Student’s Name: Ron
Teacher’s Name: T. Karrah
Book’s Name: Lets Go 3
Levels of Proficiency
Ron is an ideal student and has positive attitude towards learning and improvement. He is very open-minded with the corrections given to him. He is very participative and he always tries to communicate with the teacher to make the discussion more fruitful. He also finishes every task given to him on time. There are some moments where he becomes unusually very active. He have done good for this month and really exerts efforts on the activities given to him.
Ron’s reading skill is considered as Approaching Proficiency. The student at this level has developed the fundamental knowledge and skills and core understandings and with little guidance from the teacher and/or with some assistance from peers, can transfer these understandings through authentic performance tasks. Ron speaks with confidence and has very good pronunciation when reading. We are more focused on her workbook for this month so the activities are more on brainstorming and talking. I guarantee that Ron was able to offer direct responses to her readings and supports ideas with sound reasoning and specific examples. He enjoys reading and conversations. He is not hesitant to ask the teacher whenever he is confused.
Ron’s comprehension can be considered as Approaching Proficiency. The student at this level has developed the fundamental knowledge and skills and core understandings and with little guidance from the teacher and/or with some assistance from peers, can transfer these understandings through authentic performance tasks. Ron is consistent in expressing his ideas and thoughts about the lesson. He can easily understand the texts and paragraphs given to him. There is an improvement in his skills for this month. He easily grasps the lesson and very open with his own opinions and does not get offended with corrections.
SPEAKING AND PRONUNCIATION:
Ron’s speaking and pronunciation skills can be considered as Approaching Proficiency. The student doesn’t really depend to the teacher’s supervision. He has his own initiative to learn the words in the book. That’s why most of the time he is already familiar with words given to him. Ron has a difficulty in pronouncing the letter “r” and “l”. He can pronounce well most of the given words. His voice is well-modulated and enjoys pronouncing different words. He also knows how to change his tone of voice. He is doing well in class.
It is highly recommended for Ron to practice her English speaking in her free time. He should try to watch and listen more to English songs and movies. He should focus and review all the corrections given by the teacher specifically in his pronunciation and grammar.
We will keep on achieving an everyday goal. Also, his teacher will give a comment on how his day went well and put some comments and recommendation for faster improvement. And because we are focused on answering his workbook, this time I will add time for sentence making and reading as well so that by the end of the month there will be progress for his speaking and pronunciation.