
Homework: Complete ALL set worksheets.
Jack worked well in today’s lesson.
Homework: Complete Worksheet 1 (3G): ALL Questions Complete Worksheet 2 (3J): ALL Questions Complete Worksheet 3 (3K): ALL Questions
Jack worked incredibly well today and displayed an excellent understanding of writing and solving Linear Equations.
Homework: Complete Worksheet 1 (3A): Questions 1 – 11 Complete Worksheet 2 (3B): Questions 1 – 7 Complete Worksheet 3 (3C): Questions 1 – 5
Jack seemed to have a good understanding of Box-Plots but is recommended in completing practice questions to improve his knowledge and understanding.
Homework: Complete Worksheet 1: Questions 1 – 6 Complete Worksheet 2: Questions 1 – 6 Complete Worksheet 3: Questions 1 – 5 Complete Worksheet 4: Multiple Choice: Complete ALL Questions Short-Answer: Questions 2 – 7 (ignore the Standard Deviation questions) Extended Response: Questions 1 – 2 (ignore the Standard Deviation questions)
Jack is slighly quiet in the class, but he is engaged with questions.
Jack worked quite well today and displayed an excellent understanding of Data Distributions.
HOMEWORK: Complete Worksheet 1: ALL Questions 1 – 6 Complete Worksheet 2: ALL Questions 1 – 4 Complete Worksheet 3: ALL Questions 1 – 7 Complete Worksheet 4: ALL Questions 1 – 2 Complete Worksheet 5: ALL Questions 1 – 9
Jack did incredibly well today. It appears he has a great understanding of geometric sequences. He MUST read over the powerpoint and complete the following tasks: Complete Worksheet 1: ALL Questions 1 – 5 Complete Worksheet 2: ALL Questions 1 – 15 Complete Worksheet 3: ALL Questions 1 – 3 Complete Worksheet 4: ALL Questions 1 – 4
Jack displayed a good understanding of the topic of sequences.
Jack got 19 out of 32 in the MATH exam. That’s 59%. Jack needs to make sure he clearly shows his working out to improve, as well as practice completing worded questions.
“Jack got 20 out of 20 on the vocabulary test. Very well done. He is very diligent regarding his study.
Assignment: 1. Finish the rest of the exercises on page 119,121, and 123. 2. Finish the extra exercise page sent via email”
“Jack got 20 out of 20 on the vocabulary test. Very well done.
Assignment: 1. Finish the rest of the exercises on page 113,115,and 117.”
Jack applied himself very well during class. He is self-driven to learn, if only he could talk to the teacher more about the class content that he could not manage to follow. To be more specific, he needs to work on reported speech more.
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