Pentecost Lent Easter Spring 2015

Report
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Assessing
Serving - Pentecost
• This term, the formally assessed theme is the
CHRISTIAN LIVING THEME Giving – Lent/Easter
• We will be formally assessing AT1 – LEARNING
ABOUT RELIGION Strand (iii). The children may be
informally assessed against the other strands.
• Each year group will assess from an activity taken
from a Learning Focus in Reveal.
• The activities are listed over the next few slides.
• When planning please leave this task out.
• Please teach all of ‘Explore’, ‘Reveal’ (but don’t use
the task identified for the formal assessment) then,
after ‘Remember’, please formally assess using the
activities indicated.
• This enables the children to have had opportunity to
work through the topic in full to inform their
assessment.
ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion
(i) beliefs, teachings
and sources
CHURCH THEME
ii) celebration and
ritual
SACRAMENTAL
THEME
iii) social and moral
practices and way
of life
AT 2 : Learning from Religion
i) engagement with
own and others’
beliefs and values
ii) engagement with
questions of meaning
and purpose
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
1
Recognise some
religious stories
Recognise some
religious signs and
symbols and use
some religious words
and phrases
Recognise that
people because of
their religion act in
a particular way
Talk about their
own experiences
and feelings
Say what they wonder
about
2
Retell some special
stories about religious
events and people
Use religious words
and phrases to
describe some
religious actions and
symbols
Describe some
ways in which
religion is lived
out by believers
Ask and respond to
questions about
their own and
others’ experiences
and feelings
Ask questions about
what they and others
wonder about and
realise that some of
these questions are
difficult to answer
3
Make links between
religious stories and
beliefs
Use a developing
religious vocabulary
to give reasons for
religious actions and
symbols
Give reasons for
certain actions by
believers
Make links to show
how feelings and
beliefs affect their
behaviour and that
of others
Compare their own
and other people’s
ideas about questions
that are difficult to
answer
4
Describe and show
understanding of
religious sources,
beliefs, ideas, feelings
and experiences;
making links between
them
Use religious terms to
show an
understanding of
different liturgies
Show
understanding of
how religious
belief shapes life
Show an
understanding of
how own and
others’ decisions
are informed by
beliefs and values
Engage with and
respond to questions
of life in the light of
religious teaching
5
Identify sources of
religious belief and
explain how distinctive
religious beliefs arise
Describe and explain
the meaning and
purpose of a variety
of forms of worship
Identify
similarities and
differences
between peoples’
responses to
social and moral
issues because of
their beliefs
Explain what
beliefs and values
inspire and
influence them and
others
Demonstrate how
religious beliefs and
teaching give some
explanation of the
purpose and meaning
of human life
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Early Years:
Based on Focus Week 2, page 134, Activity 6.
(Refer to Church’s Story 1 pages 42-43)
• Scribe onto ‘cut-out eggs’ ways in which the pupils have
grown during Lent. Pupils can decorate these and hang on the
Lenten tree. (Refer to Background Notes)
• The pupils with adult directed support will begin to recognise
ways in which people celebrate Lent and Easter.
(Towards Level 1)
• The pupils will recognise ways in which people celebrate Lent
and Easter. (Level 1)
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Year 1:
Based on Learning Focus 4, page 136, Activity 6
Invite the pupils to produce a simple poster/guide, (based on LF2
and 4) which illustrates and describes some of the ways in which
Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent.
• The pupils will recognise some of the ways in which Christians
serve and do things for other people in Lent. (Level 1)
• The pupils will describe some of the ways in which Christians
serve and do things for other people in Lent. (Level 2)
• The pupils will give further reasons for some of the ways/actions
(which they have described) in which Christians serve and do
things for other people in Lent. (Level 3)
Year 1:
Pupils will recognise that Christians act in a
particular way because of their religion.
(Level 1)
• Pupils will describe ways in which religion is
lived out by believers. (Level 2)
• Pupils will give reasons for the actions of
some believers. (Level 3)
•
iii) social and moral
practices and way of
life
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
Recognise that people
because of their religion
act in a particular way
** NOTE: Level 3 is given for mixed aged classes only**
Can I recognise some of the ways in which Christians serve and do things for other
people in Lent. (Level 1)
Can I describe some of the ways in which Christians serve and do things for other
people in Lent. (Level 2)
Can I give further reasons for the ways in which Christians serve and do things for
other people in Lent. (Level 3)
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Year 2: Based on Learning Focus 2 & 4 , page 135, Activity 2.
• Pupils choose from a bank of words and actions to show that they
recognise how we serve and do things for other people in Lent.
(Level 1).
• Invite the pupils to produce a simple poster which illustrates and
describes some of the ways in which Christians serve and do things
for other people in Lent. (Level 2).
• Pupils need to give further reasons for the ways/actions they have
described. (Level 3).
iii) social and moral
practices and way of
life
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
Recognise that
people because of
their religion act in a
particular way
Describe some ways
in which religion is
lived out by believers
Give reasons for
certain actions by
believers
Year 2:
At Level 1 the pupils can recognise that
because of their religion ‘Christians’ act in
a particular way.
Pupils at Level 2 should describe how
because of their religion Christians live out
their lives.
To achieve Level 3, the pupil needs to
describe and give further reasons for how
Christians live out their lives.
** NOTE: Level 3 is given for mixed aged classes only**
Can I recognise how we serve and do things for other people in Lent. (Level
1)
Can I describe how Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent.
(Level 2)
Can I describe and give further reasons how Christians serve and do things
for other people in Lent. (Level 3)
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Year 3: Based on Learning Focus 1, page 139 Activity 2
Within Learning Focus 1 and 2 the pupils learn about the ways
in which we can be giving during lent. Following Learning Focus
3, invite the pupils to use Lenten signs and symbols to make a
Lenten promise and design a plan about how they will achieve
this.
• Pupils recognise some ways in which religious belief is lived out
during Lent. (Level 1)
•Pupils describe some ways in which religious belief is lived out
during Lent. (Level 2)
• Pupils give reasons for some of the ways in which religious belief is
lived out during Lent. (Level 3)
iii) social and moral
practices and way of
life
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
Recognise that people
because of their
religion act in a
particular way
Describe some ways in
which religion is lived
out by believers
Year 3:
• Pupils at
Level 1 should recognise some
ways in which religious belief is lived out.
• Pupils at Level 2 should describe some
ways in which religious belief is lived out.
•Pupils at Level 3 should give reasons for
these actions.
Give reasons for
certain actions by
believers
Can I recognise some of the ways in which religious belief is ‘lived out’
during Lent? (Level 1)
Can I describe some of the ways in which religious belief is ‘lived out’
during Lent? (Level 2)
Can I give reasons for the actions of Christians who live out their religious
beliefs during Lent? (Level 3)
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Year 4: Based on Learning Focus 3, page 149, Activity 2.
• Invite the pupils to design an information sheet (which could take
the form of a table or series of paragraphs) which outlines what
Christians can learn about self-giving from what Jesus said based
on Luke 6:27-28, 32-36 and give reasons for their actions.
• Pupils recognise some of the ways in which belief in self-giving is
lived out during Lent. (Level 1)
•Pupils describe some of the ways in which belief in self-giving is
lived out during Lent. (Level 2)
• Pupils give reasons for the actions of Christians because of their
belief in self-giving during Lent. (Level 3)
ii) celebration and
ritualiii) social and
moral practices and
way of life
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
Recognise that
people because of
their religion act in a
particular way
Describe some ways
in which religion is
lived out by believers
Give reasons for
certain actions by
believers
Show understanding
of how religious
belief shapes life
Year 4:
Pupils at Level 2 will be able to describe some of
the ways in which belief in self-giving is lived out
during Lent.
•
•Pupils at Level 3 will be able to give reasons for the
actions of Christians because of their belief in selfgiving during Lent.
• Pupils at Level 4 will be able to show an
understanding for the actions of Christians because
of their belief in self-giving during Lent.
Can I describe some of the ways in which belief in self-giving is lived out during Lent.
(Level 2)
Can I give reasons for the actions of Christians because of their belief in self-giving
during Lent. (Level 3)
Can I show an understanding for the actions of Christians because of their belief in
self-giving during Lent. (Level 4)
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Year 5: Based on Learning Focus 1, page 143, Activity 1.
Using Church’s Story 3 (pages 96 and 98) and the Background
notes design a guide/leaflet/information sheet entitled ‘Why Lent
is important to Christians’, outlining what we do during Lent, why
we do this and why it is an important time for Christians.
•Pupils recognise some of the actions of Christians because of
their belief in the Easter story. (Level 1)
•Pupils describe some of the actions of Christians because of their
belief in the Easter story. (Level 2)
• Pupils give reasons some of the actions of Christians because of
their belief in the Easter story. (Level 3)
• Pupils show an understanding of a greater range of sources to
the lives of people whose life has been shaped by their belief.
(Level 4)
ii) celebration and
ritualiii) social and
moral practices and
way of life
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
Recognise that
people because of
their religion act in a
particular way
Describe some ways
in which religion is
lived out by believers
Give reasons for
certain actions by
believers
Show understanding
of how religious
belief shapes life
Year 5:
At Level 2, pupils will be able to describe some
of the actions of Christians because of their
belief in the Easter story.
At Level 3, pupils will be able to give reasons for
some of the actions of Christians because of their
belief in the Easter story.
At Level 4, pupils will be able to show an
understanding of some of the actions of Christians
because of their belief in the Easter story.
Can I describe the actions of Christians because of their belief in the Easter story? (Level 2)
Can I give reasons for the actions of Christians because of their belief in the Easter story?
(Level 3)
Can I use show an understanding of some of the actions of Christians because of their belief
in the Easter story? (Level 4)
Formal Assessment Spring 2015
Giving – Lent/Easter
Year 6: Learning Focus 1, page 157/58, Activity 1.
• Using Church’s Story 3 (pages 96 and 98) and the Background
notes design a guide/leaflet/information sheet entitled ‘Lent: a
time to die in order to live new life’. The pupil would draw upon a
range of sources including scripture, hymns, prayers, ritual and the
lives of Christians whose lives are shaped by this belief.
•Pupils recognise how Christian belief shapes lives. (Level 1)
•Pupils describe some of the actions of Christians because of their belief in the
Easter story. (Level 2)
• Pupils give reasons some of the actions of Christians because of their belief in
the Easter story. (Level 3)
• Pupils show an understanding of a greater range of sources to the lives of
people whose life has been shaped by their belief. (Level 4)
Year 6:
iii) social and moral
practices and way
of life
CHRISTIAN LIVING
THEME
Recognise that
people because of
their religion act in
a particular way
Describe some
ways in which
religion is lived
out by believers
Give reasons for
certain actions by
believers
Show
understanding of
how religious
belief shapes life
At Level 2 pupils would focus on describing the actions of
Christians and how their belief shapes their lives.
At Level 3 pupils would focus on giving reasons for the actions of
Christians and how their belief shapes their lives.
At Level 4 pupils will be able to show understanding of how
Christian belief shapes lives.
Can I describe the actions of Christians and say how their belief shapes
their lives? (Level 2)
Can I give reasons for the actions of Christians and how their belief
shapes their lives. (Level 3)
Can I show an understanding of how Christian belief shapes lives? (Level
4)

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