Assessment for Learning. Objectives. To look at Learning Intentions / Objectives and Success Criteria To look at some suggestions for responding to children’s work To consider how pupils can participate in the assessment process. Key elements.
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“What are we going to learn?”
“How are we going to learn?”
“How do we know if we have succeeded?”
~ within the unit of work
~ at the end of a unit of work
To write in the voice and style of a particular text.
(The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett).
Peering through a crack in the old rotten door, Gwendoline looked at the area around her. She found a secret handle which had climbing ivy all over it. She shifted it out of the way. Gwendoline opened the door. She shivered. Closing the door behind her, she found herself in a giant greenhouse. It was filled with rushing sweet peas.
~ Well done - you have used complex sentences and some powerful verbs. (underlined)
~Think of another word for ‘found’ and re-write your sentence. ( highlighted in pink - a reminder prompt)
Classroom strategies to support children’s self-assessment
in the primary