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International School of Beijing

Middle School Report Card
09 June, 2014, School Year 2013-2014 Semester 2

Student: Sun, Ryan (Ryan)
Grade: 8
Homeroom:

08-02

Homeroom Teacher:

Craig, Lucas

Reporting Rubric:
2013-2014

Skills,
Knowledge and
Understanding

1

2

3

4

5

Minimal mastery of the
required skills, knowledge,
understandings, and their
applications.

Limited mastery of the
required skills, knowledge,
understandings, and their
applications.

Fair mastery of the
required skills, knowledge,
understandings, and their
applications.

Good mastery of the
required skills, knowledge,
understandings, and their
applications.

Excellent mastery of the
required skills, knowledge,
understandings, and their
applications.

Explanation of SON Grades
O = Outstanding
S = Satisfactory
N = Needs Improvement

Daily Attendance Record

Other Marks:
NG = No Grade
NA = Not Applicable

Qtr 1

Qtr 2

Qtr 3

Qtr 4

0

4

3

0

7

40

38

43

39

160

0

0

0

0

0

Absences
Present
Tardy

SON Categories
Commitment to Learning
A committed middle school student demonstrates the following attributes :






Participates fully in activities, tasks and assignments
Is organized
Consistently gives their best effort
Completes work on time
Is attentive and conscientious in class

Personal and Social Behavior
A highly effective middle school student demonstrates the following personal and social attributes :





Takes personal responsibility
Shows respect
Acts with integrity
Models good citizenship

Homework


Effective middle school students perform homework consistently to practice and refine their knowledge .

Total

NEO NATIVE 4

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Tuan Mu, Chia-Ling

4

4

4

4

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Homework

S

S

S

O

S

S

S

O

S

S

S

S

STRANDS

Reading
Writing
Listening and Speaking

4

5

3

4

4

4

Teacher Comments:
Ryan has worked diligently and consistently throughout this semester. His enthusiasm and commitment to excellence helps create a
stimulating academic environment in the classroom. In order to understand and use a range of vocabulary and idiom, I encourage Ryan to
read Chinese more extensively and regularly. This will help him write with more sophisticated sentences. Keep up the good work, Ryan!

SCIENCE 8

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Winkelman, Wayne

4+

4

4

4

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Homework

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

N

S

O

STRANDS

Scientific Investigation
Knowledge and Understanding

4

4

3

4

Teacher Comments:
Ryan has a keen interest in science. He had a strong 4th quarter as assignments were completed more consistently and quiz scores were
higher. Overall he has a good base of science knowledge. He understands concepts in familiar situations and can usually apply his
knowledge consistently and accurately. He generally can work well with his peers and his lab skills continue to develop as he
communicates his ideas more effectively with depth and detail. Ryan, excellent job on your NIH project on GMO fish!

QTR 3

SEM 2

Schapel, Vyvienne

5

4+

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Homework

O

O

O

O

S

S

MUSIC 8

QTR 1

SEM 1

STRANDS

Understanding in Context
Skills and Concepts
Interpreting and Performing
Developing Ideas

4
4
4
4

Teacher Comments:
Ryan has worked steadily this semester to develop his musical knowledge and skills. Through our study of modern music Ryan has
acquired an understanding of 20th century styles, music vocabulary, structures and compositional techniques. Using Garage Band and
Sibelius software, he experimented and composed music using contemporary layering techniques. Ryan particularly enjoyed the Guitar unit,
performing the set works and delivering a very good presentation on the famous guitarist Keith Richards.

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Kirk, Adam

3+

3+

4

4

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Homework

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

NA

NA

NA

NA

PE 8

STRANDS

Human Movement
Social Skills
Knowledge and Understanding
Healthy Living

3+

4

4

5

3

NA

4

NA

Teacher Comments:
Ryan demonstrates perseverance, effort and a commitment to learning in most Physical Education lessons . The 2nd Semester comments
and grades include units of Climbing, Kayaking, Tennis, Gymnastics and Track and Field. Cricket was not graded because of time
constraints. We have had no PE written exams for the Knowledge and Understanding (Cognitive Domain) in Semester Two. Ryan showed
excellent safety procedures, teamwork, climbing techniques and participation during the wall-climbing unit. He was a valuable team member
and could be relied upon to stay on task. In Tennis he found the forehand and backhand hard to master , but used differentiation through
using the trainer tennis ball and achieved more success. His perseverance and determination was fantastic in this unit. He choreographed
and performed a routine to an excellent level in Gymnastics using the Parallel Bars. All areas of the criteria were met during the final
performance. He used an iPad to create a blog and analyzed his performances every lesson. He seemed to enjoy the unit. He selected two
events during the Track and Field unit and used a MacBook to practice , critique, analyze and improve his performance every lesson.
Good luck at your new school, Ryan!

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Craig, Lucas

3

3

3+

4+

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Homework

O

S

S

O

O

S

S

S

O

N

S

O

ALGEBRA 1

STRANDS

Foundations
Application/Transfer
Communication

3

4+

3

4+

3

4

Teacher Comments:
Ryan’s overall grade was compiled from the following:
Unit 4 Graphing & Solving Quadratic Equations: Grade Level Assessment (Green) Achievement Level 1
Unit 4 Graphing & Solving Quadratic Equations: Grade Level Assessment (Green Retest) Achievement Level 3
Unit 5 Systems of Equations: Grade Level Assessment (Green) Achievement Level 4
Unit 6 Radical & Rational Equations: Grade Level Assessment (Green) Achievement Level 3+

Ryan has shown an impressive determination to improve his mathematical skills throughout this semester. He has demonstrated a sound
level of understanding whilst working at the standard level throughout this semester. Ryan uses class time effectively and has worked hard
to improve his organization; ensuring set tasks are completed on time and to the best of his ability. He has also become more proactive with
his learning and readily seeks assistance when concepts remain unclear, particularly when revising for end of unit assessments. Ryan
possesses solid problem solving skills and the ability to communicate his mathematical thinking is continuing to develop. Ryan’s is to be
congratulated on his effort this semester, and I wish him every success in his transition to high school in America .

Cross Fit

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Jarman, Keith

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Teacher Comments:
CrossFit is a principal strength and conditioning program that many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special
operations units, champion martial artists, and hundreds of other elite and professional athletes worldwide. The program delivers a fitness
that is, by design, broad, general, and inclusive. Our specialty is not specializing. Combat, survival, many sports, and life reward this kind of
fitness.

O
O

Documentaries

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Davidson, Anna

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior

O
O

Teacher Comments:
The documentaries enrichment enables students to learn about world issues, both current and past, through viewing a range of
documentaries. Ryan participated well in the class discussions about the different issues raised through viewing various documentaries
throughout this quarter.

Drama 8

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

SEM 2

Northcott, Hannah

Personal and Social Behavior
Commitment to Learning

O
O

Teacher Comments:
The grade eight Drama program is a year-long course that is a new addition to the middle school curriculum. The students learned 21st
century skills such as communication, collaboration and creativity. They also explored movement and physical theater skills geared towards
developing spinal alignment, body awareness and non-verbal communication. Students explored characterization through the use of neutral
mask and monologue performances. In addition, they applied vocal technique skills such as volume, pitch, diction and rate and text analysis
in a monologue performance based on one of Shakespeare’s plays . Finally, the students chose between a “devising” or “performance”
project in the fourth quarter which gave them the opportunity to choose to either perform a piece from Roald Dahl’s “Revolting Rhymes” or
be a part of the creative journey of writing, directing and acting in an original short play. Thus, students developed presentation skills,
strengthened their self-confidence and collaborated with their peers through ensemble games and performances.

QTR 1

SEM 1

QTR 3

Herzberg, Chris

4

3

4+

4+

Commitment to Learning
Personal and Social Behavior
Homework

O

S

S

O

S

S

S

S

O

S

S

O

HUMANITIES 8

SEM 2

STRANDS

Reading
Writing
Listening and Speaking
Social Organization
Place and the Environment
Time, Continuity, and Change

4

4

4

4

NA

4+

3

4+

3

NA
4

Teacher Comments:
While Ryan struggled midyear, he had a very strong Semester 2. He has qualities works independently and responsibly and, and with the
exception of the end of this semester, and always meets his deadlines.His blog (http://blogs.isb.bj.edu.cn/17ryansu) does reveal someone who could achieve whatever
grade he would like in Humanities, a very competent reader, writer, and critical thinker. His independent reading responses show an
understanding of key elements of the plot line, and his writing shows near mastery of many of the skills he learned throughout the year. I
particularly like his posts "Gameplay, Plot, and Presentation" and "The Flip Side of Greed." In addition, he is capable of collaborating well
with classmates.

Best of luck in high school, Ryan. Reflect a bit on the year, especially what happened mid-year and at the end of the year--and make sure
that does not happen again. You've got limitless potential in Humanities. Go for it!


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