The student demonstrated linguistic capacity beyond the scope of this workset. They were able to identify all main points and all details in comprehension activities and offer detailed analysis where required. The student was able to write original texts using a very wide range of structures and vocabulary with few errors. Their work showed evidence of self-correction and editing. They showed a highly developed use of language beyond what is expected at this level.
During oral lessons, they responded fluently and accurately to both prepared and spontaneous questions and participated in discussions with their teacher. The student used appropriate intonation and pronunciation, which reflected a strong consideration of expression in the target language.
The student was able to apply the linguistic conventions in this workset consistently. They were able to identify main points and all details in comprehension activities. The student was able to write original texts and use a range of structures and vocabulary accurately.
During oral lessons, they could usually respond appropriately in the target language for both prepared and spontaneous spoken activities. The student used appropriate intonation and pronunciation.
The student demonstrated a solid understanding of the linguistic conventions in this workset and were usually able to apply them correctly. They were able to identify main points and some details in comprehension activities. The student was able to write original texts using familiar structures or models and select and use vocabulary with a satisfactory level of accuracy.
During oral lessons, they were able to get their message across using whole sentences in prepared spoken activities. They have begun to develop appropriate pronunciation and intonation in the target language.
The student is working towards an understanding of the linguistic conventions in this workset. They showed sufficient comprehension of the language required to locate some main points in the set tasks. They were able to write words or short phrases to respond to written activities.
During oral lessons, the student was able to respond to prepared activities, sometimes with teacher modelling or support. They have begun to show an awareness of the sounds of the target language.
The student has not yet demonstrated an understanding of the linguistic conventions in this course. They have not yet shown sufficient comprehension of the language required to complete the set tasks. The student was able to write single-word responses and some phrases to respond to written tasks.
They had not prepared the activities for the oral lessons, or they were able to provide simple responses with teacher support in oral activities. Learning behaviours
the learner has completed all tasks and demonstrated that they have read instructions and grammar notes. They have followed up feedback. They have learnt and applied vocabulary from the course. They have proofread their work prior to submission. The student showed attention to detail in their set tasks.
the learner submitted their work on time. Written work was clearly presented. They contacted the teacher to advise lateness or inability to complete an oral lesson. They prepared their oral lesson and attended on time. They had all the necessary materials at hand.
the learner responded to teacher posts on MS Teams. They wrote any questions to their teacher in a chat or as a post response on MS Teams. They participated as required in collaborative activities. They accessed and used resources online for vocabulary learning and other tasks. The student provided thoughtful responses to the set tasks.