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Level 1 Achievement Standards and resources

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3 February 2011 UpdateNewly aligned Level 1 Achievement Standards are now registered and published on NZQA’s Directory of Assessment Standards and are able to be used by schools.Exemplars of student work or expected student responses (written by subject moderators) have been developed for every Level 1 achievement standard. The exemplars...

How to find your stuff

How to find:Updated matrix for your subject Go here: Matrices 2011 Level 1 draft resources for your subject First go here: NCEA alignment of standards Then scroll down and find your subject, for example, English Go here: English To find 2011 Level 1 draft resources select: Level 1 Annotated exemplars,...

Internal assessment resources

Assessment resources for the new Level 1 internally assessed standards will be progressively published on the NZQA website once they have passed the final NZQA QAAM (Quality Assured Assessment Material) criteria. Those assessment resources still awaiting final QAAM checking will be published as final documents on the TKI alignment of...

Achievement Standards

NZQA has approved the registration of the new Level 1 achievement standards for all subjects except Technology. Technology standards will be registered in January 2011. The standards are now being published on the NZQA website. To access them, go to the subject specific resources page on the NZQA website and...

External assessment resources

NZQA has produced sample assessments for all Level 1 externally assessed achievement standards to support the alignment of achievement standards to The New Zealand Curriculum, and to guide teachers and students on how the new or revised Level 1 standards might be assessed. The sample assessments have now all been...

Success in science

The New Zealand Curriculum requires teachers to focus on the Nature of Science as the overarching, unifying strand in the science curriculum. This guide will help them design senior programmes that centre on this strand.



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