Do you have enough independent writing to assess your year 6 pupils against the writing Teacher Assessment Framework for the end of Key Stage 2?
Plazoom has created a selection of writing activities linked to the foundation subjects to provide opportunities for cross-curricular writing.
In this writing task, pupils are asked to write a persuasive piece of writing about keeping healthy. This could be used as part of a science unit on keeping healthy or the human body. Pupils will have the opportunity to write persuasively, choosing the form of writing that they will use – for example a letter, leaflet or report. Pupils will have the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of living healthily and will need some knowledge of how to keep clean and how diet, exercise and sleep can affect health..
Year 6 writing checklists with TAF statements can be used to assess pupils against the year 6 writing standards for working towards, expected and greater depth, which could be used for internal or external moderation.
This Year 6 resource pack includes:
> Personal writing skills checklist: For pupils to write their own writing checklists to encourage independent editing.
> Keeping healthy persuasive writing skills checklist: A list of features, without modelled examples, for pupils to use as a checklist for editing writing.
> How to Persuade poster: A poster for display, with the key features of persuasive writing.
> Parenthesis poster: A poster to display, explaining how punctuation is used to add parenthesis.
> Keeping healthy images: A collection of images to remind pupils how they can keep healthy.
> Keeping healthy worksheets: A collection of four worksheets for pupils to record why and how they can keep healthy.
> Keeping healthy persuasive writing planning sheet: To support pupils when planning and organising their ideas.
> Themed writing paper: A PDF writing sheet for pupils to use when writing the final draft of their letter.
> Teacher assessment sheets: For teachers to use to assess pupils against the year 6 writing TAF statements. These could be placed in pupils’ books as a record of evidence seen.