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ASSESMENT REFLECTION

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ART ASSESSMENT REFLECTION MATHS ENGLISH Spanish UMI Assessment Reflection Maths ARR report term 1 English ARR REPORT TERM 1 Writing MYD level 4 - Writing offers some detail about relevant ideas. Students can use key features of many forms and a register that is generally suitable. Vocabulary and expression is carefully selected and it is generally appropriate and effective. Similar ideas are grouped together and simple links are made between sentences. Openings and endings are appropriate. A range of sentence structures are used with limited effected. Simple punctuation is used correctly at the end of and within sentences. Words with regular patterns are spelt correctly. Attitude To learning 4 - Very Good - A committed student, who demonstrates a keen interest in his/her work and who is determined to achieve. He/she is developing the skills to advance his/her own learning. He/she will always aim to complete work to the best of his/her ability. Term 1 Reading MYD 5 - Students can understand a range of texts and select the essential points from them. Where appropriate, students can deuce and infer meaning and support their ideas with mostly appropriate evidence/quotations. Student select simple and relevant structural and language features for comment; they give opinions which are mostly effective. Students are aware texts fit into historical and literary traditions. Finally they understand and explain the effect of the text on the reader. Attitudes to learning 4 - Very Good - A committed student, who demonstrates a keen interest in his/her work and who is determined to achieve. He/she is developing the skills to advance his/her own learning. He/she will always aim to complete work to the best of his/her ability. Term 2 reading and writing MYD Level 4 - Writing offers some detail about relevant ideas. Students can use key features of many forms and a register that is generally suitable. Vocabulary and expression is carefully selected and it is generally appropriate and effective. Similar ideas are grouped together and simple links are made between sentences. Openings and endings are appropriate. A range of sentence structures are used with limited effected. Simple punctuation is used correctly at the end of and within sentences. Words with regular patterns are spelt correctly.

MYD Level 5 - Students can understand a range of texts and select the essential points from them. Where appropriate, students can deuce and infer meaning and support their ideas with mostly appropriate evidence/quotations. Student select simple and relevant structural and language features for comment; they give opinions which are mostly effective. Students are aware texts fit into historical and literary traditions. Finally they understand and explain the effect of the text on the reader. Level Descriptors 4 - When solving number problems, puplis use a range of mental methods of computation with the four operations and use efficient written methods of addition and subtraction and of short multiplication and division. They can find perimeters of simple shapes and find areas by counting squares. Students collect and group discrete data in equal class intervals where appropriate, represent collected data in frequency diagrams and interpret such diagrams. Attitudes to Learning 3 - Good - A hard working student who completes all work to a standard that reflects his/her ability. He/she demonstrates some initiative and will seek assistance when required. He/she completes class work and homework to a good standard. Maths ARR report term two Level Descriptors 4 - When solving number problems, puplis use a range of mental methods of computation with the four operations and use efficient written methods of addition and subtraction and of short multiplication and division. They can find perimeters of simple shapes and find areas by counting squares. Students collect and group discrete data in equal class intervals where appropriate, represent collected data in frequency diagrams and interpret such diagrams. Attitudes to Learning3 - Good - A hard working student who completes all work to a standard that reflects his/her ability. He/she demonstrates some initiative and will seek assistance when required. He/she completes class work and homework to a good standard. Attitudes to Learning 4 - Very Good - A committed student, who demonstrates a keen interest in his/her work and who is determined to achieve. He/she is developing the skills to advance his/her own learning. He/she will always aim to complete work to the best of his/her ability.
Attitudes to learning Bienvenidos End of unit test
MYD Level2 - Listening and responding:
Students show that they understand a range of familiar spoken phrases. They respond to a clear model of standard language, but may need items to be repeated.

Reading and responding:
Students show that they understand familiar written phrases. They match sound to print by reading aloud familiar words and phrases. They use books or glossaries to find out the meanings of new words. (Chinese characters: 30-60)

Speaking:
Students answer simple questions and give basic information. They give short, simple responses to what they see and hear, and use set phrases. Their pronunciation shows an awareness of sound patterns and their meaning is clear.

Writing:
Students write one or two short sentences, following a model, and fill in the words on a simple form. They label items and write familiar short phrases correctly. When they write familiar words from memory, their spelling may be approximate. Tu y yo MYD Level3 - Listening and responding:
Students show that they understand the main points from short spoken passages made up of familiar language. They identify and note personal responses. They may need short sections to be repeated.
Reading and responding:
Students show that they understand the main points and personal responses in short written texts in clear printed script made up of familiar language in simple sentences. They are beginning to read independently, selecting simple texts and using a bilingual dictionary or glossary to look up new words. (Chinese characters: 60-100)
Speaking:
Students ask and answer simple questions and talk about their interests. They take part in brief prepared tasks, using visual or other clues to help them initiate and respond. They use short phrases to express personal responses. Although they use mainly memorised language, they occasionally substitute items of vocabulary to vary questions or statements.
Writing:
Students write a few short sentences, with support, using expressions that they have already learnt. They express personal responses. They write short phrases from memory and their spelling is readily understandable. (Chinese characters: 30-50) Attitudes to Learning4 - Very Good - A committed student, who demonstrates a keen interest in his/her work and who is determined to achieve. He/she is developing the skills to advance his/her own learning. He/she will always aim to complete work to the best of his/her ability. Attitudes to learning 3 - Good - A hard working student who completes all work to a standard that reflects his/her ability. He/she demonstrates some initiative and will seek assistance when required. He/she completes class work and homework to a good standard. Attitudes to learning Nature as a Source of Imagery Term 1 Critical and Analytical Understanding
(Knowledge)4 - The student demonstrates an emerging knowledge of content, relating to the ideas, meaning and context of artists work.
Creating
(Recording and Using Materials Techniques and Processes)4 - The student uses materials, techniques and processes with increasing effectiveness. Recording shows some connections to intentions.
Evaluating
(Developing Ideas Informing Decision Making, Refining, Reviewing and Modifying)4 - The student considers personal ideas supported by appropriate research and explores using experimentation and evaluation.
Presenting
(Outcomes and Intentions)4 - The student presents personal final pieces of work and other outcomes. Intentions and responses are realised. Attitudes to Learning 4 - Very Good - A committed student, who demonstrates a keen interest in his/her work and who is determined to achieve. He/she is developing the skills to advance his/her own learning. He/she will always aim to complete work to the best of his/her ability.
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