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ORAL COMMUNICATION comments:
Communicates (shares/expresses) ideas, opinions, thoughts and feelings with (little/ some/ much) clarity and confidence.(G)
___________ requires urging to use verbal expression and engage in class discussions.(N)
PROOFREADING and EDITING comments:
___________ has made (some/much) progress in area of writing conventions but spelling, punctuation and grammar continue to be a significant challenge. (P,N)
Editing own work is a difficult task for ___________ but he/she has been observed working diligently on this part of the writing process.(N,P)
Writes (few/ one or more/ numerous) simple sentences that contain appropriate punctuation. (G)
(with teacher assistance/ with some assistance/ often/ successfully) completes written assignments.(G)
WRITING PROCESS comments:
___________ arranges ideas into paragraphs with (some/ much/ great deal of) teacher guidance, supervision, and assistance. (G)
___________ is encouraged to work on the development and organization of ideas in written work.(N)
All words must be proofread and edited for spelling errors in the work that is submitted for evaluation. ___________ has made progress in learning how to spell high frequency words in class. (P)
Spelling errors, sentence structure, and independent proofreading remain areas that require attention and remediation.(N)
READING COMPRENSION comments:
___________ understands what has been read through the use of strategies (with much/ some/ little) success and (much/ some/ no) teacher or peer stance. (G)
Continued opportunities to re-tell what he/she has read, in proper order, would be of benefit.(N)
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