Importance Of Speaking And Listening Skills

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Speaking and Listening – Elizabeth has shown she has good speaking and listening skills this year. She loves show and tell and takes great pride in presenting to the class items that she has bought in from home. When presenting, Elizabeth articulates well and holds good eye contact with her audience. During carpet sessions, she listens well most of the time but can occasionally become distracted by what others are doing around her. When taking part in School performances, Elizabeth is more confident and is beginning to enjoy performing to large audiences.

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Handwriting – Elizabeth makes an effort to keep the presentation of her work neat. Her handwriting is clear and she is using cursive script consistently. Her letters are sized appropriately and are well formed. When writing, Elizabeth applies the correct amount of pressure to her pencil, making her writing easy to read and her pace is good when she does not rush to finish. When she rushes her work, her letters can become larger and her handwriting less neat. Elizabeth is learning to proof read her work once she has finished but must continue to develop this skill next year.

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Maths - Elizabeth has made excellent progress in maths
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She has been exposed to a variety of programs this year including Microsoft Publisher and Microsoft Word. Elizabeth was particularly enthusiastic when designing a lost poster for an animal, she thought carefully about the appearance of her work and how best to make it eye catching so that it would be more easily seen. Occasionally she can become frustrated when a program is not working as she would like, in these times she has been encouraged to think carefully about the instructions she has given to the computer and whether there is a command that she has missed out, preventing the program from doing as she

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