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Year 6 Assessment Rubric Unit 1: A Little

Respect: Rights and Responsibilities


Name:
Teachers: Mr Henshaw, Mr Binge, Ms Pollock, Ms Lee, Ms Turner
Date assigned: Week of the 12th-16th October
Date due: Week of the 12th16th October
Task: A Day in the Life of

(This task assesses Criteria B, C, D)

In this unit, you have studied different stories that are all linked by the theme of respect.

Tuesday of the Other June


All Summer in A Day
Taare Zameen Par
The School Yard Bully

Choose one of the assessment tasks below and write a creative response of
approximately 200-500 words (1-2 sides of handwritten A4).
A Day in the Life of
1. Imagine that you are a character from one of the stories you have studied in class. Write a
diary entry which explores your characters feelings about the events that have taken
place in the story.
2. Imagine that you are one of the Junes, from the story, Tuesday of the Other June.
Following the incidents that occurred in the classroom at the end of the story, write a
reflection to the Principal about what has taken place.
3. Imagine that you are either Margot or William from the story, All Summer in A Day.
Margot has been let out of the closet and it is now the end of that day. Write a diary
entry, which explores your characters feelings about the events that have taken place in
the story.
4. Imagine that you are either Ishaan, Ram Shankar Nikumbh or Ishaans father from
the story, Taare Zameen Par. The Art Fair has ended and it is now later that evening.
Write an internal monologue, in which you reflect on the events that have happened
and what the notion of respect now means to you.
5. Imagine that you are either Bryan, Emily, or the narrator from the story, The School
Yard Bully. Following the incidents on the basketball court, write a reflection to the
Principal about what has taken place. Be sure to discuss the ideas of respect and
responsibility.
Criterio
n

Assessment Descriptors

Mark

ORGANISING

The student:
i. makes sophisticated use of organization and structure to effectively suit the
context and purpose
ii. effectively organizes opinions and ideas clearly and sensibly, with ideas
building on each other in a sophisticated way

/8

PRODUCING TEXT

The student:
i. produces a text that demonstrates a high degree of creativity; demonstrates a
high degree of thought, imagination and insight and perceptive exploration and
consideration of new perspectives and ideas
ii. makes perceptive choices in terms of style, demonstrating clear awareness of
audience
iii. selects extensive relevant details and examples from the story

/8

USING LANGUAGE

The student:
i. effectively uses a range of appropriate vocabulary and sentences
ii. writes in a consistently appropriate style that suits the context and purpose
iii. uses grammar, syntax and punctuation with a high degree of accuracy; errors
are minor and communication is effective
iv. spells / writes with a high degree of accuracy; errors are minor and
communication is effective

(Total)

Level Achieved

/8

MYP English Language and Literature: Task Specific Rubric (Year 6)


Unit 1:

A Little Respect Rights and Responsibilities


Assessment Task: A Day in the Life Of

Criterion B: Organising

1-2

3-4

5-6

7-8

Your ability to organize and


structure your ideas in a way
that suits your context and
purpose is
Your ability to organise your
ideas in a way that is clear and
sensible is

Work not
attempt
ed

Minimal /
Not always
appropriate

Adequate

Competen
t

Sophisticat
ed and
Effective

Work not
attempt
ed

Minimal

Sometime
s evident

Criterion C: Producing Text

1-2

Your level of creativity is

Work not
attempt
ed

Your imagination and insight in


your text is

Evident:

Effective:

ideas build
on each
other

ideas build
on each
other in a
sophisticate
d way

3-4

5-6

7-8

Limited

Sometime
s evident

Considera
ble

Of a high
degree

Work not
attempt
ed

Limited

Sometime
s evident

Considera
ble

Of a high
degree

Your exploration and


consideration of new
perspectives and ideas is.

Work not
attempt
ed

Limited

Sometime
s evident

Substantia
l

Perceptive

Your choice of style is.

Work not
attempt
ed

Minimal

Thoughtful

Effective

Your awareness of the audience


of your text is

Work not
attempt
ed

Limited

Sometime
s
appropriat
e
Adequate

Good

Good

Your selection of relevant


details and examples from the
story is

Work not
attempt
ed

Minimal

Sometime
s evident

Sufficient

Extensive
and precise

Criterion D: Using Language

1-2

3-4

5-6

7-8

Your use of a range of


appropriate vocabulary and
sentences is

Work not
attempt
ed

Limited

Adequate

Varied

Effective

Your ability to write in a style that


suits the context and purpose of
your text is

Work not
attempt
ed

Inappropria
te or nonexistent

Sometime
s

Competen
t

Consistentl
y
Appropriate

The accuracy of your grammar,


syntax and punctuation is

Work not
attempt

Limited

Sometime
s evident

Of a
considera

Of a high
degree

ed

ble degree

The accuracy of your writing is

Work not
attempt
ed

Problematic

Sometime
sa
problem

Occasional
ly a
problem

Minor: you
communicat
e effectively

Your errors in communication


are

Work not
attempt
ed

Problematic

Sometime
sa
problem

Occasional
ly a
problem

Minor: you
communicat
e effectively