Informal assessment (Music)
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9 June 2021 at 2:41:15 am
To provide timely assistance to our students before the final national examination is important!
It takes some level of experience and observation to be sensitive enough to identify rooms for improvement.
Assessment without grading provides a stress-free environment for students to learn and apply. I will ask guiding questions to;
i) Help them identify and cover skillsets critical to their instrumental abilities
ii) Help them interpret different scenes in a play and the music used
iii) understand the intention of the composer and their plots
iv) assemble research and findings as pieces of evidence to prove a statement
To ensure the questions are relevant, I will;
i) Ask for feedback and help them clarify doubts
ii) Create a scenario and observe how they interpret to assess their capabilities and quality of answers
Based on their answers, I will plan for subsequent lessons to strengthen and decide how much to stretch them before the formal assessment.
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