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Hello, Sir. Your son is a pleasure to teach. He does a great job of interacting with his classmates in a positive way.
Thank you. I am happy to hear that.
According to the test result shown here, the student is exhibiting good ability in reading literary text, speakingand listening, but needs additional support in writing and language grammar. I hope we can work together in helping your son reach his highest potential.
Do you have any recommendations for ways I can help my son?
I have started a writing journal with the student. Please go over his homework corrections with him every night and discuss his grammar mistakes.
I will contact you every week with his progress.
I can do that for sure. I see that this will help him better understand his errors.
Start the meeting with general comments on the students situation in class. Make sure to include positive examples of the students performance.
Explain to the parent the assessment. Address where the student did well and where the student needs additional support.
Explain to the parent actions that the school will take to support the student as well as things that the parent can do. Make sure that the plan is achievable. Also, make a plan for further communication.
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