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The student . . .

 is an enthusiastic learner.

 tackles new challenges seriously/eagerly and with a positive attitude.

 uses common sense to problem solve independently and in a positive manner.

The student . . .

 stays focused on the task at hand.

 completes work with quality in mind.

 is a self-motivated worker.

 demonstrates hard work and produces quality results.

 actively engages in working carefully and conscientiously.

 follows directions.

 is able to transition easily from one activity to the next.

Communication

The student . . .

 effectively participates in a range of conversations

 expresses her own ideas clearly and persuasively.

 is an active participant and an active listener

 asks and answers questions that demonstrate understanding.

 asks questions or seeks clarification when needed.

 listens well and shares ideas frequently.

The student . . .

 retells events from a story in a sequential manner.

 reads closely to determine what the text says explicitly and makes logical inferences
from it.

 goes back to the text and cites evidence to support conclusions drawn from the text.

 has a good sense of story structure. She's able to identify the setting, characters,
problem, and solution.

 describes characters in a story and explains how they impact the story.

 analyzes how two or more texts are similar.


 uses taught reading strategies well to gain meaning, especially . . .

 uses strategies such as making connections, asking questions about the text, and
inferencing to aid their comprehension.

 has very good fluency and intonation.

 reads dialogue with expression.

 uses text features and search tools to efficiently locate information relevant to a given
topic.

 uses information gained from illustrations to demonstrate understanding of the text.

 reads and comprehends informational texts, including those for science and social
studies.

 chooses books that are at her “just right” reading level.

 has very good reading stamina. The student is able to read for ___ consecutive minutes.

 works well and participates in small, guided reading groups.

The student . . .

 conveys her thoughts and ideas clearly.

 The student

 has a well-developed vocabulary.chooses words with care.expresses ideas clearly

 can make a logical and persuasive argument.

 listens to the comments and ideas of others without interrupting.

 The student was very good. Today we learned to say "I'm ....and ...how are you " We also
learned to say "I am fine and good morning and good afternoon."The student did not have any
problems understanding the words and actively participated in the class. Keep it up!

 The student was very good. He/ She is an enthusiastic learner.Today we talked about
the rooms in the house. We learned to say "living room, bedroom, kitchen, etc.." The
student did not have any problems understanding the words and actively participated in
the class and he/she is able to transition easily from one activity to the next. . The
student has a well-developed vocabulary, chooses words with care, expresses ideas
clearly.

Keep it up!