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APP literacy assessment spreadsheet

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Last updated 21 July 2013, created 10 November 2009, viewed 39,574

Use this spreadsheet to record partial achievement, or full achievement of a statement for all assessment focuses. Type 1 to turn the cell yellow, type 2 to turn the cell orange, or type 3 to turn the cell green (achieved). (This is working on a three tick principle). I have cut and paste all the st More…atements from the literacy APP for the levels 1-5 onto this spreadsheet. Each worksheet represents a different assessment focus - I've kept them in the same order they appear on the APP grid. I need to give credit to Roz Adie, whose maths spreadsheet gave me the idea and a template to create this literacy spreadsheet. If you want this excellent spreadsheet click on the following link: http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/docs/assessing_pupil_progress_recording_system.xls

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So helpful, thank you!

from pine_forest, 07 October 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

THANK YOU, SO HELPFUL!! XK

from karenwyeth, 16 August 2011
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Great resource! Thank you

from monkeylover, 03 July 2011
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Excellent - thank you.

from AlisonWells, 25 April 2011
(report comment) 5 out of 5

hi this looks really good thanks. Is there a way on it you can work out the overall level, rather than just looking at it and making a judgment? Apologies if I have missed how you do this on the spreadsheet. Thanks again. Also how easy would it be to add levels, 6.7 and 8? Thanks.

from clairey27, 18 November 2010
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