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Report Card Comments:Teacher Created
The following Report Card Comments were created by and some are used by educator David Spencer each semester when completing report cards. You may see a list of school wide comments here.


Attendance and Promptness Comments

7- Regular attendance for each class and handing in assignments weekly would provide $ with beneficial learning opportunities.

137 - Regular attendance for each class will provide $ with much needed practice time to learn acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keyboard and digital recording. (AMU3OG Music)

8- $ has shown an interest in the course material, however, arriving to class on time would provide the full benefit of class lectures and discussions.

228 - 9 a.m

229 - 1 p.m.

Attitude Comments

62- $ is encouraged to be more self-directed.

63- $ will benefit from a more positive approach to learning.

64- $ will benefit from demonstrating interest and curiosity in opportunities for new learning.

65- $ will benefit from working with care or attention to detail.

126- $ has shown determination and a commitment to follow through.

191 - $ has attended very few Canadian Geography classes this semester and has not submitted coursework. @@ is encouraged to attend class on a regular basis, attend tutorial and hand in work for evaluation. Tutorial dates are Mondays 1-3 p.m., Tuesdays 9-11 a.m., Wednesdays 1-3 p.m. and Fridays 9-11 a.m.


192 - $ has attended very few Travel and Tourism Geography classes this semester and has not submitted coursework. @@ is encouraged to attend class on a regular basis, attend tutorial and hand in work for evaluation. Tutorial dates are ...


193 - $ has attended very few Canadian and World Issues Geography classes this semester and has not submitted coursework. @@ is encouraged to attend class on a regular basis, attend tutorial and hand in work for evaluation. Tutorial dates are ...


194 -$ has attended very few Canadian Law classes this semester and has not submitted coursework. @@ is encouraged to attend class on a regular basis, attend tutorial and hand in work for evaluation. Tutorial dates are ...


195 - $ has attended very few Health classes this semester and has not submitted coursework. @@ is encouraged to attend class on a regular basis, attend tutorial and hand in work for evaluation. Tutorial dates are ...

196 - $ has attended very few Native Studies classes this semester and has not submitted coursework. @@ is encouraged to attend class on a regular basis, attend tutorial and hand in work for evaluation. Tutorial dates are ...



Communication Skills Comments

76- $ demonstrates extensive command of the various forms of communication.

77- $ communicates information and ideas with clarity and precision.


Courses

AMU3O Music

Music Theory

Music Theory Worksheets

53- $ demonstrates an understanding of music information, ideas, concepts, and themes.

138 - @@ needs to complete and hand in the music theory sheets. Please see me for extra help during class or during my tutorial period.

Music Field Trips

- Trip A -library

- Trip B -store

- Trip C -radio station

Culminating Unit

140 - $ has completed # CU progress check 1 only. Please see me for some extra help.

Music Performance

54- $ spends quality time learning guitar, bass and keyboard. @@ does not hesitate to seek assistance with fingering, sequences or music theory.

57- $ needs to spend some time practicing guitar, bass and keyboard. @@ also needs to work with the GargeBand software to develop # music production skills. Please see me to book some rehearsal time outside of class.

139 - In order to develop # music production skills $ should spend more time creating music with our digital music recording computer software. Please see me to book some studio time during my student tutorial period.

124- $ displays natural musical ability and hand eye coordination. @@ should consider pursuing music lessons to help # gift develop.

134 - In order to build # confidence in performing on acoustic guitar, $ is encouraged to jam along with guest musicians.

135 - In order to build # confidence in performing on electric bass guitar, $ is encouraged to jam along with guest musicians.

136 - In order to build # confidence in performing on keyboard, $ is encouraged to jam along with guest musicians.

157 - $ approaches music with a postive attitude. @@ is encouraged to focus, be more self-directed, accomplish tasks independently, seeking teacher assistance when appropriate. During class @ needs to practice guitar, bass and keyboard and hand in homework consistently. $ is encouraged to remain on task, not distract # peers and use the planning process and steps for completing # music culminating unit.

Music Attendance

137 - Regular attendance for each class will provide $ with much needed practice time to learn acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keyboard and digital recording.

156 - $ will benefit from demonstrating an interest and curiosity in this music course. @@ should attend prepared to learn, practice each musical instrument and risk discovering opportunities for new learning. $ is encouraged to attend class regularly, hand in work on a regular basis and is advised to attend weekly tutorial sessions from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. in room 14 on Wednesdays.

CGC1P9: Geography of Canada

2- $ understands geographic concepts and strives to do # best on all assignments.

12- $ has shown a keen interest in the concepts and issues studied in this geography course.

14-$ has shown tremendous insight into the complex issues and politics affecting our world.

34- $ has shown that @ understands many of the migration, social, religious and economic issues studied in this world geography course. Have a safe summer and best wishes for September.

231- $ demonstrates an understanding of the impact of climate factors on the environment and associated populations. @@ provides clear concise answers and demonstrates required critical thinking skills for this Canadian geography course. $ will benefit from working on coursework for homework and weekly during tutorial time on Tuesdays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

236 - $ has demonstrated # understanding of the relationship between subduction zones and earthquakes in this CGC1P9 geography course. @@ can accurately transfer data to create a map with a legend and label landform regions. @@ is encouraged to share # geographic knowledge with # peers. $ will benefit from working on coursework for homework and weekly during tutorial time on Tuesdays from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.

259 - $ does # best to understands geographic concepts. @@ strives to do # best on all assignments in this Canadian Geography course. ## Country connections, Map of Canada, Map of Canadian water bodies, maple syrup making T-shirt and reflections on our coursework activities were completed to the best of # ability. $ always made positive contributions during our round table discussions and @ demonstrated required critical thinking skills. To reach the high mark desired, @ should continue completing Canadian Geography coursework for homework at least three nights per week.

CGF3M: Physical Geography

210 - Using a world map, $ is able to explain the location of political boundaries in preparation for discovering the global distribution patterns of major physical features such as the Ring of Fire.

211 - While working on # scrapbook assignment, $ is able to summarize the location, cause and damaged from current physical geography events including hurricanes and recent tornadoes in North America.

212 - $ is developing skills to analyse how hurricanes and earthquakes affect human activity.

232- $ demonstrates an understanding of locations of hurricanes, tornadoes and tsunamis while researching for # Physical Geography Scrapbook. @@ is also familiar with the formation of the aurora borealis, desertification and igneous rock. During class, $ focuses on what needs to be done, asks questions and does # best on each unit. In order to complete this physical geography course on time, $ should also attend tutorial time each week on Tuesday from 9-11 a.m.


CGG30: Travel and Tourism

218 - $ is able to explain why it is important for tourists to respect the cultural and religious traditions of Indigenous peoples. $ will benefit from regular attendance and working on coursework weekly during tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

233- $ demonstrates an understanding of global patterns and growth of tourism, tourist regions, and travel motivators. During class, $ focuses on what needs to be done, asks questions and does # best on each unit. In order to complete this travel and tourism geography course on time, $ should also attend tutorial times each Tuesday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

243 - $ demonstrates an understanding of the sinister side of tourism and other issues in the industry. @@ is able to offer strategies that will lead to solutions for travel challenges. @@ will benefit from regular attendance, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

CGR4M: The Environment and Resource Management

244 - $ demonstrates strong communication skills when using technology. @@ was able to search for Twitter tweets about # environment and resource management Culminating Unit (CU) topic and gather current information for note taking. @@ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

245 - $ understands the meaning and relationship of terms such as abiotic, atmosphere, biosphere, desertification and our hydrosphere to the study of environment and resource management. @@ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

246 - $ understands the negative environmental impact of invasive species such as giant hogweed and Asian long-horned beetle. @@ recognizes that life on earth is a gift and that the environment and resource management course will provide some protection strategies. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.


249 - $ understands the negative environmental impact of invasive species such as giant hogweed and Asian long-horned beetle. @@ recognizes that life on earth is a gift and @ should do what @ can to respect the environment, protect and use sustainable practices. $ shared # knowledge during our class presentation to the local elementary school. # CU project. $ is encouraged to pursue # goal for post-secondary education.




The Environment and Resource Management course is designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of concepts contained in the course material. Students develop practical skills and apply the knowledge and skills to assist their understanding of the impact of human interactions with the natural environment. Students are provided the opportunity to improve decision-making and problem-solving skills by completing tasks that require geographic inquiry into a variety of topics including environmental assessment and resource management.

using technology for research, problem-solving, and making predictions for planning courses of action

the lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. Students gain an understanding of energy flows, the structure of ecosystems and the processes that form them. 

a discussion recognizing that

produce a map interdependent systems and how this relates to the development of a just and compassionate society, e.g., human influences on the food chain

“eco-justice”

a discussion on the definition and characteristics of biomes - explores the influence of temperature and precipitation on biome regions


Human linkages to Biosphere

Interrelationships between the Environment/ Economy/Society - impact of urban and rural land use practices


Positive and Negative Impacts of Economic, Social, Political and Technological Changes on the Environment: - proliferation and use of chemicals/the effects on people and the environment


environmental degradation caused by humans altering the natural environment to meet human needs and its effects on human health/or the


Environmental policies effects on economy, e.g., job creation, environmental protection

- Students prepare a rebuttal to the arbitration panel in the form of a Letter to the Editor


explain how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) assist in solving environmental issues

STORM

Environmental Bill of Rights.

Niagara Escarpment Commission

CGW4U World Issues Comments

CLU3M Canadian Law Comments

9- $ understands Canadian law concepts and strives to do # best on all assignments.

24- $ has shown insight into the complex issues facing the legal community in Canada. Keep up the great work!

36- $ understands many legal concepts and principles taught in this Canadian Law course. @@ has also developed an appreciation for the contributions made to society by our lawyers, judges and police officers. I wish you continued future success in your academic career.

52- $ has proven # understanding of many Canadian law concepts and issues. @@ will make a good law abiding citizen and role model for Canada.

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226 -

227 -

230 - $ understands the heritage of Canadian laws and basic legal principles for young people. @@ communicates with clarity and justification of reasoning. @@ applies the steps of an inquiry/problem-solving process in this Canadian law course effectively. $ should continue working on # culminating unit research project about ?

235 -

IDC3OG: Interdisciplinary Studies

247 - Through the collaborative inquiry approach, $ has demonstrated the ability to consider a theme or problem and related factors and come to a decision based on what is best for students and our community. @@ has developed # own learning style to research, write a script, video and prepare to present information about an Aboriginal invention to grade 3 and 4 students at Sir Wilfred Laurier Public school. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

248 - Through individual inquiry, $ has explored a variety of resources and viewpoints surrounding environment and resource management challenges in Canada. @@ is able to analyse the connections between Aboriginal traditions and expectations and industry demands on land and resources in Canada. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

261 - $ demonstrates strong communication skills when using technology for research and presentations. @@ was able to search social media and the web for hard data for # two Culminating Units. @@ demonstrates an understanding and respect for the unique culture and history of Indigenous people in Canada. He has been introduced to volunteer and leadership opportunities as well as potential careers working with Indigenous peoples and in environment and resource management. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly.

$ is able to solve problems and make decisions regarding in class research.

$ has demonstrated information literacy skills through analysing potential culminating unit topics.

$ is now more aware of learning styles both personal and learning styles of others.


ideas...create personal meaning, and present findings beyond the scope of a single subject or discipline. Through individual and collaborative inquiry and research, students will analyse the connections among diverse subjects and disciplines; develop information literacy skills in analysing, selecting, evaluating, and communicating information; and become aware of a variety of resources and viewpoints on contemporary issues. They will also examine their own learning styles, relate their inquiries and research to real-life situations, and investigate career opportunities

NDA3M Aboriginal Studies

187 $ is an active participant in our class discussions and activities focusing on Aboriginal studies. @@ demonstrates strong communication skills in writing and public speaking during # iPad video recording. @@ shares a sincere interest and desire to understand Aboriginal issues in Canada. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

198- $ understands the traditional Aboriginal connection to the land and respect for the environment. @@ demonstrates strong observational and analytic skills and a positive attitude during our field trips. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.


234 - $ demonstrates an understanding and respect for the unique culture and history of many Indigenous people around the world. @@ is also familiar with Aboriginal issues in Canada and potential careers working with Indigenous peoples. During class and while on our field trips, $ focuses on what needs to be done, asks questions and does # best on each unit. In order to complete this Indigenous studies course on time, $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.


241 - $ is able to identify ways in which Indigenous elders,healers, leaders, artists, and writers promote cultural perspectives and identities. Through the completion of # culminating unit, @ understands that global issues have an impact on indigenous peoples. $ should continue exploring ways to understand, respect and encourage indigenous peoples.


NDW4M Issues of Indigenous Peoples in a Global Context

251 - $ is able to describe how Indigenous peoples throughout the world have responded to economic trends in the global economy and yet maintained their traditional way of life. @@ encouraged classmates and did # best to participate and learn during our field trips. @@ completed a well research CU: Culminating Unit on the topic of ?

252 - $ is able to identify, through analysis, the efforts of Indigenous peoples and national governments to review and revise policies that promote the forced assimilation of an indigenous people. @@ encouraged classmates and did # best to participate and learn during our field trips. @@ completed a well research CU: Culminating Unit on the topic of ?

253 - $ is able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues and events that led to global collaboration among indigenous peoples as a result of the 1992 Rio Declaration. @@ encouraged classmates and did # best to participate and learn during our field trips. @@ completed a well research CU: Culminating Unit on the topic of ?

254 - $ is able to identify the principles of sustainability followed by indigenous peoples. @@ encouraged classmates and did # best to participate and learn during our field trips. @@ completed a well research CU: Culminating Unit on the topic of ?

255 - $ is able to identify examples in which indigenous peoples throughout the world have acted to protect their land, their culture, or their community’s livelihood. @@ encouraged classmates and did # best to participate and learn during our field trips. @@ completed a well research CU: Culminating Unit on the topic of ?

256 - $ is able to identify examples of litigation where indigenous peoples have used the courts to uphold their rights as sovereign peoples. @@ encouraged classmates and did # best to participate and learn during our field trips. @@ completed a well research CU: Culminating Unit on the topic of ?

262 - $ demonstrated an understanding of Indigenous culture and history in Canada including the cultural genocide imposed through Indian Residential Schools. @@ is able to identify the principles of environmental sustainability followed by indigenous peoples. @@ completed a well research Culminating Unit on ?. $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly.

SVN3M Environmental Science

235 - $ demonstrates an understanding of biodiversity and the value of non-renewable energy sources. @@ is also familiar with environmental science issues and potential careers in this field. During class and while on our field trips, $ focuses on what needs to be done, asks questions and does # best on each unit. In order to complete this environmental science course on time, $ will benefit from regular attendance, arriving on time, working on coursework weekly and attending tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

240 - $ learned and applied many of the concepts in this environmental science course. @@ recognized the impact of the environment on human health, the value of sustainable agriculture and the importance reducing waste and conserving of energy. $ should continue exploring ways to implement the technology and communication skills @ learned in this course.

Culminating Unit Comments

37 I am looking forward to reading # culminating unit on

56- Unfortunately @ did not complete # culminating unit research project.

58- @@ needs to catch up on the culminating unit activities and prepare for CU Check 2.

140 - $ has completed # CU progress check 1 only. Please see me for some extra help.

141 - $ has completed # CU progress check 1 and 2 only. Please see me for some extra help to finish your final draft.

142 - $ has completed # CU final draft. However @ did not conference with me to receive all the CU progress checks.

143 - $ has completed # CU progress check 1 and 2 and # final draft.


Effort and Initiative Comments

66- $ needs to bring # pen, paper and textbook to every class.

67- $ will benefit from recognizing what needs to be done and taking appropriate steps.

68- $ is encouraged to remain on task when difficulties are encountered.

69- $ is encouraged to plan and accomplish tasks independently, seeking teacher assistance when appropriate.

70- $ will benefit from trying new techniques and approaches to learning.

71- $ will benefit from demonstrating initiative to solve problems.

72- $ will benefit from reviewing work and studying for tests.

73- $ will benefit from making up missed work.

74- $'s quality of work will improve with more thought and revision.



Enrolled Date Comments

18- $ just enrolled in this course a short time ago. A mark update will be available in a few weeks.

75- This interim mark is based on of 10 units of work.

152- $ signed up for this course, did not attend and eventually withdrew from this course through our guidance counsellor.

242 - Teacher is unable to assess $'s curriculum knowledge and learning skills because @ has recently joined this class. @@ will benefit from regular attendance and working on coursework weekly during tutorial from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays.

Evaluation Comments

42- $ has accurately completed some assignments. However, @ needs to finish course work and write the final evaluation.


Extra Help Comments

38- Extra help is available in class and during my tutorial period. Please see me to book an appointment.

144- $ should book an appointment to see me this week and finish this course.


Group Work Skills Comments

78- $ is encouraged to share # ideas during class discussions.

79- $ communicates information and ideas clearly and confidently in the group setting.

80- When working in a group, $ is encouraged to demonstrate # leadership skills.

81- When working in a group, $ is encouraged to contribute ideas and share the work load.

145-When working in a group, $ is encouraged to support others with positive comments.



Knowledge Skills Comments

82- $ demonstrates some knowledge of facts and terms.

83- $ demonstrates thorough knowledge of facts and terms.

84- $ demonstrates an understanding of information, ideas, concepts, and themes explored in this course



Leadership Skills Comments

85- $ is encouraged to demonstrate positive leadership skills in group situations.

86- $ has natural leadership skills that positively influence # peers.


Level 4 Comments

125- $ demonstrates strong communication skills in writing and oral speaking.

6- ## active participation in our class discussions is highly valued.

10- $ has shown a sincere interest in exploring career possibilities and learning job seeking skills.

15- I wish you all the best with your academic career at university.

27- I wish $ all the best for second semester.

30- $ spends # spare time effectively by catching up on homework.

39- Work handed in so far is of high quality and accuracy.

49- Have a wonderful safe summer vacation with your family.



Listening Skills Comments

87- $ is encouraged to pay closer attention when listening and to follow directions from # teacher.

88- To help improve # listening skills, $ should put down # pen when the teacher is providing class instruction.

89- To help improve # listening skills, $ should turn off # MP3 player when the teacher is providing class instruction.


Next Steps Comments

1- Please evaluate your priorities between work and school.

3- $ is easily distracted from # classwork.

5- Daily homework completion is crucial for $ to develop the self discipline necessary for post-secondary education.

11- $ needs to improve # time management skills in order to complete assignments on time.

17-Career counselling would help $ formulate attainable goals and focus on fulfilling them.

19- $ enjoys socializing with peers, however @ needs to make good use of class time and work on assignments.

26- $ needs to catch up on some incomplete assignments. See me for extra help.

29- If $ hopes to succeed at university, @ should seriously examine # priorities and time management strategies.

32- $ should take the opportunity to obtain extra help in organizing notes, using an agenda book planner and sorting priorities.

33- $ has successfully completed some assignments for this course. Hopefully # confidence will continue to build so that @ can complete the course next semester.

38- Extra help is available during class and during my tutorial period. Please see me to book an appointment.

40- Although $ is easily distracted from his classwork, @ should continue to develop strategies to focus and make good use of class time.

43- Please see our School Guidance Counsellor and sign up for Geography course CGC1P9 to finish this course next semester.

44- Please see School Guidance Counsellor and sign up for History course CHC2P9 to finish this course next semester.

55- @@ should examine the tasks listed on the blackboard by and focus on accomplishing one or more task during each class.

59- @@ must submit work on time and spend more time at home completing homework.


Midterm Mark

133 - This interim mark is based on  ? of 10 units of coursework completed so far.

Next Steps

? - $ has faithfully invested many hours at school and at home working on history assignments. $$ should continue to maintain this effort and sincere focus.


Participation Comments

90- $ will benefit from more active participation in class activities.

91- $ will benefit from class instruction and assignment completion when # stays for an entire class, rather than trying to leave early.


Reading Skills Comments

92- $ uses reading strategies competently.

93- $ should practice oral reading at home in order to build # reading confidence.


Speaking Skills Comments

94- $ communicates with clarity and justification of reasoning.

95- $ is an active participant in class discussions.

96- $ should practice reading orally into a tape or digital recorder at home. This exercise will build # oral speaking confidence.


Technology Use Comments

97- $ uses appropriate technology with a high degree of effectiveness.

98- $ uses the GarageBand music sequencer recording technology effectively.

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Textbook Comments

45- Please return the Geography textbook that you signed out called "Making Connections: Canada's Geography".

46- Please return the History textbook that you signed out called "Canada: A Nation Unfolding".

47-Please return the Travel and Tourism textbook that you signed out called "Canada Travels: Issues and Destinations".

60- Please return the Law textbook that you signed out called "All About Law".

61- Please return the Canadian and World Issues textbook that you signed out called "Global Connections".


Thinking Skills Comments

99- $ analyses social and economic issues with considerable effectiveness.

100- $ demonstrates thorough and insightful understanding of relationships between concepts.

101- $ routinely transfers complex concepts to new contexts.

102- $ is encouraged to use a variety of strategies for problem-solving.

103- $ uses creative thinking skills effectively.

104- $ uses critical and creative thinking skills effectively.

105- $ uses critical thinking skills effectively.

106- $ follows arguments of considerable complexity, judges their validity and makes assertions.

107- $ applies the skills involved in an inquiry and design process.

108- $ is able to solve complex problems relating to familiar and unfamiliar settings.

109- $ demonstrates an understanding of relationships among facts, ideas, concepts, and themes.

110- $ uses critical analysis with clarity and effectiveness.

111- $ uses creative thinking skills effectively.

112- $ makes predictions and plans courses of action effectively.

113- $ is able to make logical conclusions or generalizations.

114- $ is able to apply concepts and skills to new situations.

115- $ is encouraged to use a wider variety of strategies for problem-solving.

116- $ demonstrates understanding of concepts, principles, laws, and theories.

143- @@ demonstrates the strong critical thinking skills required for this course.


Time Management Skills Comments

117- $ is encouraged to set academic goals and deadlines.

118- $ needs to develop strategies to prioritize responsibilities, avoid procrastination, complete and submit work on time.



Writing Skills Comments

119- $ has demonstrated competence in the writing process for many assignments.

120- $ needs to index completed assignments and organize # notebook.

121- $ will benefit from improved organization of # notebook.

122- $ needs to use a wider variety of appropriate resources for # culminating unit.

123- $ needs to use the embedded citation method shown in class for # culminating unit.