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Spring Year 6 GPS Assessment

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Spring Year 6 GPS Assessment Resource Pack

This Spring Year 6 GPS Assessment Resource Pack has been created to assess pupil knowledge of all the blocks and small steps covered so far in the Spring term. The pack includes an SATs style assessment with 19 questions linked to all of the small steps in Spring; a mark scheme with content domain coverage, small step coverage with suggested levels and a teacher assessment spreadsheet to identify pupils working at Year 6 Emerging, Year 6 Developing, Year 6 Expected or Year 6 Greater Depth. These levels are currently provided as a guideline only.

 

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Spring Year 6 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Assessment with questions linked to each small step from all Year 6 Spring Blocks
  • Spring Year 6 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Mark Scheme outlining small steps and content domain coverage for each question and suggested levels
  • Spring Year 6 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Teacher Assessment Sheet to help identify each child's level using scores collected

Year 6 National Curriculum Objectives:

  • Year 6 Spring Block 1 Punctuation 1 Guidance with Notes

National Curriculum Objectives:

Spring Block 1 Punctuation 1

(6G5.10) Using a colon to introduce a list

(6G5.10) Use of the colon to introduce a list

(6G5.11) Use of semi-colons within lists

(6G5.14) Punctuating bullet points consistently

(6G5.14) Punctuation of bullet points to list information

Small Steps

1.Using Commas in a List

2.Using Colons and Semi-colons in a List

3.Writing in Notes

4.Using Bullet Points for a list

 

Spring Block 2 Active & Passive

(6G4.4) Using passive verbs to affect the presentation of information in a sentence

(6G4.4) Use of the passive to affect the presentation of information in a sentence [for example, I broke the window in the greenhouse versus The window in the greenhouse was broken (by me)]

Small Steps

  1. Identifying Verbs in Sentences​
  2. Recognising the Passive Verb
  3. Using the Passive Verb

 

Spring Block 3 Formal and Informal

English Year 6: (6G7.4) Recognising vocabulary and structures that are appropriate for formal speech and writing, including subjunctive forms

English Year 6: (6G7.2) The difference between vocabulary typical of informal speech and vocabulary appropriate for formal speech and writing [for example, find out – discover; ask for – request; go in – enter]

English Year 6: (6G7.3) The difference between structures typical of informal speech and structures appropriate for formal speech and writing [for example, the use of question tags: He’s your friend, isn’t he?, or the use of subjunctive forms such as If I were or Were they to come in some very formal writing and speech]

Small Steps

1.Recognising Formal and Informal Writing

2.Subjunctive Form in Formal Speech and Writing

3.Question Tags in Informal Speech and Writing

4.Formal and Informal Vocabulary

5.Using Formal and Informal Vocabulary and Structures

 

Spring Block 4 Punctuation 2

English Year 6: (6G5.10) Using colons to mark boundaries between independent clauses

English Year 6: (6G5.11) Using semi-colons to mark boundaries between independent clauses

English Year 6: (6G5.12) Using dashes to mark boundaries between independent clauses

Terminology for pupils:

Small Steps

1. Identifying Clauses

2. Using Semi-colons to Mark Boundaries.

3. Using Colons to Mark Boundaries

4. Using Dashes to Mark Boundaries

5. Using Punctuation to Mark Boundaries

 

Spring Block 5 Hyphens

Small Steps

1. Recognising Hyphens to Avoid Ambiguity

2. Using Hyphens to Avoid Ambiguity

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