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BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Notification YEAR - 10 TASK - Shakespeare Essay Task
BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Notification YEAR - 10 TASK - Shakespeare Essay Task
BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Notification YEAR - 10 TASK - Shakespeare Essay Task

BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Notification

YEAR - 10

TASK - Shakespeare Essay Task

Due Date: Week 10, Term 2

Weighting: 20%

Length: 40 mins + 5 mins

Instructions:

The task is to be completed under exam conditions during allocated periods in Week 10.

This task requires you write an essay in which you respond personally and critically to your prescribed text.

Question:

Macbeth TBA

Discuss this statement with close reference to the text.

In your response you should include context and dramatic techniques.

You will be assessed on how well you:

● Articulate a clear thesis in response to the question in analysing and evaluating a Shakespearean drama using appropriate language and terminology.

● Focus on the ways in which language and dramatic devices and form can be used to position and align audiences to the composer’s perspective.

● Demonstrate control of sophisticated language features and structure appropriate to essay form.

● Use effective vocabulary, complex, formal, impersonal language to convey deep knowledge and understanding.

● Explain how interpretations of texts are shaped by social, cultural and/or historical contexts.

Literacy continuum focus:

Aspects of writingLiteracy continuum focus : Vocabulary Knowledge Comprehension

Vocabulary KnowledgeLiteracy continuum focus : Aspects of writing Comprehension

ComprehensionLiteracy continuum focus : Aspects of writing Vocabulary Knowledge

Criteria

Grade/Mark

A sophisticated response that demonstrates superior ability to –

 

● Articulate a clear thesis in response to the question in analysing and evaluating a Shakespearean drama using appropriate language and terminology.

 

A

● Focus on the ways in which language and dramatic devices and form can be used to position and align audiences to the composer’s perspective.

17

- 20

● Demonstrate control of sophisticated language features and structure appropriate to essay form.

 

● Use effective vocabulary, complex, formal, impersonal language to convey deep knowledge and understanding.

● Explain how interpretations of texts are shaped by social, cultural and/or historical contexts.

A highly competent response that demonstrates an advanced ability to –

 

● Articulate a clear thesis in response to the question in analysing and evaluating a Shakespearean drama using appropriate language and terminology.

 

B

● Focus on the ways in which language and dramatic devices and form can be used to position and align audiences to the composer’s perspective.

13

- 16

● Demonstrate control of sophisticated language features and structure appropriate to essay form.

 

● Use effective vocabulary, complex, formal, impersonal language to convey deep knowledge and understanding.

● Explain how interpretations of texts are shaped by social, cultural and/or historical contexts.

A response that demonstrates an ability to –

 

● Articulate a clear thesis in response to the question in analysing and evaluating a Shakespearean drama using appropriate language and terminology.

 

C

● Focus on the ways in which language and dramatic devices and form can be used to position and align audiences to the composer’s perspective.

9 - 12

● Demonstrate control of sophisticated language features and structure appropriate to essay form.

● Use effective vocabulary, complex, formal, impersonal language to convey deep knowledge and understanding.

● Explain how interpretations of texts are shaped by social, cultural and/or historical contexts.

A response that demonstrates some ability to –

 

Articulate a clear thesis in response to the question in analysing and evaluating a Shakespearean drama using appropriate language and terminology.

 

D

Focus on the ways in which language and dramatic devices and form can be used to position and align audiences to the composer’s perspective.

5 - 8

Demonstrate control of sophisticated language features and structure appropriate to essay form.

Use effective vocabulary, complex, formal, impersonal language to convey deep knowledge and understanding.

Explain how interpretations of texts are shaped by social, cultural and/or historical contexts.

A response that demonstrates limited/restricted ability to –

 

Articulate a clear thesis in response to the question in analysing and evaluating a Shakespearean drama using appropriate language and terminology.

 

E

Focus on the ways in which language and dramatic devices and form can be used to position and align audiences to the composer’s perspective.

1 - 4

Demonstrate control of sophisticated language features and structure appropriate to essay form.

Use effective vocabulary, complex, formal, impersonal language to convey deep knowledge and understanding.

Explain how interpretations of texts are shaped by social, cultural and/or historical contexts.

Non-attempt, non-serious attempt, non-submission

 

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BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Cover Sheet YEAR - 10 TASK – Shakespeare Essay Task
BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Cover Sheet YEAR - 10 TASK – Shakespeare Essay Task
BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Cover Sheet YEAR - 10 TASK – Shakespeare Essay Task

BHHS English Faculty Assessment Task Cover Sheet

YEAR - 10

TASK – Shakespeare Essay Task

Name:

Teacher:

Comment:

Reflection:

How do I feel about this result?

Disappointed

Surprised

Ok

Delighted

Mark:

/20

How effective was my preparation/organisation for this task? Which of the following areas could I work on to be more effective in the future?

Editing

Working with group members better

 

Drafting

Asking for clarification from my teacher

 

Implementing feedback

Reading questions/task more clearly

Practise/rehearsal

Procrastination

Based on the feedback for this task, what are THREE areas that I could work on to improve my results in the future?

1.

2.