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Assessing pupil progress during lesson observations

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Last updated on 26 January 2017
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How can I assess pupil progress during a lesson observation? We link to lesson observation proformas that contain prompts for evaluating the progress pupils make in a lesson. You will also find guidance from three of The Key's associate experts on assessing pupil progress during lesson observations.

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Contents

  1. 1 Lesson observation proformas: references to progress
  2. 2 Lesson observation framework from a local authority
  3. 3 Measuring pupil progress during a lesson observation: advice
  4. 4 Measuring pupils’ progress during modern language lessons
  5. 5 Evaluating lessons under the Ofsted framework

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