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WOW ATLs

You demonstrate effective communication skills by

using a variety of speaking/writing techniques to fulfill the purpose of the task


using the structure of . (genre) Well to influence your audience of .
Including the features of and .. to position your
audience
Demonstrating the use of non verbals to enhance your performance
Including the use of a variety of media to fulfill task requirements
Using critical reading and comprehension skills
Making inferences and drawing conclusions based
Paraphrasing/summarizing to take notes

You demonstrate effective collaboration skills by:

Collaborating with peers and/or experts using a variety of digital media


Sharing and delegating and negotiating responsibilities and decision making
Managing/resolving conflict and Listening actively to others
Making fair and equitable decisions
Planning and using strategies to achieve goals

You demonstrate effective information literacy skills by:

Collecting, recording, verifying data relevant to task


Locating, organizing, analyzing, evaluating and synthesizing to fulfill purpose of task
Recognizing a range of media interpretations of events and ideas and modes of presentation
Making connections between sources to establish patterns of information
Interpreting, Analyzing data to draw reasonable conclusions and make informed decisions
Evaluate and select information appropriate to task
Using the appropriate conventions of MLA

You demonstrate critical thinking skills by:

Locating, organising, interpreting, evaluating data and evidence to formulate


arguments
Recognising and evaluating author positions and reception of audiences
Drawing reasonable and informed conclusions
Considering contrary and/or opposing arguments or points of view
Identifying patterns or trends and forecasting possibilities

You demonstrate effective creative thinking skills by:

Creating novel solutions to authentic problems


Applying existing knowledge to generate new ideas or processes
Creating original works and ideas
Developing multiple opposing, contradictory and complementary arguments
Generating metaphors and analogies

WOW Assessment Lang and Lit MYP (Yr 5 )


You demonstrate effective analysing skills by

Analysing content, context, language, structure, technique, style of text(s) and the
relationship among texts
Analysing effects of authors/creator/s choices on audiences
Justifying opinions and ideas using examples and evidence
Using accurate terminology
Comparing and contrasting features across genres/texts

You demonstrate effective organising skills by

Using organizational structures that fulfil task context and purpose


Organizing opinions and ideas in a sustained, coherent and logical manner and ideas
building on each other
Using referencing and formatting tools to create an effective presentation style

You demonstrate effective production of text by

Demonstrating personal engagement with creative process


Demonstrating insight, imagination, sensitivity and perception in production of
text/s
Exploring critical reflections and perspectives and ideas
Using stylistic choices linguistic, literary, visual devices to impact upon audiences
Selecting relevant details and examples to develop ideas.

You demonstrate effective use of language by


Using a range of appropriate vocabulary, sentence structures and forms of
expression
Writing and speaking in appropriate register and style to serve the purpose and
intent of the task
Using grammar, syntax and punctuation accurately communication is effective
Spells/writes and pronounces with accuracy - communication is effective
Uses appropriate non verbal communication techniques

THIS IS A BANK OF SUGGESTIONS ONLY. IT MAY HELP TO STIMULATE FEEDBACK COMMENTS FOR YOU. YOU WILL
NEED TO INSERT THE APPROPRIATE QUALIFIERS APPROPRIATE, RELEVANT, MOSTLY, HIGHLY EFFECTIVE,
SUFFICIENT, HIGH DEGREE, SOEMTIMES, ADEQUATE ETC.

BY EXTENSION, YOU CAN ADAPT THESE TO REFLECT THE HOW AND NOW FEEDBACK
EG: You need to organise the data and evidence in a more logical way in order to formulate your argument (see
ATL, critical thinking skill first dot point)