New Junior Cycle - Assessment Task Sample Answer 2

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Assessment Task Sample 2 4

(B) 4

Thinking about the process of writing/compiling your Collection of Texts, write a short paragraph about each of two of the following: 4

a) How the things I read helped me to be a better writer [R6, R8, W6] 4

b) How I worked with classmates as part of developing my writing skills [O1, W2] 4

c) How a specific piece of feedback was useful to me [W1, W3, W6] 4

d) How I hope/would like to use my writing skills in the future [R2, W9] 4

(a) 4

(b) 4

(c) 5

(d) 5

Assessment Task Sample 2

(B)

Thinking about the process of writing/compiling your Collection of Texts, write a short paragraph about each of two of the following:

a) How the things I read helped me to be a better writer [R6, R8, W6]

b) How I worked with classmates as part of developing my writing skills [O1, W2]

c) How a specific piece of feedback was useful to me [W1, W3, W6]

d) How I hope/would like to use my writing skills in the future [R2, W9]

In your responses, you are encouraged to refer to specific texts you have written.

Note: the writing prompts at (B) above relate to the specified learning outcomes for the collection of texts, as indicated. There may be some variation in these prompts from year to year.

(a) Firstly, I think the things I read helped me to be a better writer because I encountered a lot of new, unfamiliar vocabulary when reading them and needed to go away and learn those words’ meanings in order to better understand the text I was reading. This, in turn, im...

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