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Reading assessment record for oral responses

This record sheet is provided to help you note evidence of achievement in the reading task for
those pupils responding orally. The questions have been summarised and there is a space for
notes. The assessment focuses accompanying each question provide a useful way of assessing
each pupil’s performance. Two completed assessment sheets for oral responses are provided as
exemplars, to be used in conjunction with the reading mark scheme.




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     Reading assessment record for oral responses

Name of pupil:

Question                                                   Notes
1.   key points about rescue (table)

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

2.    make the incident exciting and dangerous
      (3 words)

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of
language, including grammatical and literary
features at word and sentence level

3.     why writer tells us that the helicopter pilot
       has 18 years’ experience (tick 2)

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes
and viewpoints and the overall effect of the text
on the reader

4.    information about event (true or false)

AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information,
events or ideas from texts

5.    description of people trapped

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes
and viewpoints and the overall effect of the text
on the reader

6.     how subheadings get the reader
       interested

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes
and viewpoints and the overall effect of the text
on the reader

7.     how each section of the report helps the
       reader (matching)

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level

8.   why swimming in open water is more
     dangerous

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text




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Question                                                   Notes
9.   purpose of the safety guide (tick 1)

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes
and viewpoints and the overall effect of the text
on the reader

10.   purpose of the Helping yourself section

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes
and viewpoints and the overall effect of the text
on the reader

11.   why it is important to tell a person not to
      struggle (1 quotation)

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

12.   why Sign up for a session is separate

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level

13.   why Martin’s surfboard is not the best kind
      for Matt

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

14a) how Matt seems in paragraph 3
     (1 word)

AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information,
events or ideas from texts

14b) how Matt seems in paragraph 4
     (1 word)

AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information,
events or ideas from texts

15.   why Right is repeated

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of
language, including grammatical and literary
features at word and sentence level

16.   how the writer builds up to Matt’s surprise
      (tick 1)

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level




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Question                                                             Notes
17. why sliced is a good way to describe how the
     surfboard moved

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of
language, including grammatical and literary features at
word and sentence level

18.   what makes Matt have one more try at surfing

AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

19.   what happens to Matt at the end (tick 2)

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

20a) new title

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

20b) explanation of why it would be a good title

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader




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         Reading assessment record for oral responses – Exemplar 1

Name of pupil: Emma

Question                                                          Notes
1.   key points about rescue (table)                              Gave four correct answers
                                                                  Answered independently
AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

2.   make the incident exciting and dangerous (3                  Identified two correct words
words)                                                            No support required with reading

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of
language, including grammatical and literary features at
word and sentence level

3.    why writer tells us that the helicopter pilot has 18        Answered independently, but identified incorrect
      years’ experience (tick 2)                                  statements

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

4.    information about event (true or false)                     Statements read independently
                                                                  Support required with information retrieval
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or            Gave two correct answers
ideas from texts

5.    description of people trapped                               Discussed the descriptive words
                                                                  Answered correctly with support
AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

6.    how subheadings get the reader interested                   Required explanation of ‘subheadings’
                                                                  Answered incorrectly, commenting on the presentation
AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

7.    how each section of the report helps the reader             Question required reading and explanation
      (matching)                                                  Appeared to guess answers
                                                                  Answered incorrectly
AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level

8.   why swimming in open water is more dangerous                 Answered independently and incorrectly from own
                                                                  experience
AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text




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Question                                                             Notes
9.   purpose of the safety guide (tick 1)                            Required explanation of ‘persuade’ and ‘advertise’
                                                                     Answered correctly
AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

10.   purpose of the Helping yourself section                        Answered independently, but incorrectly

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

11.   why it is important to tell a person not to struggle           Answered independently, but incorrectly
      (1 quotation)

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

12.   why Sign up for a session is separate                          Required explanation of question
                                                                     Correctly identified that the content was different
AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level

13.   why Martin’s surfboard is not the best kind                    Answered independently, correctly
      for Matt

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

14a) how Matt seems in paragraph 3 (1 word)                          Required support with the descriptive words
                                                                     Answered correctly with support
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

14b) how Matt seems in paragraph 4 (1 word)                          Guessed incorrectly

AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

15.   why Right is repeated                                          Appeared to guess
                                                                     Answered incorrectly
AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of
language, including grammatical and literary features at
word and sentence level

16.   how the writer builds up to Matt’s surprise                    Question required explanation
      (tick 1)                                                       Pupil selected two incorrect answers

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level




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Question                                                          Notes
17. why sliced is a good way to describe how the                  Omitted question
     surfboard moved                                              Response – ‘I don’t know’

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of
language, including grammatical and literary features at
word and sentence level

18.   what makes Matt have one more try at surfing                Read last paragraph with assistance
                                                                  Identified correct quotation to support answer
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

19.   what happens to Matt at the end (tick 2)                    Found two correct answers
                                                                  No further support required with reading or information
AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve                     retrieval
information, events or ideas from texts and use
quotation and reference to text

20a) new title                                                    Pupil suggested ‘Jumping the waves’

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader

20b) explanation of why it would be a good title                  No explanation offered

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the
reader




         Summary of oral assessment of reading

         Emma reads simple texts with understanding and accuracy. She requires help to read less
         familiar polysyllabic words and to break up longer complex sentences into units of meaning. She
         is able to retrieve information mostly correctly, though her ability to infer meaning from texts is
         limited. She has some understanding of the structure and organisation of texts and the writer’s
         use of language. Her responses show some understanding of the purpose and viewpoint of the
         texts, but understanding is not secure. Overall, Emma’s performance is indicative of a pupil
         working just within level 3.




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       Reading assessment record for oral responses – Exemplar 2

Name of pupil: William

Question                                                              Notes
1.   key points about rescue (table)                                  Answered independently and correctly

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve information,
events or ideas from texts and use quotation and
reference to text

2.    make the incident exciting and dangerous                        Found three correct answers, independently
      (3 words)

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of language,
including grammatical and literary features at word and
sentence level

3.     why writer tells us that the helicopter pilot has 18           Read paragraph 6 and selected two correct responses
       years’ experience (tick 2)

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader

4.    information about event (true or false)                         Took time to answer
                                                                      Selected three correct responses
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

5.    description of people trapped                                   Pupil offered appropriate explanation

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader

6.     how subheadings get the reader interested                      Answered correctly with some discussion

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader

7.     how each section of the report helps the reader                Asked for support in answering question
       (matching)                                                     Answered correctly after consideration

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level

8.   why swimming in open water is more dangerous                     Found correct explanation, independently

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve information,
events or ideas from texts and use quotation and
reference to text




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Question                                                              Notes
9.   purpose of the safety guide (tick 1)                             Required clarification of ‘writer’s purpose’
                                                                      Identified correct answer
AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader

10.   purpose of the Helping yourself section                         Identified writer’s purpose correctly

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader

11.   why it is important to tell a person not to struggle            Found correct explanation, independently
      (1 quotation)

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve information,
events or ideas from texts and use quotation and
reference to text

12.   why Sign up for a session is separate                           Correctly understood that it is an advertisement

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level

13.   why Martin’s surfboard is not the best kind                     Found correct explanation, independently
      for Matt

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve information,
events or ideas from texts and use quotation and
reference to text

14a) how Matt seems in paragraph 3 (1 word)                           Read paragraph 3 aloud
                                                                      Answered independently, correctly
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

14b) how Matt seems in paragraph 4 (1 word)                           Read paragraph 4 aloud
                                                                      Answered incorrectly
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

15.   why Right is repeated                                           Required support to provide correct answer

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of language,
including grammatical and literary features at word and
sentence level

16.   how the writer builds up to Matt’s surprise                     Question required explanation
      (tick 1)                                                        Answered correctly

AF4: identify and comment on the structure and
organisation of texts, including grammatical and
presentational features at text level




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Question                                                              Notes
17. why sliced is a good way to describe how the                      Attempted answer
     surfboard moved                                                  Answered incorrectly

AF5: explain and comment on writers’ uses of language,
including grammatical and literary features at word and
sentence level

18.   what makes Matt have one more try at surfing                    Pupil did not re-read last paragraph
                                                                      Guessed incorrectly
AF3: deduce, infer or interpret information, events or
ideas from texts

19.   what happens to Matt at the end (tick 2)                        Found one correct answer, independently

AF2: understand, describe, select or retrieve information,
events or ideas from texts and use quotation and
reference to text

20a) new title                                                        Pupil suggested ‘Matt tries to surf’

AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader

20b) explanation of why it would be a good title                      Pupil correctly explained that Matt was really trying to
                                                                      surf but only managed for a second
AF6: identify and comment on writers’ purposes and
viewpoints and the overall effect of the text on the reader




       Summary of oral assessment of reading

       William reads simple texts independently and with understanding. He is able to select and
       retrieve information accurately, and identify and comment on the structure and organisation of
       texts, as well as the writer’s purposes and viewpoints. His ability to infer meaning and to
       comment on the writer’s use of language is less secure. Overall, William’s response is indicative
       of a pupil working securely at level 3.




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