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AFL strategies - print out as notes pages, and cut up and hand out to pupils to fill in and stick in their books

AFL strategies - print out as notes pages, and cut up and hand out to pupils to fill in and stick in their books

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  • Cycle 1 – Does Britain deserve the title ‘ Great ’? Not very confident – would have difficulty answering the question Reasonably confident –knowledge of most of the topic areas Very confident – sound knowledge and understanding Secure and I am extending my CK by reading around the subject in my own time Progress-o-meter Progress-o-meter
  • Develop-o-meter
    • I have developed today in this lesson by:-
  • Pupil response PLTS Target Literacy target Teacher Target
  • History Department P2S Peer to Self Assessment @ QB Target :- Evidence :- Level :- Peer Marked by :- Target :- Self Level :-
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 T Targets or Feedback from marking In the box below write a review of how well you’ve done in your written work...
  • TOTALS – how many ticks in each column? PLTS are referred to as part of the Learning Outcomes History lessons are relevant to me Behaviour in lessons is good I know what to do to improve to the next level or sub-level in History I know what level I am working at in History I regularly receive H/W for History I know what the ‘Big Question’ is for this cycle is I have enjoyed studying History in this cycle Strongly Disagree Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly Agree Question
  • TOTALS – how many ticks in each column? I know what I need to do to achieve my MAG grade History GCSE is relevant to me Behaviour in lessons is good I know where I’m working at in relation to my MAG I know what my MAG is in History I regularly receive H/W for History I know what the topics are for Paper I I have enjoyed studying History GCSE so far Strongly Disagree Disagree Unsure Agree Strongly Agree Question