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Activity 20.2

Activity 20.2

Discussing and using the assessment criteria

The students will explore the assessment criteria in relation to the achievement objectives and deepen their understanding of what they need to do to achieve success.

At this point, your students need to be communicating effectively in NZSL in a range of contexts, responding to others without undue delay and with reasonable levels of accuracy. The understandings they have developed of NZSL and of how they learn a second language will vary from student to student. Students progress at their own rates of learning.

By now, you and your students will have used the assessment criteria on worksheet 10.1 enough times for them to be familiar with the criteria and how they are applied. Ask the students to take out their copies. Point to the enlarged copy of the criteria that you have on your classroom wall. Tell them that they will be using these criteria to assess themselves and their peers.

Ask the students to find the copy of worksheet 10.3 they completed during Unit 10. This worksheet is the assessment record of their NZSL knowledge and skills for Units 1–10. Tell them to look at the section that identifies the three aspects of their NZSL learning they needed to improve.

Now have the students work in small groups to assess each other’s performance. Their assessment should include a focus on the three areas that the students identified as their particular learning goals. Give them time to become familiar with the learning goals of all the members of their group.

Hand out new copies of worksheet 10.3. Play a DVD recording of the students’ performances in a recent unit. Ask your students to apply the criteria to each student’s performance and tick the relevant boxes in pencil. Then help them to combine their assessments to gain an overview of each student’s knowledge and skills.

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