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NEW: Outstanding Assessment, Marking and Feedback in A-Level German

Course Code:
T0126
£269.00+vat

ABOUT THIS COURSE

This new course designed to empower teachers of AQA A-Level German to enhance their assessment, marking, and feedback practices, ultimately leading to improved student outcomes. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the AQA A-Level PE assessment criteria and develop practical strategies for effective marking, tracking, and providing targeted feedback. The course will also cover standardisation to ensure accuracy and consistency in assessment. Delegates will have the knowledge and tools to implement outstanding assessment practices that support student progress and achievement

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the AQA A-Level German assessment criteria and assessment requirements.
  • Develop effective and efficient marking and feedback strategies to maximise impact on student work.
  • Strengthen your ability to track and monitor student progress, identifying areas for improvement and intervention.
  • Acquire standardisation techniques, ensuring consistency and fairness in assessment across the department.

PROGRAMME

Understanding AQA A-Level German Assessment Criteria

10.00 – 10.40am
  • Overview of the AQA A-Level German grading criteria and assessment objectives
  • Understand how marks are awarded across different assessment objectives
  • Differentiate between levels of performance and identify key indicators for each level
  • Identifying common misconceptions and pitfalls in assessment

A Marking Masterclass – Best Practices for Efficient and Accurate Marking

10.40 – 11.10am
  • A practical exam marking session
  • An opportunity to mark, assess and grade student work
  • Peer-assessment and self-assessment techniques to engage students in the process
  • How accurate is your marking?
  • Exploring examples of top-quality work to set benchmarks for excellence

 

Morning Break

11.10 – 11.25am

Ensuring Accuracy and Consistency of Marking

11.25 – 12.15pm
  • Develop techniques to maintain accuracy consistency in marking across different Components and exam papers
  • Understand the importance of applying AQA’s marking methodology to internal marking
  • Ensuring consistent assessment across the department
  • Addressing potential biases in grading and marking

Tracking and Monitoring Assessment

12.15 – 12.45pm
  • Creating effective tracking systems to monitor individual and cohort-wide progress
  • Using assessment data to identify strengths and weaknesses in student performance
  • Analysing trends and patterns to inform instructional decisions

 

Lunch

12.45 – 1.45pm

Effective Feedback Techniques

1.45 – 2.30pm
  • Explore various strategies for providing constructive and actionable feedback to students
  • Highlight strengths and weaknesses in student work using the assessment criteria as a reference
  • Incorporating feedback into the teaching and learning cycle – methods to encourage student engagement with feedback and facilitate their progress
  • Strategies for time-efficient feedback, especially in large class

 

Afternoon Break

2.30 – 2.45pm

Implementing Intervention Strategies to Support Students

2.45 – 3.15pm
  • Identifying students (thriving and struggling) who may benefit from additional support or extension
  • Implementing targeted interventions to address students’ personal needs
  • Collaborating with staff and parents to create a complete approach to intervention
  • Monitoring the impact of interventions and adjusting strategies as needed


This course, tailored to suit, can be delivered in your school. Discuss this further with our CPD team on 01625 532974 or click below to make an enquiry.

COURSE LEADER

Wanda Marshall is a German and French teacher of nearly 20 years’ experience. She was formerly Head of German in a large north London comprehensive. She currently teaches Edexcel A-Level German in a sixth form college and has also been an examiner
for AQA A-Level German (Paper 3, oral) for the past five years so she has first hand current experience of teaching and examining the two main boards.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Teachers of AQA A-Level German
  • Heads of Department or Subject Leaders seeking to improve the department’s assessment practices
  • AQA A-Level German Teachers interested in enhancing their understanding of effective assessment, marking and feedback

THIS COURSE INCLUDES

  • A specially prepared folder of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
  • Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
  • Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
  • CPD Certificate of attendance

Description

ABOUT THIS COURSE

This new course designed to empower teachers of AQA A-Level German to enhance their assessment, marking, and feedback practices, ultimately leading to improved student outcomes. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the AQA A-Level PE assessment criteria and develop practical strategies for effective marking, tracking, and providing targeted feedback. The course will also cover standardisation to ensure accuracy and consistency in assessment. Delegates will have the knowledge and tools to implement outstanding assessment practices
that support student progress and achievement


BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the AQA A-Level German assessment criteria and assessment requirements.
  • Develop effective and efficient marking and feedback strategies to maximise impact on student work.
  • Strengthen your ability to track and monitor student progress, identifying areas for improvement and intervention.
  • Acquire standardisation techniques, ensuring consistency and fairness in assessment across the department.

PROGRAMME

Understanding AQA A-Level German Assessment Criteria

10.00 – 10.40am

  • Overview of the AQA A-Level German grading criteria and assessment objectives
  • Understand how marks are awarded across different assessment objectives
  • Differentiate between levels of performance and identify key indicators for each level
  • Identifying common misconceptions and pitfalls in assessment

A Marking Masterclass – Best Practices for Efficient and Accurate Marking

10.40 – 11.10am

  • A practical exam marking session
  • An opportunity to mark, assess and grade student work
  • Peer-assessment and self-assessment techniques to engage students in the process
  • How accurate is your marking?
  • Exploring examples of top-quality work to set benchmarks for excellence

 

Morning Break

11.10 – 11.25am


Ensuring Accuracy and Consistency of Marking

11.25 – 12.15pm

  • Develop techniques to maintain accuracy consistency in marking across different Components and exam papers
  • Understand the importance of applying AQA’s marking methodology to internal marking
  • Ensuring consistent assessment across the department
  • Addressing potential biases in grading and marking

Tracking and Monitoring Assessment

12.15 – 12.45pm

  • Creating effective tracking systems to monitor individual and cohort-wide progress
  • Using assessment data to identify strengths and weaknesses in student performance
  • Analysing trends and patterns to inform instructional decisions

 

Lunch

12.45 – 1.45pm


Effective Feedback Techniques

1.45 – 2.30pm

  • Explore various strategies for providing constructive and actionable feedback to students
  • Highlight strengths and weaknesses in student work using the assessment criteria as a reference
  • Incorporating feedback into the teaching and learning cycle – methods to encourage student engagement with feedback and facilitate their progress
  • Strategies for time-efficient feedback, especially in large class

 

Afternoon Break

2.30 – 2.45pm


Implementing Intervention Strategies to Support Students

2.45 – 3.15pm

  • Identifying students (thriving and struggling) who may benefit from additional support or extension
  • Implementing targeted interventions to address students’ personal needs
  • Collaborating with staff and parents to create a complete approach to intervention
  • Monitoring the impact of interventions and adjusting strategies as needed

Additional information

Location and Date

London | Thursday 28 November 2024

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