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Understanding the 1-7 Grading Scale. Getting the discussion started…. Fundamentals to remember:. For the higher bands, it’s not a question of whether the student knows the content and skills, but how much the student can do with the content and skills.

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understanding the 1 7 grading scale

Understanding the 1-7 Grading Scale

Getting the discussion started…

fundamentals to remember
Fundamentals to remember:
  • For the higher bands, it’s not a question of whether the student knows the content and skills, but how much the student can do with the content and skills.
  • A student who has mastered their current grade’s standards and benchmarks should receive a mark between 4 and 7, depending on how much they can do with the content and skills.
  • These grades are based on performance over a term, not decided on one piece of data like a Running Record or a Maths assessment.
  • They are allocated at the end of each reporting term not ‘built up to’ over a year (e.g.. a ‘7’ could be appropriate in term one not something a student builds up to by term three).
1 very poor cst referral likely exit student
1 - Very PoorCST referral. Likely exit student.
  • The student understands very little of the taught content and is unable to use the taught skills.
2 poor cst referral
2 - PoorCST referral.
  • The student understands a little, but not much, of the taught content.
  • The student cannot use the taught skills, even when the teacher assists.
3 mediocre possible cst referral
3 - Mediocre PossibleCST referral.
  • The student has limited understanding of most of the taught content, OR has mixed understanding, with some areas being a level 2, and others being acceptable (level 4 or above).
  • The student can only use the taught skills fully if the teacher assists.
4 satisfactory where many students would be
4 - SatisfactoryWhere many students would be
  • Overall, the student understands the taught content, and can use the taught skills in the types of situations which were practiced in class. There may be some content or skill which is weaker, but there are no areas of major concern.
  • In situations involving the taught content and skills, the student occasionally analyzes situations, combines different content and skills, and makes conclusions based on evaluation of all available data.
5 good
5- Good
  • The student fully understands the taught content, and can use the taught skills in a few different types of situations.
  • In situations involving the taught content and skills, the student usually analyzes situations, combines different content and skills, and makes conclusions based on evaluation of all available data.
  • The student occasionally provides their own creative solutions, useful ideas, and new ways of looking at things.
6 very good
6 - Very Good
  • The student fully understands the taught content, and can use the taught skills in many different types of situations.
  • In situations involving the taught content and skills, the student always analyzes situations, combines different content and skills, and makes conclusions based on evaluation of all available data.
  • The student usually provides their own creative solutions, useful ideas, and new ways of looking at things.
7 excellent would apply to very few students
7 - ExcellentWould apply to very few students
  • The student fully understands the taught content, and can use the taught skills in many different types of situations, hardly ever making mistakes or omissions.
  • In situations involving the taught content and skills, the student always analyzessituations, combines different content and skills, and makes conclusions based on evaluation of all available data.
  • The student always provides their own creative solutions, useful ideas, and new ways of looking at things. They delve deeper and apply higher order thinking consistently.
  • The student always produces work of high quality.