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use capital letters use full stops

Writing Self Assessment 1

use capital letters and full stops sometimes use question marks and exclamation marks spell common words use my knowledge of sounds to spell unknown words add extra information to my writing write one or more sentences use illustrations & diagrams that matches the meaning of my writing add or delete words to improve my writing correctly form all upper- & lower-case letters using a consistent size
use the correct pencil grip

use punctuation, including full stops, ?, !, commas & capital letters correctly spell familiar words attempt to spell less familiar words using knowledge of soundletter patterns use images support the meaning of my text retell a story from print or digital media sequence my ideas according to the text structure select language features combine ideas appropriate to the audience and purpose use vocabulary, including technical vocabulary, appropriate to text type and purpose use strategies to reread, revise & edit my writing for spelling, punctuation and text structure
write unjoined upper & lower-case letters

I can

use the sounds I hear write in sentences use common words write from left to right write from top to bottom form some lower-case letters correctly form some upper-case letters correctly

choose punctuation appropriate to the purpose of my writing use contractions when writing informally use knowledge of sounds and high frequency words to spell words correctly use knowledge of a range of spelling rules when spelling unknown words select vocabulary appropriate to the purpose of my writing use verbs to represent different processes (doing, thinking, saying, & relating) write sentences in which the nouns and verb are in agreement use action & saying verbs in narratives to give information about what characters do and say use sensing verbs in narratives to give information about what characters think and feel
select an appropriate text structure for the purpose and use paragraphs use simple, compound and complex sentences to combine ideas check my work for meaning write using consistently sized joined letters

use punctuation, including full stops, ?, !, commas & capital letters correctly spell familiar words attempt to spell less familiar words using knowledge of soundletter patterns use images support the meaning of my text retell a story from print or digital media sequence my ideas according to the text structure select language features combine ideas appropriate to the audience and purpose use vocabulary, including technical vocabulary, appropriate to text type and purpose use strategies to reread, revise & edit my writing for spelling, punctuation and text structure write unjoined upper & lower-case letters

Writing Self Assessment


choose punctuation appropriate to the purpose of my writing use contractions when writing informally use knowledge of sounds and high frequency words to spell words correctly use knowledge of a range of spelling rules when spelling unknown words select vocabulary appropriate to the purpose of my writing use verbs to represent different processes (doing, thinking, saying, & relating) write sentences in which the nouns and verb are in agreement use action & saying verbs in narratives to give information about what characters do and say use sensing verbs in narratives to give information about what characters think and feel select an appropriate text structure for the purpose and use paragraphs use simple, compound and complex sentences to combine ideas check my work for meaning write using consistently sized joined letters

use accurate punctuation . ?, & capital letters appropriate to the purpose of my writing use speech marks to signal dialogue, titles or quoted speech use accurate spelling select vocabulary from a range of resources use connectives and linking devices detail to my texts use images and detail to extend key ideas use a range of devices and deliberate word play in poetry, eg nonsense words, spoonerisms, neologisms & puns create structured texts to explain ideas create imaginative, informative & persuasive texts for different audiences (formal or informal) express an opinion based on information create texts that take account of the needs & interests of the audiences use a range of software to combine print, audio & visual editing my work to improve meaning write using correctly-formed joined letters

I can

use the apostrophe s to show possession use accurate spelling use vocabulary to create precise meaning & select words appropriate to context provide a fuller description of a person, place, thing or idea appropriate to the purpose & audience use language features to show how ideas can be extended create stories using settings or characters from texts students have experienced or read in class plan, draft & publish imaginative, informative & persuasive texts, choosing texts structures & language features appropriate to purpose & audience develop and explain a point of view about a text edit my work to provide structure and meaning develop agreed criteria for text structure & language features to edit my own & others work

use correct punctuation . ?, & capitals appropriate to the purpose of writing use speech marks to signal dialogue, titles or quoted speech use accurate spelling select vocabulary from a range of resources use connectives and linking devices detail to my texts use images and detail to extend key ideas

Writing Self Assessment


use the apostrophe s to show possession use accurate spelling use vocabulary to create precise meaning & select words appropriate to context provide a fuller description of a person, place, thing or idea appropriate to the purpose & audience use language features to show how ideas can be extended create stories using settings or characters from texts students have experienced or read in class plan, draft & publish imaginative, informative & persuasive texts, choosing texts structures & language features appropriate to purpose & audience develop and explain a point of view about a text

use punctuation for clarity use accurate spelling select vocabulary to express shades of meaning, feeling or opinion use complex sentences to elaborate, extend or explain ideas use language features & literary devices to emphasis explain how my choices of language features and images are used create detailed texts elaborating upon key ideas for a range of purposes and audiences

I can

use accurate punctuation use accurate spelling use more specialised vocabulary select a variety of language features can influence an audience create texts showing how language features, text structures, & images from other texts can be combined for effect use a selection of devices to create text structure eg: overviews, initial and concluding paragraphs and topic sentences draw on personal knowledge and other sources to express or challenge a point of view create structured and coherent texts for a range of purposes and audiences plan, draft & publish a range of imaginative, informative & persuasive texts, selecting subject matter, language, visual, and audio features to convey information and ideas use of a range of strategies to edit for meaning, eg: removing repetition, refining ideas, reordering sentences & adding or substituting words for impact

use a range of devices and deliberate word play in poetry, eg nonsense words, spoonerisms, neologisms & puns create structured texts to explain ideas

plan, draft & publish a range of texts appropriate to purpose & audience, choosing appropriate text structures, language features, images or digital resources edit my work to provide structure and meaning show how specific details can be used to support a point of view develop agreed criteria for text structure & language features to edit my own & others work make and explain editorial choices

create imaginative, informative & persuasive texts for different audiences (formal or informal) express an opinion based on information create texts that take account of the needs & interests of the audiences use a range of software to combine print, audio & visual editing my work to improve meaning write using correctly-formed joined letters