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
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:
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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.
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
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
This is a selection of worksheets I use for cover. Some are aimed at using an ict suite or ipads and some are class based. They have been created so any member of staff can take the lesson without too much preparation.
Design, Technical, Make and Evaluate criteria to help track progress in KS3 Food and Nutrition. Criteria taken from new curriculum 2014 and uses some criteria from AQA F&N GCSE to demonstrate progression into KS4. Students/teachers can fill in the boxes as they progress through the grades, at the bottom is a target section (current, end of year and aspirational). What must I do to improve is on the bottom left.
Use this resource to set 'I can.....' success criteria for students which match Bloom's heirarchy and traditional measures of attainment. In addition within the lesson use them to increase or build the cognitive challenge of subjsequent or differentiated tasks.
I will soon post a few examples to help achieve this measure of outstanding lessons.
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Three different success criteria grids that are able to be edited to your needs. I have used them across a variety of subjects and are great for differentiating success criteria.
They can cut out and stuck at the top of the workbook page for reference during the lesson!