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April 22, 2009 - June 26, 2009 Quarterly Report

2008-2009 School Year
D.O.B.: 09/XX/97
Age: 11
Grade: 6
Grading Key:             Effort & Skills
4 - Advanced               E - Excellent                  U - Unsatisfactory
3 - Proficient                G - Good                        X - Not Applicable
2 - Approaching          S - Satisfactory
1 - Below                     N - Needs to Improve
Days of Instruction:  48
Math:  Saxon Math, from Lesson 79 through Lesson 120 (Supplemental Practice)  Grade: 2 (S)
Reading: Ideas in Literature (Heroes & Heroines/Heroes of Tradition), Bible reading assignments   Grade: 4 (E)
Spelling & Vocabulary: Hot Words for the SAT 3rd Edition (Linda Carnevale, M.A.), Vocabulary Vine: A Spiral Study of Latin and Greek Roots (Nancy Paula Hasseler)  Grade: 3 (G)
Writing, Grammar & Language Arts: (Writing Stories) "Becoming a Writer" Grade: 2 (S)
Health & Safety: Guarding emotional and mental health. Grade: 4 (E)
History: World History - "Patterns of Interaction" by McDougal & Littell, Chapter 33 (1945 Restructuring the Post War World) through Chapter 36-4 (Cultures Blend in a Global Age)  Grade: 2 (S)
Science: Biology: Prentice Hall NYS, Chapter 31-2 (Birds) through Chapter 40-4 (Cancer)  Grade: 2 (S)
Art: Jacob absolutely hates manipulating art materials for the sake of making crafts. He is still very tactile defensive. He stuck with computer generated art via various websites on the internet. Grade: 3 (G)
Music: Jacob practices piano, simple songs from Lesson 1 book.  Grade: 3 (G)
Physical Education: Jacob has been riding his new bike (for special needs children). Grade: 4 (E)
Typing & Computer: Jacob is still working on getting typing techniques mastered. Grade: 2 (S)
Teacher Comments - 4th Quarter
Jacob had a great year and is looking forward to being a 7th grader next year.
Submitted 2009 by Daniela