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									                 GCSE English Writing Coursework Mark Sheet
                   Media: writing to analyse, review, comment
Name:                                                 Form:        Set:      Teacher:
Task:

AO3 (i): communicate clearly and imaginatively, using and adapting forms for different readers and purposes
AO3 (ii): organise ideas into sentences, paragraphs and whole texts using a variety of linguistic and structural
features
Mark         Skills                                                                         Student       Teacher
U           Some writing
(1-2)       Basic sentence structures
            Basic vocabulary
G           Some signs of organisation and clarity
(3-4)       Some attempt to carry out task
F           Communicates clearly
(5-6)       Some organisation
            Main features of form used appropriately
            Simple and complex sentences used
E           Attempts to match style and form to purpose
(7-8)       Attempts to match style and form to audience
            Develops ideas
            Employs appropriate sentence structures
            Some grasp of organising sentences into paragraphs
            Makes some use of complex sentences
D           Usually matches style and form to purpose
(9-10)      Usually matches style and form to audience
            Begins to use some variety of sentence structure to achieve effects
            Uses clear paragraphs
            Begins to use some variety of vocabulary to achieve effects
            Engages interest of the reader
C           Adapts style and form to purpose and audience
(11-12)     Uses range of sentence structures to create effects
            Uses varied vocabulary to create effects
            Engages and sustains reader’s interest
            Paragraphs make meanings clear
AO3 (i) & (ii)                                                                Grade:            Mark:
AO3 (iii) use a range of sentence structures effectively with accurate punctuation and spelling
Mark       Skills                                                                         Student Teacher
U/F/G       Some writing in sentences
(1-3)       Some accuracy in spelling of simple words
            Some evidence of conscious attempts at punctuation
E/D/C       Uses a range of securely controlled sentence structures for effect
(4-6)       Some accurate spelling of more complex words
            Uses a range of punctuation which helps to clarify meaning and
               purpose
AO3 (iii)                                                                      Grade:            Mark:
Forecast Grade:                                      Total Media Writing Grade:                  Mark:
What should be in my media writing to get the coursework grade I am targeting?
AO3 (i) & (ii)
U         Some words giving opinion, but little structure.
(1-2)
G         Words giving opinion and some structure
(3-4)
F         A focus on the task and media text with some ideas that involve
(5-6)     analysis/review/comment. Some sense of form and an attempt to structure
          ideas logically
E         A focus on the task and media text with developed ideas that involve
(7-8)     analysis/review/comment. The form you write in will be appropriate for the
          purpose. Ideas should be structured and you should use some variety of
          vocabulary.
D         A clear focus on the media text and task with a range of ideas presented and
(9-10)    explored. You may give a clear personal response, which should be presented in
          an appropriate form and should use appropriate specialist terminology. Ideas
          should be organised into paragraphs with an interesting range of vocabulary
C         A good focus on the media text and task with a range of ideas presented in an
(11-12)   appropriate form and with appropriate specialist terminology. Ideas must be
          organised into paragraphs with an interesting and suitable range of vocabulary.
AO3 (iii)
U/G/F     Mostly simple sentences. Simple words spelt correctly. Media vocabulary spelt
(1-3)     properly.
          Some use of discourse markers, e.g. ‘and then’. Full stops usually used
          correctly.
E/D/C     Some variety of grammar to suit audience and form. Some complex sentences.
(4-6)     Commonly used words spelt correctly. Specialist media terminology spelt
          accurately most of the time. Punctuation generally accurate with secure use of
          commas, question marks etc.
Teacher Comments:




Student Comments:




Targets:
                 GCSE English Writing Coursework Mark Sheet
                   Media: writing to analyse, review, comment
Name:                                           Form:        Set:      Teacher:
Task:

AO3 (i): communicate clearly and imaginatively, using and adapting forms for different readers and purposes
AO3 (ii): organise ideas into sentences, paragraphs and whole texts using a variety of linguistic and structural
features
Mark       Skills                                                                         Student Teacher
E           Attempts to match style and form to purpose
(7-8)       Attempts to match style and form to audience
            Develops ideas
            Employs appropriate sentence structures
            Some grasp of organising sentences into paragraphs
            Makes some use of complex sentences
D           Usually matches style and form to purpose
(9-10)      Usually matches style and form to audience
            Begins to use some variety of sentence structure to achieve effects
            Uses clear paragraphs
            Begins to use some variety of vocabulary to achieve effects
            Engages interest of the reader
C           Adapts style and form to purpose and audience
(11-12)     Uses range of sentence structures to create effects
            Uses varied vocabulary to create effects
            Engages and sustains reader’s interest
            Paragraphs make meanings clear
B           Writing is coherent and controlled
(13-14)     Assured match of form and style to purpose and audience
            Follows syntactical conventions
            Uses paragraphs to aid meanings
A           Writing is shaped
(15-16)     Demonstrates assured control of style
            Uses range of grammatical constructions accurately
            Uses well-constructed paragraphs
            Paragraphs linked to clarify organisation of writing as a whole
AO3 (i) & (ii)                                                                Grade:            Mark:
AO3 (iii) use a range of sentence structures effectively with accurate punctuation and spelling
Mark       Skills                                                                         Student Teacher
E/D/C       Uses a range of securely controlled sentence structures for effect
(4-6)       Some accurate spelling of more complex words
            Uses a range of punctuation which helps to clarify meaning and
               purpose
B/A/A*      Uses a full range of appropriate sentence structures
            Achieves a high level of technical accuracy in spelling and in use
               of a wide range of punctuation
AO3 (iii)                                                                      Grade:            Mark:
Forecast Grade:                                      Total Media Writing Grade:                  Mark:
What should be in my media writing to get the coursework grade I am targeting?
AO3 (i) & (ii)
E        A focus on the task and media text with developed ideas that involve
(7-8)    analysis/review/comment. The form you write in will be appropriate for the
         purpose. Ideas should be structures and you should use some variety of
         vocabulary.
D        A clear focus on the media text and task with a range of ideas presented and
(9-10)   explored. You may give a clear personal response, which should be presented in
         an appropriate form and should use appropriate specialist terminology. Ideas
         must be organised into paragraphs with an interesting range of vocabulary
C        A good focus on the media text and task with a range of ideas presented in an
(11-12)  appropriate form and with appropriate specialist terminology. Ideas must be
         organised into paragraphs with an interesting and suitable range of vocabulary.
B        Analytical ideas should be supported by reference to the media text, with
(13-14)  technical analysis and awareness of a range of possible contexts of production
         and reception. A personal response will be explicit or implicit depending on the
         form used. Writing should be organised around the ideas, with a variety of
         internal structures and vocabulary, showing detailed understanding of the
         media texts and their purposes.
A        A focus on the media text and detailed treatment of the task and its purpose
(15-16)  by expressing ideas coherently, logically and persuasively. There may be a
         judicious mix of overview and close reference, with technical analysis when
         appropriate.
AO3 (iii)
E/D/C    Some variety of grammar to suit audience and form. Some complex sentences.
(4-6)    Commonly used words spelt correctly. Specialist media terminology spelt
         accurately most of the time. Punctuation generally accurate with secure use of
         commas, question marks etc.
B/A/A* Clear controlled manipulation of sentence structures for effect. A wide range
(7-9)    of discourse markers. A range of complex sentences if appropriate. Spelling,
         including the spelling of irregular words, should be secure. Accurate spelling of
         specialist media terminology. A range of punctuation for sophisticated effects.
         Colons and semi-colons may be used when appropriate.
Teacher Comments:




Student Comments:

Targets:
                 GCSE English Writing Coursework Mark Sheet
                    Media: writing to analyse, review, comment
Name:                                           Form:        Set:      Teacher:
Task:

AO3 (i): communicate clearly and imaginatively, using and adapting forms for different readers and purposes
AO3 (ii): organise ideas into sentences, paragraphs and whole texts using a variety of linguistic and structural
features
Mark       Skills                                                                         Student Teacher
D           Usually matches style and form to purpose
(9-10)      Usually matches style and form to audience
            Begins to use some variety of sentence structure to achieve effects
            Uses clear paragraphs
            Begins to use some variety of vocabulary to achieve effects
            Engages interest of the reader
C           Adapts style and form to purpose and audience
(11-12)     Uses range of sentence structures to create effects
            Uses varied vocabulary to create effects
            Engages and sustains reader’s interest
            Paragraphs make meanings clear
B           Writing is coherent and controlled
(13-14)     Assured match of form and style to purpose and audience
            Follows syntactical conventions
            Uses paragraphs to aid meanings
A           Writing is shaped
(15-16)     Demonstrates assured control of style
            Uses range of grammatical constructions accurately
            Uses well-constructed paragraphs
            Paragraphs linked to clarify organisation of writing as a whole
A*          Writing is elaborate or concise, vigorous or restrained according to
(17-18)        purpose and audience
            Employs wide vocabulary
            Uses precise, fluent style
            Uses highly convincing paragraph structures
AO3 (i) & (ii)                                                                Grade:            Mark:
AO3 (iii) use a range of sentence structures effectively with accurate punctuation and spelling
Mark       Skills                                                                         Student Teacher
E/D/C       Uses a range of securely controlled sentence structures for effect
(4-6)       Some accurate spelling of more complex words
            Uses a range of punctuation which helps to clarify meaning and
               purpose
B/A/A*      Uses a full range of appropriate sentence structures
            Achieves a high level of technical accuracy in spelling and in use
               of a wide range of punctuation
AO3 (iii)                                                                      Grade:            Mark:
Forecast Grade:                                      Total Media Writing Grade:                  Mark:
What should be in my media writing to get the coursework grade I am targeting?
AO3 (i) & (ii)
D           A clear focus on the media text and task with a range of ideas presented and
(9-10)      explored. You may give a clear personal response, which should be presented in
            an appropriate form and should use appropriate specialist terminology. Ideas
            must be organised into paragraphs with an interesting range of vocabulary
C           A good focus on the media text and task with a range of ideas presented in an
(11-12)     appropriate form and with appropriate specialist terminology. Ideas must be
            organised into paragraphs with an interesting and suitable range of vocabulary.
B           Analytical ideas should be supported by reference to the media text, with
(13-14)     technical analysis and awareness of a range of possible contexts of production
            and reception. A personal response will be explicit and implicit depending on
            the form used. Writing should be organised around the ideas, with variety of
            internal structures and vocabulary, showing detailed understanding of the
            media texts and their purposes.
A           A focus on the media text and detailed treatment of the task and its purpose
(15-16)     by expressing ideas coherently, logically and persuasively. There may be a
            judicious mix of overview and close reference, with technical analysis when
            appropriate.
A*          A focus on the media text and a sophisticated response to the task, its
(17-18)     purpose, the genre and the requirements of the form in which the response is
            being written. Technical language will be used with a sophisticated awareness
            of its suitability when writing.
AO3 (iii)
E/D/C    Some variety of grammar to suit audience and form. Some complex sentences.
(4-6)    Commonly used words spelt correctly. Specialist media terminology spelt
         accurately most of the time. Punctuation generally accurate with secure use of
         commas, question marks etc.
B/A/A* Clear controlled manipulation of sentence structures fro effect. A wide range
(7-9)    of discourse markers. A range of complex sentences if appropriate. Spelling,
         including the spelling of irregular words, should be secure. Accurate spelling of
         specialist media terminology. A range of punctuation for sophisticated effects.
         Colons and semi-colons may be used when appropriate.
Teacher Comments:




Student Comments:

Targets:

								
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