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COMMENTS: A-Terminology 1=#E shows an excellent command of a wide range of terminology, and uses it appropriately. 2=#E shows #m understanding with an extensive range of relevant facts and examples. 3=#E seems very confident in using terms and concepts learned in class. 4=#E #frequncy uses terminology, facts and examples accurately and appropriately. COMMENTS: aGeneral 1=#N has been very active and engaged in Humanities class this semester and enjoys learning with #h classmates. 2=#N has taken a keen interest in Humanities this semester. 3=#N has studied very well in Humanities this semester. 4=#N has contributed consistently in Humanities this semester. 5=#N has been very conscientious though fairly quiet in Humanities this semester. 6=#N has been very active and enthusiastic in Humanities this semester. 7=#N has often studied well in Humanities this semester though at times #e has been distracted and unfocused. 8=#N has sometimes focused and on task and at other times has had difficulty using class time effectively. 9=#N has studied well this semester and continuously demonstrates a keen interest in Humanities. 10=#N has gradually developed #h study skills in Humanities this semester. 11=#N has been very conscientious though fairly quiet in Humanities this semester. 12=#N has gradually developed #h study skills in Humanities this semester. 13=#N has been somewhat reticent in class this semester, despite having opportunities to

ask questions and offer comments. COMMENTS: bDetail 1=#E has been very attentive and respectful in class and shows a great deal of maturity and responsibility in #h studies. 2=#H class participation has been extremely constructive and positive. 3=#H class participation and has been excellent and #e has been very constructive and positive in class discussions and activities. 4=#H participation in classroom activities and group study has been very good as #e has developed more confidence in #h abilities. 5=#E has been consistently attentive and respectful in class and shows a high level of maturity and responsibility in #h studies. 6=#E has gradually developed more confidence in #h abilities and is becoming more engaged in class activities and discussion. 7=#E has been fairly quiet and reticent in class despite ample opportunity to contribute to class activities. 8=#E has not yet realized #h potential in classroom study and group work as #e is often distracted by #h peers. 9=#E has been fairly quiet and reticent in class despite ample opportunity to contribute to class activities. 10=#H classroom participation has been generally positive though sometimes #h enthusiasm has gotten the better of #m and #e has lost focus. 11=#E has been somewhat shy and reticent in class despite having opportunities to ask questions and offer comments. 12=#E has sometimes had difficulty controlling #h enthusiasm in class and has which has affected the quality of #h study in class. 13=#E has tended to take a fairly passive role in class but has sometimes contributed to group discussions and activities. 14=#H classroom participation has been generally positive though sometimes #e has lost focus and been distracted in class. 15=#H organisational skills are good and #e shows a genuine interest in the subject, making efficient use of the Humanities website as a source for independent learning. 16= #N asks perceptive questions and contributes to class discussion and activities. COMMENTS: bStudy 1=#E shows an excellent command of a wide range of terminology, and uses it appropriately. 2=#E shows #m understanding with an extensive range of relevant facts and examples. 3=#E seems very confident in using terms and concepts learned in class. 4=#E #frequncy uses terminology, facts and examples accurately and appropriately. COMMENTS: bSuccess 1=#N has had a mixed term but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late. 2=#N has made steady progress throughout the term. 3=#N has made #SampleRatingList start to the year. 4=ss COMMENTS: c-Success 1=#E shows an excellent command of a wide range of terminology, and uses it appropriately. 2=#E shows #h understanding with an extensive range of relevant facts and examples. 3=#E seems very confident in using terms and concepts learned in class. 4=#E #frequency uses terminology, facts and examples accurately and appropriately. 5=#E shows understanding with an extensive range of relevant facts and examples. 6=#E shows accurate and detailed descriptions and #h explanations are fully developed. 7=#N's application of research skills are very effective and sophisticated. 8=#N shows very good conceptual awareness and understanding.

9=#N applies Humanities concepts very effectively in a wide range of contexts. 10=#N's application of Humanities concepts is very accurate and sophisticated. 11=#N demonstrates very good awareness and understanding of Humanities concepts. 12=#E can effectively apply investigating skills in #h projects and class study. 13=#E selects and uses a range of relevant information and shows a high level of critical analysis. 14=#E uses investigating methods accurately to collect and record information consistent with the research question. 15=#E applies investigating methods effectively and consistently. 16=#H presentation and expression are clear and #e effectively communicates relevant information. 17=#H investigating skills are highly developed and very effective. 18= #H note-taking skills are developing well and #e is also using a wider range of resources when researching for summative projects. 19=#H organization and presentation ability is very effective in both spoken and written form. 20=#E communicates relevant information in an appropriate and logical structure. COMMENTS: cStudy 1=#N has had a mixed term but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late. 2=#N has made steady progress throughout the term. 3=#N has made #SampleRatingList start to the year. COMMENTS: d-Success 1=#E shows an excellent command of a wide range of terminology, and uses it appropriately. 2=#E shows #h understanding with an extensive range of relevant facts and examples. 3=#E seems very confident in using terms and concepts learned in class. 4=#E #frequency uses terminology, facts and examples accurately and appropriately. 5=#E shows understanding with an extensive range of relevant facts and examples. 6=#E shows accurate and detailed descriptions and #h explanations are fully developed. 7=#N shows very good conceptual awareness and understanding. 8=#N applies Humanities concepts very effectively in a wide range of contexts. 9=#N's application of Humanities concepts is very accurate and sophisticated. 10=#N demonstrates very good awareness and understanding of Humanities concepts. 11=#E can effectively apply Humanities skills in #h projects and class study. 12=#E selects and uses a range of relevant information and shows a high level of critical analysis. 13=#H presentation and expression are clear and #e effectively communicates relevant information. 14=#H organization and presentation ability is very effective in both spoken and written form. 15=#E communicates relevant information in an appropriate and logical structure. COMMENTS: Development 1=Generally, #h organization and presentation has improved this semester but is still short of #h potential. 2=Generally, #N could benefit greatly from a more serious and focused approach to #h Humanities study. 3=Overall, #N has studied well this semester and continues to develop in #h study of Humanities. 4=Generally, #N is gradually developing #h study skills and abilities in this subject. 5=Overall, #N has continued to get the most from #h Humanities studies and has been very successful in #h learning. 6=#N could benefit most from more participation in class discussions and activities. 7=#N should focus on participating more in group study and class discussions. 8=#N should focus on developing #h communication skills in class discussion and

activities. 9=#N should focus on developing #h investigative skills in #h project research to further improve #h Humanities study in future. 10=#N would benefit from taking a more responsible and concerted approach to class study. 11=#N should focus on using class time more effectively to ensure #e keeps pace with the unit outcomes. 12=#N should continue to take an interest in #h studies to ensure future success in this subject. 13=#N should focus on supporting #h explanations and arguments with evidence and greater detail. 14=#N should focus on planning #h time during assessment projects to be sure that key elements are completed clearly and with appropriate structure. 15=#N's study skills and efforts in Humanities are exemplary and #e should continue to study hard in future. 16=#N should maintain #h excellent study habits to ensure continuing success in this subject. COMMENTS: Sample project-work sentence 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. COMMENTS: sSuccess 1=#N has had a mixed term but there are signs of improvement in #h behaviour of late. 2=#N has made steady progress throughout the term. 3=#N has made #SampleRatingList start to the year. 4=ss LIST: aUnits 1=Settlements 2=Singapore 3=Climate Change LIST: Development 1=an excellent 2=a good 3=an average 4=a disappointing 5=a poor LIST: frequency 1=seldom 2=rarely 3=usually 4=sometimes 5=often 6=frequently 7=always LIST: SampleRatingList 1=an excellent 2=a good 3=an average 4=a disappointing

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