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  • Assessment for Learning SAA, FEBRUARY 2010
  • ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING • Learning Intentions • Success Criteria • Formative Feedback • Effective Questioning • Peer- and Self-Assessment and Self- Evaluation
  • #1 Learning Intentions
  • LEARNING •WALT board INTENTIONS •Learning intentions displayed •SOMETHING OLD •SOMETHING NEW •SOMETHING FUN •SOMETHING TO DO •Learning intentions at front of booklet
  • LEARNING INTENTIONS •Post-its •KWL
  • •Mind-mapping LEARNING INTENTIONS
  • Model statements : I can name various items of food and drink STARTER I am able to place the words into a sentence ACTIVITIES with a verb I know how to express opinions about food I know what a connective is SETTING THE I know what an a high frequency word is BASELINE I know how to build a sentence using a high frequency word with an opinion I can connect two simple sentences saying what I eat and drink without opinions I know that by the end of the lesson I can understand how to build and connect more complex sentences I know what working at levels 2,3,4 means
  • #2 Success Criteria
  • •2 contrasting pieces of finished work SUCCESS CRITERIA •YOO’s Post-its
  • #3 Formative Feedback
  • •Grid from controlled assessment tasks
  • FORMATIVE FEEDBACK Comment-only Marking Groups of Improvemen Interest in COMMENT- pupils given: t in Work Subject ONLY MARKING Marks/grades Nil + for high attainers only - for middle/low Marks/grades + Nil + for high attainers comments - for middle/low Comments only 30% + for all groups Research findings, Black & Wiliam,1998
  • •Stickers from http://www.schoolstickers.co.uk/
  • •Stickers from TES
  • FORMATIVE HIGHLIGHTING FEEDBACK HIGHLIGHTING •for accuracy •for comprehension •to improve
  • Prompts for Improvement FORMATIVE FEEDBACK • A reminder prompt: is most suitable for able children. „Say more about how you feel about this person.‟ • A scaffold prompt: scaffolds the learning for children who need PROMPTS more support than a simple reminder. „Can you describe how this person is a „good friend‟?‟ „Describe something that happened that showed they are a good friend.‟ • An example prompt: can be extremely successful with all children, but especially with average or below average children. ‘Choose one of these or your own: “He is a good friend because he never says unkind things about me”, “My friend is a friend because he never tells me lies.‟” - Shirley Clarke
  • •Quizdom
  • #4 Effective Questioning
  • • Ask fewer questions and less closed questions • Involve the whole class. • Think, pair, share.
  • • Articulate - Provide think time • No hands up • Game show elements - Ask the audience
  • • Talkers & Listeners • Line dancing
  • Back to AFL Tools •X & Y •No to no and no to yes
  • Back to AFL Tools EFFECTIVE QUESTIONING
  • #5 Peer- and Self-Assessment and Self-Evaluation
  • TEACHER Teacher Assessment • There is no need to write your name on this sheet, only your year ASSESSMENT and set. • Please circle your response to the statements written down, between 1 and 4. • Where 1 = strongly agree and 4 = strongly disagree • Introducing new topics • I link the topics to past topics well 1 2 3 4 • I talk too fast 1 2 3 4 • I talk too slow 1 2 3 4 • I talk at the right speed 1 2 3 4 • I make things sound interesting 1 2 3 4 • I am good at emphasising keypoints 1 2 3 4 • I make you become involved 1 2 3 4 • I use a variety of teaching styles 1 2 3 4 • I use lots of different resources 1 2 3 4
  • peer assessment.ppt PEER ASSESSMENT
  • PEER www: ASSESSMENT / You covered ________________ section from the success FORMATIVE criteria well. ASSESSMENT You fully explained ______________ from the success criteria. You showed an excellent level of understanding of the Learning Objective. You work is very well presented. ebi: You need to look at ________________ section again, you did not answer this correctly. You forgot to have ___________ section in your piece of writing. Next time you should: Check your work against the success criteria before you hand it up. Spell check your work before you hand it up. Add colour and images to your work
  • PEER ASSESSMENT Mi colegio – speaking assessment 2 STARS AND A WISH
  • PEER ASSESSMENT A BUG’S LIFE
  • Speaking Assessment Grid PEER ASSESSMENT Name of the person doing the talk: _________________________ Name of the person listening: _______________________ USING A FRAMEWORK
  • L Description Examples PEER 4 Need to be able to say 4 or 5 sentences. must have ASSESSMENT a verb Need to use connectives et mais qui parce que car USING Need to express my opinions confidently and justify them THE Reasons why like or dislike parce que car MARK Need to use time phrases SCHEME souvent d’habitude Quelque fois Rarement Tous les jours Need to use qualifiers accurately très assez beaucoup de... Need to use the present tense Je + verb Je fais J’étudie J’ai Je suis
  • •SPEED-DATING PEER ASSESSMENT
  • PEER ASSESSMENT
  • PEER ASSESSMENT USING A DEPARTMENTAL WIKI http://spanishingr osvenor.wikispace s.com
  • SELF What did you find ASSESSMENT difficult while you were learning today? ? AfL
  • Self-Evaluation Prompts What did you find What do you need What can you do easy about learning more help with? now that you to …? couldn’t do before? What really made What are you most The most important you think? pleased with? thing you learned was …
  • Nom _______________________ Date _______________ Form 1 Mi familia –Self Assessment Writing SELF Write about your family ASSESSMENT Organisation I wrote sentences I avoided lists I wrote paragraphs I wrote organised paragraphs Quality I could give opinions: I could give reasons: I could give examples in the future: I used short sentences I used some connectives I used a range of connectives I could give extra details –places -people -times I wrote sentences with “if”: I checked: Capital letters and punctuation Spelling and accents Masculine/feminine/singular/plural Verb endings and infinitives Next time I aim to
  • SELF ASSESSMENT
  • SELF ASSESSMENT TRAFFIC LIGHTS – Online Self assessment
  • SELF ASSESSMENT
  • SELF ASSESSMENT
  • SELF ASSESSMENT •Muddiest Point
  • SELF •Evaluation tree EVALUATION •Learning Ladder
  • SELF EVALUATION
  • •THUMBS UP SELF EVALUATION
  • TRAFFIC LIGHTS SELF EVALUATION
  • SELF EVALUATION MORE TRAFFIC LIGHTS
  • SELF •Scale 1-10 EVALUATION (eyes closed, hands up) •Scale 1-10 Quizdom
  • SELF EVALUATION LEARNING LOG
  • SELF EVALUATION REFLECTIVE LOG
  • PLENARIES •Post-its on grid •Post-its as leave
  • PLENARIES •Talk partners •Partnering
  • PLENARIES •Random name generator from classtools.net
  • PLENARIES •Pupil as teacher •3 things •5 5 1
  • PLENARIES •Pass it on •Cross the curriculum •Exam question
  • PLENARIES •DVRs
  • Back to AFL Tools PLENARIES •VAK
  • • Wheel of Fortune PLENARIES
  • PLENARIES PLENARY SQUARES Plenary_Squares. ppt
  • PEER http://www.nicurriculum.org.uk/key_stage_3/assessment/asses ASSESSMENT sment_for_learning/ AfL A Practical Guide