English target criteria_(writing)

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English target criteria_(writing)

  1. 1. English Targets - Writing APP Writing – Level 3 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 1 - include appropriate ideas. - expand on basic information or events. - try to write from the view of someone. 2 - try to show purpose in your writing. - try to use the correct style of writing. 3 - organise ideas with some related points. - try to create a suitable beginning and ending. - try to sequence ideas correctly. 4 - try to use paragraphs and sections. - try to link sentences by topic. 5 - use simple sentences in your writing. - use and, so and but to expand your sentences. 6 - try to use full stops and capital letters correctly. - try to use speech marks in your writing. 7 - try to use simple, but appropriate, vocabulary. - try to use words for effect.
  2. 2. APP Writing – Level 4 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 1 - try to chose appropriate ideas and content. - add detail to your ideas. - use a viewpoint to enhance your writing. 2 - make sure the purpose of your writing is clear. - try to use the correct style for the audience. 3 - organise your ideas into sections before writing. - create a suitable beginning and ending. - sequence your writing correctly. 4 - use paragraphs or sections to help organise your writing. - use connectives. - try to link paragraphs to help your writing to flow. 5 - try to vary the length of your sentences. - use subordinating connectives. - try to use the correct tense in your writing. 6 - use basic punctuation in your writing (full stops, capital letters and question marks). - try to use speech marks correctly. - try to use comma’s in lists and sentence clauses. 7 - try to choose suitable vocabulary for your audience. - try to add detail to your sentences, using adjectives and adverbs.
  3. 3. APP Writing – Level 5 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 1 - use detail to enhance your ideas and opinions. - try to make the structure and layout of your writing suitable for the purpose. - maintain the correct point of view throughout your writing. 2 - make the point and purpose of your writing clear for the reader. - try to keep the reader interested throughout with your writing style. 3 - make clear links between paragraphs. - make sure your ending links back to the beginning (E.G. using a conclusion). 4 - use paragraphs to structure your writing. - use connectives and pronouns to link your ideas and opinions. 5 - use a variety of sentence types and structures to emphasise important parts of your writing. - use a wide range of connectives to link your ideas. 6 - use punctuation correctly where necessary, including ellipsis and speech marks. - use commas to mark clauses successfully. 7 - choose vocabulary specifically for effect (use a thesaurus to support this). - use a wide range of vocabulary in your writing.
  4. 4. APP Writing – Level 6 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 1 - adapt the form of a text to suit your audience and purpose. - ensure your point of view is consistently maintained. - use the correct level of formality in your writing, depending on your audience and purpose. 2 3 - ensure your ideas and opinions are well thought out and clearly sequenced. - use structure to direct your audience through your writing. 4 - use paragraphs to clearly support the meaning of your writing. - use grammatical devices to add emphasis and effect (E.G. adverbials). 5 - use a variety of sentence types to contribute to the effect of your writing. - use sentence features to emphasis meaning within your writing. 6 - use various punctuation correctly throughout your writing. 7 - choose vocabulary appropriate to audience and purpose. - try to use ambitious vocabulary in your writing.
  5. 5. APP Writing – Level 7 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 1 - adapt different forms of writing to suit the purpose of your piece. - keep your point of view consistent throughout your writing. - use the right level of formality for the audience. 2 3 - ensure you manage your ideas and events to achieve the purpose and effect you want. - ensure your writing flows, so it engages the reader and takes them through the work. 4 - use paragraphs to highlight purpose and meaning for the reader. - ensure you craft your paragraphs imaginatively or rhetorically. 5 - ensure your writing using various sentence types successfully, and thoughtfully. - use a range of features to craft your sentences, including using clauses, repetition, embedded phrases, etc. 6 7 - ensure your vocabulary consistently matches the wants and needs of your audience. - use a range of ambitious vocabulary within all your writing.
  6. 6. APP Writing – Level 7 Assessment Focus (AF) Criteria 1 - adapt different forms of writing to suit the purpose of your piece. - keep your point of view consistent throughout your writing. - use the right level of formality for the audience. 2 3 - ensure you manage your ideas and events to achieve the purpose and effect you want. - ensure your writing flows, so it engages the reader and takes them through the work. 4 - use paragraphs to highlight purpose and meaning for the reader. - ensure you craft your paragraphs imaginatively or rhetorically. 5 - ensure your writing using various sentence types successfully, and thoughtfully. - use a range of features to craft your sentences, including using clauses, repetition, embedded phrases, etc. 6 7 - ensure your vocabulary consistently matches the wants and needs of your audience. - use a range of ambitious vocabulary within all your writing.

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