Presentation on theme: "Assessment. Aims Know: - What assessment is. Understand: - Why we need to assess. - How we assess. - How we use assessment. Do: - Practice assessing for."— Presentation transcript:
Aims Know: - What assessment is. Understand: - Why we need to assess. - How we assess. - How we use assessment. Do: - Practice assessing for different purposes.
2 Categories Assessment For Learning (A for L) Assessment Of Learning (A of L) Making judgements on what pupils know, do and/or understand on an ongoing basis to inform what you are to teach next and how you might differentiate the work to meet their needs. A final judgement of their knowledge, ability and/or understanding often resulting in an end of module points, level or grade.
Assessment FOR Learning Development of Core Tasks (QCA) Success Based Activity Observation Question and Answer Listening – Reciprocal Theory Assessment – Quiz, Exam, Coursework, Worksheets. Outcome – Differentiated teaching activities
Assessment OF Learning End of Module Assessment to inform your reporting system. You can use any of the Assessment for Learning methods. Plus; Final Core Tasks (QCA) Mock / Final Exam
Data to Support Planning EAL SEN Ethnicity Reading Age Medical KS 2 Data KS 3 Data
Key Stage 3 Assessment 4 Strands; Acquiring & Developing skills Selecting & Applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas. Evaluating & Improving Performance Knowledge & Understanding of Fitness & Health
Lesson Planning What ‘assessment for learning’ strategies could you use with the following teaching tasks? Breastroke kicking Action Forward Roll Passing in Basketball Badminton Overhead Clear Circuit Training
Setting Work at the Start of a Scheme Setting a scheme around football (Option 1); Selecting & Applying skills, tactics and compositional ideas. ExamplesLinked Level Individual Dribbling, Control 3 Linked Work Pass and Move, Communication 4 Team Play Defensive & OffensiveFormation, Offside Rule, Tactics. 5
Setting Work at the Start of a Scheme Setting each lesson of football around all 4 Strands (Option 2); Acquiring & Developing SkillsCan we pass the ball? Can we link up with other players? Are we effective in a game situation? Observation of technique. Compositional Skills, tactics and Sequences How do we link with other players to successfully move the ball up the pitch? Practical and Q & A. Evaluating & Improving PerformanceReciprocal teaching of a task. Eg. How do you succeed in 3 v 1? How can we improve his / performance? Listening to responses. Knowledge of Fitness and HealthWarm Up / Down. How is playing football regularly going to help our fitness? What will it do to our bodies? Question and Answer.
Statutory Assessment Key Stage 3 – One Level at the end of Yr9. Key Stage 4 – Recreational - No assessment. - To inform reporting. GCSE & BTEC - Course based marking.
Regularity is Often a Department Choice Challney Marking Policy – Key Stage 3 – 1 level per half term per sport. Ensure that all 4 strands are covered equally through the year. Key Stage 4 - 1 Practical Assessment each half term. 1 Theory formal test per half term (Recommended). 1 Mock exam in each year. 2-3 Analysis of Performance tests. Final assessments in Year 11.
The Use of Placemats Assessment Criteria Level 3Level 4Level 5Level 6Level 7 Skill Application Show basic skills of passing, dribbling, tackling, shooting and controlling. Show the basic skills under competitive pressure some of the time. Show the ‘basic skills’ effectively under the pressure of a game situation. Choose and perform well the right skills under pressure in a game. Make significant impact in competitive game situations using high levels of skill. Understanding Tactics and Composing Sequences Show or know what positioning, attacking, and defending are at a basic level. Offer very basic suggestions for succeeding as a team. Show or know what positioning, attacking, and defending are at a basic level. Offer some suggestions for succeeding as a team. Explain what positioning, attacking, and defending means to a team’s success. Offer a number of suggestions for succeeding as a team. Take an active lead in strategic planning within the team to create success. This must be to a reasonably high level. Show a high level of tactical awareness by leading a team in its strategic formation. This needs to be very successful and without help from others. Evaluating and Improving Performance Tell basic differences in yours and other’s technique. Know which is better and sometimes why. Evaluate skills, techniques and ideas used in your own and others' work, and use this understanding to improve their own performance. Analyse individual skills, tactics and techniques and recommend ways of improving these for the benefit of others. Accurately analyse team strategies and recommend ways of improving these for the benefit of the team. Effectively lead a team, to improve their fitness, tactics and techniques through appropriate coaching. Knowledge of Fitness & Health Explain why warming up before an activity is important, and why physical activity is good for your health. Explain and apply basic safety principles in preparing for exercise. Describe what effects exercise has on your bodies, and how it is valuable to your fitness and health. Explain how the body reacts during different types of exercise, and warm up and cool down in ways that suit the activity. Explain why regular, safe exercise is good for your fitness and health. Explain how to prepare for, and recover from activity. Explain how different types of exercise contribute to your fitness and health and describe how you can get involved in other types of activities and exercise. Explain the principles of practice and training, and apply them effectively. Explain the benefits of regular, planned activity on health and fitness and plan your own appropriate exercise and activity programme.
GCSE Short / Full Course in PE 50% Practical Assessment 40% Theory Assessment 2 / 4 Sports from different Short – One 45 min. Multiple Choice Exam. National Curriculum Areas. Full – One 1 & 3/4hr Exam. 10% Analysis of Performance – Verbal Question & Answer Exam 70% IS THE PASS MARK AT A ‘C’ GRADE Theory Topics - Why people take part in sport.- Diet, Health & Hygiene - Training Methods & Principles- Sports Injuries - Skill Related Fitness.- Full – Plus Anatomy
BTEC Certificate in SPORT Chosen in the matrix option block. All CourseworkNo Examination You MUST pass all 3 Units. 70% of lessons will be theory. Unit titles - Sports Performer. - Leadership in Sport. - Practical Sport.
New National Curriculum - 2008 “Lessons will combine physical activity with learning how exercise affects fitness and health and schools will also have even more flexibility to run the physical activities that best meet their pupils’ needs.” secondary curriculum review A Summary of the QCA Consultation publication, February 2007