The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: Investigate and use square roots of perfect square numbers Equivalent fractions / simplifying and comparing fractions / converting mixed to improper fractions To be able to identify 2D and 3D shapes Round decimals to a specified number of decimal places To be able to capitalise sentences The past, present and future continuous Tense Commonly misspelt words Phonics: w,v,ll,l,u,r,h,b and j Kevin always participates in sessions in a timely manner. He is interactive to communicate with the teacher and he is always polite to the teacher and his peers. Apart… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: Equivalent fractions / simplifying and comparing fractions / converting mixed to improper fractions To be able to identify 2D and 3D shapes Four operations of whole numbers To be able to capitalise addresses To be able to tell phrases apart from a sentence To separate the main structure (subject and predicate) of a sentence from the modifiers Phonics: s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k Kevin always participates sessions in a timely manner. He is interactive to communicate with the teacher and he… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: Maths terminologies Present & Past Simple Tense Vocabulary: synonyms Punctuation and capitalised letters. Kevin always participates sessions in a timely manner. He currently has a low level of English learning and he has limited English vocabulary. But he puts some effort in learning it and he sometimes does his homework and hands it in on time. His English would be better if he can have more regular practice, he really needs to listen to the audio and reads more about it. He makes fewer mistakes than before,… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: looping in a list program design user input if statements reuse of code snippets Kevin always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Kevin can always keep the camera on. Kevin is interactive to shares ideas with the teacher and peers. He is able to answer questions with his creative ideas. Apart from that, Kevin can always engage in most of the sessions. He has the passion for the programming. Kevin has put much effort in learning handling user input. It is recommended that Kevin could focus more on the following aspects: try to debug by himself Be… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. Various of Japanese words. 2. Nationality. Year old.Food. 3. Greeting. 4.Hiragana Kevin is the brightest student who always easily understand the pronunciation points. Apart from that, he will get much better if his homework tasks were completed. He needs to focus on memorising new vocabularies. I never see his homework. Kevin, please keep going!!! Don’t forget your homework. Learning a language, the vocabulary is a basic and essential part. During the sessions, he always keeps the camera on. He is good and interactive to communicate with the teacher and… Read more »
Kevin has full attendance in this term. He shows his interests in programming. He did a great job during the encryption and decryption project. He is the only one solved all the puzzles by himself. His passion drives him to learn and write code positively. He is active in the class and he also had good interactions with his classmates. The only thing Kevin needs to be aware of is that he needs to pay attention to his typing, which caused him many errors. Overall, Kevin did fantastic work in this term.
Kevin has complete all the sections of this Term3 and he remains focused on the activity at hand. He always attends sessions in a timely manner and frequently interacts with the teacher. What is more, he has tried hard to learn Japanese however, he didn’t finish all the homework. Even sometime I send couples of time to remind Kevin of read write listen more daily. During Term3, we have learnt: (1) Vocabulary around 200 new words which includes Vegetable& Fruit 50 words+ 40 Food words. Number fromゼロ～じゅう～せん千～まん万.+30 Animal words+ Nationality人じん and languageご語 words＋ Emotions 30 形容詞adj. words + time reference… Read more »
Kevin has attended all the classes. He shows interest in programming. His programming skills improved very quickly. This is his second term of learning Python, and he is able to identify some common concepts of programming. He also demonstrates his ability to solve complex puzzles. He is active in the class and often asks creative questions.
Kevin is getting much better recently, he has built a better understanding about the digraphs and syllables, he could memorize English words in a faster pace although he is confused with the order of some letters. He is engaged in class very well and he always interacts with the teacher so he has improved some skills in English reading as well as spelling. It would be great if Kevin could speak English more in class. Well done.
Kevin Li responds appropriately when corrected and he remains focused on the activity at hand. (1)For this term’s learning point, he has learnt as below that is the point he takes responsibility for his learning and get progress. ひらがな、長音、濁音、半濁音、拗音、促音 復習。For increasing vocabulary he has learnt more words of ひらがな at around 250. Total 30vegetable words. 40 Food words. Number fromゼロ～じゅう。Greeting phrases in Japanese. 10 Colour words. 10 animals words. nationality and language words. Grammar point, for example, particle を、と、の、はect. ～は～です。～は～じゃないです。～は～ですか。こそあどseries, Shopping in Japan phrases. (2)Kevin needs to pay more attention to the 濁音、半濁音。拗音、促音。and try to push himself harder to remember the… Read more »
Kevin worked incredibly well today, however he is reminded to follow teachers instructions.
Homework: Complete the set worksheet and correct the answers.
Kevin has displayed his interest to our class only after week 5. He learned to annotate the text and follow instructions. He always does his homework even though there are many mistakes. The next step is to work on these mistakes. However, his major problem is the low level of English skills in Vocabulary that results in low marks in his Reading and Writing tasks. It would be beneficial if he has one-to-one classes with only an English Speaking Teacher, so that he doesn’t depend on Chinese for instructions and constant support and learn to develop other skills for comprehension.… Read more »
Unfortunately, Kevin did not do too well on the exam. He is encouraged to reread and complete questions on fractions, measurements, transformations, and reflections to improve his knowledge and understanding. Additionally, he is kindly advice to complete his work more neatly.
Kevin 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).
Kevin enjoys do Japanese pratices with teacher during Class.However, He was not well prepare each class. Mayebe need attention for his time managerment. He can do better if he could have completed assignments in the time allotted. This week he make a bit progress of remember small yayuyo. And we finished the number together. Homework: Number From 1-20
Kevin unfortunately did not work satisfactory today. He was late for the online class, as well as logged off and failed to return back after 40 minutes. He only sat 20 minutes of class-time.
Homework: Complete the worksheet
Kevin exhibits a positive outlook and attitude in the Zoom classroom even he needs more time to study the basic Hiragana. I am happy to see Kevin get used to make Japanese memo. And this week we finished Small yayuyo. and DAKUON.. However he didn’t do last week homework. And didn’ t try to watch any Japanese movie animation probram . I hope he can try to do more this week.
Homework: 5/19 作业【1-2】 5/20 作业【3-4】 5/21 作业【5-6】 5/22 作业【7-8】 5/23 作业【9-10】 5/24 作业【11-12】 5/25 作业【13-14】
Kevin was absent this lesson. Kevin needs to read chapter 9 in the textbook (pg 157) and complete the following for homework: Complete Level 1 (pg 172) – ALL Questions Complete Level 2 (pg 173) – ALL Questions Complete Level 3 (pg 174) – ALL Questions Complete Level 4 (pg 175) – ALL Questions Complete Level 5 (pg 176) – ALL Questions
Kevin worked incredibly well this lesson and displayed a good understanding of Fractions. However, Kevin needs to ensure he logs into class on time.
Homework: Complete Level 1 (pg 188) – ALL Questions Complete Level 2 (pg 189) – ALL Questions Complete Level 3 (pg 190) – ALL Questions Complete Level 4 (pg 191) – ALL Questions Complete Level 5 (pg 192) – ALL Questions
This lesson we still couldn’t finish the Yo- ON , Daku ON , Cyo- On . Kevin displays a good understanding of Japanese pronunciation and hand writing, but he needs to improve his focus and resist distractions. For the Hiragana he used 3 -4 weeks to remember AIUEO,KAKIKUKEKO, SASHISUSESO.
Kevin showed a good understanding of Number Patterns. Additionally, Kevin’s appears to be resisting distractions and improving his focus in class. Great job, Kevin.
Homework: Level 1 (pg 152) – ALL questions Level 2 (pg 153) – ALL questions Level 3 (pg 154) – ALL questions Level 4 (pg 155) – ALL questions Level 5 (pg 156) – ALL questions
Kevin hold varied interests on different areas but he has to focus on the one he ‘s learning. This week we keep on remembering the Hiragana but he is not well prepare each lesson.
Homework : Remember the hiragana From mamimumemo. naninuneno. And new words . 1×3 times.
Kevin displayed a good understanding of shapes and graphs, however, he needs to improve his focus as he is easily distracted.
Kevin appeared to have a good understanding of measurement, however he needs to focus more in class and resist distractions. Additionally, Kevin needs to improve his organization skills, as well as his ability to follow instructions as he regularly disregards them. Lastly, Kevin was logged off for more than 20 minutes during the online class.
Homework task: Complete ALL questions from Level 1 – Level 5 (pg 98 – 102)
Kevin displays a good understanding of geometry, but he needs to improve his focus and resist distractions.
Kevin remains focused on the activity at hand. Most of the time he needs some supoort in our Japanese Class .When we read aloud the sentence, he is excellent to follow up. Kevin seeks new challenges. I hope he can be better and better.
Kevin is kind and helpful to everyone in the Japanese classroom. He always try to read and answer the question . Very good. He can under stand koko . asoko. ect. And for further progress he need to finish homework Paper 1-25
Kevin holds many varied interests but he need to focus on the basic Hiragana knowleadge also write and read more. Everyone do the same things while they start to learn a language . Kevin need more patience and time on Japanese. I have pass some of our homework to Kevin hope he could finish next round.
Kevin is productive in class, however he needs to improve on his patience and accuracy. He needs to understand that he should not be working on how fast can he do the questions, yet he should focus more on accuracy.
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