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English Assessment grid

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  • 1. Assessment  grid  -­‐  English   David  Didau  @LearningSpy,  2014       Analysing  texts   Using  evidence   Understanding  context   Awareness  of  impact   Structure  &  coherence   Spelling,  punctuation  &   grammar   Working   towards   Some  simple  inference   at  a  basic  level  with   some  recognition  of   high  frequency  words;   feature  spotting   Some  awareness  &   understanding  of   simple  meaning     Some  awareness  of   when  and  where  a  text   was  produced   Some  awareness  of   writing  for  an  audience   and  purpose   Simple  connections   between  ideas  and   events,  sometimes  in   order   Begins  to  show   awareness  of  basic   punctuation  and  usually   correct  spelling  of   simple  words   Sometimes   Straightforward   inferences  based  on   unrelated  ideas;  begins   to  make  simple   comments  on  language   features   Identification  of  the   main  points  with  some   textual  references     Able  to  make   straightforward   connections  between   the  text  and  its  context   Purpose  is  beginning  to   be  established  with   some  attempt  to  match   style  to  appeal  to   reader   Attempts  to  organise   logically,  but   paragraphing   inconsistent   Basic  grammatical   structures  are  usually   correct;  high  frequency   words  are  usually  spelt   correctly   Secure   Explanation  of  relevant   language,  structure  &   ideas  without  teacher   support   Able  to  clearly  identify   most  relevant  points   using  a  range  of   quotations  and  textual   references   Understanding  that   texts  reflect  their  time   and  culture  and  fit  into   historical  and  literary   traditions   Purpose  is  clear,   constantly  maintained,   and  adapted  for  a  range   of  audiences   Paragraphing  &   sentence  structure  is   coherent,  clear  and   well-­‐developed,  with   links  generally   maintained   Range  of  punctuation   (including  speech)  used   accurately;  spelling  of   more  complex  words   are  generally  correct   Confident   Explores  multiple  and   developed   interpretations  of   language,  structure  &   ideas   Relevant  points   summarised  and   synthesised  through   well  chosen  textual   references   Making  connections   between  texts  from   different  times  and   cultures  and  being   aware  of  their  own   cultural  bias   Imaginative  treatment   of  material  to  sustain   interest  with  some   adaptation  of  style  and   register   Structure  is  integral  to  a   coherent  sequence  of   ideas  and  information  is   skilfully  shaped   Employs  a  full  range  of   punctuation  accurately   and  for  effect;  spelling   of  irregular  words  is   generally  accurate   Exceptional   To  be  able  to  zoom  in   on  language,  structure   &  ideas,  and  zoom  out   to  judge  relevance  and   impact  of  inference   Precision  in  selection   and  application  of   evidence,  fully  and   concisely  synthesised   and  embedded  into   perceptive  commentary   Understanding  the   impact  of  texts  and   exploring  the  ways  texts   have  influenced   literature  and  society   Creative  selection  and   adaptation  of  a  wide   range  of  forms  using  a   well  judged,  instinctive   voice  to  explore   different  perspectives   A  wide  variety  of   structures  are  used  for   deliberate  effect   Punctuation  deployed   to  craft  meaning;   spelling  and   grammatical  features   are  accurate   Beyond   To  question  and   criticise  interpretations   and  synthesising  ideas   from  a  range  of  texts   including  literary   criticism   Subtlety  in  using   evidence  to  critique  and   challenge  accepted   viewpoints     Challenging   assumptions  about  the   cultural  value  of  texts     Convincingly  take  on   different  perspectives   and  personas  Including   parody,  pastiche,  irony   and  satire   Cross  referencing  in   order  to  develop   counter-­‐arguments  and   to  take  readers  outside   of  confines  of  a  text   Punctuation  is  executed   highly  imaginatively  to   enable  subtle   distinctions  of  meaning    

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