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JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT


Name: M. ANUGRAH RAAFII'U Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Cooperation. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Independent Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal. Recitation.
Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening. Speaking.
Attitude Writing
Raafii'u has a pleasant disposition. Raafii'u does not willingly participate in writing activities.
Example: Example:

On December 6th 2016, in workshop time students were On December 13th 2016, in workshop time, the students reviewed the
asked to answer questions in their students book. There lessons in order to prepare final test. The teacher gave some exercises,
was a student, Fazli, whose pencil was not sharp, then he but Raafii'u did not do the exercise and he played with his toy. Then the
asked Raafi'u by saying "May I borrow your sharpener?" teacher said "do you want to keep your toy and finish the exercise or I
then Raafii'u felt happy to share her sharpener with his keep the toy?" Then he said " No ms, I will keep the toy."
friends.
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(Rurin Mayasari) (Ida Kurniati, M.Pd.) Name


Classroom Teacher Principal
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name : M. Fazli Qoharu Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Personality. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Cooperation. Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal.
Independent Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Recitation. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening.
Speaking.
Enthusiasm Writing
Fazli is an enthusiastic learner Fazli shows self-confidence in writing.
Example: Example:

- On December 2nd 2016, in CGT teacher asked the students On December 9th 2016, in workshop time, students did exercises on
to arrange the jumble sentence about transportation. Fazli workbook about present continuous like "What is Tim doing?". Fazli
raised his hand and said "I am the first Ms". did his exercises without seeing his friends’ answer. When teacher
cheked his work, he did not make any mistake.
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(Rurin Mayasari) (Ida Kurniati, M.Pd.) Name


Classroom Teacher Principal
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name : Anindya Garini Mayshiela N Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Personality.Participation. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Cooperation. Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal.
Independent Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Recitation. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening.
Speaking.
Personality Spelling
Kanya often seems tired at school Kanya is able to learn to spell words easily.
Example: Example:

- On December 6th 2016, in Workshop Time the students did the On December 2nd 2016 in class group time. Students reviewed
practice in students book. Kanya looked not interested and names of transportation. When teacher asked Kanya to spell word
pale. The teacher asked her "why are you pale?' she answered 'scooter', she spelled the word without looking at her book.
"I am sick ms."
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(Rurin Mayasari) (Ida Kurniati, M.Pd.) Name


Classroom Teacher Principal
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name: Keisha Aurelia Putri Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Cooperation. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Independent Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal. Recitation.
Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening. Speaking.
Personality Spelling
Keisha is cooperative and happy. Keisha needs reminders to put increased effort into identifying misspellings
in frequently used words
Example: Example:

On December 9th 2016, in Circle Time teacher and On December 13th 2016, in Workshop time teacher asked Keisha "What is
students played musical chair. Keisha smiled and said John doing?" Keisha answered "reading newspaper." Then the teacher
"Ms I like this game. I want to play this game again." asked "can you make a sentence?" After that she revised "John is reading
Then the teacher said "Okay. Let's play this game again newspaper."
next meeting."
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(Rurin Mayasari) (Ida Kurniati, M.Pd)


Classroom Teacher Principal Name
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name: M. Rayanza Mulia Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Personality. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Cooperation. Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal. Recitation.
Independent Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening. Speaking.
Personality Writing
Rayanza needs to pay more attention. Rayanza revises, proofreads, and writes legibly.
Example: Example:

On December 2nd 2016, in Workshop Tome, the teacher On December 9th 2016, in workshop time students did exercise in
gave explanation about "I'd like to go to". Teacher asked Students book about I'd like to go to. Rayanza wrote sentence "I'd like
students to pay attention, but Rayanza looked at Raafi'u go to Canada." Then the teacher asked "Do you miss something here?"
and talked each other. When teacher called his name, he Then he revised and wrote "I'd like to go to Canada."
looked at the teacher again.
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Classroom Teacher Principal
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT

Name: Diva Janetta Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016


Learning Attitudes. Participation. Personality. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Cooperation. Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal. Recitation.
Independent Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening. Speaking.
Enthusiasm Speaking
Diva is showing her interest in every classroom activities. Diva shows a lot of progress in speaking.
Example: Examples

On December 9th, in circle time, Diva seemed excited in On December 6th, it was Go Home Time. The teacher asked students to
every classroom activities. If she did not understand of how sit nicely and make a sentence based on what the teacher does, such
to play the game, she asked the teacher. When students as "Ms Rurin is flying a helicopter." Diva was the first student who
played the game, she followed teacher’s instruction and made sentence without any mistake.
sometimes she reminded her friends to follow teacher’s
instruction.
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(Rurin Mayasari) Ida Kurniati M. Pd Name


Classroom Teacher Principal
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT

Name: Aisyah Nayara Arkasiwi Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016


Learning Attitudes. Participation. Personality. Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading Comprehension.
Cooperation. Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Home Reading. Responds Journal. Recitation. Handwriting.
Independent Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Writing. Note Taking. Listening. Speaking.
Learning Attitude Phonics
Nayara Nayara requires assistance when revising.
Example: Example:

On December 13th 2016, in go home time, Nayara cleaned On December 11th, in workshop time, Nayara was asked to measure
up the paper and put in trash can. Then she pushed her origami paper by using ruler and write the result. She wrote "the paper
chair in, cleaned up the whiteboard and lined up is 15 cm hight." It took several times for the teacher to explain the
pattern by showing the examples before he revised and wrote "high".
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(Rurin Mayasari) Ida Kurniati M. Pd Name


Classroom Teacher Principal
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name : Raisha Lyn Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Cooperation. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Independent Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal.
Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Recitation. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening.
Speaking.
Participation Reading
Alin shares with other in the class. Alin speaks in complete sennteces.
Example: Example:

On December 13th 2016, in workshop time. Students did On December 2nd, in Class Group Time students were asked to guess
monthly evaluation. Alin listened to what teacher explained what the teacher did by using present continuous. Raafii'u said " Ms
carefully and when teacher gave some questions related to it, Rurin riding cab." Then the teacher said "Sorry, you miss something
she answered it promptly. in your sentence." Then Alin raised her hand and revised by saying
"Ms Rurin is driving a cab."
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(Rurin Mayasari) (Ida Kurniati, M.Pd.)


Classroom Teacher Principal Name
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name : Azza Farzan Athaliandra Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Cooperation. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Independent Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal.
Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Recitation. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening.
Speaking.
Learning Attitude Writing
Azza attitude makes it hard for his to get along with other Azza requires assistance with communication skills.
classmates
Example: Example:

On December 9th, in www time, he didn’t listen to his friend On December 13th , in WWW Time, when he would like to express
who explained the game rules. During the play, he took turn what he meant, he did not know the words in English. Then he asked
when it was not his to take turn and he also took his friends’ the teacher, “Ms, what is in English…?” The teacher assisted him to
cards. The teacher approached him trying to tell the rules, say the words in English. He repeated it.
then he looked for another game.
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(Rurin Mayasari) (Ida Kurniati, M.Pd.)


Classroom Teacher Principal Name
JUNIOR ENGLISH FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
MONTHLY PROGRESS REPORT
Name: Muhammad Alkindi Level: 2/II/2 Date: December 2016
Learning Attitudes. Participation. Cooperation. English Skills; Phonics. Spelling. Reading Fluency. Reading
Enthusiasm. Following Direction. Independent Comprehension. Home Reading. Responds Journal.
Working, Conscientious. Use of Time. Recitation. Handwriting. Writing. Note Taking. Listening.
Speaking.
Enthusiasm Speaking
Kindi is full of enthusiasm when it comes to asking and Kindi speaks with confidence to the group
answering questions.
Example: Example:

On December 13th, in WWW time, students play with the toys. On December 6th, in Circle Time, When teacher wrote “Job
Teacher asked students about their favorite toys, Kindi raised assignment” on the whiteboard, and asked for the volunteer of
his hands many times and took the initiative to respond to his “Speak English”, Kindi directly raised his hand and said, “Ms,
friends sharing ‘I like ball and car, Ms !’ by saying ‘Me too !’ me..me... I want to be the reminder of Speak English”
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Classroom Teacher Principal Name