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Marking with DIRT
Marking with DIRT
Marking with DIRT
Marking with DIRT
Marking with DIRT
Marking with DIRT
Marking with DIRT
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  • 1. Marking with DIRT
  • 2. Ron Berger @RonBergerEL “Most discussions of assessment start in the wrong place. The most important assessment that goes on in a school isn’t done to students but goes on inside students. How do we get inside students’ heads and [improve] quality and effort” (P103, ‘An Ethic of Excellence’)
  • 3. David Didau @learningspy
  • 4. Alex Quigley @huntingenglish
  • 5. Year 9 DIRT time TARGET DIRT TIME TASK 1. Apply complex keywords correctly Explain why bacteria decaying manure can support plant growth in a green house 2. Use more than one step to explain Explain why photosynthesis allows root growth using the idea of photosynthesis, glucose production, transport and storage 3. Describe information from graphs in full Complete 9(b) again on your DIRT time page. Redraw the graph. 4. Apply knowledge to a new scenario Explain why marram grass are adapted to reduce water loss 5 Define complex keywords and learn them Include respiration and photosynthesis in a sentence 6. Demonstrate the parts of a cell Draw a plant cell and include the labels 7. Identify elements correctly in a compound Find the names of the elements in NH4NO3. State the number of elements and the number of atoms
  • 6. Want some examples? • @PSMBiochem • philip.smith@ntlp.org.uk • DM your email address or send email • Thanks for listening
  • 7. Want some examples? • @PSMBiochem • philip.smith@ntlp.org.uk • DM your email address or send email • Thanks for listening

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