Report book comments
Takes an active role in discussions. Never completes assignments in the allotted time. Needs to improve classroom attitude by learning to better collaborate with classmates.
Not only is your student strong academically they are a leader in the classroom. As we discussed in our last parent-teacher conference[your child's] attitude toward the basic skills is Use comments like: Your student comes to school each day prepared to work hard.
When it comes time to hand out your report cards, you can do so with the full confidence that you are doing yourself — and each of your students — the justice your hard work deserves.
Ideally, at some point prior to receiving the progress report, parents have already discussed the problem with you. And while no one at your school knows your students better than you do, writing valuable report card comments for each of them can be a huge challenge.
Sacrifices accuracy for unnecessary speed in his written work. Needs to actively participate in classroom discussion.
Final report card comments
This will help parents be prepared, and will also ensure that any important questions they may have are addressed before the final report cards are delivered. Further practice is needed in this area. Focusing on [important skill] is the next step. Is honest and trustworthy in dealings with others. Do you have sample report card comments to share? You will likely have more trouble completing comments for students who have multiple areas needing further improvement and attention. I can always count on … Not only is your child a strong student, they are a wonderful human being. Teachers can do their part by writing thoughtful, engaging comments. The hard work is paying off! Comprehends well, but needs to work more quickly. Use comments like: Your student comes to school each day prepared to work hard. One key feature is making the comment personal. Prodigy is a free, curriculum-aligned math game used by more than a million teachers in 90, schools around the world. It offers content from every major math topic from 1st to 8th grade.
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