Reading And Writing Report Card Comments

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WRITING comments

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)
___________ writes simple sentences revealing appropriate use of punctuation, and understanding of the posed question. (P)

Writing sentences that accurately express ideas is a challenge for ___________. (N)
___________ must carefully proofread and edit all work that is to be handed in for marking. (N)


___________ is encouraged to work on the development and organization of ideas in written work. (N)

READING report card comments

___________ correctly describes [retells] (few/ some/ most/ all ) of the facts, ideas, events, details and information. (G)

___________ reads variety of novels at his/her functioning level independently, and (often/ always/ usually ) choses appropriate reading material. (P)

Interpreting what has been read, and finding supporting evidence, continues to be (is often ) a challenge for ___________. (N)


___________ understands what has been read through the use of strategies (with much/ some/ little ) success and (much/ some/ no ) teacher or peer stance. (G)

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