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EDUC 4464 Junior ABQ. J Methodology May 6, 2005. The Ontario Report Card - Junior and e-teacher. PROVINCIAL REPORT CARD. Date:. Student:. Betty Bright. Days Absent:. Total Days Absent:. Grade:. 6. Teacher:. Mr. Joe North. Times Late:. Total Times Late:. Board:.

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Educ 4464 junior abq

EDUC 4464 Junior ABQ

J Methodology

May 6, 2005.



Educ 4464 junior abq

PROVINCIAL REPORT CARD

Date:

Student:

Betty Bright

Days Absent:

Total Days Absent:

Grade:

6

Teacher:

Mr. Joe North

Times Late:

Total Times Late:

Board:

Board Name

School:

devins

Address:

school address

Address:

Board Address

sdf

666

Principal:

Telephone:

Progressing well towards promotion

Promotion Status:

Grade in September:

Progressing with some difficulty towards promotion

Promotion at risk

Achievement of the Provincial Curriculum Expectations

Letter Grades

A- to A+

The student has demonstrated the required knowledge and skills. Achievement exceeds the provincial standard. (Level 4)

B- to B+

The student has demonstrated most of the required knowledge and skills. Achievement meets the provincial standard. (Level 3)

The student has demonstrated some of the required knowledge and skills. Achievement approaches the provincial standard. (Level 2)

C- to C+

The student has demonstrated some of the required knowledge and skills in limited ways.

D- to D+

Achievement falls much below the provincial standard. (Level 1)

R

The student has not demonstrated the required knowledge and skills. Extensive remediation is required.

IEP - Individual Education Plan that addresses special learning needs ESL- English as a Second Language ESD - English Skills Development

Report

Report

Report

Subjects

Strengths/Weaknesses/Next Steps

1

2

3

English

ESL

ESD

Not Applicable

IEP

Reading

Writing

Oral and Visual Communication

Second Language

French

Native

Not Applicable

IEP

Core

Extended

Immersion

Oral Communication

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

ESL

ESD

French

IEP

Number Sense and Numeration

Measurement

Geometry and Spatial Sense

Patterning and Algebra

Data Management and Probability

Grades 1-6

Page 1 of 3

Page One

Status – T1 and T2

Grade – T3

Explanation of Grades (for parents / guardians)

Special Situations Defined

The two languages and the 6 strands – all must be reported on each term

Core Subjects- Languages & Mathematics

All strands must be reported on twice


Educ 4464 junior abq

Page Two

Student:

Betty Bright

Grade:

6

Report

Report

Report

Subjects

Strengths/Weaknesses/Next Steps

1

2

3

Science and

Life Systems, Matter / Materials, Energy / Control, Structures / Mechanisms, Earth / Space Systems

Technology

ESL

ESD

French

IEP

Social Studies

ESL

ESD

French

IEP

Health and

Physical Education

ESL

ESD

French

IEP

The Arts

Music

IEP

ESL

ESD

French

Visual Arts

IEP

Drama and Dance

IEP

ESL

ESD

IEP

ESL

ESD

IEP

Learning Skills

E - Excellent

G - Good

S- Satisfactory

N - Needs Improvement

Independent work

Use of information

Class participation

Initiative

Cooperation with others

Problem solving

Homework completion

Conflict resolution

Goal setting to improve work

Strengths/Weaknesses/Next Steps

To Parents or Guardians and Students:

This copy of the report card should be retained for reference. The original or an exact copy has been placed in the

student’s Ontario Student Record (OSR) folder and will be retained for five years after the student leaves school.

Principal's Signature

Teacher's Signature

Grades 1-6

Page 2 of 3

  • The Content Subjects

  • All strands must be covered once each year

  • There is no place to check off the strands on the report

  • So, if do two strands in a term must evaluate one grade for the term

2 “Magic Boxes”

Learning Skills

Final Comment – Strength, Weakness & Next Step

Signatures of Teacher & Principal


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Page Three

PROVINCIAL REPORT CARD

Response Form (to be completed, signed and returned)

Student:

Betty Bright

Grade:

6

Date:

School:

devins

Homeroom Teacher:

Mr. Joe North

Parent's/Guardian's and student's comments for student achievement, goals, and home support:

I have received the report card.

I would like to discuss this report

card. Please contact me.

Parent's/Guardian's Signature

Parent's/Guardian's Name (please print)

Telephone (day)

Student's Signature

Telephone (evening)

Grades 1-6

To view curriculum documents, visit the ministry website: www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/document/curricul/curricul.html

Page 3 of 3

What is your school and / board policy for completion?

Comes back to the school after going home.

An interview requested?

Student and Parent/Guardian signatures


Student task
Student Task

  • Watch while I create a comment and put it in the Junior report card. Follow along on the handout while I walk you through it

  • Now, it’s your turn! Using the handout I gave you, complete the task. Slowly follow my directions step by step and you should be fine.