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COMMENTS: first term comments
1=#N is a pleasure to have in class. #E is capable of improving the quality of #h work. In addition, #N finds difficult to manage data-based questions in #subjects paper #?. #E must refine #h revision technique and do lots of exercises as an essential part of work to ensure a successful result in #h examination papers.
2=#N's diligent approach and keen interest are reflected in #h very good grade this term.  I am confident that #e will maintain this high standard of work to enable #m to be successful next term.
3=#Ns performance has demonstrated a good grasp of  the subject concepts. However, #e needs more reading at home from the textbook and #e will improve #h knowledge and conceptual understanding. Next term #e must improve #h class work and show me #e really is interested in  #subjects.
4=#N is underachieving. #H examination performance and assignments this term were weak. #E must revise (using past papers) and work harder afterschool if #e wants to be successful next term.
5=#N has not made the progress that I would have liked so far this term. #E has not been able to demonstrate that #e fully understands the subject. #N tends to lose focus during lessons. #E needs to maintain #h concentration throughout and in all areas of the programme. I am confident that, with continued effort and revision, #e will be very successful in #h exams next term.
6=#N is a pleasure to have in class. #E consistently completes all homework and assignments and continues to work hard to understand the concepts in IGCSE biology. I note, though, that #e struggles with parts of the curriculum in IGCSE biology. #E will need to receive extra support from the Resources Department if #e wants to improve #h grade next term.
7=#N is very responsible and has shown a high level of effort. #E has worked enthusiastically throughout this term in #subjects. I have no doubt that #N has the potential to pass the subject and achieve grades beyond an #subjects level #?, but this will only happen if #e is prepared to spend more time on #h studies.
8=#N is underachieving, in my opinion. #H examination performance and assignments this term were weak. #E must revise (using past papers) and work harder after school if #e wants to be successful next term.
9=#N has not made the progress that I would have liked so far this term. #E has not been able to demonstrate that #e fully understands the subject. #N is often distracted in class and will need to increase #h effort and show more responsibility towards #h studies next term.
10=#N is a pleasure to have in class. #E continues to struggle with the curriculum in #subjects.  However, #e is capable of improving the quality of #h work. #N is often distracted in class so #e will need to increase #h effort and show more responsibility as regards #h studies next term.
11=#N has not made the progress that I would have liked so far this term. #E has not been able to demonstrate that #e fully understands the subject. #N still is lacking the commitment to do better in #subjects. If #e doesnt change this attitude #e wont pass this subject. #E still needs to have a more detailed revision and practise with more past paper questions.
12=#N continues to struggle with the curriculum in #subjects. #N is not meeting assignments deadlines and during #h examination performance #e often leaves entire sections or questions blank on exams. #N still is lacking the commitment to do better in this subject. If #e doesnt change this attitude, #e wont pass #subjects.

COMMENTS: introduction
1=#Ns performance has demonstrated a good grasp of the subject concepts.  However #e needs more reading at home from the text book and #e will improve #h knowledge and conceptual understanding.
2=#N has made steady progress throughout the term. It is understandable that #N is adjusting to the demands of a new educational system, #e still needs to put more effort into this process.
3=#N is very responsible and has shown a high level of effort. #E has worked enthusiastically throughout this term in #subjects.
4=#N tends to lose focus during lessons. #E needs to maintain #h concentration throughout and in all areas of the programme.
5=#N is capable of achieving higher marks. Late, incomplete, or missing assignments contribute to #h effort marks and grades.
6=#N is a pleasure to have in class. #E always turns in homework and assignments on time. 
7=#N is pleasure to have in class. #E usually completes all assignments and homeworks and this is reflected in #h effort marks.
8=#N is a plesure to have in class. #E consistently completes all homework and assignments and continues to work hard to understand the concepts in #subjects.
9=#N is capable of achieving higher marks.  Low exam scores have contributed to #h marks.
10=#N continues to struggle with the curriculum in #subjects.
11=#N is a pleasure to have in class. #E always turns in homeworks and assignments on time and participates in class in a possitive manner.
12=#N is a pleasure to have in class. #E is capable of improving the quality of #h work.
13=#N is a plesure to have in class. However late or missing assignments are contributing to #h effort grade.
14=#N continues to struggle with the curriculum in #subjects. On the test #e got #?% and left entire sections blank.
15=#N has improved #h effort toward the end of this term
16=#N has demonstrated a good understanding and knowledge of the topics cover in #subjects. During the course #e has shown evidence of excellence and #h commitment to be a good student has made #m a pleasure to teach.
17=#N has been an enthusiastic and likable student. #E has demostrated that #h now has a good understanding.
18=#N has demonstrated that #h is an independent thinker with the ability to equire deeper into the topics covered on this couse.
19=#N is a thoughtful student who has worked hard to improve #h appreciation and application of topics covered in this subject.
20=#N has not made the progress that I would have liked so far this term. #E has not been able to demonstrate that #e understands the subject.

COMMENTS: project or effort
1=#E has put a lot of effort into #h project-work and I was especially pleased with #h #SampleScienceTopics assignment.
2=Project-work has been done to a minimum standard and is often handed in late.
3=#H project-work has varied considerably however #h #SampleScienceTopics assignment was excellent and has been displayed in reception.
4=#N often leaves entire sections or questions blank on exams.
5=#N has put a lot of effort in #h #subjects this term.
6=#N has grasped #SampleScienceTopics concepts with less dificulty than #?
7=#N will need to increase #h effort in #subjects.

COMMENTS: Summing-up sentence
1=#E also needs to improve the practical write ups in #subjects. This is one of my concerns for #h #subjects grade.
2=#N has achieved a Level #? overall. With a little more effort #e could reach Level #?.
3=#N has not had the best of starts this year and is still working at Level #?.
4=#E will need to recieve extra support from the resource deparment if #e wants to improve #h grade next term.
5=#N is often distracted in class will need to increase #h effort and show more responsibility towards #h studies next term.
6=#E participates in class discussions.  With continued effort and diligence I am confident #N can achieve #? next term.
7=I am confident that with continued effort and revison #e will be very successful on #h exams next term.
8=#N is one of the brightest students in class and should be getting an outstanding grade next term. 
9=#E must have a constant revision if #e wants to achieve a better grade next term.
10=#E still needs to have a more detailed revision and practice with more past paper questions.
11=Next term #e must improve #h classwork and show me #e really is interested in #subjects.
12=I have no doubt that #N has the potential to pass the subject and achieve grades beyond an #subjects level #?, but this will only happen if #e is prepared to spend more time on #h studies.
13=#E has had many absences during this first semester and I am concerned that #e may be missing important notes that #e will need when it is time to review for exams. I recommend that #e avoid missing school whenever possible and make a stronger effort to take detailed notes in class.
14=#N may want to consider getting a few tutoring sessions for improving #h knowledge and conceptual understanding in this subject .
15=If #N is to attain a better grade in this subject, #e needs to pull  #s more for the tests and meet assignments deadlines. I am concerned about #h absences.
16=#E still needs to revise thoroughly and develop more #h practical skills in #subjects.  There is still new learning to do but thorough revision and plenty of practice #e will attain a better grade.
17=#N still is lacking the commitment to do better in #subjects. If #e doesnt change this attitude #e wont pass this subject.
18=#N finds difficult to manage data based questions in #subjects paper #?. #E must refine #h revision technique and do lots of exercises as an essential part of work to ensure a successful result in #h examination papers. 
19=I am confident that if #e once more revises and practices with past paper exercises #e will achieve an average grade in #h mock examinations next January.
20=#E has a lot of gaps in #h understanding and #e is not meeting deadlines for assignments. #E needs to have a regular nightly revision and do more exercises to practice if #e wants to pass this subject in the mock session.

LIST: SampleRatingList
1=an excellent
2=a good
3=an average
4=a disappointing
5=a poor

LIST: SampleScienceTopics
1=heating and cooling
2=atoms and elements
3=solids, liquids and gases
4=electricity
5=cells
6=classification and cell structure
7=cell transport and enzymes
8=coordination and response
9=excretion
10=ecology and conservation
11=human physiology
12=plant tropisms
13=homeostasis
14=nervous system

LIST: subjects
1=IGCSE biology
2=IB biology
3=IGCSE
4=General Science 
5=Science
6=Extended Essay
7=Group 4 Project
8=Internal Assessment
9=paper 5
10=paper 3
11=paper s 2 and 3
12=paper 2


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