Module #3: Amounts and Comparisons
Assessment Feedback comments
Read the instructions, watch the video and study the feedback comments before you request feedback.
- Study the online preparation and do all the tasks and exercises by hand. Start here.
- Request feedback about reps, checkpoints and assessment tasks before you attend class.
- Take your live class with a teacher using the A Mark 30 Live Class format.
Your teacher will use the following feedback comments as you work through the assessment tasks in this module.
|You can write an effective preparation point sentence with a chart about an amount of something.|
|You are able to formulate an introduction for a chart about an amount of something.|
|You have demonstrated awareness of Comparing Formula #1.|
|You have demonstrated awareness of Comparing Formula #2.|
|You displayed the ability to combine point sentences and comparisons from a given plan.|
|You made occasional errors in spelling, but they did not detract from communication.|
|You showed awareness at this stage of the need to vary lexis in your comparison sentences.|
|You know the steps to write a point sentence with a chart about an amount of something, but you confused the word “amount” with the measuring word.|
|You spent a little too long making point sentences with charts about an amount of something.|
|Some of your point sentences were inaccurate. You need to go back and do some extra practice with different tasks.|
|You need more practice using Comparing Formula #1.|
|You need more practice using Comparing Formula #2.|
|You mixed up the two formulas at times.|
|You began to understand how to combine point and comparison sentences by the end of the session.|
|You made some errors in spelling which were noticeable at times.|
|You need to learn how to write a point sentence conveying information about an amount of something.|
|You spent too long making your preparation point sentences with amounts of something.|
|You need to write down and learn Comparing Formula #1.|
|You need to write down and learn Comparing Formula #2.|
|You need to catch up so that you can begin to combine point and comparison sentences.|
|You made quite a few spelling errors which sometimes took away from your communicative message.|