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Code based marking


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Code based marking

  1. 1. Code-based marking
  2. 2. Some Year 10 work
  3. 3. WWW: You’ve identified parts of Taunton that fit the core and frame model. EBI: You needed to explain why each image represents the model. For example why are bus stations found in the frame of the CBD? Don’t forget to use capitals for place names. Could you describe some other examples of typical land use in the frame apart from the bus station? C My detailed marking
  4. 4. Alternatively… C
  5. 5. Marking codes L1 level 1 mark range L2 level 2 mark range L3 level 3 mark range Standard codes idea or an important point ^ AnNot answering the question is missing NAQ Sp / SpG Spelling / grammar mistake P Punctuation error Text underlined incorrect point // Start a new sentence / paragraph ? Can’t read / I don’t understand you Ev Evidence required Read through your work and add your own comments. Record your mark and think about how you can improve your work on your assessment record sheet. Investigating Taunton’s CBD The image needed a title. Make sure that place names have capital letters. You needed to explain in more detail why this image represents the zone. This image is not representative of the zone you are describing. These criteria change with the task
  6. 6. Code-based marking: How it works… 1. Scan through a few examples of work and pick up on the main errors / areas for improvement. 2. Edit a standard marking code PPT slide. 3. Mark work with symbols and your usual shorthand codes. 1. Return work to students. Get them to decrypt the codes used (2 minutes) 2. Show the marking codes. Students write comments on their own work. 3. DIRT time. (Directed Improvement and Reflection time) 4. Students record their grade / level on their own assessment record sheet along with one main target for improvement.
  7. 7. Code-based marking… Advantages Saves time / reduces workload Students UNDERSTAND feedback Students HAVE to respond to feedback Allows students time to ACT on feedback before moving on. (A single question designed to move them on is a useful strategy)
  8. 8. Could you list some other examples of typical land use in the frame apart from the bus station? C Ideally, include one question to move student on
  9. 9. I would like to acknowledge the education bloggers Alex Quigley, Tom Sherrington and Joe Kirby on whose work the presentation is entirely based. Noel Jenkins 2013 @noeljenkins