sir marking using the highlighter!
Post on 20-Jun-2015
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DESCRIPTIONCCC procedures for ensuring there is teacher / student dialogue in feedback.
Examples of SIR marking
• These are examples of students’ engaging with the marking process. • The interaction / dialogue
between the teacher and student is clear. • The highlighted / green pen
additions by the students show that they are reflecting on feedback they have been given.
Science: Kiran offers a strength and improvement and the student responds as part of their
homework and highlights in green.
Science: spelling corrections made and repeated to reinforce learning
and highlighted in green.
Self Assessment - Geography
1.Success Criteria was shared
2. The student annotated their work throughout in green.
3. They then reflected on their learning using SIR in green.
English : Teacher marks use S and I. The student then responds in green pen and highlights. This was then checked again by the teacher and they confirmed the improvement had been met so
a SL point for being reflective was awarded.
The student response is clear in green and spelling changes have also been highlighted in green.
The student self assessed in green pen and made the edits / spelling corrections in green too.
The student responds to their improvement in
green pen. This is then checked again by the teacher to
confirm progress has been made.
Spellings are copied out three times in green.
Technology: This was a two week homework. Week 1 the pupils produced the designs. Week 2 pupils peer assessed
and then the students responded to the feedback and highlighted the areas they had edited to make it clear.
Tech: A set of questions were set for an AS class in advance of a topic being covered. The teacher quickly marked with a low, medium or high.
In class when the topic was covered the students then responded by adding additional detail to their answers and highlighting the beginning
of this in green.
Be the Standard “Success is neither magical nor
mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently
applying basic fundamentals.”
Oscar Wilde http://fullonlearning.com/