AUSVELS WRITING MODERATION SAMPLES
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AusVELS website closed AusVELS was the Foundation to Year 10 curriculum (2013-2016) for Victorian government and Catholic schools, and from 1 January 2017 has been replaced by the Victorian Curriculum F-10 as the mandated curriculum for all Victorian government and Catholic schools.Authors: Wayne Sawyer · Marion MeiersAbout: Educational assessment[PDF]
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Replicate the rhythms and sound patterns in stories, rhymes, songs and poems from a range of cultures. using music and actions to enhance appreciation of rhymes, poems, chants and songs reciting rhymes with actions. AusVELS ENGLISH: Foundation. CEOB.
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The Victorian Curriculum F–10 sets out what every student should learn during their first eleven years of schooling. Incorporating the Australian Curriculum, it reflects Victorian standards and priorities and is the curriculum for all Victorian government and Catholic schools.
Moderating Student Writing: Sofweb VELS Writing Support
May 29, 2009NB: For the purpose of this post VELS Level 2 will be used. ‘At Level 2, students write short sequenced texts that include some related ideas about familiar topics. They write texts that convey ideas and information to known audiences. They select content, form and vocabulary depending on the purpose for writing,..[PDF]
Writing Moderation Policy - THE LITERACY SHED
How the writing is to be moderated. Moderation meetings should take place in each of the six terms. The evidence in each sample should be reviewed by at least 3 teachers. Any disagreements should be noted and discussed with the school English or Assessment lead teacher before agreeing on a level.
Moderating Writing is Essential – A great activity for
Aug 03, 2011Moderating Writing is Essential – A great activity for teachers which encourages targeted discussion. I have asked this group of teachers to complete the same activity with their year level team. After placing the samples according to the developmental continuum, discussion centered on the teaching points evident in samples that would need to be taught to move each group of students