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spanish (sp2000) teacher contact details When you first make contact with your teacher, please fill in their details below, for future reference.

teacher’s name: telephone: 0800 65 99 88

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alternative telephone number: email address: Private Bag 39992, Wellington Mail Centre, Lower Hutt 5045 Please keep your NCEA Level 2 Spanish (SP2000) Course and assessment guide in a safe place so that you can use it to plan your study and to record your assessment results. For further information about courses at this level, please refer to the Student Guide to Years 11–13 and the Student guide to National Certificates, both available on the school website (www.tekura.school.nz).

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Welcome to SP2000

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Getting started information

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SP2000 course outline

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Assessment summary

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Additional course materials

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Assessment information

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My course planner

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My Spanish assessment record (SP2000)

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welcome to sp2000 Welcome to the Level 2 Spanish (SP2000) course offered by Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu.

overview of sp2000 In this course, you will work up to level 7 (Year 12) of the Spanish curriculum. You will have the opportunity to gain up to 24 level 2 credits on the National Qualification Framework. The credits you gain will count towards the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA). During this course you will build your communication skills in Spanish by: •• listening for understanding, interest and enjoyment •• speaking to be understood by native speakers of the language •• reading for meaning and for appreciation of the language and culture •• writing for a purpose and to be understood. This course can be endorsed with Merit or Excellence if in a single year you gain 14 or more credits at Merit and/or Excellence within Level 2 Spanish. At least three of these credits must be from externally assessed standards and three from internally assessed standards.

course content This course is made up of 12 fortnightly resources and six standard assessments packed with the booklets. There are five other assessments for the interacting standard which you have to request from your teacher if you plan to sit this standard. Each resource contains: •• a booklet •• a workbook •• audio files or CD. Each assessment contains: •• a cover sheet •• assessment activity •• assessment feedback report.

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getting started information how this course is delivered

SP2000 is a print-based course, with course material and supplementary material accessed from the online teaching and learning environment (OTLE). Dual enrolled students are expected to access material from OTLE. Other enrolled students may request printed materials to be posted, accepting there will be a delay between enrolment and receiving the first posting. You will receive an email explaining how to log in to OTLE. This email includes a link to set your password if you have not logged into the OTLE before. You can access OTLE by clicking on www.tekura.school.nz/login. It is recommended that you bookmark this site in your browser. This will take you to a page with links to your courses. Your username and initial password is your Te Kura student ID number. You will be asked to set a new password when you first log in. After that, if you need to reset your password you can click on the ‘Forgot password’ link on the OTLE login page. If you have difficulties logging in, please email: helpdesk.otle@tekura.school.nz

organising your study Plan a regular time to study. Some people learn best from frequent short sessions while others do better with fewer, longer sessions. It is important to have a plan or a timetable and to keep to it. There is a suggested planner in the back of this guide for you to plan your programme of study. You may wish to consult with your subject teacher to help you decide on your plan. Getting your study underway is very important. Your first return of work should be two to three weeks after you first received your initial work. If you have any issues returning your work within this time please contact your subject teacher. For more information on how to study successfully, refer to the Student Guide to Years 11–13 (www.tekura.school.nz).

te kura codes Your course code is: SP2000. SP is the code for Spanish and 2 refers to Level 2. ‘SP2001’ refers to a booklet that covers a particular learning topic in the SP2000 course. ‘SP2001Y3’ refers to the first assessment for the interacting Achievement Standard (AS91149) for SP2000. ‘AS’ is the code for Achievement Standard. ‘SP2002Y1’ refers to the first assessment for the writing Achievement Standard (AS91152). ‘SP2009Y5’ refers to the assessment for the spoken presentation for the Achievement Standard (AS91150). ‘AS’ is the code for an Achievement Standard.

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resources you need to get going You will need: •• a good quality CD player or CD player on your computer for listening •• a ring binder for your vocabulary lists, extra notes or course information •• access to a telephone to contact your teacher if you need help •• a ccess to a computer with broadband internet connection to visit the Te Kura website and Spanish web page, and to explore other Spanish websites or email your teacher and to record your spoken activities on. Other optional equipment includes: •• a bilingual Spanish/English dictionary for reference •• a memory stick.

choosing topics and standards

NZQA advises that a one-year course should lead to 18–20 credits. You may only wish to do some topics. For example, you may want to do only internal standards for this course. You should look carefully at the course outline and make your choices. It is important to consider how well this will meet your learning goals (such as gaining enough credits to achieve your NCEA Level 2, or meeting the entry requirements for your tertiary course or any future study). To be awarded NCEA Level 2, you will need to gain a minimum of 80 credits at level 2 (or above) including 10 credits for literacy an 10 credits for numeracy. You should discuss your options with your learning advisor and/or your teacher.

self-marking

Many assessment activities are self-marked. You’ll find an answer guide towards the back of each booklet. Use these answers to mark your own work and make corrections where necessary. Self-marking is very important as it gives you instant feedback on how well you understand the ideas, concepts or information that have been covered.

assessment Students are required to send in teacher-assessed work. (In SP2000 at Te Kura, students, only need to send in their teacher-assessed work – the workbook and any recordings made.) Teachers return student work with feedback and advice. Internal assessments for this course are: •• A spoken presentation. This standard involves you preparing and delivering a spoken presentation. You will receive the assessment material with booklet SP2009. •• I nteracting using spoken Spanish. Your speaking skills will be assessed from a number of conversations (portfolio) you will have. They include: –– s et conversations with your teacher. You have to contact your teacher and request the assessment tasks for booklets SP2001, SP2003, SP2005, SP2007 and SP2009. Secondary dual students access the material through OTLE or: –– one conversation you have with your teacher during the course 4

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or: –– one authentic conversation you have during the course such as talking to relatives, friends, visitors or epals. Please make sure you record these conversations and send the recordings to your teacher. •• Writing a variety of text types. Your writing skills will be assessed from a number of pieces of writing (portfolio) you will submit. They include: –– s et tasks which you’ll receive with booklets SP2002, SP2004, SP2006, SP2008 and SP2010. You’ll find full instructions about the tasks at the front of the assessment activity or: –– one piece of writing you have completed during the course or: –– one authentic piece of writing you do during the course such as writing a letter or email to a Spanish speaking relative, friend or penpal. Your teacher will provide you with general feedback on each piece of writing and spoken interaction you submit so you can attempt to improve it (refer to the Assessment feedback chart to know the type of feedback you’ll receive for your writing). Your writing and spoken interaction will be holistically assessed from your best three pieces of writing and conversations. You have to keep your portfolios or conversations or writing in a safe place. Your recorded conversations will be saved in a Te Kura database. Towards the end of the year, you have to tell your teacher what three pieces of writing and conversations you want to be assessed on. The detailed criteria for Achievement Standards will be given in the relevant booklets. They can also be found by searching the subject and level in the NCEA part of the NZQA website (www.nzqa.govt.nz) and then finding the relevant standard(s). There are two assessment opportunities for spoken presentation, one is called ‘SP2009Y5’ for an Achievement Standard and the other is called ‘SP2009Y6’. External assessment preparation includes: •• teacher-marked activities •• Te Kura practice examinations.

time commitment There are 12 booklets in this course. Each booklet indicates how many study hours it is likely to require. For example, booklet SP2001 may take approximately 10 hours of work to complete at the normal pace, representing about two weeks of work at five hours per week. Before deciding on the pace of learning, read through this Course and assessment guide and ask yourself the following: •• How much time can I set aside for study each week? •• Will I be able to keep a steady pace of five hours of study each week? •• What do I want to do next year? How many credits will I need to do this? •• Will I be doing externally and internally assessed standards? •• Do I intend to sit the external examination at the end of the year? •• Do I need specific external or internal credits for next year’s study or work? © te ah o o t e k ur a p o un a m u

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normal pace of learning As a guide, expect to do at least five hours of work per week. This means completing three to four booklets each term so that you complete the course before the external examination at the end of the school year.

flexible pace of learning

If you have less than a year because you start later or need to finish earlier, you can decide the pace at which you work. You could still complete the whole course by devoting more time and effort to it.

cover sheets The cover sheets are at the back of each workbook, for example SP2001W. Fill it in and sign it before sending your work back to Te Kura. In the case of achievement standard work, your supervisor also signs this sheet as part of our authenticity requirements. All students are encouraged to submit as much as possible of their work online via the OTLE Dropbox. When work requires authentication, students will follow the instructions provided in OTLE.

queries about your work

It is important to contact your teacher if you have any queries about your work. It helps to have your ID number, booklet code (for example, SP2002) and the activity or question number when you contact your teacher, but it is not essential.

studying a language

The rule of thumb for language learning is a little, often, with lots of revision. Have a study plan and keep to it.

homework

Students studying this course in a school should complete any day’s work not completed in a class as homework. If you finish the work early, use the extra time to revise vocabulary.

using audio

You will be using audio recordings every day in this course. Keep the following things in mind when listening to or making recordings. •• The course audio files or CDs provide valuable opportunities for you to practise your Spanish. Don’t rush through the work. Listen to each paso carefully and several times for better understanding. Repeat speaking activities for more practice. •• Y ou will be recording only at the end of every booklet so that your teacher can assess your speaking progress.

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hints for making a good recording

•• Set yourself a high standard for recording and keep to it. If you think you can do an exercise better, try again and again until it sounds right to you. •• Record in a quiet place. Turn off the stereo and television! •• Check your recording equipment. Make sure it’s in good working order. If it runs on batteries, check that they have enough power. •• Check your recording before you submit it.

return of work

It is important that you work regularly to consolidate your learning. We advise you to complete and return one booklet at a time. In this way, your teacher can provide you with timely feedback and order more booklets so you always have work to complete on hand. Please contact your teacher if you are running out of work. Secondary dual students access booklets through OTLE. You only need to return the workbook and your recording for your teacher to assess your progress. If you send in your recordings via email, make sure that you include: •• your student ID number, •• booklet code and the work your recording is for in your email.

revise

Build in time in your study plan for frequent revision of vocabulary and structures. Language learning is a cumulative process. You need to build a strong foundation of basic Spanish vocabulary and structures on which to expand as you move through the course.

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how to do the work booklet and workbook

Work in the booklet and in the workbook. Make sure that you understand the explanations and learn the patterns given in the booklet before completing the exercises. Then complete the exercises, check your answers and correct them. Keep the corrections for reference and revision. The booklets and workbooks are yours to keep so you can make notes in them and highlight parts you want to remember. Each booklet is usually organised into ten días (days). Each día has between two and four pasos (steps). Expect to spend approximately one hour on each día or about ten hours on each booklet. This includes time for checking your work and revision.

hints for correcting your work

Correcting your work is an important part of your learning, so do it carefully and consistently. When you check your own answers, always: •• use a different coloured pen from the one you use to provide your answers •• tick the correct answers •• circle the mistakes •• write the correction after the exercise •• s tudy and learn the correction. Write notes or your own explanations on loose pages, your booklet or your workbook about what you have learned from the corrections •• a sk your teacher questions if you don’t understand something. You can contact your teacher by phone, fax or email. Give your name, ID number, the booklet code, día and paso you want to talk about.

audio files

You will receive the couse audio either as audio files on OTLE or as audio CDs. Keep the CDs with their respective booklets in a safe place. Listen to all the pasos and do all the speaking activities.

recording activities

It’s really important that your teacher can listen to your recording. Here are some suggested ways you could do your recording. •• Record a WAV/MP3 file and email it to your teacher. Remember to type your name, ID number, and booklet number in the subject line of your email. •• Record a WAV/MP3 file and burn it onto a CD and send it with your workbook. Put your name, ID number, and booklet number on the CD. The software we will be using to record audio or voice files is called Audacity, and can be downloaded free from http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download However, you can use any other software to do your recordings but we prefer to receive WAV or MP3 files.

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sp2000 course outline Course item/ booklet

SP2001

Title

El mundo hispano The Hispanic world

SP2002

¡Prepárate para viajar! Prepare to travel!

SP2003

¡En España! In Spain!

SP2004

La ruta de Colón Columbus’ steps

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Learning focus

Standard

• Make greetings, farewells, introductions. • Use numbers, dates, time. • Exchange information in the present tense. • Talk about the existence of people, places, things. • Talk about obligations. • Fill in forms.

Working towards AS91149

• Talk about the location of people, places, things. • Talk about feelings. • Talk about likes and dislikes. • Talk about future plans. • Describe people, places, things. • Fill in forms.

Working towards AS91152

• • • • • • •

Describe homes and houses. Make comparisons. Describe family members. Describe towns and cities. Use reading strategies. Study Spanish history. Learn about Spanish slang.

Working towards AS91149

• Meet and interact with new people. • Talk about daily routines. • Talk about the weather. • Use the telephone in Spanish. • Take telephone messages. • Sing Spanish and Latin American folk songs. • Study the Spanish history of the Americas.

Working towards AS91152

Interact using spoken Spanish to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations

Write a variety of text types in Spanish to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts

Interact using spoken Spanish to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations

Write a variety of text types in Spanish to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts

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SP2005

Un nuevo mundo A New World

SP2006

Camino al Norte en la Carretera Panamericana Heading north on the Pan American Highway

SP2007

¡Explora la América Central! Explore Central America!

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• Meet and interact with new people. • Use a pay telephone in Spanish. • Confirm travel plans. • Complete a questionnaire. • Make and respond to invitations. • Make and respond to suggestions. • Interpret weather reports. • Guess a destination from clues given. • Read and reply to letters. • Study the Spanish history of Puerto Rico and Panama.

Working towards AS91149

• • • • • • • • •

Make apologies. Use the telephone in Spanish. Make travel plans. Read brochures and articles. Describe and compare festivals. Express events in the past. Bargain at an open air market. Express the duration of time. Study the Spanish history of Panama and Costa Rica.

Working towards AS91152

• Read articles. • Talk about family histories. • Describe events and facts in the past. • Make holiday plans. • Describe childhood memories. • Plan a camping trip. • Describe a sequence of activities. • Use measurement words. • Describe how to do something. • Ask for directions. • Study the Spanish history of Central America.

Working towards AS91149

Interact using spoken Spanish to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations

Write a variety of text types in Spanish to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts

Interact using spoken Spanish to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations

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SP2008

Aprendiendo sobre México Learning about Mexico

SP2009

Camino a Sudamérica Heading to South America

• Read articles. • Read and reply to letters. • Describe events and facts in the past. • Use relative pronouns. • Use indirect speech to report what happened. • Fill in a crossword with familiar vocabulary. • Write summaries. • Use exclamations to express feelings. • Translate articles into English. • Study the Spanish history of Guatemala and Mexico.

Working towards AS91152

• • • •

Read articles. Read and reply to letters. Write a composition. Express events and facts in the present, past and future. Express events and facts conditional upon others. Write and talk in dialogues. Fill in timetables. Write a summary. Sing a folksong. Study the Spanish history of Mexico.

Working towards AS91150

• Listen to and participate in conversations. • Read and reply to letters. • Write an English summary of a Spanish text. • Write a composition. • Read and listen to media articles and advertisements. • Express events and facts in the present, past and future. • Express events and facts conditional upon others. • Use commands to give directions and tell someone what to do. • Study the Spanish history of Argentina.

Working towards AS91152

• • • • • •

SP2010

¡Así es la Argentina! So this is Argentina!

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Write a variety of text types in Spanish to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts

Give a spoken presentation in Spanish that communicates information, ideas, and opinions Working towards AS91149 Interact using spoken Spanish to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations

Write a variety of text types in Spanish to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts

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SP2011

El Gran Imperio Inca The great Inca empire

SP2012

Dejando el mundo hispano Leaving the hispanic world

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• Understand written and spoken stories and legends. • Express events and facts in the present, past and future. • Express events and facts conditional upon others. • Write and take part in conversations. • Read poetry of protest. • Use commands to tell someone what to do and not to do. • Express possession. • Read articles on travel and history. • Study the Spanish history of Peru and the Inca empire.

Revision for exams

• Express events and facts in the present, past and future. • Express events and facts conditional upon others. • Express commands. • Write and take part in conversations. • Read articles on travel, culture and history. • Write a formal letter. • Study the Spanish history of the Galapagos and Chile. • Revise your listening and reading skills in Spanish.

Revision for exams

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assessment summary credits offered: 24 Standard number AS91148 Spanish 2.1 Listen

ncea level 2 spanish (sp2000) Further assessment opportunity

Standard title

Study material (code)

Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish texts on familar matters

SP2001–SP2012

No – external exam

Give a spoken presentation in Spanish that communicates information, ideas, and opinions

SP2009/SP2009Y5 SP2009Y6 (re-sit)

Yes

Interact using spoken Spanish to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations

SP2001/SP2001Y3 SP2003/SP2003Y3 SP2005/SP2005Y3 SP2007/SP2007Y3 SP2009/SP2009Y3

No

5 credits External AS91150 Spanish 2.2 Talk 4 credits Internal AS91149 Spanish 2.3 Interact 5 credits Internal

Course work (optional) Authentic interaction (optional)

AS91151 Spanish 2.4 Read 5 credits External AS91152 Spanish 2.5 Write 5 credits Internal

Demonstrate understanding of a variety of written and/or visual Spanish text(s) on familar matters

SP2001–SP2012

No – external exam

Write a variety of text types in Spanish to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts

SP2002/SP2002Y1 SP2004/SP2004Y1 SP2006/SP2006Y1 SP2008/SP2008Y1 SP2010/SP2010Y1

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Course work (optional) Authentic writing (optional)

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additional course materials additional course materials/resources Item

Description

SPGS

A grammar supplement which includes a concise grammar of the Spanish language and bilingual vocabulary lists.

supplementary materials

When learning a language it is important to read as much as possible. You not only improve your reading abilities by doing so, you also learn how to put words together in sentences and learn vocabulary. The Spanish department at Te Kura has a library with magazines, sets of graded Spanish readers and supplementary activities which students can borrow. You may request supplementary materials or your teacher may send them to you. When you have read a book or magazine, please return the materials to your teacher. It is important to read Spanish for enjoyment and to revise and reinforce the vocabulary and structures you study during the course.

online resources Resource

Description

Website

Te Kura website

Te Kura maintains a website for the school.

www.tekura.school.nz

On the Spanish website you will find information about the Spanish courses the school offers. OTLE

This is an online learning platform which allows you to learn collaboratively with other classmates.

https://tekura.desire2learn.com/

You will also find electronic copies of the course booklets, interactive activities for Spanish, including learning activities and information about the course and NCEA.

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assessment information standards

SP2000 offers credits from Achievement Standards which count towards NCEA. Please refer to our Student Guide to National Certificates or Te Kura (www.tekura.school.nz) and NZQA websites (www.nzqa.govt.nz) for more information about National Certificates of Educational Achievement and assessment.

internal assessment

SP2000 offers three Achievement Standards that are internally assessed. This means that your teacher sets and marks all assessments that count towards credits gained for these standards. The assessment opportunity for the spoken presentation Achievement Standard is coded ‘SP2009Y5’ and the second assessment opportunity offered is coded ‘SP2009Y6’. There are no second assessment opportunities for the interacting and writing Achievement Standards. Your speaking skills will be assessed from a number of interactions (portfolio). Your teacher will provide you with general feedback on each piece of interaction you submit. Your speaking will be holistically assessed from your best three interactions. Toward the end of the year you will have to decide which pieces of interaction you want to be assessed on and inform your teacher. Your writing skills will be assessed from a number of pieces of writing (portfolio). Your teacher will provide you with general feedback on each piece of writing you submit so that you can attempt to improve it (please refer to the following chart to understand the type of feedback you’ll receive). Your writing will be holistically assessed from your best three pieces of writing. You must keep your portfolio in a safe place. Towards the end of the year, you will have to decide which pieces of writing you want to be assessed on and inform your teacher. The following chart shows the feedback system your teacher will use to provide you with comments on your written texts for Achievement Standard 91152. Please refer to it while re-writing your work when you receive the feedback from your teacher. Symbol in margin

Meaning of symbol

Example of corrections

A

Accent

Television

Televisión

C

Conjugation of verb

Yo vive en Wellington.

Yo vivo en Wellington.

G

Agreement in gender

Estes peras.

Estas peras.

If

Correct word but incorrect form

El clima es calor.

El clima es caluroso.

Mn

Meaning is not clear

Coche blanco José.

El coche blanco es de José.

N

Agreement in number

Esta peras.

Estas peras

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P

Punctuation

El hotel es grande

El hotel es grande.

Pm

Preposition is missing

El hotel la ciudad.

El hotel de la ciudad.

S

Spelling

Communicación

comunicación

T

Tense

Ayer yo voy.

Ayer yo fui.

V

Verb is missing

Yo español.

Yo hablo español.

W

Word(s) are omitted

En la clase chicas

En la clase hay sólo chicas

Wn

Words not needed

Yo estoy soy de Dunedin.

Yo soy de Dunedin.

Wo

Word order

La bonita chica en la clase.

La chica bonita en la clase.

Ww

Wrong word

Estoy neocelandés.

Soy neocelandés.

external assessment

External assessment means that an external examiner marks your assessment work. This is through NZQA examinations at the end of the year.

resubmissions for internal assessments

If you have made mistakes in your spoken presentation standard assessment activity, your teacher may offer you one resubmission opportunity. This means you have made errors that you are capable of discovering and correcting by yourself. A resubmission allows you to correct your errors and improve your result.

te kura practice examinations

Students should complete the Te Kura practice examinations for any external standards with an end of year examination they have entered. It is important that students complete all practice external assessments and examinations. If for some reason, such as illness, you are unable to sit the examinations at the end of the year you will only be eligible for consideration for a derived grade (compassionate consideration) if you have completed the practice examinations.

further assessment opportunities for internal assessments

For some standards, you will be able to complete a second assessment called a ‘further assessment opportunity’ to improve your results. These standards are indicated in the course outline. You should take this opportunity where it is available.

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authenticity

Authenticity means students complete and submit work that is their own. When you submit work to Te Kura, you sign an authentication declaration that the work you are submitting is your own work and was done under the required assessment conditions. Your supervisor signs this declaration to confirm this. When submitting work online via the OTLE Dropbox, if it requires authentication, students must follow the instructions provided in OTLE.

derived grades (compassionate consideration)

If for any unexpected reason you are not able to sit your end of year examination or to submit final work towards an internal standard (portfolios or projects), you may be eligible for a derived grade. Please refer to the Student Guide to National Certificates and contact your learning advisor or subject teacher as soon as possible to find out more should you feel this is necessary.

appeals

You have the right to query an assessment result if you want further clarification or disagree with the result. If you are still not satisfied, you may appeal. Refer to the Student Guide to National Certificates for more information. You can also appeal any other decisions, procedures or policies about assessments. Contact your teacher or learning advisor if you wish to appeal. More information and a form that students can use to appeal is available on the Te Kura website in the Student toolkit area (www.tekura.school.nz and go to Student toolkit).

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my course planner The following table shows a suggested timetable for returning your work. If you enrol after the school year begins, you must work out the number of booklets you should return each term. The number of booklets you should return each term is based on the goal of returning one booklet every two weeks. Term

1

2

3

4

Booklets

SP2001, SP2002, SP2003

SP2004, SP2005, SP2006, SP2007

SP2008, SP2009, SP2010

SP2011, SP2012

Assessments

SP2001Y3, SP2002Y1, SP2003Y3

SP2004Y1, SP2005Y3, SP2006Y1, SP2007Y3

SP2008Y1, SP2009Y3, SP2009Y5, SP2010Y1

Use the assessment record to keep track of the standards you are aiming for. You can track the credits you want to achieve and whether you are on target to gain them.

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my spanish assessment record (sp2000) Standard number

Assessment details

Exam/ Assessment due date

AS91148 Spanish 2.1 (5 credits)

Listening – External Te Kura Practice exam

November exam*

AS91150 Spanish 2.2 (4 credits)

Talking – Internal

Late October/ early November

AS9149 Spanish 2.3 (5 credits)

Interacting – Internal

Late October/ early November

AS91151 Spanish 2.4 (5 credits)

Reading – External Te Kura Practice exam

November exam*

AS91152 Spanish 2.5 (5 credits)

Writing – Internal

Late October/ early November

Grade awarded

Credits achieved

* NZQA examination results are available in January.

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