I am being observed next week by HoD (1 hour), and the focus in school is very much on AfL, showing progression 2 or 3 times within an hour, that sort of thing, big drive in that direction at the minute (I understand Ofsted are keen on the matter). My lesson will be on hobbies (Y7). What is the best way to show that pupils have all made progress after 20 minutes, 40 minutes and by the end of the lesson? (and produce evidence, feedback to pupils is also important) It is extremely challenging and colleagues who went through that at the end of last term found it very difficult to a) input knowledge b) teach and repeat c) practice d) show that every pupil had improved, and show evidence of progression. I think I'd be slated if learning was too "passive" (listening/reading/writing), so I was thinking of concentrating on a <u>pair-work</u> (at least, it shows pupils actually involved in doing something), and designing a "progress sheet" with "I can" statements, where each pupil could tick a box as they work on their phrases (which would be something like "Quels passe-temps tu aimes ? - "Quels passe-temps tu détestes ?"). How could I best include peer-assessment in all that? (I was thinking of asking pupils to mark each other at the end, when everyone's practised their bit and they do it in front of class). Ideas and suggestions most welcome! (and greatly appreciated). Thanks.