English Targets - Reading
APP Reading – Level 3
Assessment
Focus (AF)
Criteria
2
- make sure you to pick points from the t...
APP Reading – Level 4
Assessment
Focus (AF)
Criteria
2
- make sure you pick important points from the
text.
- use quotes f...
APP Reading – Level 5
Assessment
Focus (AF)
Criteria
2
- make sure you pick all of the important
points from the text, and...
APP Reading – Level 6
Assessment
Focus (AF)
Criteria
2
- identify all the relevant points in the text, making
sure you inc...
APP Reading – Level 7
Assessment
Focus (AF)
Criteria
2
- identify all the relevant points in the text, making
sure you inc...
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  1. 1. English Targets - Reading APP Reading – Level 3 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 2 - make sure you to pick points from the text. - pick some quotes from the text. 3 - show what the text means to you. - write comments about different parts of the text. - write what the character is thinking. 4 - talk about the features of the writing (paragraphs, phrases, etc) 5 - find examples of the writer’s use of adjectives, nouns, verbs, etc. 6 - comment on the writers purpose. - write what you think, and link it to what the writer has written. 7 - find links between texts (E.G similar characters, similar settings). - begin to identify features that explain where or when a text is set.
  2. 2. APP Reading – Level 4 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 2 - make sure you pick important points from the text. - use quotes from the text to back up what you think. 3 - make points that link with different parts of the text. - back up ideas with suitable quotes from the text. 4 - talk about the structure/layout of a piece of writing. - explain why a writer has organised their work in a certain way. 5 - find examples of the writer’s use of adjectives, nouns, verbs, etc and talk about them. - make simple comments about a writer’s choice of different words (vocabulary). 6 - comment on the writers main purpose or reason for writing. - write what you think the writer’s viewpoint is. - comment on the effect of the writing on you, give a personal response. 7 - make comments on where or when a text is set. - identify and begin to comment on links between texts.
  3. 3. APP Reading – Level 5 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 2 - make sure you pick all of the important points from the text, and talk about them all. - make sure you back up all your ideas with quotes or evidence from the text. 3 - explain all of your points in detail, and talk about different parts of the text. - back up ideas with suitable quotes from the text, and discuss what you think the writer is talking about. 4 - talk about the structure/layout of a piece of writing, commenting on why the writer has used that feature. - explain all the reasons why a writer may have organised their work in a certain way. 5 - find examples of the writer’s use of adjectives, nouns, verbs, etc and talk about them. - make comments about a writer’s choice of vocabulary, and their reasons for choosing certain words or phrases. 6 - make clear comments on the writer’s main purpose, and give an general overview of a piece of writing. - write clearly what you think the writer’s viewpoint is, and back up your ideas with quotes. - comment on what you think of the text, and your point of view about its contents. 7 - identify similarities and differences between texts. - make clear comments on how the text’s context helps identify it’s meaning.
  4. 4. APP Reading – Level 6 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 2 - identify all the relevant points in the text, making sure you include summaries from different places or parts. - ensure your point is backed up by the most suitable quote from the text and an explanation. 3 - support all your points with quotes/evidence, including discussing the different layers of meaning. - begin to talk about the context of a piece of text, and how details add to the overall meaning. 4 - discuss how the structure if a text is used to support the writers’ theme or purpose. - discuss how different features are used to direct the overall organisation of a piece of text. 5 - discuss how the writer uses language, using the correct terminology. - ensure all of your comments about the writers’ choice of language/vocabulary link to an explanation of the overall effect of the writing on the reader. 6 - explain fully how you decided on the purpose of a piece of text, and back up your reasoning clearly. - discuss, in detail, the viewpoints contained within the text, and use quotes to support the development of your opinions. - discuss how the writer has written purposely to effect, or influence, the reader. 7 - identify how a context can affect the meaning within a text. - make clear comments on how writers from different periods use different language and features.
  5. 5. APP Reading – Level 7 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 2 - identify all the relevant points in the text, making sure you include summaries from different places or parts. - try to use your knowledge of other information to back up/further support your ideas. 3 - weigh up the evidence in a piece of text to decide on the views of the author, and comment on whether or not you agree with those views. 4 - discuss how the structure of the writing supports the ideas/viewpoints of the author. - compare/evaluate the features used by an author to create effects. 5 - analyse carefully how language is used in a piece of writing. - demonstrate your understanding of how the writers’ language contributes to the effect on the reader. 6 - evaluate/comment analytically on the writers purpose. - evaluate/comment analytically on how viewpoint is established and maintained/changed within a piece of writing. - discuss how the techniques and devices used help the writer to achieve the effect they want. 7 - analyse how a text is influenced by events of the past (historical contexts) - analyse how meanings within a text change, depending on the social and historical context of the period it was written in.

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