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Literacy Assessment

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Ben Massey

on 20 October 2014

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Transcript of Literacy Assessment

Today, we'll be:
1. Target and objective setting using cold tasks
2. Assessing using Surrey Grids
5. Progression in writing
The progression in writing has been wonderfully and glaringly evident in T4W assemblies and across all of the work I've seen this term, which is great to see!
4. Looking into the murky future of literacy assessment
Literacy Assessment Staff Meeting 16-10-14
Please sit in these groups: EYFS & Y1; Y2 & Y3; Y4,Y5 & Y6
2. Assessing using Surrey Grids
4. Looking into the murky future of literacy assessment
5. Discussing progression in writing
But first, a celebration:
What's going well with Talk 4 Writing?
How did the first cold and hot tasks go?
What are the next steps for you and the school?
1. Target and objective setting using cold tasks
Have a look at this cold task
What does Jack need to work on?
What about Eamonn?
How can we use cold tasks to inform our planning?
Using Surrey Grids to assess writing
Use amber/yellow and green to assess.
If a child is level 3b, examples of 3b pieces of writing need to be available.
A sublevel needs to be all (or very nearly all) green for a child to be assessed at that level.
Don't stop at the sublevel you're looking at. It's important to highlight any evidence at higher sublevels too.
The LWP has started looking at the possibility of assessing using the NC objective grids.
There's quite a long way to go with this and we'll need to look in detail about levels matching up with year group expectations.
We'll keep you posted!
A quick update
The obvious way forward is to keep using the NC objective grids alongside the Progression Tracker to plan your lessons.
Let's keep doing what we're doing!
Let's have a go!
3. Discussing self- and peer-assessment
3. Self- and Peer-assessment
Children in Key Stage 1 are already becoming much more confident at assessing their own work and each other's.
This will have a massive impact throughout the school and always needs a really big focus. It needs to be modeled repeatedly and should be a collaborative celebration of children's work.
Meet the Polishing Pencils!
Self- & Peer-assessment
Thank you!
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