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often forgets capital letters and punctuation

a positive role model for other students

accepts new challenges and works well in group activities

actively participates in creative movement and daily activities

actively participates in discussions, songs, and prayers

actively participates within activities

can analyse and construct thematic maps related to a particular society

can compare the culture and different aspects between different regions and eras

can compare the social classes within different societies

can describe the properties that are used to distinguish and identify a substance

can express their thoughts and feelings through the French language

can generate patterns that involve addition, subtraction and multiplication

can identify the key aspects of life within different historical periods/eras

can identify the missing number within an equation

can identify the properties of parallelograms

can keep a rhythmic beat

can make healthy choices

can measure mass in grams and liquid capacity in millimetres

can measure time intervals to the nearest minute

can name all the French sounds.

can offer answers when questions are asked during daily French routines

can record information from a story/text

can relate years to decades

can understand the meaning and intent of French texts and expressions

communication is clear and precise

completes assignments in the time allotted

consistently encourages others

consistently reads grade level material independently

consitently progressing

demonstrates a positive interest in French routines.

demonstrates critical thinking skills in written work

demonstrates fair play and sportsmanship

demonstrates respect for others and the environment

demonstrates teamwork skills by collaborating with others in a group

displays interest and curiosity as we explore our relationship with God

does not always pay attention to punctuation

does not always participate

does not always play fair or follow the rules

does not work up to their ability

does well on spelling and vocabulary tests

does well on spelling tests

eagerly assumes resonsibility

encouraged to practice recognizing letters

enjoyed learning French

enjoys learning and developing new skills

enjoys participating in physical activities

enters the classroom environment with a positive attitude

enthusiastic about participating

explores with a variety of tools and materials to create visual art forms

expresses his/her ideas clearly, stays on topic and responds well to questions

expresses ideas clearly and correctly

expresses ideas clearly and correctly

follows procedures and uses equipment as instructed

follows the rules of the classroom

has a positive attitude towards himself/herself and their teammates

has an appreciation for God and the gifts of creation

has been able to develop and improve their balance and stability

has been consistent in her overall progress in

has demonstrated the ability to become a leader

has developed awareness of their body and movements

has developed fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination

has developed spatial awareness skills

has developed the basic principles of play and participation

has difficultly staying on task

has difficulty asking questions in class

has difficulty maintaining control of their body when participating in an activity

has difficulty memorizing letter combinations

has difficulty organizing information and ideas

has difficulty paying attention when playing outside

has difficulty playing by the rules

has difficulty playing with others

has difficulty solving math problems

has shown steady progress in

has shown very strong mathematical problem solving skills

has shown very strong problem solving skills

improved listening skills

is a big help in seeing that our room looks clean and pleasant

is a creative writer

is a good listener

is a good listener but rarely contributes to our discussions

is a good speller

is a good worker

is ability to resolve conflict within their team/group

is able to add and subtract three-digit numbers

is able to classify a substance based on observations (colour, texture, etc.)

is able to communicate well with their teammates

is able to compare two related sets of data

is able to count to one-hundred without help or assistance

is able to create 2D and 3D works of art that express their feelings

is able to create a strategy to overcome a task/obstacle

is able to create works of art based on their personal experiences

is able to develop fitness goals

is able to distinguish word sounds

is able to express a solid understanding of what he/she has read

is able to follow directions

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