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Reflect back the paper's main point. By reflecting back your understanding of the argument, you let the student see that you took the paper seriously. Discuss the essay's strengths. Discuss the paper's weaknesses, focusing on large problems first. Type your final comments if possible.
Give yourself extra time and start writing comments early. Use free, curriculum-aligned apps for teachers. Be encouraging, informational and professional. Use a consistent format. Be honest. Move on if you get stuck. Keep parents and guardians in mind. Try not to repeat yourself.
Stay positive, professional, and informative. Try to phrase negative comments into more positive statements when possible. For example, instead of describing someone as a poor reader, comment that the student would benefit from practicing their reading and comprehension skills.
Ease of understanding. Stick to the point. Avoid teacher jargon. Inform parents about their child's level of achievement. Refer to the child's ongoing performance. Use evidence to support your comments. Don't leave them until the last minute. Use a checklist.
Active: always busy with something. Ambitious: strongly wants to succeed. Cautious: being very careful. Conscientious: taking time to do things right. Creative: someone who can make up things easily or think of new things. Curious: always wanting to know things. Logical: using clear and sound reasoning.
Plan What to Include in Weekly Report. Take the time to consider what the reader of your report might want to know. Be Straightforward in Reporting. Use plain and simple language in reporting. Consider to keep a Journal of Daily Activities.
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Avoid status meetings. Give feedback. Address concerns. Hold the team accountable. Be consistent. Make it a requirement. Keep it in email. Avoid complexity.
Establish your weekly report's purpose. First things first outline your report's objectives before you set to work. Know your role. Work out your weekly report's layout. Pay attention to 3 key writing characteristics for weekly status reports. Add the following in your weekly report.
Select any cell in the data set, click the Insert tab, and then click Portable in the Tables group. If you're still using Excel 2003, choose Portable and PivotChart Report from the Data menu to launch a wizard that will walk you through the process.
Plan What to Include in Weekly Report. Take the time to consider what the reader of your report might want to know. Be Straightforward in Reporting. Use plain and simple language in reporting. Consider to keep a Journal of Daily Activities.
General Guidance for Writing to Your Boss Choose the style and tone that will land best with your boss, bearing in mind the type of email you are going to write. Keep subject lines short and concise and include the most important information there. Get straight to the point, avoid waffling.
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