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Success Criteria

Labels to attach to pupils' writing so they can assess their work. Uses same illustrations as Writing Checklist to help remind children what they need to include in each piece of writing.

By missjulieclark

Success CriteriaQuick View

Success Criteria

This is a bundle of success criteria, that I use for the end of units. There is a column for both pupils and teachers as the expectation is pupils use the assessment tool to self assess their own work. The success criteria include: Biographies Descriptive Writing Diary Extracts Explanation Texts Instructions - Recipes Newspaper Reports Non-Chronological Reports Persuasive Writing Play Scripts Poetry Poster - Advertisement Settings

By mrichmond

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Newspaper Report Success Criteria

Newspaper Report success criteria tick off list for children and marking. The list contains; Punchy headline 5 Ws Retell of main events Quotes Conclusion (what is happening now?) Picture Caption Written consistently in the past tense Extra information added using commas/brackets Powerful vocabulary Written in the style a non-fiction text

By Lucy-Taylor_92

Instructions success criteriaQuick View

Instructions success criteria

Set of success criteria for children to stick in book and use to evaluate work. They put a happy/neutral/sad face next to the criteria.

By saz0885

Success Criteria GridsQuick View

Success Criteria Grids

A collection of success criteria grids used for self/peer/teacher assessment across a selection of genres in writing

By loulibby80

Success Criteria for Poem FrameQuick View

Success Criteria for Poem Frame

Writing frame for children to write in their own success criteria for writing their poetry (common things they add are to use alliteration, simile, metaphor etc). Easily adaptable for differentiation, lower ability can add in to remember capital letters for example.

By Steffster

Setting Success Criteria in ScienceQuick View

Setting Success Criteria in Science

This lesson plan is very detailed and gives some really useful ideas to develop understanding of the difference between Success Criteria and Predictions. It is an essential part of our KS3 SoW within How Science Work! Key words: Success Criteria, Practicals, Investigations, Science, Enquiry

By alessio

Presentation Success Criteria FormQuick View

Presentation Success Criteria Form

This document provides a structure for teacher and peer evaluation of presentations across the entire curriculum. It is easy to understand so can be used in any Key Stage and should provide some useful information for the presenters.

By MRyan17

Learning Objectives, success criteria and plenaryQuick View

Learning Objectives, success criteria and plenary

This pack was created by myself and a colleague as part of an INSET on Outstanding teaching in Sept this year (2010). It includes guidance on setting clear learning objectives and success criteria and planning good plenaries. If it is a bank of plenary ideas that you need, then download the word doc. Hope some of it is useful to you.

By NicoleK

Dictation Success criteria that is differentiatedQuick View

Dictation Success criteria that is differentiated

This is the success criteria for dictation. The success criteria is differentiated for HA, MA and LA. Simple print out and cut around the boxes and then stick into books. Use a highlighter to identify which of the success criteria they have achieved. This saves loads and loads of marking time!

By vbanks

Unseen poetry - Success CriteriaQuick View

Unseen poetry - Success Criteria

A simple, student speak Success Criteria which can be used to self/peer assess a response to AQA Lit - New Spec - Section C - Unseen Poetry Gives students tangible things to include which can be measured to monitor progress

By sutty6

Writing Text Types, Success Criteria and SPAG linksQuick View

Writing Text Types, Success Criteria and SPAG links

This document contains examples of all of the writing text types to cover across KS2 with the suggested Language and Layout features to support writing Success Criteria as well as specific SPAG links from the new curriculum. It is designed to support teachers when planning what text types to cover in English and Cross-curricular writing and to ensure progression across the school. It can be used by English leaders or any teacher across the school to support English planning

By ndj26

Abuse of power in Animal Farm with detailed success criteriaQuick View

Abuse of power in Animal Farm with detailed success criteria

Ideal to set as an assessment after reading the first 5 chapters. Contains 3 carefully selected short extracts from chapters 2, 3 and 5. Students analyse how power is abused in each extract and answer the overall question: who is worse the humans or the pigs? There is a writing frame for students to follow to help analyse each extract and ensure they meet the criteria for A01, A02 and A03.

By HMBenglishresources1984