Marking Criteria for Classroom Use

IB English A: Language & Literature: Marking Criteria for Classroom Use

Both teachers and their students need to be familiar with the marking criteria. It can be handy to have the marking criteria for each assessment component readily available and compressed in an easily accessible way. Here, then, is the marking criteria for each of the four assessment components (slightly abbreviated).Paper 1: Guided textual analysisPaper 2: Comparative essayHigher Level essay


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