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Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
Section a marks & mark scheme
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  • 1. Section A marks & mark scheme L/O: to understand how you are marked and graded in the (section A) exam
  • 2. ? • How do you think you are graded? • Consider there is 50 marks
  • 3. Where is mark scheme? • Name 2 places you can find the mark scheme: 1. In folder – section A worksheets 2. Online – google – ocr media – a level – view all documents – mark scheme jun 12 TV drama Get online version on your iPad
  • 4. EAA, EG, T You are marked in 3 areas: • EAA • EG • T Explanation, argument, analysis Examples (evidence) Terminology
  • 5. Marks These 3 sections are worth…. • EAA • EG • T 20 marks 20 marks 10 marks
  • 6. EAA Explanation, argument, analysis -understanding of task -the points you make and the arguments you state – are they accurate? -understanding of the way technical area are used to construct extract's representation -relevance to set question -use of PEAL (quality of point/analysis)
  • 7. EG Example -examples from the clip PEAL -frequency of examples -range of examples -appropriateness of examples (relevant to points and representation link)
  • 8. T Terminology (terms) -using appropriate terminology -using a range of terminology -relevance and accuracy of terminology
  • 9. Levels • Your answer is graded by the same levels in c/w • • • • Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Minimal/incomplete very simple ideas Basic Proficient Excellent simple ideas straight forward ideas complex ideas
  • 10. Levels and marks Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 EAA 0-7 8-11 12-15 16-20 EG 0-7 8-11 12-15 16-20 T 0-3 4-5 6-7 8-10 TOTAL 0-17 20-27 30-37 40-50 GRADE Divide total by 50 Divide total by 50 Divide total by 50 Divide total by 50 0-34% U 40-54% E-D 60-74% C-B 80-100% A To calculate percentage and grade: Total mark, divide by 50 Example 23/50 = 46% = E2 A 80-100% B 70-79% C 60-69% D 50-59% E 40-49% U 0-39%
  • 11. Overall and writing Writing Your quality of writing is considered in grade. -how ideas are expressed -structure of writing including sentences, paragraphs -connectives -punctuation -spelling/grammar (see general level descriptor under T)
  • 12. Plenary • EAA means…….? / ____ • EX means……? /____ • T means……? /____

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