Report Card Comments for Teachers: Reading, Writing, & ELA
- __ is reading at a ___ grade level.
- __ has good reading comprehension and decoding skills.
- __ is reading well at this level.
- __ needs to learn basic sight words so she/he can decode words more quickly.
- __ struggles with reading comprehension.
- __ has difficulty understanding what he/she reads.
- I would like to see __ participate in more independent reading.
- __ needs to choose books that are at his/her own reading level.
- _ has read __ chapter books so far this year.
- I would like to see __ read for 15 minutes each night at home.
- __ needs to take his/her time and think about what he/she reads.
- __ is choosing books that are too difficult/simple for his/her level.
- It is refreshing to see that __ enjoys reading in his/her free time.
- __ needs to build his reading vocabulary.
- __ often has difficulty using reading strategies to decode new words.
- __ is a creative writer.
- __'s writing has a refreshing sense of voice, clarity, and style.
- __ has a strong command of the English language.
- __'s stories lack a clear beginning, middle, and end.
- I would like to see __ check his/her own writing more carefully before handing assignments in.
- __ often forgets capital letters and punctuation.
- __'s writing is clear, organized, and interesting to read.
- __ organizes his/her writing well, but needs to add more details to his/her works.
- __'s writing is creative, but often has many errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
- __ enjoys writing in his/her free time. I always look forward to reading his/her stories.
- __ has difficulty getting his/her thoughts down on paper in a timely manner.
- __ puts a great deal of time and effort into his/her writing.
- __ did a wonderful job on his/her __ assignment.
- While __ is a creative writer, he/she needs to work on creating stories that are realistic.
- __ has difficulty focusing on the assignment at-hand during writers' workshop.