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Writing levelling mdoeration staff meeting: ideas needed please

Discussion in 'English' started by dodie102, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. dodie102

    dodie102 Occasional commenter

    Hello esmerata

    We run our meetings in a similar manner to what you describe. Our best work folders are used for establishing NC levels. As time is tight we target a year group per meeting, bring an example of each NC level put them into separate piles and dig in. There are core of dedicated KS3 teachers at my school so we tend to have a frank and open discussion for a bit and then check that whilst we do take into account the different AFs we still don't put someone who can't paragraph as a level 5 no matter how sophisticated their vocabulary is! The trick is to keep the tone of discussion both concise and constructive. Good luck.

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