The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. Can recognize more characters 2. Can write long sentences assisted by the teacher 3. Can use and write correct pinyin tones Louisa always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Louisa can always keep the camera on. Louisa is interactive to communicate with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, Louisa can always engage in most of the sessions. Regarding the homework, Louisa always hands in it and it is obvious to tell that Louisa could answer 90% in a correct manner. Louisa has… 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. Louisa always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Louisa always keeps the camera on. Louisa is positive and enthusiastic to share ideas with the teacher and peers, Louisa always attends all the class activities. Apart from that, Louisa frequently engages… Read more »
From week 1 to week 5 Louisa has done amazing! She always participates in a timely manner and during every session she keeps her camera on. She always interacts with her classmates and her teacher and she is engaged in every lesson. Regarding the homework, she frequently does it and it is obvious to tell that Louisa could answer 90% in a correct manner. She has put a much effort in learning the following: Clothing (vocabulary, games…). Comparative/superlative Storytelling (using adjectives, different characters, answering: who, when, why, what…) Use of different verb tenses Technology Zero conditional Movie: guessing what will… Read more »
From week 6 to week 10, Louisa performed well, and she can complete tasks very quickly, in good quality. But from the test, it can be seen that Louisa needs to pay attention to writing Chinese characters and pinyin tones. She can read pinyin but she doesn’t know what the specific tone of the pinyin. So this is the key part we will improve in future studies.
Louisa is a very diligent student and has successfully completed Term 3. She achieved an above average mark for the exam but it could have been better if she was given the opportunity to prepare. Louisa is easily distracted and I urge her parents to allow her privacy to join sessions. Well done Louisa!
Louisa is very active in class and always attends sessions on time and she is very enthusiastic about 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. Louisa always finishes homework with high quality and sometimes she is careful with the homework. But it would be great if Louisa could practice handwriting. Louisa 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… Read more »
Louisa has improved a lot for this recent five weeks and I am happy to see her progress. Since our level has been improved and become difficult, what she needs to do is doing more reviews after class. She can re-read all the pages we have learned before and re-write the characters.
Louisa engages well during the class sessions and her homework is always completed. Her discipline needs some attention, it would help if Louisa could be more focused during sessions and sit in a quiet controlled environment. Parents please assist with this.
Louisa is very energetic and active in class. She always contributes her creative ideas to the class and she frequently communicates with the teacher and other classmates. She could finish her homework in a timely manner with high quality. Sometimes she might be distracted by other students or something really interests her. But she could mostly focuses on the session. Well done.
Louisa did a great job in her final exam of Joyful Reader. She answered all the questions in a correct manner. What she needs to improve for next term is that it is necessary for her to accumulate more vocabulary and get ready for future needs. Louisa is always very proactive in class and always responds straight away. Well done.
Louisa has improved a lot on reading and recognizing Chinese characters, and she is able to read the pinyin correctly. According to the exam paper, for the future learning, we will focus more on writing characters, both new characters and old ones, so that she can write the words from memory easily.
Louisa has improved a lot in Term 2 and she achieved great results in the exam. She is more focused during sessions and has learned to be more patient. Overall Louisa is far ahead for her age and she excelled in Speech during this term. Great work Louisa!
Louisa is quite involved in our class, and please remember to do reviews after clas.
Louisa is really involved in our class, and her writing, recognizing and reading improved a lot.
Louisa can read more characters in Chinese, and she is willing to complete her works in good quality. Louisa needs to pay attention to pinyin.
Louisa was still very active in class and tried to answer all the questions for the exam. But I haven’t received Louisa’s reading homework for the whole term.
First time to have online Joyful Reader, very excited. Louisa had a lot of fun and concentrated more in the session.
7th March, 2020 – Absent.
Louisa did a great job in class and got to know some new information regarding Colosseum.
Louisa keeps all her strength and she would like to offer help to her peers as well.
Louisa has been a very positive student in class.
Louisa was active during class and she was willing to participate in our activities. She needs to do some reviews at home because her writing in Chinese needs to be improved.
Louisa is willing to participate in our classroom activities, and she becomes better at writing Chinese characters.
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