This morning, all the staff met to discuss how to introduce self editing. Every week, each class are going to look at a piece of work and identify what is good about this piece of work and what could be improved. The children are going to use the Non-Negoiables to support them.
In this Maths work, the pupil has been asked to think about a number which does not match any part of the diagram. This has been asked purposely to challenge their thinking.
This pupil was asked to clarify what a biography is.
In this piece of work, the pupil has been asked to clairfy the difference between analogue and digital.
This pupil has been asked to identify different words for the word ‘said’ to develop their vocabulary further.
This pupil was given a challenge to find a title with set amount of coins.
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This pupil has been encouraged to show their working out to a question to prove their answer.
This pupil was asked a different type of question regarding co-ordinates.
The teacher in this piece of the work is checking to see that the pupil fully understands what a 2A sentence is and that they can apply this.
The teacher here has challenged the pupil by requesting them to re-write one of their sentences using adjectives.
The question in this piece of work was to clarify the pupils understanding of using the short division method.
The teacher here has asked the pupil to think about the characters feelings and what they would say when feeling angry.
This pupil has been asked to show their working out on the number square. The teacher can then see clearly that the pupil is counting in tens and ones.