The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: working with two dimension array list handle big data string concatenation handle complicated user input using many situations in if statements Maggie always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Maggie seldom keeps the camera on. Maggie is reluctant to shares ideas with the teacher and peers. She is a little bit of quiet in the class and did not ask questions frequently. However, she has good understanding of concepts of programming, and she can write the programs in a clear and concise manner. Apart from that, Maggie sometimes engage in most of the sessions. … Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. Subject and verb agreement 2. To be able to use pronouns correctly 3. To be able to identify parts of speech 4. Simple sentence patterns 5. To be able to recognise run-on sentence and sentence fragments as sentence errors 6. To be able to read narratives and informative text 7. How to write narratives 8. Algebraic techniques of level 9 mathematic ability Maggie always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Maggie can seldom keep the camera on. Maggie is interactive to communicate with… Read more »
The learning intentions from Week 1 to Week 5 are outlined as follows: 1. to understand how to examine literary texts, 2. to understand the context and plot of Animal Farm, 3. to analyse the characters in the novel Animal Farm, 4. to analyse the ways authors create meaning and illustrate themes. Maggie frequently participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, she seldom keeps the camera on because her camera is not working. Maggie is reluctant to communicate and shares ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, she sometimes engages in the sessions. Regarding the homework, Maggie… 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 Maggie always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, Maggie can seldom keep the camera on. Maggie is reluctant to communicate and shares ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, Maggie can sometimes engage in some of the sessions. Maggie has put much effort in learning science. It is recommended that Maggie could focus more on the following aspects: 1. ask questions when confused 2. don’t be afraid to present your voice… Read more »
Maggie is an enthusiastic student who always remains on task and consistently applies herself during each online lesson. In order to improve Maggie needs to ensure she exhibits the same amount of commitment outside of the online lesson and completes her home work. She has not completed any of her home work tasks this term.
Quadratic Algebra has been the focus in Mathematics this term. In the second half of the term we will be undertaking Quadratic Graphs.
Maggie has full attendance in this term. She is able to finish her work on time. She has learnt program design and AI in this term. Although she is unable to solve some complex puzzles in these programs, she can write some functions and debug by herself. She is not quite active in the class and did not ask questions frequently. Learning programming is a long process, Maggie may need to keep learning and focusing on the class.
Maggie successfully completed Term 3 and achieved a great result in the exam. She needs to engage more in class discussion and contribute more to topics. Well done Maggie
Maggie has once again excelled during Term 3. She continuously improves and her reading capabilities are excellent. Her reading comprehension has also improved a lot where she previously struggled to understand different texts. Well done Maggie keep up the good work.
Maggie has demonstrated a huge progress in this term’s science class. She was willing to engaged in class activities and discussions. However, she did not always turn on the camera in class. In her test, she demonstrated outstanding understanding in all types of body systems and was able complete the questions with a high standard. One thing she could improve in the future is to be more careful when reading the questions to avoid making unnecessary mistakes. Overall, Maggie did an excellent job this term. Keep up the good work 🙂
Maggie is an enthusiastic student who has successfully completed this term of Mathematics. Maggie asks questions or seeks clarification when needed. She should continue to do this. The topics covered this term are Indices, Measurement and Probability. Maggie only completed half of the homework tasks assigned to her. In order to improve Maggie should revise the topic Measurement including the concepts of surface area and volume of prisms. She should also aim to complete all home work tasks.
Maggie could sometimes participate some class activities with the teacher’s encouragement and she seldom interacts with the teacher and peers. Maggie is a nice girl and she always respects the teacher and her classmates. During Term 3, Maggie has learned the following from Intermediate Grammar session: 1. Relative Clause 2. Adjectives ending with ‘ing’ and ‘ed’ 3. The order of adjectives 4. Adjectives and adverbs ending with ‘ly’ Maggie did a better job in her final exam, she could master most of the learning intentions regarding Relative Clause but she needs to pay more attention to relative pronouns. It is… Read more »
Maggie is a diligent student who applies herself each lesson. Maggie has only completed half of the home work tasks so far this term. In order to improve Maggie needs to ensure she does not hesitate to ask questions or seek clarification when difficulties arise.
Maggie’s performance is consistently very good and she completes her homework and assessments on time. She needs to engage more in class discussions as she is very quiet. Her performance is satisfactory and she keeps improving. Well done Maggie.
Maggie has consistently shown improvement in the English reading class and her confidence has gotten stronger. To expand her vocabulary she needs to read for enjoyment outside of the class. She has submitted all tasks and homework on time. Well done Maggie! Teacher Shiree
Maggie was usually very quiet in Science class. She could obey class discipline very well and was usually able to answer the questions when asked. One thing Maggie could improve in the future is to try to be more confident and don’t be afraid to share your thoughts with the class. Overall, Maggie’s performance was satisfactory. Keep up the good work 🙂
Maggie has attended all the sessions. She is able to follow the pace of the study. She can understand the concepts of Python programming and is able to run the programs correctly. However, she got some issues with her computer and lost her programs sometimes. It will be great if she can do some programming by herself.
Maggie attended each session except Week 1. She could always log in punctually. She has a better understanding about learning intentions. It might be the reason why she is not really concentrated on the sessions, she always can’t respond promptly and does not know what is happening as well as what she needs to do. Although she turns on the video, it always faces the ceiling other than herself. She always needs the teacher’s reminder to hand in her homework. But she did good job on her homework. Nonetheless, mostly she only hands in Grammar homework without Vocabulary. It would… Read more »
Maggie did a good job for the exam of Intermediate English Grammar. She has a sound understanding about non-finite verbs except for some minor errors. Based on the exam paper, she needs to focus on how to use articles ‘a, an, the’ to strengthen her learning.
Maggie is engaged in the class activity and actively participated in the discussions. She paid attention to the learning content. However, she missed the end of term exam this term.
Maggie has improved during this term and achieved a good result in the examination. Her confidence has improved and she is more proficient in reading and writing. Well done Maggie. Reading for enjoyment will assist in broadening her confidence and vocabulary.
Maggie has improved tremendously in Term 2 and achieved a great result in the examination. She is always engaging in sessions and is a joy to teach. She needs to improve her comprehension of text by reading slower and pronouncing words correctly. Great job Maggie!
Maggie has successfully completed the topics Linear Graphs and Trigonometry this term. In order to improve Maggie needs to revise finding the rule of a linear equation from a graph. Maggie made effective use of the learning resources available to her by asking questions or seeking clarification when needed. Too many of Maggie’s home work tasks were not attempted this term.
Maggie is working well in French class. She performed well on her French test but needs to do a little more study in between lessons to keep up with her classmate.
Maggie did not complete her home work. The home work this week is 7.6 page 256 Q3bdfhjl, Q5bdfhjl; 7.8 page 267 Q6bdf
Maggie didn’t complete her homework today but she participated well in class and is improving week upon week. Homework for this week is to practice “aller” and prepositions as well as to add at least two sentences in the negative to her writing about herself.
Maggie did not complete her home work. The home work this week is 7.8 page 267 Q1cddhj, Q2bd, Q4bd.
Maggie is highly engaged in the class, and has her thinking and reasoning to the questions asked.
Maggie completed some of her homework and asked questions when she was stuck. She is in a group with a student who has studied French for longer, which is great, as she is challenged, but she may need to make sure she catches up a bit for homework. This week’s task is to learn the verb “aller” and to make sure she is confident with regular “er” verbs.
The home work this week is Ex 6.7 page 213 Q5, Q10, Q12; Ex 7.2 page 235 Q3.
Maggie was attentive in class today. Homework for next week: Practice 1-100 and telling the time Learn 10 new -er verbs – mini test next week Practice conjugating -er verbs – worksheet Add to writing about yourself using new verbs
Maggie was focused on the class today. However, she got some issues with her computer.
Maggie did not complete her home work. The home work this week is Ex 6.5 page 201 Q9, Q10, Q11; Ex 6.6 page 207 Q3bdfh, Q4.
Maggie is an active thinker and highly engaged in the class.
Maggie participated well in class today. She remembers a lot of what she has studied before, well done.
Maggie did not complete ehr home work. The home work this week is 6.4 page 200 Q8, Q14
Maggie was attentive in class today and demonstrated a keen interest in French. First lesson so no homework to check today.
Maggie did not complete her homework. The homework this week is 4.6 page 121 Q1bdfhjl, Q2bdfhjln.
Maggie is really involved in the class and always happy to participate!
“For some reason, I didn’t get Maggie’s email of her homework pages and vocabulary test paper, please send me again. Appreciated.
Assignment: 1. Finish the rest of the exercises on page 119,121, and 123. 2. Finish the extra exercise page sent via email”
“Maggie 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.”
The homework is 4.2 page 107 Q4dl, Q5dl, Q6dl, Q7dl, Q8dl; 4.3 page 110 Q1dl, Q2dl, Q3dl
Maggie needs more practice on reported speech since she only got 3 out of 9 questions correct on the class quiz. On the other hand, she performed well on the vocabulary test, which is 16 out of 20.
Maggie is competent to understand the article provided and ready to complete reading tasks with more complicated sentences. As for her vocabulary test, despite the occasional mispronounce of some vowels, Maggie could get most of the words in the list correct.
Maggie did not complete her homework last week. The home work to be completed this week is Ex 3.8 page 73 Q4lor, Q6lor, Q7cfi, Q8ilo; Ex 3.9 page 76 Q1fhj, Q2npr
Maggie did not complete her home work. The homework this week is Ex 3.5 page 62 Q4lnp, Q6hjl, Q8ilo, Q9cfi, Q10ilo.
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