Practice World Literature Paper English A1 HL World Literature Assignment Assessment Chart A: Selection of the Aspect and its Treatment The achievement level for this criterion is determ-ined primarily by the treatment of ideas, not the se-lection of the aspect. How well has the candidate defined the aspect chosen? How appropriate is the aspect chosen to the as-signment? How well has the aspect chosen been explored in relation to the assignment? To what extent has the candidate expressed a rel-evant personal response? B Knowledge and Understanding of Work(s) How well does the candidate know the work(s) studied? How much understanding has the candidate shown of the work(s) studied in relation to the assignment? To what extent does the candidate appreciate the cultural setting relevant to the assignment, where appropriate? C: Presentation Levels 3-5 are awarded only to candidates who have remained within the prescribed word-limit. How effectively has the candidate presented the as-signment? How precise and relevant are the candidate’s refer-ences? How detailed and meaningful is the statement of in-tent provided, where appropriate? Has the candidate remained within the prescribed word-limit? D: Language How clear is the candidate’s written expression? How well has the candidate observed the conven-tions of written work? (The conventions of written work relate to elements such as paragraphing, grammar, spelling, citation of references.) How appropriate is the register selected by the can-didate for the particular assignment? (Register refers, in this context, to the candidate’s sensitivity to elements such as the vocabulary, tone, sentence structure and idiom appropriate to the task.)0 The candidate has not reached level 1.0 The candidate has not reached level 1.0 The candidate has not reached level 1.0 The candidate has not reached level 1. 1
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