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Klaus F. Maas: Self-Evaluation Sheet (English)  Points  24 - 22= 1 (A)  |  21 - 19 = 2 (B)  |  18 - 16 = 3 (C)   |  15 - 12 = 4 (D)  |  11 - 8 = 5 (E)  |  7 - 0 = 6 (F) 

Name, First Name : ..................................................................... Class:....8a........

Self-evaluation sheet about my behaviour in class


Date
I'm prepared
Homework
I've helped to make the lessons a success
My mark  Teacher
April
  • Textbook 
  • Workbook 
  • Exercise book 
  • Testbook 
  • Repetition/Informed


  • one point for each (5)
  • well done (+3)
  • incomplete (1)
  • not done (-)
  • done later (+2)



  • points: (max 3 )
    Co-operation 
  • raising hands
  •   (+3/+2/+1/-)
  • contributions
      (+3/+2/+1/-)


  • points: (max 6)
    Following the rules
  • listening (3/+2/+1/-)
  • taking responsibility
       (+3/+2/+1/-)
  • doing one's share of
        work   (+3/+2/+1/-)

  • points: (max 9)
    Initiative:
  • Quality suggestions    
        for this lesson 
  • (key-word will be
        written on board)


    points: (max 1 each)
  • points
    mark




    (24) 

     
    Mon 19              
    Wed 21              
    Thu 22              
    Mon 26              
    Wed 28              
    Thu 29               
    May. 
    Mon 3              
    Wed 5              
    Thu 6              
    Mon 10              
    Wed 12              
    Thu 13              
    Mon 17              
    Wed 19              
    Mark for this fixed period:       

    I have taken responsibility for the following task (with date) ..............................................................

    I have accomplished a special task (with date): ..................................................................................

    Deadline: 24th May 2004

    Signature:___________________________________________________________________
                                                                     For parents' information



    Klaus F. Maas: Self-Evaluation Sheet (English)  Points  20 - 18= 1 (A)  |  17 - 16 = 2 (B)  |  15 - 13 = 3 (C)   |  12 - 10 = 4 (D)  |  9 - 7 = 5 (E)  |  6 - 0 = 6 (F) 

    Name, First Name : ..................................................................... Class:....10a........
     
     

    Self-evaluation sheet about my work in class


    Date
    I'm prepared
    I've helped to make the lessons a success
    My mark Teacher
    2006
    January
    Summing up

    points: (max 5)
    Co-operation
    contributions
    points: (max 9)
    results:
    I have learnt: note key-words
    points: (max 6)
    points mark (20)     
    Mon 9th 
                
    Wed 11th
               
    Thu 12th
                
    Mon 16th
               
    Mon 16th
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    REVISION

    What I learned last week:
    Words:

     
     

    Grammar:
     
     
     
     

    Functions:
     
     
     
     

    Contents:
     
     
     
     

    Strategies:

       
    Wed 18th
               
    Thu 19th
               
    Mark for this fixed period:
       

    Deadline: 19th January 2006

    Date_____________  _________________________________________
    (signature for parents' information)
     


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