Assessment comments and progress report ideas for drama students of all age groups.
Coming up with meaningful, honest, and positive comments for student assessments can be tricky. Here are 15 specific paragraphs that can inspire you to write your own student comments. There are example comments for younger, middle, and older students. Plus, a list of 50 positive comments and 50 things children can learn from participating in drama.
Example comment for a younger student:
Jade participates fully in our creative drama class. She is positive, kind, and playful. She freely shares her imagination when we are acting out stories and loves to take on different characters. She enjoys singing and dancing and is learning to move in self-space and shared space. She advocates for herself when the classroom gets a bit too loud. She is an excellent audience member and can take turns, give focus, and share positive feedback with others.
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