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The annotated work samples in Judging Standards support teachers when reporting
against the achievement standards; when giving assessment feedback; and when
explaining the differences between one student’s achievement and another’s.
Judging Standards
Grey highlighting identifies those aspects of the achievement standard addressed in
the work sample. Annotations in black text refer to the assessment pointers while
those in coloured text highlight additional, specific qualities evident in the work.
Reporting against the Achievement Standard
Work Sample: Year 6 English
Performance associated with Grade C, representing SATISFACTORY achievement
Summary of task:
Persuasive writing: Should Year 6 Students be allowed to bring mobile phones to school?
Students wrote a persuasive text in response to the question, ‘Should Year 6 students be allowed to bring mobile phones
to school?’ Students created a plan to help them respond to the question.
Year 6 English Achievement Standard – Relevant to this task
Reading and viewing
By the end of Year 6, students understand how the use of text structures can achieve particular effects. They analyse and
explain how language features, images and vocabulary are used by different authors to represent ideas, characters and
events. They compare and analyse information in different texts, explaining literal and implied meaning. They select and
use evidence from a text to explain their response to it.
Writing and creating
Students understand how language features and language patterns can be used for emphasis. They show how specific
details can be used to support a point of view. They explain how their choices of language features and images are used.
They create detailed texts elaborating upon key ideas for a range of purposes and audiences. They demonstrate
understanding of grammar, make considered choices from an expanding vocabulary, use accurate spelling and
punctuation for clarity and make and explain editorial choices.
Speaking and listening
Students listen to discussions, clarifying content and challenging others’ ideas. They understand how language features
and language patterns can be used for emphasis. They show how specific details can be used to support a point of view.
They explain how their choices of language features and images are used. They create detailed texts, elaborating on key
ideas for a range of purposes and audiences. They make presentations and contribute actively to class and group
discussions, using a variety of strategies for effect.
Key words:
Persuasive texts, Mobile phones, Argument, Point of view
Grades are assigned at the end of the year based on the rank order of students. Grades
should not be assigned to individual assessments. Student achievement is reported at the end
of the semester or year using the letter grades and achievement descriptors. Letter grades
and achievement descriptors should not be used to assess individual pieces of work.
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English: Year 6 Grade C Work Sample
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Work Sample
Annotations
Constructs a persuasive text
using the appropriate structure
and some persuasive devices.
Includes supporting
information, e.g. includes a
short elaboration to support an
idea. ‘Firstly, if you were in
class and your phone rang…’
Uses simple, compound and
complex sentence structures
with mostly consistent tense.
Makes occasional errors when
constructing complex
sentences, e.g. ‘If one phone
could be distracting imagine a
whole class of students with
phones.’
Makes appropriate vocabulary
choices, using common
adjectives and adverbs, e.g. ‘I
strongly disagree that phones
should be allowed to be in
school as they are distracting,
disturbing, stressful if they are
lost and help a student cheat.’
Spells most common words
correctly, e.g. ‘students’,
‘cause’, ‘allowed’.
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Work Sample
Annotations
Plans for writing using elements of persuasive
text.
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Work Sample
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