Report Writing Teachers, Student Reports, How  to Write Student reports, Teachers Comment Database Report writing, Primary Secondary School Reports,

Report Writing: Comment Database for Teachers


Report Writing Teachers, Student Reports, How  to Write Student reports, Teachers Comment Database Report writing, Primary Secondary School Reports,
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Emergency teachers can be placed in a situation where they are required to assess, grade and report on a student’s academic and personal achievements. Without prior knowledge on report writing formats and vital areas of reporting it can be an arduous task. In the student achievement section of the report it is vital to include at least a few areas of academic success, no matter how minor the achievement may be. Every student has capabilities whether in oral presentations, gathering research for reports, working collaboratively within a group, information technology skills, reading, writing and so on. In the student achievement report writing section educators must not report on negative behavior but include positive statements of student success throughout the semester. Teachers are encouraged to mention specific units of work and the student’s achievement level. The opportunity to report on behavior and provide professional recommendations can be included in the areas of improvement components, as included in this document.

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What has the student achieved?
HIGH

•    {Name} has successfully completed all the essential components: Introduction to Commerce, Establishing a Business, Managing an Enterprise and Running a Business. The final component, Ecommerce Business Practices, required the successful completion of a major Ecommerce website business development project. Tests and all written components were thoroughly detailed utilising the necessary referencing procedure. The workbook was neatly presented with corrections being evident. All investigative projects and major essays were thoroughly researched and well written. The semester exam was completed at an excellent standard with a ---% result.

ACCEPTABLE

•    {Name} has adequately completed all the essential components: Introduction to Commerce, Establishing a Business, Managing an Enterprise and Running a Business. The final component, Ecommerce Business Practices, required the successful completion of a major Ecommerce website business development project. Tests and all written components were satisfactorily detailed utilising the necessary referencing procedure. The workbook was acceptably presented with corrections being evident. All investigative projects and major essays were adequately researched and structure.  The semester exam was completed at an acceptable standard with a ---% result.

BELOW AVERAGE

•    {Name} has completed the basic core components: Introduction to Commerce, Establishing a Business, Managing an Enterprise and Running a Business. The final component, Ecommerce Business Practices, required the successful completion of a major Ecommerce website business development project. Tests and all written components were briefly detailed utilising the necessary referencing procedure. The workbook was incomplete in certain sections. All investigative projects and major essays lacked the necessary research and structure.  The semester exam was completed at an acceptable standard with a ---% result.

NOT SUBMITTING WORK / ATTENDANCE

•    {Name} has not completed the majority of the core course components: Introduction to Commerce, Establishing a Business, Managing an Enterprise and Running a Business. The final component, Ecommerce Business Practices, required the successful completion of a major Ecommerce website business development project. Tests and all written components were completed at a below average level. The workbook and project assessment component was not submitted for assessment, although requested several times during the semester. The semester exam was completed at an acceptable standard with a ---% result.

ACCUMULATIVE ABSENCES / NOT SUBMITTING TASKS.

•    {Name} has not attempted or completed the essential components due to accumulative absences: Introduction to Commerce, Establishing a Business, Managing an Enterprise and Running a Business. The final component, Ecommerce Business Practices, required the successful completion of a major Ecommerce website business development project. Tests and all written components were not attempted. The workbook was not submitted for assessment, although requested several times during the semester. The semester exam was completed at a very low standard with a ---% result.

Areas requiring attention for future improvement.
•    {Name} could improve by carefully revising course contents before attempting topic tests.
•    {Name} could improve by allocating sufficient revision time before attempting topic tests.
•    {Name} could improve by recording specific dates to carefully revise before attempting topic tests.
•    {Name} could improve by utilising the daily planner for recording and revising material before attempting topic tests.
•    {Name} could improve by increasing {his/her} organisational skills in order to successfully complete all homework as expected for this year level.
•    An improvement is expected by concentrating and increasing overall class effort to achieve the best possible results.
•    An improvement is possible by implementing a structured homework routine and carefully revising classwork before attempting tests.
•    An improvement is possible by allocating specific research time in order to provide sufficient detail when attempting research projects.
•    An improvement is possible by concentrating on set tasks within the lesson and seeking assistance when required.
•    An improvement can be achieved by modifying {his/her} current attitude towards the subject and focusing on improving work ethics.
•    An improvement is possible by focusing on the challenging process of further investigative research to increase knowledge and provide a comprehensive foundation for further project work.
•    Project improvement is possible by further developing current research skills and applying new information in the most appropriate format.
•    Project improvement is possible by participating in a collaborative manner with other students when assessing and applying new material.
•    Project improvement is possible by carefully concentrating and applying effort through each individual stage when compiling the overall project.
•    Project improvement is possible by utilising the daily planner and making appropriate allowances to complete the set work by the due date.
•    An improvement can be achieved by attending the majority of classes in order to successfully complete all written components and to effectively prepare for tests.
•    An improvement is possible by utilising the daily planner and increasing organisational skills in order to bring the necessary texts and resources to class.
•    An improvement is possible by focusing on improving and completing individual tasks, instead of being distracted by class members.
•    An improvement is possible by focusing on improving and completing individual tasks, rather than distracting class members.
•    An improvement is possible by consistently completing set homework.
•    An improvement is possible by asking for assistance when encountering difficult content matter needing further explanation.
•    An improvement is possible by increasing class attendance.
•    An improvement is possible by increasing punctuality in attending classes and recording work or instructions required in order to complete classwork.
•    An improvement is possible by listening attentively during classroom discussion and asking appropriate questions in relation to work assessment tasks.
•    An improvement is possible by actively participating in classroom discussion and effectively applying information to work assessment tasks.
•    An improvement is possible by utilising the note-taking procedure to record course contents and being able to apply new information in specific work assessment tasks.

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