Performance by AsTTle Console Reports All The Console Report analysis of the Year 4- 8 data shows that there was improvement in the performance in all seven sub-areas audience, content, structure, language resources, grammar, punctuation and spelling. The average improvement in a primary school year for any one child is between 25 and 30 AsTTle points.
The assessment standards listed on the DAS can contribute to national qualifications. Collectively, the developers of assessment standards are known as standard-setting bodies SSBs.
Why use assessment standards? Existing knowledge and skills are recognised and credited on the Record of Achievement. National external moderation of assessment — The developer SSB runs a moderation system that ensures national consistency of assessment decisions against DAS standards.
Each standard listed describes what a candidate who has achieved the standard knows and can do.
Each standard has a defined credit value, which represents the notional learning time, and a level, which reflects the level of complexity of the skills and knowledge that are recognised by the standard. The common currencies of credit values and levels enables the credits gained from standards to be portable among national qualifications.
Candidates who achieve the standards gain credits which are recorded on the centrally managed Record of Achievement.
Standards exclusion list The exclusions list was developed to avoid the use of credits from duplicate standards towards national qualifications, see Standards exclusions list.
· This first chart, immediately below is the Y6 asTTle Writing result from November , moderated across the Manaiakalani vetconnexx.com compare it with the Y6 e-asTTle Writing result from November further down this vetconnexx.com://vetconnexx.com /home/academic-report/e-asttle-writing.
· Report consultations Term 2 School / Class / Team Newsletters National Standards/ Moderation PD Math Consultant Continue to unpack the Tataiako document with students in many forms of writing e.g. charts, signs, posters vetconnexx.com · Students will use their writing to think about, record, and communicate experiences, ideas, and information to meet specific learning purposes across the curriculum.
The text and task demands of the curriculum are similar for students in year 5 and year vetconnexx.com vetconnexx.com-Literacy.W With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
(Editing for conventions should demonstrate command of Language standards vetconnexx.com · National Standards; ESOL Online home; Instructional Series home; You are here: Extracts in the reading standards are from the Ready to Read and the School Journal illustrations and photographs are as stated in the original publications.
Examples of students’ writing have been reproduced by kind permission of the writers and are vetconnexx.com /National-Standards-illustrations.
· Writing hub These resources will help strengthen your knowledge and skills for teaching writing across the curriculum and increasing students’ rate of progress. As students move through primary school, the texts they write and the tasks they engage with become increasingly vetconnexx.com /Writing-hub.