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Profile of individual child (equivalent to 2, 000 words), with critiqued examples of assessments and other tests used to make judgements about learning and progression.
*An introduction (on the purpose or history of assessment, for example) is not required – start with the pen-portrait of the child.
Pen-portrait of child/learner (200-300 words approx.) – included information which will be relevant when considering the use of assessment, e.g.
-year group (e.g. Year 1, Year 5, Year 11)
-type of school (e.g. mainstream, SEN, supplementary, etc.)
-number of pupils in the class
-child’s ability in comparison to other children in the class
-where child has English as an additional language, child’s fluency
-whether the child has any special needs or disabilities
Write the pen-portrait in full sentences (not bullet points), in the present tense (Child A is …)
Example of assessment 1 (include image of assessment example – you could refer in the text to Example 1, or Figure 1)
Critique of assessment example 1 (200-500 words – the depth of your critique will affect how many examples you need to use: if you don’t have much to write, you will need more assessment examples)
-Brief context – when/where was the assessment carried out; subject area; support provided to the child; what the assessment was designed to show/evidence (50 words)
-Description of example – e.g. This is an example of formative feedback from the teacher on child A’s work, focusing on…
-Critique – identify what is effective about the teacher’s assessment practice, making clear links to literature/government policy/etc. to support your conclusions – this is where you demonstrate your understanding of assessment theory and ‘good practice’; identify aspects of the teacher’s assessment practice which could be further developed (making clear links to literature/government policy/etc. to support your conclusions - this is also where you demonstrate your understanding of assessment theory and ‘good practice’)
Example of assessment 2 (include image of assessment example)
Critique of assessment example 2 (200-500 words – see comment above)
-Description of example – e.g. formative feedback from teacher on child’s work, focusing on…