Assessment inspiration for MFL

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10th October 2019
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Facilitate assessment in French, Spanish and German lessons with help from this broad collection of resources

Delve into the detail and get a clearer understanding of how much your students know with these feedback guides, peer-assessment sheets and progress-tracking documents. Plus, help individuals be responsible for their own learning with supportive helpsheets, revision mats and self-assessment checklists.

 

French

French KS3/KS4 peer assessment feedback sheet

For use with written work.

A list of common errors with a code to use when students identify mistakes made by someone else.

This resource contains advice for students in terms of how to improve for each issue highlighted. For example:

Problem identified: Adjectives
What you can do: Check adjective position (& agreement; don’t forget plurals) Key adjectives before the noun:
petit(e); grand(e); joli(e) ; mauvais(e) ; méchant(e) ; meilleur(e) ;
vaste ; long(ue) ; beau/belle ; haut(e) ; gros/grosse ; autre etc.
By NicholasMorgan

Feedback ticksheet for self & peer assessment Y7

My Y7s did a writing assessment on house & home (lots of resources uploaded separately for this) and I used this tick sheet with my higher ability group to give them the chance to peer and self assess their work and try to improve it. After they'd done this, I then used the same tick sheet to give feedback on their final version. They found it helpful as it showed what they'd done well and what they needed to improve.
By rosaespanola

GCSE French revision pronouns and adjectives

KS4/KS5 French revision on pronouns and adjectives (subject pronouns, direct object pronouns, indirect object pronouns, possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns).
A mind map with examples.
A worksheet (with answers).
A blank grid to complete to recap all the pronouns and adjectives.
By Aude BIE

Role Play vocabulary for IGCSE French

a revision mat on various phrases and structures useful for the role play in the French IGCSE speaking exam
By anyholland

German

Writing Pupil Feedback Sheet - Save time on teacher marking!

This resource is ideal for providing personalised feedback for each student, based on the GCSE markschemes for writing. It is a case of highlighting the relevant parts and then sticking in the pupils’ books! It allows marking time to be reduced without compromising on the quality of feedback given.

By SJ D

KS3 Exercise book feedback comments (German)

A bank of comments based on Presentation, Language, Attainment and Compliments for KS3 German. This may be useful if you are a trainee / an NQT and are interested in common areas for improvement in German. This can be easily adapted for other MFL's.
By deutschelehrerin

German - The Basics - Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising the basics of German as an additional language. It contains comprehensive sections on:

Greetings;
Basic Questions/ Answers;
The Alphabet;
Months/ Days/ Seasons;
Numbers;
Colours;
Family;
Animals;
Places;
Verbs and Verb Forms.

The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).

By TandLGuru

IGCSE German revision (2 resources): grid of questions; grid of translations by topic

1) A useful exercise for oral practice/revision to encourage high-quality answers - one question per tense and per topic, with challenging vocabulary, connectives etc.. For high-achievers!
2) A comprehensive revision resource - a grid of translation sentences on all topics and a range of complex grammar points. 'Answers & Hints' document gives an intermediary support sheet with vocabulary and hints, followed by a sheet of the answers.
By hasslethehog

Spanish

Differentiated Assessments with Self Assessment

I have created end of term assessments. The pupils work along the questions to their level and beyond if they can. There is a Progress Assessment Sheet connected to the tests but they do not need to be used together. The Progress Assessment Sheet can be used for all MFLs
By HelenDawn

Map grids for the new IB Spanish oral exam

This resource will help your students to revise the vocabulary for the IB oral exam as is divided into 8 topics: en el restaurante, en el aeropuerto, en el campo/ la ciudad, en la playa, en casa, en el mercado, en el hotel, en el instituto. The pictures for the oral exam are all about the same topics.
By crazycatalan

Oral Exam Spanish IGCSE

This is an amazing resource to help weak students get amazing results.

It contains all the topics of the oral exam with questions ans models of answers.
It promotes creativity and independent learning giving students a secure basis to construct their own answers.

By Quinterito

General MFL assessment

Whether you are setting up quick assessments or preparing for controlled assessment, these resources are easily adaptable to any language. From support to testing, check out these well-structured ways of tackling assessment with confidence.

Controlled Assessment - Resource mapping -MFL

Are you fed up your students are actually not using their resources during CA and try to reinvent the wheel?
This resources helps them see what resource is important and prepare their written or speaking task - as well as making the link with their previous experiences in CA.

Meta-thinking skills


By geelhem

Assessment ranking tracker

This template can be used to track the progress of students following assessments of each module/unit. The template provides the ability to capture results of up to 10 classes, with up to 30 students in each class, ranking each student within each class based on their overall results. A score for each unit is captured covering Listening, Reading, Writing & Speaking. Instructions provided within.
By Joshuafinneran

Assessing without levels - MFL

First attempt at an assessment framework after the NC levels. Holistic rather than divided into attainment targets.
By linsen

Feedback AfL Labels MFL

Labels (4 to A4 sheet) to stick on front of exercise books/folders to track progress and give targets (through tick-boxes) to students - for MFL but could easily be adapted. I would print these on to self-adhesive sheets. Students or teachers can record levels/marks and highlight or shade in colours to show progress visually - never let them be flummoxed by those questions - 'Do you know what level you are? What do you need to do to improve?&'
By rpjk1988

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