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In the Waiting Room - Intro to TIER and Exemplars

In the Waiting Room - Intro to TIER and Exemplars

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Published by: Stuart Henderson on Mar 10, 2011
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Cut out each of the exemplar paragraphs and stick them intoyour books/folders. You should devote a page to each exemplar paragraph.Read through each and then decide on a grade for each -Achieved, Merit, Excellence. Just pencil this in for now, your decision might change later on.
 
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he Standard
Achieved Merit Excellence
Show understandingof specified aspect(s)of studied writtentext(s), usingsupporting evidence.Show convincingunderstanding of specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s),using supportingevidence.Show perceptiveunderstanding of specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s),using supportingevidence.
Task
Beneath each exemplar draw up a T-Chart and then complete the following:
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For the A exemplar: write ONE thing they did well and TWO things they needto improve.
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For the M exemplar: Write TWO things they did well and TWO things theyneed to improve.
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For the E exemplar: Write THREE things they did well.Then, using the judgement statement on your tables, beneath each exemplar write a couple of sentences that explain why you think each example got themark it go and why it couldn¶t get a higher mark.
 
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.I.E.R - Your structure for writing essays
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his year all classes are following the same structure for writing essaysand we are planning to remain consistent with this style of structuringfrom this point forward.It revolves around:
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- technique/topic sentenceI - implicationsE - evidence/explanationR - relevance

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