Finally the six year old assessment report was handed out to mummy at a teacher-parent meeting last night.
The test results are as follows:
(First semester is written in red and second semester is written in green)
- English : 100%, 96%
- Bahasa Malaysia : 99%, 88%
- Chinese : 93%, 84%
- Numbers : 70%, 65%
He is doing quite well in English, Bahasa Malaysia and Chinese. Though he scored less, because of his careless mistakes especially in Bahasa Malaysia and Numbers and because the second semester’s exams are much more difficult; daddy and mummy are quite happy with the languages results. The Numbers (mathematic) result is far below mummy’s expectation. He made so many careless mistakes! He got 65% only, scores in his class range from 40%+ to 90%+. Teachers said he did his test very slow, so during the last minutes he might be distracted by the friends who had finished doing the exam.
According to his Bahasa, Chinese & Numbers teachers, lately he is very playful and talkative in class and as a result he can’t focus at all, even worse than before. He is also very slow in writing; they have to wait for him to write his name in the spelling test, huh!
His English teacher said “She is very happy with Teng Hong’s improvement”. His blends, spelling, reading skill have improved a lot. He is one of the good readers! But in class, he is still restless, can’t focus!
“Han Yi Pin Yin” teacher commented, “Teng Hong improves a lot in his recent exam, he can do it independently”. This teacher also told mummy that “Teng Hong is actually a smart boy; he can absorb lessons quickly when he is focused!”
The problem is “This boy is hardly able to concentrate!”
Any advice how to stretch his attention span? How to make him act faster? Or maybe we should just wait for him to grow out of it.
This semester Teng Hong doesn’t hit the target given by daddy and mummy, “Score 85% or above for all the subjects”, so he is going to miss the “Ultimate Ben 10 Omnitrix” or “Deluxe Ben 10 Omnitrix” as his coming birthday present!
Last night when mummy came back from the teacher-parent meeting, he was so excited to know his test results; later he was a bit disappointed when mummy told him he can’t get his dream Omnitrix!
Mummy can see at such a young age he still doesn’t understand what all those scores mean! He only knows there is exam and he has to do well. Other than that, in his mind is “ALL ABOUT PLAY!”
Daddy who just came back from outstation today had a look at all Teng Hong’s test papers. He is quite happy with the results and told mummy, "don't take it too serious!"
Here is the Numbers test papers:
(Click at the picture to enlarge)
Chinese test papers:
Han Yi Pin Yin test papers:
Bahasa Malaysia test papers: