Student’s Name: Him Chan
Teacher's name: Jeniffer
Book's name: Let's Go 6 Textbook
Levels of Proficiency
Recently, Him Chan becomes more focus in class that he actively participates in all the activities provided during the lesson proper. As a kid, he would sometimes show a little stubbornness but can be controlled easily once a warning is given to him. His Lego blocks creations remain his motivation that he shares a lot of information regarding them which enables him to talk more in class. Books may seem boring to him at times so incorporating the lesson to a game is essential. Adding to that, he is cheerful as usual and may sometimes crack jokes that give color and fun to the class.
Level: High Proficient
Based on the book that is used in class now, his reading skill is considered High Proficient. The words utilized in the passage are a piece of cake to him that doesn’t need further assistance not to mention that he doesn’t only pronounce the words correctly but he also understands their meaning. His pace in reading is normal, which is proper for his age because it can be easily understood by his listener. To sum it up, Him Chan is now ready for more difficult reading tasks such as short articles or stories with more complex words.
As aforementioned, Him Chan is able to easily understands the vocabulary used in the passages provided as well as the meaning of each sentence that he explains them accordingly when he is told to do so. However, in terms of following directions, he is still sometimes confused that requires a couple of repetitions and examples for him to perform the task given to him well. Being out of focus at times (it rarely happens), hindrances him from comprehending some passages and sentences.
SPEAKING AND PRONUNCIATION:
Him Chan has a clear pronunciation that can be understood all throughout a conversation. Some mispronunciations may occur at time because of him being unfamiliar with them but with repetitive practice, he is able to utter them correctly. As for grammar he is now more aware with the proper usage of prepositions of place and can incorporate them in a real scenario such as giving directions to a foreigner. Moreover, he is now able to change Active Voice sentences into Passive Voice sentences properly with a little guidance as he still tends to forget the pattern. With regards to vocabulary, he can now use new lexicons in a conversation naturally and confidently which is surprising and amazing. If continues to study harder he will definitely achieve his goal to speak close enough to native speakers.
Him Chan’s overall skill is immensely improving as time passes by. Talking a lot in class and sharing a lot of information about the topics he is interested are a big help to his improvement. However, since he is a child, his retention span doesn’t last long so a little playtime is given to break the ice. Nevertheless, he can catch with the lesson provided. His mom is really a great help for they have an extra lesson and review after the class.