Criteria

Assessment

From course plan for English 6, core content:

Teaching in the course should cover the following core content:

 

  • Themes, ideas, form and content in film and literature; authors and literary periods.
  • Living conditions, attitudes, values, traditions, social issues as well as cultural, historical, political and cultural conditions in different contexts and parts of the world where English is used.

Knowledge requirements (from English 6)

Grade E

Students can choose and with some certainty use strategies to search for relevant information and assess the reliability of different sources.

 

Students choose texts and spoken language from different media and in a relevant way use the material selected in their own production and interaction.

In oral and written communications of various genres, students can express them-selves in a way that is relatively varied, clear, and relatively structured.

Students discuss in basic terms some features in different contexts and parts of the world where English is used

Grade C

Students can choose and with certainty use strategies to search for relevant information and assess the reliability of different sources

Students choose texts and spoken language from different media and in a relevant and effective way use the selected material in their own production and interaction.

 

In oral and written communications of various genres, students can express them-selves in ways that are varied, clear and structured.

 

Students discuss in detail some features in different contexts and parts of the world where English is used

 

Grade A

Students can choose and with certainty use strategies to search for relevant information and assess the reliability of different sources.

 

Students choose texts and spoken language from different media and in a relevant, effective and critical way use the selected material in their own production and interaction.

 

In oral and written communications of various genres, students can express them-selves in ways that are varied, balanced, clear and structured

 

Students discuss in detail and in a balanced way some features in different con-texts and parts of the world where English is used

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