How to Write an ESL Report

  • Start with an introduction about the student and class.

  • Discuss specifics about what was taught in class.

  • Be specific and keep it short.

  • Give constructive criticism that is specific to the student\'s strengths and weaknesses.

  • Be sure to include what you would like to see improved in future classes, assignments, or exams.

  • End by thanking the parents/students for being a part of your class.

  • Avoid creating reports from scratch.

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