**QUESTIONS TO PONDER:**

- Has the student answered to the question? If not, what's wrong in the way the answer is presented?
- Is the overall working clearly presented to demonstrate the student knows what he/she needs to find? If not, how could the working/ presentation be improved?

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Remember to state

**CASE NUMBER**,

**PROBLEM**&

**SOLUTION**for each question here. I will only allow ONE comment from each student.

Case 1

ReplyDeleteProblem: The answer is not in index notation.

Solution: Read the question properly next time and don't make the same mistake again.

Case 2

Problem: There is no presentation of answers.

Solution: Write: The factors of 8008 in index notation are ... #

Case 3

Problem: There is no '#' at the back of the answer.

Solution: Put a '#' next time.

Case 4

Problem: The student put 'Ans'.

Solution: Do not put 'Ans' the next time.

Case 5

Problem: There is no '#' at the back of the answer.

Solution: Put a '#' at the back of the answer next time.

case1

ReplyDeletethe answer should have been index notation he can correct it by seeing the numbers at left of the L

case2

there is no hashtag,underline or answer statement to signify which is the answer

case3

he need not have put brackets and just times it and he did not have a hash

case4

he need not have used brackets and should have used a hash

case5

he could have used a hash instead of a line

Case 1

ReplyDeleteThe answers are not expressed in index-notation

Case 2

Answers are not expressed in index notation correctly

Ans:8008 =....

Case 3

There is no signs /symbol that allows the marker to know that number is the answer

Case 4:

He should have placed hashtag or underline

Case 5:

He should have hashtag his answer

Marcus

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteThe answer should have been in index notation.

Case 2:

The answer is not presented properly

Case 3:

There should be some indication of which is the answer, like a hashtag.

Case 4:

Instead of writing an answer statement, he/she can just put a hashtag beside the answer.

Case 5:

There should be clear indication of the answer and not just an underline.

Case 1: The answer should be in index notation.

ReplyDeleteCase 2: The answer is not presented properly.

Case 3: Presentation of answer is wrong. He/She should have put the hashtag at the back of the answer.

Case 4: He/She should have put a hashtag at the back of the answer instead of 'Ans:'

Case 5: Instead of underlining the answer, he/she should have put a hashtag.

Case 1: The student listed down the composite factors as well as the prime factors.

ReplyDeleteCase 2: The answer is not in proper index notation.

Case 3: There are brackets which will mess up the order of the operations.

Case 4: The brackets will mess up the order of operations.

Case 5: The prime factors should be listed in ascending order.

Case 1

ReplyDeleteProblem:The answer is not in index notation

Solution: Put the answer in index notation

Case 2

Problem:The answer is not presented

Solution:The answer should be presented

Case 3

Problem:There is no multiply sign and the answer was not correctly shown

Solution:Put a X there and underline or # the answer

Case 4

Problem:There is brackets in the answer

Solution:He should remove the brackets

Case 5

Problem:There is no #

Solution:He should put a # at his answer

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteProblem: The answer is not presented in index notation.

Solution: Put the answer in index notation.

Case 2:

Problem: The answer is not presented properly.

Solution: Indicate which number is the answer.

Case 3:

Problem: There is no indication of which the number is a answer.

Solution: He/She could have put a # to signify which number is the answer.

Case 4:

Problem: The answer was presented very long-winded.

Solution: He/She could have just put a # sign behind the answer.

Case 5:

Problem: There was no # in the answer.

Solution: Put a # behind the answer.

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteProblem: The student used ",".

Solution: The student should have used "x".

Case 2:

Problem: Which is HCF or LCM.

Solution: Present it as (HCF of _ & LCM of _)

Case 3:

Problem: Did not place "x"

Solution: Should have done that

Case 4:

Problem: Very vague

Solution: Specify whose factors are those

Case 5:

Problem: is it HCF or LCM

Solution: present correctly

Case 1: The answer should be in index notation.

ReplyDeleteCase 2: The answer does not have a hash .

Case 3: The answer should not have a bracket

Case 4: The answer has a bracket and a 'ANS' when it should have a hash instead.

Case 5: The answer should have a hash

Case 1

ReplyDelete-The answer should be expressed in the index notation form

Case 2

-The student did not write the symbol '#' to show that that is his final answer

Case 3

-The student did not write the symbol '#' to show that that is his final answer

Case 4

-He could simplify his way of answering from writing a 'ans:' to a simple '#' to show that that is his answer,his final answer

Case 5

-The student did not write the symbol '#' to show that that is his final answer

Case 1

ReplyDeleteProblem: The student did not only take the prime factors on the left of the list but instead the students also took the factor on the right which is not a prime number

Solution: The student must take the factor on the left as it is a prime number .

Case 2

Problems: Although the student had completed his working and that is his/her final answer , the student did not leave a # at the end of the answer the student gave .

Solution: The student should have done that to show that that is the answer or else the teachers could mistake it as half done

Case 3

Problem: There should not have been the bracket for 5x7.

Solution: The Student should have wrote the equation out without the bracket

Case 4

Problem: The student should have simplified the answer without the bracket and the student need not put the Ans

Solution: Simplify the answer and instead of Ans just put a #

Case 5

Problem: The student underlined the answer which is supposed to be a #

Solution: Just leave a # instead of underlining.

Case 1:

ReplyDelete-The student did not draw the bottom of the L and workings are not written clearly.

Case 2:

-The answer is not in index notation.

Case 3:

-The presentation of the answer has no x in between the 3 2 and the 5x7

Case 4:

-answer presentation is wrong . it should be in index notation.

Case 5:

-working presentation is incorrect base of L should not protrude out.

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteProblem-Student's presentation of 'L' format is wrong. Answer is not in index notation and working is messy.

Solution- Write neatly and do read the question properly. Also, Draw the 'L' format properly.

Case 2:

Problem- Did not state the answer.

Solution- State answer next time with a hashtag.

Case 3:

Problem-Did not show where is the answer.

Solution- Add and hashtag at the back of the answer.

Case 4:

Problem- Answer should be in index notation and he should use hashtag to save time.

Solution- Take away the brackets and use hashtag instead.

Case 5:

Problem- Should use hashtags.

Conclusion- Add hashtags.

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteProblem:Answer is not in index notation and 'L' format is not correct.

Solution:The 'L' format should be shown correctly and answer must be in index notation.

Case 2:

Problem:There is no presentation of answer.

Solution:Answer should be shown clearly with a hashtag.

Case 3:

Problem:There is no hashtag to show that,that is the answer.

Solution:He should put a hashtag at the back of his answer.

Case 4:

Problem:He should not present his answer as Ans:....

Solution:He should put a hashtag behind his answer and not Ans:...

Case 5:

Problem:He has underlined the answer.

Solution:He should put a hashtag behind the answer instead of underlining it.

Case 1

ReplyDeleteProblem: the student did not use index notation as part of his number statement

Solution:after the student write down the repeated division working, he should pen down the index notation.

Case 2

Problem:The presentation of the answer is not very clear

Solution: Underline the answer or put a hash tag at the end of the answer to show it

Case 3

Problem:The index notation was not written properly as there is a missing mutiplication sign between the 3 to the power of 2 and the bracket.

Solution: Write a mutiplication sign there to show that is is multiplying.

Case 4

problem:The student used " ans " to represent the answer

Solution: Use hash tag instead

Case 5

Problem: The representation of the answer is wrong as the line may mean that is is a clue or something

Solution: Use hash tag to represent all the answer

Case 1: The student did not draw the L properly and did not have a answer (no #)

ReplyDeletehe/she should have draw the L properly and put his #

Case 2: There was no # to show what the answer is

he/she should have put his #

Case 3: There is no indication of the answer

he/she should put a #

Case 4:The student put ans and did not put 8008=........

he/she should have put # after 8008........

Case 5:The student use an underline instead of a #

he/she should have use #

Case 1: He should state it in index notation

ReplyDeleteCase 2: He should put a # beside the answer to tell which is the final answer

Case 3: He should state his answer with a # so it could be seen clearly

Case 4: Instead of putting "ANS:" put "#"

Case 5: state the ans clearly by writing the HCF or LCM Is.........

Case 5:

Case 1

ReplyDeleteProblem: The answer is not in index notation

Solution: Write the answer in index notation and remember that

Case 2

Problem: Did not have the right presentation of answers

Solution: Put "The factors of 8008 in index notation are" in front of the answer

Case 3

Problem: Did not indicate which is the answer for that question

Solution: Put a # under the answer to show that that is the answer for that question

Case 4

Problem: The student placed a "ANS:" to show his answer

Solution: Instead of placing an "ANS", put a # under the answer

Case 5

Problem: The student underlined his answer to show that that is his answer

Solution: Put a # under the answer instead of underlining it

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteProblem: The L method is not drawn properly.He did not answer in index notation.

Solution: Draw the L method properly and answer in index notation.

Case 2:

Problem: Did not state the answer.

Solution: Mark the answer using a hashtag.

Case 3

Problem:Did not state which is the answer.

Solution: Put a hashtag next to the answer

Case 4:

Problem:wrong presentation of answer.

Solution:Use a hashtag.

Case 5:

Problem:There isn't a hashtag and the prime factors should be in ascending order.

Solution:Use a hashtag and arrange the primes correctly.

Case 1:

ReplyDeleteProblem: Student did not express answer in index notation.

Solution: Express answer in index notation.

Case 2:

Problem: Student did not provide his final answer after working it out.

Solution: Put a hashtag(#) to indicate that it is the final answer.

Case 3:

Problem: Did not indicate that the answer was his final answer.

Solution: Include a hashtag after deriving your final answer.

Case 4:

Problem: Student did not specify which number's factors those are.

Solution: Write down the number from which the answer is derives from.

Case 5:

Problem: The student used an underline instead of "#" or "//"

Solution: Write the sign which states that it is his/ her final answer.