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Need some inspiration :)

Discussion in 'Music' started by mmmz, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. mmmz

    mmmz New commenter


    I have used the Bentley test in the past as a baseline for incoming pupils in Year 7. I wonder can anyone let me know if they have some other ways of doing this?

    Also, when you monitor and evaluate, what methods have worked out well for you?

    Any help greatly appreciated :)

  2. I don't use a baseline test as such but use my first module as their baseline assessment (lasts 1/2 term.) This gives the pupils performing, composing and listening activities and I find I make a much more reliable baseline assessment than a one off test. (I'm lucky that SLT support this and let me take this approach.)
  3. LennoxBerkeley

    LennoxBerkeley New commenter

    For a minute, I thought you said the Bentley test. I must be losing it.


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