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Lake Joondalup Baptist College

Semester 1 Report 2016

Academic Progress Report

Megan Rawlings
Connect 11J

School Curriculum and Standards Authority Number 23009332

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Megan Rawlings Lake Joondalup Baptist College
Semester 1 Report 2016

Report Explanation for Students

The Semester 1 Academic Progress Report is a summary of student learning over the first semester in each of the Learning Areas
studied. The Report will give important academic information on the following aspects of learning as reported by the course teacher.

Achievement Within Course:


This is the final summative grade of all assessments, including examinations (where applicable) completed by the student in this
course over the first semester. This grade is the student's official record of academic achievement from LJBC for this grading period.
All grades are reported against the grade related descriptions for Individual Courses of Study.

Examination Mark:
If this mark appears on the report then it is an important aspect of the learning in the course and the teacher wishes to highlight the
student's performance in their examination.

Course Mark:
If this mark appears on the report it is designed to show the summative result in all of the learning tasks that the student has submitted
during the assessment period, expressed as a percentage. Once again the teacher is highlighting the student's achievement across all
learning in their course by including this mark.

Learning Area Grade:


This table provides the summarive Grade level for the year of the student.

Practical Courses only:


Practical Courses which have a practical assessment component will also reflect the practical mark separately:

Examination Mark (Semester 1 Report Examination)


Semester Mark (Summative result of written (including examination) and practical assessments for Semester 1 Report)
Grade (Summative grade of all written (including examination) and practical assessments for Semester 1 Report)
Practical Mark (Summative result all practical assessments during Semester 1 Report)

Learning Attributes:
There are three attributes which are recorded on a six point scale:

Excellent
Highly Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Limited Progress
Cause for Concern
Not Applicable

Organisation and preparation


This aspect of the report concentrates on a student's preparation for class, the way they conduct themselves upon entering a class, the
effort they apply to their class work and homework, the organisation of their files, materials and tools for class and their organisation
and preparation of their draft, unpublished and published work.

Responsibility for own learning


This aspect is reporting on the way that a student approaches learning in the Learning Area classroom and the quality of the student's
learning as displayed in their bookwork, classroom participation, cooperative learning, homework as well as their focus on learning in
the particular subject.

Cooperation and courtesy


This aspect of the report will reflect all or some of the following points:

the student's attitude towards and cooperation with their classmates;


the student's contribution to the learning environment;
the student's cooperation with their teacher, other adults in the class at any time or visitors to the class and;
the courtesy the student shows towards the people in the classroom and the learning environment.

Teacher comment/Target for next Semester:


Please read the teacher's comments carefully in conjunction with the marks and grades described above.

Penelope Houghton
Dean of Studies

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Megan Rawlings Lake Joondalup Baptist College
Semester 1 Report 2016

11 Christian Education Nnamdi Nwagboh

Achievement within Course Rating

Course Grade A

Semester Mark 88

Performance Criteria Rating

Organisation and preparation Excellent

Responsibility for own learning Excellent

Cooperation and courtesy Excellent

Teacher comment/Target for next semester

During this semester students analysed the Ten Commandments and the movie Exodus: Gods and Kings while
summarizing life lessons we can learn from Moses and explored the concept of love and relationships from a Christian
perspective. Megan has achieved an excellent grade and is commended for the mature disposition she demonstrated
as we explored various concepts and ideas in the subject. I encourage her to participate in class discussions.

Year 11 Biology ATAR Vanessa Budas

Achievement within Course Rating

Course Grade C

Examination Mark 50

Semester Mark 58

Performance Criteria Rating

Organisation and preparation Highly Satisfactory

Responsibility for own learning Highly Satisfactory

Cooperation and courtesy Highly Satisfactory

Teacher comment/Target for next semester

Megan is a polite and friendly student who displays a positive attitude towards her learning. I was pleased with the way
she approached the Multiple Choice section in her examination but it was evident that she struggled with the Extended
Answer section of the paper. I would encourage Megan to continue to make notes for each topic and apply herself to
going over them regularly. By practicing the correct terminology she will find it easier to give comprehensive answers in
the future which will improve her results.

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Semester 1 Report 2016

Year 11 Certificate I in Hospitality Kirstin Hamera

Performance Criteria Rating

Organisation and preparation Excellent

Responsibility for own learning Excellent

Cooperation and courtesy Excellent

Teacher comment/Target for next semester

This semester, Hospitality students worked to complete units on safety, hygiene and preparing simple dishes. They
have prepared a wide variety of recipes using essential skills and techniques. Megan is progressing towards
demonstrating the unit competencies. She is a friendly and enthusiastic member of the class. Megan's mature attitude
and independent work habits are a credit to her. She has used her time in class productively and maintained a
disciplined approach to her work. Megan is a pleasure to teach because of her positive attitude.

Year 11 Children Family and the Community


Michelle McLean
ATAR

Achievement within Course Rating

Course Grade B

Examination Mark 68

Semester Mark 78

Performance Criteria Rating

Organisation and preparation Excellent

Responsibility for own learning Excellent

Cooperation and courtesy Excellent

Teacher comment/Target for next semester

Megan has applied herself to all aspects of Children, Family and Community in a mature and responsible manner. She
is a diligent student who tries hard in all assessment tasks and asks for assistance when required. To potentially
improve on this grade, Megan will need to show more detail in written work including her examinations.

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Semester 1 Report 2016

Year 11 English ATAR Caren Roodt

Achievement within Course Rating

Course Grade C

Examination Mark 55

Semester Mark 62

Performance Criteria Rating

Organisation and preparation Excellent

Responsibility for own learning Excellent

Cooperation and courtesy Excellent

Teacher comment/Target for next semester

Megan actively engages in working carefully and conscientiously to improve her English skills and she is to be
commended for her sound attitude to her studies. I encourage her to read and view a wide range of texts in order to
broaden her experience of genres and conventions. Exposure to a variety of text types will assist Megans
comprehension skills and better equip her to deal with unfamiliar texts in the Comprehending Section of the
examination.

Year 11 Health Studies ATAR Andrea Orlowsky

Achievement within Course Rating

Course Grade B

Examination Mark 65

Semester Mark 72

Performance Criteria Rating

Organisation and preparation Excellent

Responsibility for own learning Excellent

Cooperation and courtesy Excellent

Teacher comment/Target for next semester

Megan is a pleasure to have in the classroom. She is an industrious student whose work is of a very high standard.
Megan demonstrates an excellent attitude to all class work and seeks clarification when needed. She shows a sound
understanding of the concepts related to community and global health, and achieves excellent results in take-home
assessments. Megan takes feedback well and is already working towards improving revision strategies and examination
preparation ahead of next semester.

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