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Assessing Relating - Eucharist. Assessing Relating - Eucharist. This term, the formally assessed theme is the SACRAMENTAL THEME Relating - Eucharist We will be formally assessing AT1 – LEARNING ABOUT RELIGION Strand (ii). The children may be informally assessed against the other strands.

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Assessing Relating - Eucharist
  • This term, the formally assessed theme is the SACRAMENTAL THEME Relating - Eucharist
  • We will be formally assessing AT1 – LEARNING ABOUT RELIGION Strand (ii). The children may be informally assessed against the other strands.
  • Each year group will assess from an activity taken from a Learning Focus in Reveal.
  • The activities are listed over the next few slides.
  • When planning please leave this task out.
  • Please teach all of ‘Explore’, ‘Reveal’ (but don’t use the task identified for the formal assessment) then, after ‘Remember’, please formally assess using the activities indicated.
  • This enables the children to have had opportunity to work through the topic in full to inform their assessment.
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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Early Years:Based on Focus Week 1, page 114, Activity 2 .

Provide pupils with a role play area with suitable props to re-enact procession and welcome. Take photographs and/or film to provide evidence of the formal assessment.

  • The pupils with adult directed support will begin to recognise some elements of how Christians gather together for Mass (Towards Level 1)
  • The pupils will recognise some elements of how Christians celebrate parts of the Mass (within Level 1)
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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Year 1:Adapt Learning Focus 2, page 118

Provide artefacts in the home corner and use Church’s Story 2 (p.14) to prompt discussion and ideas, invite the pupils to;

  • Role-play the Preparation of the altar and the gifts using related words and phrases (Level 1)
  • Pupils write (or TA to scribe sentences) (refer to Key Words, p.116) to describe what is happening (Level 2)
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Year 1:

  • Pupils willrecognisesome religious actions and to use some religious words and phrases related to the Preparation of the altar and the gifts (Level 1)
  • Pupils will use some religious words and phrases to describe actions related to the Preparation of the altar and the gifts (Level 2)

Can I recognise some key words like bread, host, wine, gift, meal, family communion (Level 1)

Can Idescribe what the priest and people are saying and doing for example the blessing of the bread and wine? (Level 2)

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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Year 2: Based on Learning Focus 2, page 118, Activity 1.

Using Church’s Story 2 or Welcome to the Mass(Pauline Books) pupils sequence the parts of the Mass. Write a sentence under each picture to describe how the parish family are celebrating the Eucharist (Level 2).

  • Pupils sequence in pictures the parts of the Mass recognising some religious actions and using some religious words and phrases (Level 1).
  • Using Church’s Story 2 or Welcome to the Mass pupils sequence the parts of the Mass. Describe how the parish family celebrate the Eucharist and give reasonsfor their actions (Level 3).
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Year 2:

At Level 1the children can recognisesome of the words and phrases related to the celebration of the Eucharist.

The children at Level 2should describe how the parish family are celebrating the Eucharist.

To achieve Level 3, the pupil needs to describe how the parish family celebrate the Eucharist and give reasons for their actions.

Can I recogniseand use some of the words and phrases related to the celebration of the Eucharist (Level 1)

Can I describe how the parish family are celebrating the Eucharist? (Level 2)

Can I describe and give reasons how the parish family celebrate the Eucharist? (Level 3)

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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Year 3:Adapt Learning Focus 5, page 127 Activity 2

  • Invite the pupils to write the commentary (or record a voice over) to accompany the website video clip of the Eucharistic Prayer, using religious words and phrases todescribethe actions and symbols within the Eucharistic Prayer (Level 2)
  • Invite the pupils to write the commentary (or record a voice over) to accompany the website video clip of the Eucharistic Prayer, giving reasonsfor the actions and symbols involved (Level 3)
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ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion

Year 3:

The children at L2 should use religious words and phrases to describe some of the actions and symbols used within the Eucharistic Prayer.

To achieve L3, the pupil needs to give reasons for these actions and symbols involved within the Eucharistic Prayer.

Can I use some of the religious words and phrases to describe some of the actions and symbols used within the Eucharistic Prayer (Level 2)

Can I use religious words and phrases to give reasons for the actions and symbols related to and used within the Eucharistic Prayer? (Level 3)

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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Year 4: Using Learning Focus 4 and 5, page 129-31.

Read God’s Story 3 page 143 and watch the video clip on-line.

  • Invite the pupils to prepare a script/commentary to accompany the video clip.Pupils use religious words and phrases to describe the actions and symbols used during the Communion Rite, giving reasons for these (Level 3)
  • Pupils use religious words and phrases to describethe actions and symbols used during the Communion Rite (Level 2)
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ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion

Year 4:

The children at Level 3 will use religious words and phrases to describethe actions and used during the Communion Rite, giving reasons for these.

Within the context of a class the ‘driver’ word of the task can be amended, thus changing the level of the task e.g. give reasons (L.3.) becomes describe (L.2).

Can I use religious words and phrases to describe religious actions and symbols for the Communion Rite (Level 2)

Can I use religious words and phrases to give reasons for some actions and symbols for the Communion Rite (Level 3)

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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Year 5: Adapt Learning Focus 1, page 121, Activity 1.

  • Pupils write a script to prepare for a local TV interview about Passoverdescribing some religious actions and symbols that take place during the celebration. (Level 2)
  • Pupils write a script to prepare for a local TV interview about Passovergiving reasons for the actions and symbols used during the celebration. (Level 3)
  • Pupils write a script to prepare for a local TV interview about Passover: Show an understanding of what happens during the Passover meal and why, the significance of the signs and symbols used and the importance of Passover for Jewish people. (Level 4)
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Year 5:

At Level 2, the child will be able to describe some religious actions and symbols that take place during the Passover celebration.

At Level 3, the child will be able to give reasons for the actions and symbols used during the celebration of Passover.

At Level 4, the child will be able to use religious terms to show an understanding of the Passover.

Can I describe some religious actions and symbols that take place during the Passover celebration? (Level 2)

Can I give reasons for the actions and symbols used during the celebration of Passover? (Level 3)

Can I use religious terms to show an understanding of the Passover (Level 4)

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Formal Assessment Spring 2014Relating – Eucharist

Celebration and Ritual

Year 6:Adapt Learning Focus 6, Activity 2, page 145.

Pupils create a section for a Holy Communion preparation programme.

  • Design and prepare the section which describes and outlines what happens during Holy Communion. Show an understanding of thesignificance of the signs and symbols used and the importance of Holy Communion to Catholics. (Level 4)
  • Within the section give reasonsfor the words and actions used (Level 3)
  • Using words and picturesin the sectiondescribewhathappens in Holy Communion(Level 2)
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Within the context of a class the ‘driver’ word of the task can be amended, thus changing the level of the task e.g. show an understanding (L.4) becomes describe and explain (L.5) or give reasons (L.3.) or alternatively describe (L2)

At Level 4, the child will use religious terms to display a deeper understanding of the various elements, actions and words involved within Holy Communion, making links to Scripture, what Catholics believe and how they should act.

At Level 5, the child would need to describe and explain the meaning and purpose of Holy communion, which requires a much more detailed knowledge and depth of understanding.

Can I use religious words and phrases to describe what happens during Holy Communion? Level 2

Can I use religious words and phrases to give reasons for the religious actions and symbols used in Holy Communion? Level 3

Can I show an understanding of Holy Communion by giving reasons for the actions and symbols used and making links to Scripture, what Catholics believe and how they should act. Level 4

Year 6: