Sheets for students to stick in their books or for teachers to display in their classrooms that describe requirements for levels and sub-levels in reading, writing and speaking and listening. <br />
An accessible resource that allows students to take responsibility for their own progress. It's also a helpful resource for teachers when setting targets. Students find their level on the sheet and they can then look to the next level where it says 'To get a level 5b, I need to...' <br />
Also included is a marking key sheet for students to stick in their books to enable teachers to state the particular markers they use to marks students' books. Also, a personal target sheet for students to self-assess their ability at the start of the year. Students may review this at different times of the year to assess their own progress.<br />
There's also a target record sheet for students to keep in the front of their exercise books to keep a record of their targets. The idea is that they start filling in their targets from the bottom of the sheet so they're effectively climbing "the ladder" and making progress. Students should regularly review the sheet with their teacher to assess whether they're meeting their targets and whether their NC level is improving over time.
Although this is not a requirement, I have put these together to help with tracking puil progress and to monitor the quality of speaking and listening with individual children. Hope they are useful! Let me know what you think please.
This is a bundle of 4 of my best selling homework activities packs. It is catered to Level 1 learners (special needs, ESOL, ELD, ESL) in middle school ELA classes because most of the material has pictures to aid in scaffolding complex topics.. It includes an array of homework activities that review academic vocabulary related to writing , reading comprehension, book reviews, and quick writes.