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 William always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, William can seldom keep the camera on. William is interactive to communicate and shares ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, William can always engage in most of the sessions. William has put much effort in learning Science. In the final exam, William has demonstrated good understanding of Science. It is recommended that William could focus more on the… Read more »
William has performed incredibly 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. William also performed incredibly well on his exam, getting a near perfect result. William is encouraged to continue his already effective study habits, as well as… Read more »
William is an enthusiastic and capable student. He has developed good writing skills and his argumentative essay was particularly well written and supported with good evidence. He also used a number of persuasive strategies to get his opinion across. In the past five weeks we have covered a number of different writing styles which William has understood well. Each week a topic is chosen from the text book, and William practices his reading, comprehension, grammar and spelling. He reads fluently and is able to comprehend difficult words. William is required to read news articles each day so that his knowledge… Read more »
William has continued to improve in his English writing. Each week he completes his homework on time. His writing is becoming more and more creative and his ideas are more developed and plentiful. When he proof reads he picks up errors but he should continue to do his own proof reading during and after writing without prompting. During class time Will is engaged and focused. Well done Will.
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 William always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, William seldom keep the camera on. William is interactive to shares ideas with the teacher and peers. He is able to answer questions with his creative ideas, and he always try to solve problems by his own way. Apart from that, William can always engage in most of the sessions. He has the passion for the programming. William has put much effort in learning about working with list… 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 William always participates sessions in a timely manner. During the sessions, William can frequently keep the camera on. William is interactive to communicate and shares ideas with the teacher and peers. Apart from that, William can always engage in most of the sessions. William has put much effort in learning science. It is recommended that William could focus more on the following aspects: 1. pay more attention to scientific terminology 2. don’t be afraid to present… Read more »
William has full attendance in this term. He is very active in the class, and he always asked questions about the things which he would be unsure. He has many creative ideas, and he explained his ideas very clearly. In this term, he has learnt the knowledge about program design and the introduction of AI. William is able to wirte some fuctions to tackle the problem. He may need to keep learning and practicing programming to make his skills improvement.
William is a model student and continues to improve on a regular basis. He actively engages in class discussions and with other students. He has successfully completed Term 3 and achieved an above average mark for the exam. Well done William
William always does his homework and his writing is improving every week. We have been working on poetry, dialogue, and science fiction writing. William is getting better at planning, but could still think a little more about the overall logic and outline of his stories before he begins. His “Choose your own adventure” story was excellent and I really enjoy the humour and creativity he brings to his writing.
William has demonstrated excellent learning attitude in this term’s science class. He was always actively engaged in class activities and discussion and could ask meaningful questions relating to science. 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, William did an excellent job this term. Keep up the good work 🙂
William did incredibly well on his Term 3 Mathematics exam. He is recommended to read questions carefully and brush up his knowledge on ‘The Sine Rule’ and Bearings. But overall, William has worked incredibly well and hard this term and he should be proud of his effort.
William 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. William is encouraged to complete practice questions and revise more at home so that he makes more positive strides in Mathematics.
William keeps on improving and his performance is above satisfactory. He engages well in class discussions and his homework is always complete. Well done William keep up with the good work.
William was usually very active in class and participated in class discussions and activities. He always asked related yet very creative questions that could challenge everyone’s thinking and understanding which I really appreciate. One thing William can improve in future is try to learn and remember as much scientific words from class as possible so that he can understand the questions from the quiz better. Overall, William has done very well over the past few weeks. Keep up the good work 🙂
William has attended all the classes. He shows his interest in Python programming. He is very active in the class. He has many creative ideas and contributes to the programs. He might be a little bit slow of typing, which makes him consuming more time on coding. Overall, William did a great job in Python class.
Will completed his homework and worked well on his Choose your own Adventure story. He’s continuing to improve his grammar and punctuation.
Will completed his homework: a very good story about a real life event. We worked on his grammar and punctuation. Homework for this week is to write me an email.
Today William and I worked on descriptive writing. He continued to expand his vocabulary. His homework is to start a true account of a real life event. The opening paragraph much describe the scene/ environment as vividly as possible.
Based on William’s exam paper, he needs to be careful with non-finite verbs, especially some fixed phrases, such as, look forward to doing. Besides, please be mindful with the following aspects: 1. v. to do e.g. phone somebody to do something 2. hear somebody do something 3. Past Perfect Tense 4. furniture (uncountable noun) 5. in space 6. school (means something you do at school); the school (means the building) Moreover, please have a look at the units regarding articles ‘a, an, the’.
William was enthusiastic about his writing today – very pleased with his participation.
William is highly engaged in the class, pay attention to the class content and actively involved in the class activities. His academic performance is extraordinary and he is learning with great curiosity.
William 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.
William is extremely hard working and focused. He is a role model in class and impressed me a lot with his growth and improvement this term. He achieved great results in the examination and I am very proud of him. Well done William!
William did extremely well on his semester 2 exam. He almost got 100%. He is recommended to look over his notes and improve his knowledge and understanding of data collection as those questions were the questions he lost marks in. But he did extremely well and should be proud of his achievements in semester 2.
William 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).
William did incredibly well today and has a good understanding of Pythagoras’ Theorem.
Homework: Complete ALL set worksheets.
William 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
William completed his homework and worked well in class. He was open to corrections and asked questions. Homework for this week is to write a mini-saga and definitions for new words.
William is always focused in the class. Impressive!
William 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
William 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)
William has asked many creative questions today. Very good.
Will was attentive and asked questions when he didn’t know vocabulary. He also explained well the help he is looking for. His work on the fables was well executed and timely.
William is really engaged in the class, with sharp mind and strong curiosity.
William 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
William is highly engaged in the class, and always curious about the deeper meaning behind scientific facts.
William is highly engaged in the class, always curious about the deeper meaning behind the knowledge.
William 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
William displayed a good understanding of the topic of sequences.
William did very well in his final Mathematics exam. He got 28 out of 32. That’s 88%. He is recommended to read questions carefully and double check his answers.
William got 20 out of 20 on the vocabulary test. Very well done.
Assignment: 1. Finish the rest of the exercises on page 119,121, and 123. 2. Finish the extra exercise page sent via email
William got 18 out of 20 on the vocabulary test. Well done. Assignment 1. Finish the rest of the exercises on page 119,121, and 123.
William is always curious about the logic behind English grammar; he is motivated to learn more despite the lack of self-discipline. William is ready for harder tasks. For this particular class, he showed more respect to the class and managed to concentrate better than he used to do.
William was active in the class and provided a creative solution for the task. Very good.
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