Assessment Tasks for Spring 2016 (‘Come and See’)



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Assessment Tasks for Spring 2016 (‘Come and See’)
(Local Church – Community)
AT Focus: - AT 1 (i)
Please find below a range of tasks to facilitate the process of moderation within Primary Religious Education within AT 1 (i).
We have placed the task into the context of the ‘Local Church - Community’ topic from the ‘Come and See’ programme.
The tasks are based on actual activities within the Reveal section of Come and See and have been adapted to meet the focus of the strand AT1 (i).

They can be amended in accordance with the appropriate ‘driver’ word to facilitate all abilities within a given class e.g. a Level 3 task in Year 3 can be adjusted accordingly to cater for pupils working at Levels 1 or 2.


We feel it is important that, as a class teacher, you are aware of the tasks set within other levels/year groups. This will provide you with a wider understanding as well as enabling you to cater for all of the pupils in your class, regardless of ability.
Please take note of the ‘driver’ words (bold text) within the tasks, as these serve not only to guide you and the pupils but also guide the very direction of the task itself.
It is also important to remember that this task only serves as evidence to support the ‘best fit’ level of attainment achieved by the pupil each term.

Finally, it is essential that in accommodating the needs of all pupils, provision is given to those whose literacy/writing skills may be below that of their peers. To this end, evidence of a pupil’s achievement can be recorded orally and annotated accordingly. This could, for example, take the form of a picture surrounded by suggestions /comments that the pupil has made. You may also wish to adapt the nature of the task to accommodate individual pupils’ needs whilst still retaining the appropriate AT focus.

Additional note - some of the tasks require some further research and background knowledge, particularly within Levels 3 and 4.

With this in mind, a set of Background Notes and Topic Webs have been produced to guide teachers and further supplement their knowledge.



Celebrating (Early Years) - Spring 2016
Working within Level 1 AT1i

Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Celebrating’, pupils learn about how the parish family celebrate.
Within Focus Week 2 the pupils learn about The Story of the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple.
Activity
Based on Focus Week 2 page 98 Continuous Provision Activity 1

Share God’s Story 1 page 28 (further notes – p.48), and related questions with the class.




  • Pupils use figures/puppets/role play etc. to re-enact aspects of the story of Mary and Joseph taking Jesus to the temple to show that they recognise that this is a religious story. (Level 1)


Learning Objectives


  • To recognise the story of the Presentation as a religious story about Jesus


Success Criteria


  • The pupil is able to recognise the story and some related characters. Within Level 1 (AT1i)

(Annotated photographs of this would provide sufficient evidence)


Special People (Year 1) - Spring 2016

Level 1 AT1i



Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Special People’, pupils learn that - On Sunday in church, we meet people who do special jobs. Jesus is special for the parish family.
Within Learning Focus 4 & 5 pupils will learn about – Jesus is the special person for the parish family.
Activity
Based on Learning Focus 4, page 105 Activity 1.
Read God’s Story 2 (page 62) and look at the related picture and questions. Pupils make stick puppets of the special people in the story.


  • Pupils re-enact aspects of the story of Mary and Joseph taking Jesus to the temple to show that they recognise that it is a religious story (Level 1)




  • If pupils are able to use the stick puppets pupils to accurately retell the story of the Presentation or draw/write a storyboard they may be working within Level 2


Learning Objectives


  • To recognise the story of the Presentation as a religious story about Jesus (Level 1)




  • To retell the story of the Presentation (Level 2)


Success Criteria


  • The pupil has recognised the story and related characters - Level 1 AT1i

Annotated photographs and/or a simple storyboard of this would provide sufficient evidence

  • The pupil has accurately retold the story of the Presentation - Level 2 AT1i


Scribed photographs and/or a storyboard of this would provide sufficient evidence

Books (Year 2) – Spring 2016

Level 2 AT1i



Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Books’, pupils learn about - The books used in Church on Sunday by the parish family.
Within Learning Focus 4 the pupils learn about the story of the Baptism of Jesus. It is important for children to know that Jesus was baptised as an adult. It is therefore strongly recommended that the clip of Jesus' baptism from 'Miracle Maker' is used and that the account of the baptism is read from the beginning of Matthew Chapter 3. Children need to know that Jesus' baptism marked the beginning of his ministry of teaching and healing.
Activity
Based on Learning Focus 4, page 105, Activity 2.
See background notes.


  • Pupils create a storyboard (based on God’s Story 3 page 80) sequencing the events to retell the story of the Baptism of Jesus (Level 2)




  • If pupils recognise this is a religious story, but do not accurately retell the story they may still be working at Level 1.




  • If pupils make links between this story and our belief in Jesus as the Son of God, by e.g. including a final frame on what Christians believe because of this story they may be working within Level 3.



Learning Objectives

  • To recognise the Baptism of Jesus is a religious story (Level 1)





  • To retell the story of the Baptism of Jesus (Level 2)




  • To make links between this story and the Christian belief that Jesus is the Son of God (Level 3)


Success Criteria





  • The pupil has retold the Baptism of Jesus - Level 2 AT1i




  • The pupil has made links between this story and the belief that Jesus is the Son of God - Level 3 AT1i


Journeys (Year 3) - Spring 2016

Level 2 (Level 3 option) AT1i




Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Journeys’, pupils learn about - The Christian family’s journey with Jesus through the Church’s year.
Within Learning Focus 4 the pupils learn about – The feasts of Our Lady. Choose the Annunciation as one of the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary to focus on. Ask the children what they think Catholics believe because of this story. Highlight for the children the belief that Mary is the mother of God and that she is a model for all Christians who should respond with 'yes' to God's will, as she did at the Annunciation.
Activity
Based on Learning Focus 4, page 105, Activity 3. See background notes.

  • Using God’s Story 3 (page 71), pupils create an information sheet for a person not of the Christian faith which retells the story of the Annunciation (Level 2)





  • If pupils can create an information sheet for a for a person not of the Christian faith which retells and makes links between the events within the story of the Annunciation and Christian belief that Mary is the mother of Jesus and a model for all Christians they may be working within Level 3


Learning Objectives


  • To retell the story of the Annunciation (Level 2)




  • To make links between the story of the Annunciation and Christian belief that Mary is the mother of Jesus and a model for all Christians (Level 3)


Success Criteria


  • The pupil has retold the story of the Annunciation using their own words - Level 2 AT1i




  • The pupil has made links between the story of the Annunciation and Christian belief that Mary is the mother of Jesus and a model for all Christians - Level 3 AT1i



Community (Year 4) - Spring 2016

Level 3 AT1i



Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Community’ the pupils learn about -The life of the local Christian community.

Within Learning Focus 4 the pupils learn about different ministries in the parish and reaching out to the community. Revisit Learning Focus 1, God's Story 3 page 90 (Mark 3:13-19 - the calling of the apostles by Jesus). Remind children that all Christians are called, like the apostles, to share in the mission of Jesus (see Church Story 3 pages 20-23).

Using God's Story 3 page 137 on IWB, highlight the text to indicate what the apostles believed their mission should be (e.g. spreading the Good news, teaching, praying, works of charity)

Activity
Based on Learning Focus 4, page 110 (this activity is not in Come and See).

See background notes and related Topic web.


  • Using God's Story 3 page 90 and page 137 write a paragraph saying what these two stories tell us what Catholics believe about being called. (Level 3)




  • If pupils can only retell the story of the calling of the Apostles and Sharing the Mission, they are working within Level 2.




  • If pupils describe and show an understanding of the scripture passages and make links to other sources (for example Baptism, Ordination, prayers and hymns) and beliefs, ideas, feelings and experiences about mission, they are working within Level 4.


Learning Objectives


  • To retell the scripture passages (Level 2)




  • To make links between scripture Mark 3:13-19 and Acts 6:2-13 and the Christian belief that Christians are called to share in the mission of Jesus (Level 3)




  • To describe and show an understanding, connecting the scripture passages to other sources (for example Baptism, Ordination, prayers and hymns) and beliefs, ideas, feelings and experiences about mission (Level 4)


Success Criteria


  • The pupil has retold the scripture passage - Level 2 AT1i



  • The pupil has made links between Mark 3:13-19 and Acts 6:2-13 and the Christian belief that Christians are called to share in the mission of Jesus - Level 3 AT1i





  • The pupil has described and shown an understanding, connecting the scripture passages to other sources, beliefs, ideas, feelings and experiences about mission - Level 4 AT1i

Mission (Year 5) - Spring 2016

Level 4 (with Level 2 & 3 options) AT1i
Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Mission’, pupils learn about - Dioceses continue the work and mission of Jesus, including ecumenism.
Within Learning Focus 2 the pupils learn how – Jesus begins His mission.
Read God's Story 3 Page 95: Jesus begins his mission. Page 96: the call of Levi. Page 99: the call of women. Revisit Learning Focus 1, read God’s Story 3 page 65: Isaiah 61:1-2, 10-11.
Activity
Based on Learning Focus 2, page 105, Activity 1.

See background notes and related Topic web.


  • Pupils write a letter of application for the role of a disciple (teachers may produce a 'wanted' poster designed to attract suitable people to share Jesus’ mission as a stimulus).

Pupils should include what Christian beliefs/scripture motivate them to apply, how they feel about the job, what experience of mission they already have, what ideas they have of how Jesus' mission can be developed and continued today. (Level 4)

  • If pupils do not show an understanding of the feelings, ideas and experiences around being called and only make links between the scripture studied and the Christian belief in being


called, they are only working within Level 3.


  • Pupils working at Level 2 may be given the option of retelling the scripture passages about being called.


Learning Objectives


  • To make links between the scripture studied and the Christian belief in being called. (Level 3)




  • To describe and show understanding of the Christian belief in being called and making links between scripture, beliefs, feelings, ideas and experiences. (Level 4)




  • To retell the scripture passage. (Level 2)


Success Criteria


  • The pupil has retold the scripture passages - Level 2 AT1i




  • The pupil has made links between the scripture studied and the Christian belief in being called - Level 3 AT1i




  • The pupil has described and shown understanding of the belief in being called and making links between scripture, beliefs, feelings, ideas and experiences - Level 4 AT1i.



Sources (Year 6) - Spring 2016

Level 4 AT1i




Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Sources’ pupils learn about – The Bible as the story of God’s love, told by the people of God.

Within Learning Focus 6 the pupils’ learn about – Bible in daily life.

Activity
Based on Learning Focus 6, page 123 (this activity is not in Come and See).

See background notes and related Topic web.


  • Pupils write a presentation (PowerPoint or script) explaining what Christians believe about the Bible. They should mention that it is the Word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit, how it is structured, the different types of literature, how Christians use the Bible in their daily lives and their own feelings and experiences regarding the Bible. (Level 4)




  • If pupils know the Bible is a special book, but can only retell some passages, they are working within Level 2.




  • Pupils who give little detail, but make links between stories contained in the Bible and what Christians believe are working within Level 3.



Learning objective


  • To retell the scripture passage. (Level 2)




  • To make links between stories contained in the Bible and what Christians believe. ( Level 3)




  • To describe and show an understanding of the Bible, the beliefs, ideas and feelings of Christians and make links between them. (Level 4)


Success Criteria

  • The pupil knows the Bible is a special book and can retell some passages - Level 2 AT1i





  • The pupil makes links between stories contained in the Bible and what Christians believe - Level 3 AT1i




  • The pupil is able to describe and show understanding of the Bible, the beliefs, ideas and feelings of Christians and make links between them - Level 4 AT1i






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