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  • 1. Zespół Szkół nr 2 Gimnazjum Dwujęzyczne nr 18 This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only ofthe author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. Pleased to Meet EU Meeting in Austria February 2012 SCHOOL ASSESSMENT SYSTEM Beata Kocjan
  • 2. Students’ progress is monitored on a regular basis andthe assessment takes place quite oftenStudents can be given from 10 – 20 grades per termdepending on the teacherAll the marks are registered in a traditional paperregister and ranked from 1 (being the lowest) to 3(the highest)All the marks are described: vocabulary 1, speaking –theme parks, grammar - tenses
  • 3. 6 is excellent and 1 is bad (failed), 2 means passedAt the end of the term the mean value of them all iscalculated (4.1 – 4; 3.7 – 4 )The grade which appears on the final report is themean value of all the marks gathered throughout thewhole school yearAll the rules are stated in the School AssessmentSystem, which is transparent for teachers, parentsand students
  • 4. What are students given marks for Homeworks – written and oral assignments on almost daily basis, for example: • daily routine (present simple)• Friday 13th, stories (past tenses)•Advertisment of a theme park•Descriptions - provide definitions, synonyms, antonyms•Charitable organisations – describe a Polish one •Ecology - problems, consequences, solutions•Grammar or vocabulary drillsNot always reliable therefore assessed with lower ranks
  • 5. Speaking, for example:•Speeches – individual presentations in front of class(vocabulary consolidation, fluency)•Dialogues, interviews, radio and TV shows based ontext mediation (very motivating – a forest ofvolunteers)Writing, for example:•Tests after each coursebook unit, after 2 or even 5units (the highest rank)•Vocabulary quizzes – quick translations
  • 6. •Language functions, everyday situations – quicktranslations•Grammar tests covering one or more problems – thefinal target being the ability to paraphrase structures A sample of a method based on text mediation•Lead – in excersises: What does a police dog do?•Reading comprehension•Vocabulary work: the teacher highlights importantissues
  • 7. •Students’ pair work : make an interview with a doghandler – use vocabulary from the text, present theresults EXTERNAL EXAMS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES•Based on National Curriculum•Organised, supervised and assessed by CentralExamination Board•The results are taken into consideration during therecruitment process for the upper secondary level andhigher education (methods suitable for ‘producing’test – wise takers)
  • 8. EXTERNAL EXAMS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGESLOWER – SECONDARY LEVEL UPPER – SECONDARY LEVEL ORALBASIC LEVEL EXTENDED LEVEL BASIC LEVEL BILINGUAL LEVEL EXTENDED LEVEL
  • 9. LOWER LOWER UPPER UPPER UPPER BASIC EXTENDED BASIC EXTENDED BILING UALCOMMONEUROPEAN A2 A2+ A2+/ B2 / B2+ C1/FRAME –WORK B1 C2AGE OFSTUDENTS 16 16 19 19 19
  • 10. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION