Didcot Girls' School Centre No. 62425

Name ……………………...……… Candidate No …….…

Tutor group ………. Class ………. Teacher ……….

Control

Level

Criteria for assessment

Marks

 

1

Recognise that many everyday devices respond to signals and commands.

Select options when using such devices to produce different outcomes.

 

0 1

2

U

2

Control devices purposefully by entering single instructions to achieve a specified result.

Description of what happens.

 

3

4

G

3

Control a device to achieve a specific outcome by giving a series of simple instructions.

An indication of the outcome and instructions is required.

 

5

6

F

4

Create a set of instructions (a procedure or program) to control a screen image or robot in a predetermined manner.  

7

8

E

5

Create sets of instructions (a procedure or program) to control a screen image or robot.

Appreciate the need for precision in forming and sequencing instructions as it affects timings or distances. Provide annotation to show understanding or explanation of consequences of imprecision.

 

9

10

D

6

Develop, trial, and refine sets of instructions to control a screen image or robot in a complex manoeuvre or pattern.

Show an awareness of efficiency and economy in framing instructions, such as the use of repeat loops and/or sub-procedures.

 

11

12

13

C

7

Assemble own device that responds to data from sensors.

Photographic evidence required.

 

14

15

16

B

8

Assemble own device that responds to data from sensors.

Explain how feedback has or might have been incorporated into the system.

 

17

18

19

20

A

System Design

Analysis Explanation of the task and the relevance to choice of software.  

1

Design A written/diagrammatic representation/plan of the proposed solution.  

1

Implementation Printouts/photographic evidence of the solution.  

1

Testing Evidence that the product has been checked to make sure that it does what was intended.  

1

Evaluation Evidence of how well the solution meets its intentions in terms of its efficiency, ease of use, and appropriateness to the task. Indication of improvements made during development.  

1

Total Mark /25

Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar

5 marks

0

less than reasonable (difficult to understand) + no specialist terms

1

reasonable accuracy + limited range of specialist terms

2 / 3

considerable accuracy + good range of specialist terms

4 / 5

faultless accuracy + wide range of terms & grammatical structure