Student’s Name: Zoe
Teacher’s Name: Khris
Book's name: Free Conversation
Pages: not applicable
Zoe is a very smart, young student who manages actual class conversations by herself. She has not been with her parents even once during discussions. She is independent. She is conversant, responsive and gives the class a lot of fun because of her jolly personality. Because of her very young age, she is naturally playful. Even so, she can listen actively and talk to the teacher at the same time. She is showing good abilities in multitasking at this early stage.
Zoe's classes are not so much on reading but speaking practice but seeing how she does well in conversations, it can be said that her reading and vocabulary are also excellent. Before a child can talk to others, he /she needs to read well first. Zoe got it. She is impressive. This skill is at Developing Stage.
Comprehension skills are at this point in the Developing stage too. It is because she can understand spoken messages, resulting to her being responsive. The responses are also timely and relevant so with a little bit more training, Zoe will be so excellent at actual English conversations already.
SPEAKING AND PRONUNCIATION:
Though Zoe can speak in actual conversations at this point already and the pronunciation skill is advanced compared to most kids her age, her level can still be considered to be in the Developing stage. She can pronounce basic words easily but once much longer and unfamiliar words are encountered in class, that is when she may experience little challenges. Knowledge of some basic and simple words are well-developed but there is a lot more to learn so the development is consistently in progress.
It is recommended that Zoe be more open to lesson-guided classes. Though conversation practices are highly important, it also helps to discuss a few materials from books to help other areas such as grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary.
The teacher will try to discuss some lessons to Zoe, apart from the usual conversation practices to help her be more open to lesson-guided discussions.