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An improvement is possible by continuing to proofread written work for grammatical errors and by redrafting to improve the structure and overall quality of the writing. (Name) could improve by utilising the daily planner to appropriately allocate sufficient time in completing homework by the due date. Time dedicated to revision is essential before attempting exams.

(Name) is advised to take more care when proofreading his written work for spelling and punctuation. 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. Currently he is continually reminded to submit assessment tasks and only after repeated notices to submit his work does he make an effort to complete the work.

(Name) is encouraged to participate more actively in class discussions. He needs to take more care when proofreading his written work for spelling and punctuation. 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. (Name) should be prepared to ask more questions when unsure of any aspect of the course or work tasks. Time dedicated to revision is essential before attempting exams.

An improvement is possible by continuing to proofread written work for grammatical errors and by redrafting to improve the structure and overall quality of the writing. (Name) could improve by utilising the daily planner to appropriately allocate sufficient time in completing homework by the due date. Further improvement is possible by checking his work with his teachers more regularly, so that he is able to correct errors prior to submission and improve the quality of her work.

(Name) has a sound command of written expression and is encouraged to further improve the content and structure of her writing with a greater emphasis on the planning and drafting stages of the writing process. (Name) works cooperatively in groups, however she needs to develop a voice so that her views and ideas can be heard.

(Name) is a diligent and dedicated student who has successfully completed work requirements at a high standard. She could further improve her work by continuing to apply effort and provide informative textual responses supported with evidence showing a high level of understanding of plot, characterisation and themes. She has demonstrated a consistent capacity to recognise features of written arguments and was able to substantiate a viewpoint. (Name) is advised to continue contributing regularly and meaningfully to small group and whole class discussions. Well done.

(Name)  requires to allocate sufficient time in utilising the drafting process to submit work of a higher quality. Currently she is continually reminded to submit assessment tasks and only after repeated notices to submit her work does she make an effort to complete the work. This has been an ongoing issue and (Name) must make a serious attempt to correct this habit. Further improvement is possible by checking her work with her teachers more regularly, so that she is able to correct errors prior to submission and improve the quality of her work. Time dedicated to revision is essential before attempting exams.

(Name) could improve by applying a more determined effort to increase the volume of work done, both in class and at home, in order that her results will more accurately reflect her ability. Her organisational skills need improvement, to ensure that tasks are completed in a timely manner. (Name) could improve by being punctual and focused and attentive in class.

(Name) can improve by applying effort and concentration towards identifying the key issues in a topic, taking notes and providing supporting detail and evidence for opinions. This will greatly assist his cause in continually improving the overall quality of his work. Further improvement is possible by applying effort towards editing and proofreading for clarity, cohesiveness and consistency of style. Time dedicated to revision is essential before attempting exams.

(Name) text study demonstrated a sound comprehension and thematic understanding of the novel. His written work shows evidence of proofreading and editing and is encouraged to further improve written expression by attempting more descriptive and complex sentences. (Name) works quietly and productively in class and usually completes all set homework. He is encouraged to further improve the content and structure of his writing with a greater emphasis on the planning and drafting stages of the writing process.

(Name) is working towards identifying and analysing how the use of language varies depending on audience and purpose. A further improvement is possible by applying focus on editing and proofreading for clarity, cohesiveness and consistency of style. Time dedicated to revision is essential before attempting exams.

(Name) has been encouraged to give more attention to the presentation of his written work. He needs to improve his writing style in order to make it legible. (Name) delivered a good oral presentation and can improve further by focusing on the oratory skills involved and with a greater effort in the planning and rehearsal process.

I would encourage (Name)to continue maintaining a thoroughly up-to-date workbook with comprehensive notes. He has an acceptable command of written expression and is encouraged to further improve the content and structure of his writing with a greater emphasis on the planning and drafting stages. (Name) must apply additional effort to improve the neatness of his handwriting.

(Name) is a diligent and dedicated student who has successfully completed work requirements at a good standard. She could further improve her work by continuing to apply effort and provide informative textual responses supported with evidence showing a high level of understanding of plot, characterisation and themes. She has demonstrated a consistent capacity to recognise features of written arguments and was able to substantiate a viewpoint.

 

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