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Peer & Self assessment: PRONUNCIATION YouYour partner Any problem sounds? Any difficult words? Take it in turns to read out loud your Speaking Assessment.

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1 Peer & Self assessment: PRONUNCIATION YouYour partner Any problem sounds? Any difficult words? Take it in turns to read out loud your Speaking Assessment preparation. 1) Make a note of any areas of pronunciation YOU find difficult. 2) Then as your partner reads through their Speaking Assessment, listen and take notes on the following areas: WALT: to prepare Speaking Assessment work on Health WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions & reasons for Grade D WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions, reasons & a future & past tense for Grade C+

2 Peer assessment: GRADE C REQUIREMENTS OPINIONSREASONSLINK WORDSFUTURE TENSE PAST TENSE Q.1 Q.2 Q.3 Q.4 Q.5 Q.6 Get your partner to read their work out loud again. Now listen for the following components. Tick the boxes for each element you hear in each question they answer. WALT: to prepare Speaking Assessment work on Health WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions & reasons for Grade D WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions, reasons & a future & past tense for Grade C+

3 Peer assessment: OVERALL ASSESSMENT!! COMMUNICATION Out of 10 RANGE & ACCURACY Out of 10 PRONUNCIATION Out of 5 INTERACTION & FLUENCY Out of 5 Your partner TOTAL out of 30 = Now mark each other’s work using the official GCSE marking criteria WALT: to prepare Speaking Assessment work on Health WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions & reasons for Grade D WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions, reasons & a future & past tense for Grade C+

4 Self assessment: SUGGESTIONS… Total out of 30 AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT Specific suggestions on HOW to improve Your work If you were not awarded full marks in some areas, how can you improve??? WALT: to prepare Speaking Assessment work on Health WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions & reasons for Grade D WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions, reasons & a future & past tense for Grade C+

5 What GRADE did you get? A*ABCDEFGU SPEAK. Max. mark is Somewhere here is where you should be!!! WALT: to prepare Speaking Assessment work on Health WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions & reasons for Grade D WILF: to use GCSE marking criteria & peer assessment to ensure you have included opinions, reasons & a future & past tense for Grade C+


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