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Mock Report Card Assignment

Charlotte Bayliss
Student: Exceeds Expectations
Social Responsibilities/Work Habits
Is friendly, considerate and helpful
Produces quality work
Listens and maintains focus
Takes care of personal belongings and school materials
Follows classroom and school rules and routines
Follows directions
Solves problems in a peaceful way
Manages time effectively
Tries new things and takes risks

Term 1
Exceeding
Exceeding
Meeting
Meeting
Meeting
Meeting
Meeting
Exceeding
Exceeding

Language Arts Oral Language


Engages in speaking and listening activities for a variety of purposes
Stays on topic to demonstrate deeper understanding
Uses descriptive words to explain, inquire, and compare
Retells stories/experiences in a logical sequence
Uses strategies such as asking questions and making connections when
interacting with others
Demonstrates use of structures and patterns of language (rhyme, word,
families)

Term 1
Meeting
Meeting
Exceeding
Meeting
Exceeding

Language Arts Reading and Viewing


Engages in reading/viewing activities for information and pleasure
Reads appropriate texts with fluency and accuracy
Uses a variety of word strategies to make sense of reading
Makes sense of reading/viewing using a variety of thinking strategies (such
as predicting, connecting, questioning)
Demonstrates understanding of material read in a variety of ways
Uses structures and patterns of language to make meaning (story elements,
book features)
Reflects on own reading/viewing to progress as a reader

Term 1
Exceeding
Exceeding
Exceeding
Meeting

Language Arts Writing and Representing


Uses writing/representing to share personal experiences, feelings, idea,
information
Discusses writing/representing before, during, and after writing activities
Uses writing strategies before (generating ideas), during (referring to word
banks) and after (adding details)
Uses the conventions of writing (spaces between words, capitals, spelling,
punctuation)
Reflects on own writing/representing to progress as a writer

Term 1
Meeting

Mathematics
Uses mathematical language to communicate understanding
Understands and applies concepts taught
Uses problem solving strategies
Recognizes, continues and creates patterns of increasing complexity
Able to demonstrate an understanding of number concepts
Represents, compares, describes and estimates quantity

Term 1
Meeting
Meeting
Exceeding
Meeting
Exceeding
Meeting

Meeting

Meeting
Exceeding
Meeting

Meeting
Meeting
Exceeding
Exceeding

Science
Understands concepts taught this term
Communicates scientific observations using, oral, visual or written
representation

Term 1
Exceeding
Meeting

Social Studies
Understands concepts taught this term
Communicates understanding using oral, visual or written representation

Term 1
N/A
N/A

Health and Career


Is aware of own interests and strengths
Sets goals for personal growth
Identifies and uses problem-solving strategies to make appropriate choices
Understands the importance of healthy life choices and personal safety
issues

Term 1
Acquired
Accomplished
Acquired
Acquired

Fine Arts
Visual Arts: Demonstrates skill development
Visual Arts: Creates communicates and responds through visual arts
Music: Demonstrates skill development
Music: Creates, communicates and responds through music
Dance/Drama: Creates, communicates and responds through dance/drama

Term 1
Exceeding
Exceeding
N/A
N/A
N/A

Physical Education
Participates in activities
Demonstrates skill development
Demonstrates safety and fair play

Term 1
N/A
N/A
N/A

Comments, Goals and Ways to Support Learning:


Exceeding is a polite and helpful student who typically tries her best. She is a capable leader and learns
well independently and on group situations. Exceeding enjoys answering and asking questions in class
discussions and is always eager to share her stories and connections. Exceeding is an engaged reader
and though her reading competency would indicate she is completing her practice reading at home, she
rarely submits her Weekly Home Reading Worksheets. On the rare occasion Exceeding does not
complete an assignment or task it is more likely due to social interactions with her neighbouring
students than an inability to complete the task. Exceeding is a valued member of the class community
and has shown leadership when given the opportunity. Exceeding has taken our newest student to the
class under her wing and worked to make her feel welcome and at ease.
In the area of Social Responsibilities/Work Habits this student:

manages her time effectively


produces neat work and organized materials
works well independently and in groups
easily meets expectations of interpersonal skills necessary to build positive relationships
expresses understanding of the traits of a positive community member
is able to apply positive interpersonal skills to her own social interactions
recognizes and implements effective conflict resolution strategies

In the area of Language Arts this student:

has well developed spelling and language skills


demonstrates a robust vocabulary
scores well in her spelling activities and weekly quizzes
expresses ideas clearly orally as well as in writing
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creates writing samples that have purpose and stay on topic


works within the context of her personal writing to self correct and challenge herself.
uses oral language to summarize, make inferences, and draw conclusions from literature
communicates full understanding of the elements of Character, Setting and Plot in story
is developing understanding of the role of the elements of beginning, middle, and end in story

In the area of Math this student:

demonstrates understanding of number concepts, including, skip counting, pattern recognition


and use, place value and number facts to 20.
a solid understanding of numerous addition strategies when working with 2 and 3 digit sums
a growing competency with addition of 2 and 3 digit sums involving regrouping

In the area of Science this student:

demonstrates curiosity about the natural world


demonstrates an understanding of biodiversity in her local ecosystem
shows awareness of how human beings and the environment are interconnected
continues to build understanding of how her own actions impact the environment and other
organisms
is able to make observations about living and non-living things in the local environment
is able to transfer and apply learning to new situations

In the area of Art this student:

can apply learned skills, understandings, and processes in new contexts


expresses feelings, ideas, and experiences in creative ways
demonstrates increasingly sophisticated application and/or engagement of curricular content
creates artistic works collaboratively and as an individual, using ideas inspired by imagination,
inquiry, experimentation, and purposeful play
continues to explore shape, pattern, contrast and 3-dimentional form