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KS3/4 Modern Foreign Languages - Peer Assessment

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This programme looks at effective ways of developing and using peer assessment in the classroom, as demonstrated by the modern foreign languages (MFL) department at Prince Henry's Grammar School.

Prince Henry's have chosen peer assessment as a focus through which they are enhancing language learning at Key Stage 3 and 4. This programme focuses on the range of methods that teachers in the MFL department are using to improve both written and oral language skills, with comments from Leeds' lead professional in Assessment for Learning in MFL, Nicola Hobbs.

We see teachers and pupils talking about the challenges and benefits of equipping the pupils with the necessary assessment skills. The programme also takes a close look at how the school builds up peer assessment, including aspects such as:

  • Basic assessment criteria
  • Analysing model texts
  • Assessing work according to National Curriculum standards
  • Giving feedback in the language that is being learnt

Part of the series: Reading Aloud with Michael Rosen

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