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COMMENTS: Behavior 1=#N consistently makes good choices in all parts of the school day. 2=#N is able to separate work and social times. 3=#N is polite to adults and peers in and out of the classroom. 4=#N manages #h feelings and emotions well in the classroom. 5=#N reacts appropriately in adverse situations. 6=#N is a role model for our class with #h good behavior. 7=#H still needs to work on #Behavior during class. 8=#N #when distracts those around #m. 9=#N #when needs redirecting to focus on work rather than socializing. COMMENTS: Communication 1=#E effectively participates in a range of conversations with diverse partners. 2=#E builds on others ideas and expresses #h own clearly and persuasively. 3=#E is an active participant in small group discussions. 4=#E is an active participant in large group discussions. 5=#E is an active listener and important member of group discussions. 6=#E asks and answers questions that demonstrate understanding. 7=#E ask questions or seeks clarification when needed. 8=#E listens well and shares ideas frequently. 9=#E shares appropriate and relevant information. 10=#E listens to the ideas, opinions, and comments of others without interrupting. 11=#E responds appropriately to others comments during partner/turn-and-talk time. COMMENTS: DescriptiveGradingConcepts

1=#N demonstrates limited understanding of science concepts through #h application and performance. 2=#N demonstrates reasonable understanding of science concepts through #h application and performance. 3=#N demonstrates solid understanding of science concepts through #h application and performance. 4=#N demonstrates deep understanding of science concepts through #h higher order application and performance. COMMENTS: Grade Level Work Descriptors A 1=#E is making more than adequate progress and all or almost all learning goals are met. 2=#E successfully completes open-ended tasks with high quality work. 3=Test scores indicate a high level of understanding of skills and concepts. 4=#E demonstrates a sophisticated and well articulated understanding of science concepts through high order application and performance. 5=#N's assignments are complete, of a high quality, demonstrate high levels of application and critical thinking and well organized. 6=#N regularly uses higher level thinking skills like synthesis and evaluation to demonstrate deep understanding. #E uses proper vocabulary to add details and often connects new concepts to prior knowledge by creating new ideas. 7=#N accurately follows all of the stages of investigation. #E clearly communicates their findings using data tables, graphs and written description. Completes work individually and takes an active role as a team member. #E also evaluates #h own performance and takes responsibility for a safe work environment by knowingly preventing accidents. 8=#N Draws valid conclusions based on available information and uses creativity and imagination to suggest plausible solutions. #E also uses an identified strategy to solve problems and evaluate options. COMMENTS: Grade Level Work Descriptors B 1=#E is making adequate progress and most of the learning goals are fully or consistently met. 2=#E completes open-ended tasks, but needs support in dealing with ambiguity. 3=Test scores indicate a good grasp of skills and concepts. 4=#E demonstrates a developmentally appropriate understanding of science concepts through application and performance. 5=#N's assignments are generally complete, thorough, and organized. 6=#N demonstrates an understanding of the material by remembering and explaining concepts accurately. #E occasionally connects new concepts to prior knowledge by creating detailed metaphors. 7=#N accurately follows most of the stages of investigations. #E communicates findings using data tables, graphs and written descriptions and mistakes do not affect the integrity of the investigation. 8=#E completes work individually, but may play a passive role as a team member. 9=#E draws logical conclusions based on available information. #E suggests plausible, but predictable solutions and uses strategies to solve problems. 10=#N reflects when reminded to do so and demonstrates a general awareness of their surroundings. COMMENTS: Grade Level Work Descriptors C 1=#E is making marginally adequate progress and some of the learning goals are fully or consistently met. 2=#E needs support to complete open-ended tasks. 3=Test scores indicate satisfactory acquisition of skills and concepts. 4=#E demonstrates a basic understanding of science concepts through application and performance. 5=#N's assignments are generally complete, but quality, thoroughness, and organization vary.

6=#N's deas may not be expressed precisely due to word choice or lack of vocabulary, but a basic understanding is evident. Some attempt is made to connect new concepts to prior knowledge by creating simple metaphors. 7=#E follows most of the stages of investigation. #E communicates #h findings using data tables, graphs or written description but mistakes may affect the integrity of the investigation. 8=#N completes work with some guidance. #H usually watches team mates complete tasks. 9=#N loses track of time and needs focusing to complete scientific tasks. 10=#N is easily distracted by others and needs focusing to complete scientific tasks. 11=#N distracts others and needs to be focused to complete scientific tasks. 12=#N draws conclusions based on minimal information. #E suggests solutions, but may they not be plausible or the problem solving strategy is unclear. COMMENTS: Grade Level Work Descriptors D 1=#N is making less than adequate progress and only a few of the learning goals are fully or consistently met. 2=#N needs support to begin and/or complete tasks. 3=Test scores indicate weak acquisition of skills and concepts. 4=#N demonstrates understanding of science concepts through application and performance that is marginally short of expectations. 5=#N's assignments are widely varied in quality, thoroughness, and organization. 6=#N's ideas are expressed inaccurately or misconceptions exist. Vocabulary is often misused or there may be a lack of evidence. #N struggles to connect new concepts to prior knowledge. 7=Follows few of the stages of investigation. Data tables, graphs or written description do not clearly communicate the investigation process. 8=#N has difficulty completing work individually. 9=#N causes accidents, is unaware of group roles and responsibilities and #h actions or thoughts hinder the scientific process. 10=#H conclusions contradict available information. #E struggles to suggest plausible solutions or is unaware of problem solving strategies. COMMENTS: Intro sentence 1=#N has had a mixed year but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late. 2=#N has made steady progress throughout the term. 3=#N has not had the best second term and is still performing at a basic level. 4=#N has worked #StrengthOfWork throughout the second term. 5=#N has had #SampleRatingList and has worked #StrengthOfWork throughout the second term. 6=#N has shown #? over the course of the school year. 7=#N is a #StrengthOfStudent student and has worked #StrengthOfWork in the second term. 8=#N has made #howmuch progress in the second term. 9=#N has made steady progress throughout the year. 10=It has truly been a pleasure getting to know #N this year. 11=#N has made great progress across the curriculum since the beginning of the school year. 12=#N has made #yourlistnamehere academic and social progress this quarter. 13=#N has done a very nice job this quarter, taking pride in #h work and completing assignments with quality in mind. 14=It has been a pleasure having the opportunity to work with #N during #h 8th grade year. 15=#N has made very good social progress this term. 16=#N has made very good academic progress this term. COMMENTS: Personal Attributes

1=#N is an enthusiastic learner. 2=#N tackles new challenges seriously, eagerly and with a positive attitude. 3=#N arrives at school each day with a smile, ready to learn. 4=#N is an active participant in small group discussions. 5=#N puts evident effort into #h work as #e completes assignments with quality in mind. 6=#N shows perseverance in all #e does. 7=#N has many insightful ideas to share with the class. 8=#N's kind, caring, and friendly character makes #m a role model for classmates. 9=#H's cheery demeanor has made #m a friend to many in our classroom. 10=#N uses common sense to problem solve independently and in a positive manner. 11=#N is respectful of others. COMMENTS: Project-work sentence 1=#E has put a lot of effort into #h labs and project work and I was especially pleased with #h #ProjectWork assignment. 2=Project work and labs have been done to a minimum standard and are often handed in late. 3=#H project work has varied considerably however #h #ProjectWork assignment was #StrengthOfwork. 4=#E developed creative and innovative ideas to propose to the JIS administration to decrease overall energy consumption. 5=#E struggled to find creative and innovative ideas to propose to the JIS administration to decrease overall energy consumption. 6=#E developed plausible but predictable ideas to propose to the JIS administration to decrease overall energy consumption. 7=#H inquiry project about #? #? #AmountOfThought. 8=#E was #AmountOfParticipation group member while working on the #ProjectWork. 9=#N has planned, organized, completed and presented a very high quality research project about #?. 10=#N has planned, organized, completed and presented a quality research project #?. 11=#E pursues scientific investigations independently based on #h own interests. 12=#E observes carefully using all #h senses and can make valid conclusions based on those observations. 13=#N initiates and gets involved in activities that show concern and care for the environment and respect for living things. 14=#N demonstrates by #h actions concern and care for the environment and respect for living things. 15=#E should concentrate on the content in addition to the appearance of research projects. 16=#E needs assistance and practice in becoming familiar with scientific vocabulary. 17=#E needs to practice using more scientific vocabulary. COMMENTS: Sample project-work sentence 1=#E has put a lot of effort into #h labs and project work and I was especially pleased with #h #SampleProjectWork assignment. 2=Project work and labs have been done to a minimum standard and are often handed in late. 3=#H project work has varied considerably however #h #SampleProjectWork assignment was #StrengthOfwork. 4=#E developed creative and innovative ideas to propose to the JIS administration to decrease energy consumption. 5=#E struggled to find creative and innovative ideas to propose to the JIS administration to decrease energy consumption. 6=#E developed plausible but predictable ideas to propose to the JIS administration to decrease energy consumption. 7=#H inquiry project about #? was #AmountOfThought. 8=#E was #AmountOfParticipation group member while working on the inquiry project.

COMMENTS: Social Skills 1=#E is always willing to help a classmate. 2=#E values what others have to say. 3=#E treats others fairly. 4=#E gets along well with others in the classroom and/or on the playground. 5=#E is polite to peers and/or adults, in and out of the classroom. 6=#E takes the thoughts and feeling of others into account before speaking or acting. 7=#E handles disagreements with peers appropriately and diplomatically. 8=#E makes friends easily. 9=#E enjoys spending time with friends. COMMENTS: Summing-up sentence 1=#N has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. Well done #N. 2=#N has made steady progress throughout the year. 3=Overall, #N has gained a #? understanding of science concepts and should #? in high school. 4=#E has a strong science mind and should #? in high school. 5=#E would benefit from additional focus in class and should work on time management in order to be successful in high school science. 6=#N's behavior in class has #? and will #? as #e moves into high school. 7=#N has achieved a well-deserved Level #? overall. Well done #N. 8=#N has been #? to have in class, and I wish #m all the best at #h new school. 9=#N has grown to be a #StrengthOfStudent student and will #LevelOfSuccess in high school. COMMENTS: Work Habits 1=#H daily assignments are always completed in a timely manner. 2=#H homework is returned on time and is well done. 3=#E stays focused on the task at hand. 4=#E uses class time constructively. 5=#E consistently uses personal best effort on a daily basis. 6=#E completes work with quality in mind. 7=#E is a self-motivated worker. 8=#H hard work produces quality results. 9=#E is an inquisitive learner who enjoys analyzing situations and making new discoveries. 10=#E actively engages in working carefully and conscientiously. 11=#E pays attention to detail in daily work. 12=#E follows directions. 13=#E works independently and stays on task. 14=#E uses higher level thinking strategies to apply learned skills to new situations. 15=#H passion for science shows through with the resolve #e puts into every single assignment. 16=#E works very well with others in a group. 17=#E shows perseverance on challenging assignments. 18=#E is able to transition easily from one activity to the next. 19=#E stays focused on the task at hand and uses class time constructively. COMMENTS: Work Habits Neg 1=#E is often off task and distracts others. 2=#E would benefit from asking more questions for clarification and assistance. 3=#H does not complete assigned work. 4=#N must begin talking to teachers to ensure that #e understands what is asked of #m. 5=#N avoids doing daily work and does not make efforts to make up missing assignments. 6=#N has missed many assignments this term.

LIST: AmountOfParticipation 1=an excellent 2=a good 3=an average 4=a disappointing 5=a poor 6=actively invloved 7=moderately involved 8=sometimes involved 9=not involved LIST: AmountOfThought 1=thoughtful and thorough 2=considerable 3=minimal LIST: Behavior 1=staying focused 2=distracting others 3=taking notes 4=following directions 5=using time wisely 6=collaborating with others 7=asking deep questions LIST: BLP 1=resourceful 2=reflective 3=resiliant 4=relate 5=resourcefulness 6=reflectiveness 7=resilience 8=relating LIST: Dispositions 1=collaboration 2=empathy 3=listening 4=imitation 5=planning 6=revising 7=distilling 8=meta-learning 9=absorption 10=managing distractions 11=noticing 12=perseverence 13=questioning 14=making links 15=reasoning 16=capitalising LIST: engagement 1=strong 2=committed

3=committed and driven 4=contentious and motivated 5=curious and motivated 6=lackadaisical and distracted 7=distracted LIST: HowMuch 1=great 2=little 3=some 4=very little LIST: LevelOfSuccess 1=be very successful 2=easily succeed 3=have little trouble 4=do well 5=be able to meet the expectations 6=struggle to meet expectations 7=face many challenges LIST: ProjectWork 1=Conserving Energy at JIS 2=pendulum lab 3=mini inquiry 4=astronomy scale model 5=inquiry project LIST: RatingList 1=an excellent 2=a good 3=an average 4=a disappointing 5=a poor LIST: SampleRatingList 1=an excellent 2=a good 3=an average 4=a disappointing 5=a poor LIST: StrengthOfStudent 1=strong 2=committed 3=committed and driven 4=contentious and motivated 5=curious and motivated 6=lackadaisical and distracted 7=distracted LIST: StrengthOfWork 1=diligently 2=hard 3=up to standards 4=infrequently

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