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Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910 © Crown 2010 Exemplar for Internal Assessment Resource Spanish Level 1 Resource title: Interactions in the Community This exemplar supports assessment against: Achievement Standard 90910 Interact Using Spoken Spanish to Communicate Personal Information, Ideas and Opinions in Different Situations Exemplifies standard The moderators have found generic work suitable to be used to exemplify the standard but may not match an A or B assessment resource. Date version published by Ministry of Education December 2010 To support internal assessment from 2011
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  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Exemplar for Internal Assessment Resource

    Spanish Level 1

    Resource title: Interactions in the Community

    This exemplar supports assessment against:

    Achievement Standard 90910

    Interact Using Spoken Spanish to Communicate Personal Information, Ideas and Opinions in Different Situations

    Exemplifies standard

    The moderators have found generic work suitable to be used to exemplify the standard but may not match an A or B assessment resource.

    Date version published by Ministry of Education

    December 2010 To support internal assessment from 2011

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  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Grade Boundary: Low Excellence

    1. This student effectively uses spoken language to interact in a variety of situations. He interacts appropriately with his partners and uses language techniques successfully (past tenses (preterite, imperfect, possessives, passive voice, natural fillers).

    Skillful selection of language features borders on Merit in some of the situations recorded, but overall he shares enough to support the interaction at all times.

    Occasional inconsistencies (switch between tu/ usted and some gender misuse) do not detract from spontaneity and flexibility but make it borderline Excellence as it only just reaches the 'fit for context' criteria.

  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Grade Boundary: High Merit

    2. This student uses a range of language features convincingly. He shares opinions and information that are relevant to the task, and interaction is maintained at all times by using fillers, interrupting, agreeing and disagreeing, offering a successful selection from a repertoire of language in his replies. e.g Hace ocho a!os que nos conocimos cuando ella era una gatita, siempre les agarraba a la camisa de mi padre.

    However, in order to achieve Excellence, this students needs to skillfuly select language features to support his interaction in a consistent manner, as at time interaction is defined by limited language range e.g. vivo en., soy, tengo un hermano and it is not used effectively, which is the criteria for Excellence.

    Some inconsistencies are present but do not significantly hinder communication.

  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Grade Boundary: Low Merit

    3. This student uses a range of conversational language features and manages and maintains the interaction at all times by providing natural language fillers, questions, humour, agreeing and disagreeing.

    He uses language that reflects the objectives of Level 6 of the curriculum with general success e.g. ocasionalemente..me gusta escuchar, es bueno pero., sola jugar..

    Understanding is not significantly hindered by inconsistencies, as he corrects himself sometimes which shows understanding of what he is saying as well as the ability to maintain interaction.

    To achieve Excellence, this student would need to effectively use a range of language and language features which are consistently fit for context.

  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Grade Boundary: High Achieved

    4. This student uses language to reflect the objectives of Level 6 of the curriculum with some success. The conversational language that she uses is fit for purpose and context, e.g. dnde prefiere sentarse?, y de beber?

    She achieves interaction overall, although undestanding is hindered at times by inconsistencies such as pronunciation - mi meyor amigo, pronunciation of 'h', inserting a 'w' in the middle of 'segu(w)ida, structures, volvo en seguida, me gustan escuchar and agreements.

    To achieve with Merit, this student would need to show a range of language and language features and the inconsistencies would hinder communication less significantly.

  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Grade Boundary: Low Achieved

    5. This student uses language features to communicate opinions and the information she shares is fit for context.

    Understanding is often hindered by inconsistencies in language and pronunciation, but clear enough at times to allow minimal interaction.

    To achieve Merit, the student would need to show evidence of a range of language and interactive language features.

  • Exemplar for internal assessment resource Spanish 1.3B for Achievement Standard 90910

    Crown 2010

    Grade Boundary: High Not Achieved

    6. There is some evidence of interactive strategies e.g. asking for repetition when she does not understand, however inconsistencies in both language and pronunciation do hinder interaction and comprehension (eg cerca pronounced sersa).

    To achieve the standard, the student would need to show further evidence of interactive strategies rather than simply asking for repetition, e.g. contributing to the interaction and using language where inconsistencies do not dominate and make comprehension impaired.