101 Essential Lists on Assessment by Tabatha Rayment

By Tabatha Rayment

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Advanced General Certificate of Education (double award) Twelve units (6 x AS units + 6 x A2 units): 4 externally assessed, 8 internally assessed. Graded AA, AB-EE. B. the internal and external assessment criteria are a guide only and may be open to change depending on the ability of the student or the subject studied. o Although the number of A Levels a student may study varies, it is usual to study four AS Levels in the first year and drop down to three A Levels in the second year, although some students do continue with their fourth subject.

O The more relaxed atmosphere in FE means the student can feel more comfortable in a learning environment. O A Levels give the student a chance to expand on their skills and put them more in control of their learning. Cons o Some students do not give as much thought as they should to how the qualification will help them in later life and merely study subjects they like or are good at. o Not all students who did well in a subject at GCSE level will continue their high attainment levels in A Level subjects due to the difficulty of some subjects.

For example: a group activity can lead on to a written task which in turn could be subject to peer evaluation. The following is by no means a conclusive list, but shows the key crucial types that can be used in any classroom situation. o Class monitoring - the teacher watches the progress of the class and makes diagnostic decisions regarding behaviour, lesson progress, student ability, etc. o Class presentations - usually an oral activity where an individual or group presents a report to the class.

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