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GEOGRAPHY NATIONAL CURRICULUM LEVELLED ASSESSMENT GUIDANCE

Discussion in 'Geography' started by Treblig, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. books1990

    books1990 New commenter


  2. Hi Wellies,

    Could my wife and I have one and one each for the three kids? Oh, and my gran said that she knows nothing about level descriptors but she likes the sound of them, so can she have one? :)

    You should be an inspector??

     
  3. Isn't there something wrong with our educational establishment when 100s of people all reply to ask for the same help with Level Descriptors!? Rather than inventing a wheel and passing on copies to all schools in the country, we all have to invent our own wheel. What a joke...
     
  4. I am a non-specialist and have found these a god send. I adapt them but they do help.

    Any good assessments please put on TES resources so we can all share them.



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  5. Hi

    Could I possibly have a copy as I could do with simplifying what is already in the department for students.

    Thank you!

    emilyrbates@yahoo.com
     
  6. Hi
    I have just fount this post on TES and wondered if your simplified levels are up todate with the changes made a couple of years ago. I am having a lot of difficulty comming to terms with the idea that map skills are now a level 5, 4 &6 figure grid references are now a level 6. Also, it is difficult to give feed back as levels can go up or down depending on the type of work. E.G Map work levels are different to written explinations. How do you measure and report both? I need to be able to work out a simple system as we haveto report students progress every term and depending on the topic they fluctuate wildly. Do you have any suggestions please or, do you know of anyone who can help?
    Thank you
    C Hawkins

     
  7. probably too late, but if possible could i have a copy please
    avoncakes13@gmail.com
     
  8. Hi
    Sorry to add my name to the list of those seeking your descriptors, but these sound ever so useful. Please can you e mail if poss. Many thanks... Colin
    cessgell@aol.com
     
  9. missgeo

    missgeo New commenter

    Could I also have a copy: misslynn.geo@gmail.com
     
  10. Please could you e-mail the level descriptors to me too for use in my new geography teaching post.. Thanks. sam@global-thinking.org.uk
     
  11. missiongeography

    missiongeography New commenter

  12. freckle06

    freckle06 Lead commenter

    You know this thread is 7 years old? Also - there’s no levels anymore. Best wishes.
     
  13. missiongeography

    missiongeography New commenter

    Thanks Freckle06,

    I am sure I can adapt them for KS2 assessments or something. Never turn down free stuff. Thanks for looking out for me :)

    Regards
     

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