Student progress reports for Set Work
reports for Set Work
In the main menu select ‘Set Work’
Mastery for set work requires 75% correct in any of
the 3 spell check games. These are given as mandatory every 5th
1. The Status/Results icon will give you the progress results (when you
click on it).
It is green for completed work by the group, blue for work in progress,
red for overdue work (though still available)
2. Click on the ‘Status/Results’ icon for any piece of set work. In this example Tabby has completed half the lists she
has been set
3. Click on the Errors hyperlink for detail of errors
4. Click on the ‘Results’ icon for a given student for more detail
These results can be printed or saved
Student progress reports for Supershark (& Free Play)
Placement and progress in Supershark All students are given the baseline test (Shark Challenge) by default when they first log into the program, to find the appropriate Unit of work (out of 44 Units) to start at. They are then placed in Supershark - ...
Why are only 3 games offered in Set Work sometimes?
Why does this happen? Students can choose from the variety of games. However, only 3 games are shown/offered when a student doesn't happen to have chosen to play any of the 3 spell check games that Wordshark uses to 'test' the students. This testing ...
Viewing Student's own reports
Student's own reports Students working in Supershark (and other courses if they have access) should click on ‘My Progress’. Their results are available straight away. The results are for the spelling 'check' games they have played. Their Set Work ...
Although we do not have a specific manual for reports and progress, the following may help to understand what each report shows. Group Report: The program starts with the ‘Shark Challenge’, a base line test to determine the starting point in ...
Setting work using published courses
Setting work is a simple but targeted approach to ensure students focus on your chosen word lists. You can choose from any of the published courses, or from any lists you have made yourself (or ones that other teachers in your school have shared with ...
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