See the handy spelling rules overview sheet here. The use of an exclamation mark does not change a sentence into an exclamation. LA external moderators must be satisfied that the work was completed independently.
The exemplification materials are there to help teachers make their judgements where they want additional guidance. STA Clarification on the use of an exclamation mark for KS1 and KS2 An exclamation mark is a punctuation mark that can end statements, commands and exclamations, or be placed after a phrase or single word e.
Did you find this information useful? Pupils can also independently use classroom resources such as dictionaries, thesauruses, word banks, classroom displays, books or websites.
The frequency of evidence for the statements may vary across individual pieces within a collection. The asterisks refer teachers to the NC programme of study and related appendices.
Again, key aspects are used in every piece but this demonstrates that some aspects are not in every single piece.
However, if Morgan had no hyphens at all, then we would not be able to award him the expected standard. STA update March If writing evidence has been redrafted by the pupil, this is acceptable as independent work.
The exclamation mark can be used in a variety of sentence forms and not just in exclamations. For further information on any of the above, visit the Department for Education website.
The redrafted work may be in response to self, peer, or group evaluation, or after discussion with the teacher. The frequency of evidence for the statements may vary across individual pieces within a collection, e. Teachers will draw from a broader range of evidence when making their judgments.
Local authorities LAs may find it useful to refer to exemplification materials to support external moderation visits.
It is typically demarcated by an exclamation mark, for example: An exclamation mark shows that the writer wants to indicate a certain effect, such as heightened emotion e. There is no requirement to provide tick sheets for an LA external moderation visit.
For example, where —ment, -ness, -ful, -less, -ly are in italics, these are examples of suffixes pupils may use.
In the example, Morgan has only used the hyphen once but is still at the expected standard. Spellings Most — statement has been generally met with occasional errors e. How beautiful Cinderella looks in that dress! What big teeth you have, Grandma! If the work was not independent, the school must ensure that the evidence clearly identifies the amount of support a pupil has received.
The definition of an exclamation should not be confused with the uses of the exclamation mark for punctuation. If teachers are confident in their judgements, they do not need to refer to the exemplification materials.Writing Targets and Assessments teaching resources for Key Stage 2 - Year 3, 4, 5, 6.
Created for teachers, by teachers! Professional English Targets and Assessments. PowerPoint includes: * Extract from Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' for analysis * Overview of the features of Gothic literature * Creative writing image, activity and choice prompts * Peer assessment focus lofford1.
Statutory Assessment new for New aspects of work for schools in KS2 writing moderation and Y1 phonics screening checks KS2 is pilot Y1 checks are statutory Y1 phonics screening checks Pilot in – small number of Essex schools took part Now statutory and must be carried out in w/b 18 June on all children Separate ARA.
Thank you to Shareen Mayers for the following helpful summary of recent updates and changes in writing moderation. The following article includes useful information about: Writing moderation changes Using the Interim Assessment Frameworks to assess pupils’ writing KS1 and KS2 Writing Materials Clarification of handwriting and joined up/cursive handwriting for KS1 and KS2 Gathering evidence.
LEVELS 3–5 En KEY STAGE 2 English tests Mark scheme Writing and Spelling National curriculum assessments ultimedescente.com ultimedescente.com Updated for the Teacher Assessment Framework for Key Stage 2.
Use this checklist resource to make formative or summative assessments on Year 6 students' writing in line with the KS2 exemplification materials. Updated for the Teacher Assessment Framework for Key Stage 2.
Y6 Writing Assessment Checklist Exemplification (32 member 5/5(32).Download