Language analysis

IB English B: Language analysis

I don"t like the term "impression marking", commonly used to describe the marking of any form of written work, from tasks in English B to essays in History. The implication of "impression" is that one glances at a script, forms some sort of vague overall idea about it, and awards a mark on the basis of gut reaction or "instinct" (whatever that might mean).A far more appropriate and accurate term is "analytical marking"...

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