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  • Big Picture: What does a level 3 answer look like?

    What: Understand how assessment will be a 3 way process in my GCSE course

    How: By peer assessing 2 exam questions before my teacher second assesses them

    Why: So I fully understand why I am achieving the grade I am and how to

    reach next grade.

  • How will my work be assessed? Teacher

    Self assessment Peer assessment

  • How often will I be assessed?

    You will be assessed at least 3 times per half term

    2 x formative assessment

    1 x common assessment.

  • Level 1

    Basic

    Basic answers. Little information

    Simple understanding

    Little organisation, few links, little or no detail, few specialist terms

    Reasonable accuracy in the use of spelling, punctuation and grammar

    Text is legible

    Level 2

    Clear

    Accurate information

    Clear understanding

    Organised answers, with some links, occasional detail / examples, uses a good range of specialist terms where appropriate

    Considerable accuracy in spelling, punctuation and grammar

    Text is legible

    Level 3

    Detailed

    Accurate information is contextualised and/or at correct scale

    Detailed understanding, supported by relevant evidence and examples

    Well organised, demonstrating detailed links and the inter-relationships between factors

    Clear and fluent expression of ideas in a logical form, uses a wide range of specialist terms where appropriate

    Accurate use of spelling, punctuation and grammar

    Text is legible

    1-3 Marks GRADE F-D

    GRADE C-B

    GRADE A-A*

    4-6 Marks GRADE C-B

    7-8 Marks GRADE A-*A

    GRADE F-D

  • How do I get to

    the highest

    levels?

  • Exam Question: GCSE past question:

    With the help from figure 2 and case studies explain the economic and

    environmental impacts of hard engineering as a method of

    managing the coastline (8 marks)

  • Exam Question: GCSE past question:

    With the help from figure 2 and case studies explain the economic and

    environmental impacts of hard engineering as a method of

    managing the coastline (8 marks)

  • Level 1

    The impacts of hard engineering on the coastline are pollution caused by the building work, disruption of natural processes and impacts to local businesses.

    What makes this level 1 and not 2?

  • Level 2 The environmental impacts of hard engineering on the coastline are pollution caused by the construction work. For example the rock armour at Lyme Regis had to be imported from abroad. Also, the engineering work of the groynes at Lyme disrupted long shore drift. Despite these negative impacts, hard engineering has benefitted the economy. The coast is better protected therefore local businesses are still making money from tourists e.g. at Town Beach

    Why is this response level 2 and not 3?

  • Level 3 The environmental impacts of hard engineering on the coastline are pollution caused by the construction work. For example the 36,000 tonnes of rock armour at Lyme Regis, South Dorset had to be imported from France Also, the engineering work of the groynes at Lyme disrupted long shore drift. This has lead to sediment starvation further along the coast at Charmouth causing the number of tourists visiting this area to decline. Despite these negative impacts, hard engineering has benefitted the economy. The coast is better protected therefore local businesses such as hotels, souvenir shops and the Lyme Regis Fossil museum are still making money from tourists e.g. Town Beach has x amount of visitors per year. On the other hand, hard engineering is not always sustainable. The sea walls emplaced at East Anglia are likely to breach in the next 2 years. Therefore the government have decided that managed retreat (soft engineering) is more cost effective on the long term.

  • Exam Question: Using a named example, explain the impacts of sea level rise for an area of the

    UK (8 marks)

  • Exam Question: Using a named example, explain the impacts of sea level rise for an area of the

    UK (8 marks)

  • Task: Read through the model answers. None of them are

    perfect. You need to decide what is good and what needs

    improving

  • Take 3 colours: highlight

    1. evidence of case study 2. evidence of explanation

    3. evidence of geographical key terms

  • Now have a go at writing your own response. You may want to

    use the writing frame to help you

  • For example

    The case studies I will discuss are The positive social/economical/environmental

    impacts are This has meant that The long term impacts suggest that However, the negative social impacts are The short term effects of this are that Sea level rise is/isnt sustainable because Key terms: sustainable, engineering, management Tip: include exact details, costs, examples

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