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Key questions to consider when developing an assessment activity

1. Does the activity link directly to the syllabus outcomes?

Evidence – Which outcomes does it link to? Are they the most relevant?


2. Does the activity allow students to clearly understand and be involved in the assessment?

Evidence – If so, how does it achieve this? If not, how can it be amended to ensure that it does?


3. Is the activity accessible for all students?

Evidence – If so, how does it achieve this? If not, how can it be amended to ensure that it does?


4. Does the activity allow for the full range of achievement?

Evidence – If so, how does it achieve this? If not, how can it be amended to ensure that it does?


5. Can students demonstrate deep understanding?

Evidence – If so, how does it achieve this? If not, how can it be amended to ensure that it does?


6. Do the marking criteria promote reliable and consistent judgements by teachers?

Evidence – If so, how does it achieve this? If not, how can it be amended to ensure that it does?

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