Reporting grade descriptors are a great way for teachers to track everything students should be learning throughout each semester of the school year. This resource contains Technologies Reporting Grade Descriptors for Year 5 and Year 6. These rubrics have been developed using the Australian Curriculum (version 8.3).
Includes Design and Technologies AND Digital Technologies.
** As the Australian Curriculum combines Year 5 and Year 6 outcomes, this is also how these Grade Descriptors are presented. The Year 5 and Year 6 grade descriptors are all presented together as one document, NOT in separate year levels. **
This file contains reporting grade descriptors for both Semester 1 and Semester 2.
How I use them:
* Print a copy for each child.
* Place each child’s name at the top.
* For each student, go through and highlight all the things that that student has achieved.
* You can now see which grade to give each child, depending on how much of each column is highlighted.
* Please note - this document is NON-EDITABLE due to copyright restrictions.
The Semester 2 Grade Descriptors indicate what students should be achieving by the end of the year. Descriptors are different for Semester 1 - these indicate what students should be achieving mid-year.
All teachers in our school use these reporting grade descriptors (or rubrics) so that work can be easily moderated.
*** Please note: C grade descriptors for Semester 2 are derived from the Australian Curriculum content descriptors. All other grade descriptors (A, B, D and E) are based on professional judgement by myself or in collaboration with colleagues. These rubrics are intended as a guide only and you must always use your own professional judgement, school policies and department documents as necessary.
Find Australian Curriculum Grade Descriptors for other subjects and year levels here:
Australian Curriculum Grade Descriptors
** This product may be printed and photocopied by the original purchaser only and may not be shared, copied or distributed in any way. Please respect the copyright of my products by directing your colleagues to my store. Multiple licences must be purchased if you wish to use this resource with other teachers.
Based on Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) materials downloaded from the Australian Curriculum website in April 2018. ACARA does not endorse any changes that have been made to the Australian Curriculum.
These reporting grade descriptors are a perfect way to track student learning. These rubrics will make your job as an educator easier! Who doesn't want that?
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