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Report Card EL Example

The elementary report card is one tool used in District 68 to communicate with parents and students about the achievement of and progress toward the Illinois Common Core Learning Standards. The report card identifies a student's current level of performance, including strengths and areas where additional time and effort are needed.

performance descriptors
3=Meets Grade Level Standard 2= Approaching Grade Level Standard 1= Below Grade Level Standard

Understands and applies grade level concepts and skills

 

May occasionally exceed grade level standard

Standard not yet met

 

The student demonstrates partial understanding and application of skills and concepts taught in class

Needs frequent support and reteaching

Mathematics

Language Arts

Teacher:

Teacher:

Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Reading

Numbers and Operations

Writing

Measurement and Data

Speaking and Listening

Geometry

Foundational Skills

Counting (Kindergarten only)  

Social Studies

Science

Teacher:

Teacher:

Civics

Life Science

Economics

Earth Science

Geography

Physical Science

History

 

Music

Physical Education       

Teacher:

Teacher:

Creating

Movement Skills

Performing

Physical Fitness

Responding

Team Building

Connecting

Human Body Systems

Art

Teacher:

Creating

Presenting

Responding

Connecting

ATTENDANCE as of:
Marking Periods T1 T2 T3
Days Absent      
Days Present      
Times Tardy      
Day Enrolled      

 

Social Skills/Work Habits           3=Consistently          2=Sometimes        1=Rarely/Has Difficulty

Teacher:

Trimester 1 (T1) Trimester 2 (T2) Trimester 3 (T3)

Follows rules and procedures

     

Interacts cooperatively with others

     

Uses time effectively

     

Involved in learning

     

Completes homework/assignments on time

     

Organizes self and materials

     

Family friendly learning targets that provide further explanation for what students are learning throughout the school year can be found on the "Curriculum & Instruction" tab of the Skokie68 webpage. These learning targets are aligned with the Illinois State Learning standards and are expectations for the end of the school year across subject areas.  

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

This section of the report card is one tool used in District 68 to communicate with parents and students about the achievement of and progress toward the Illinois English Language Development Standards. This area identifies a student's current level of performance, including strengths and areas where additional instruction, time, and effort are needed.

English learners communicate for Social and Instructional Purposes within the school setting, and communicate information, ideas, and concepts for academic success in the content area of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Performance criteria measures at three levels of language use (word/phrase level, sentence level, and discourse level) and three features of academic language (linguistic complexity, language forms and conventions, and vocabulary usage.)

PERFORMANCE LEVEL DESCRIPTORS FOR ELL
6   Reaching  Independent use of academic language in the content areas; communication in English in all language domains is comparable to fluent peers.
5   Bridging  Frequent use of academic language in the content areas; communication in English is almost comparable to fluent peers.
4   Expanding  General use of academic language in the content areas; communication in English has few errors that do not get in the way of meaning.
3   Developing  Use of some general language in the content areas; communication has errors that may get in the way of the meaning. When communication is supported, meaning is understandable.
2   Beginning  Use of general vocabulary/phrases and has limited use of content area language; communication typically has errors and may not be understandable, even when supported.
1   Entering   Uses pictures/single words to communicate learning in the content areas; communication occurs when support is given.
ESL - GRADE LEVEL
Teacher:  Trimester 1 (T1) Trimester 2 (T2) Trimester 3 (T3)
Listening      
Speaking      
Reading      
Writing      

TEACHER COMMENTS