The formative assessment should help promote learning and the development of competence in the programme subjects. The pupils demonstrate and develop competence in English 1 when they communicate and interact in a nuanced and accurate manner with fluency and coherence, both orally and in writing, adapted to the purpose, audience and situation. They also demonstrate and develop competence when they create different types of texts and when they use sources in a critical, appropriate and accountable way.
The teacher facilitates pupil participation and encourages the desire to learn by using a variety of strategies and learning resources to develop pupils’ reading skills, and (as well as?) oral and writing skills. The pupils are given the opportunity to experience that experimenting on their own and with others is part of learning a new language. The teacher shall have conversations with the pupils regarding their development in English and the pupils shall have the opportunity to learn by trial and error. Based on the competence demonstrated by the pupils, they are given the opportunity to express what they believe they can accomplish and reflect on their own academic development. The teacher provides guidance on further learning to enable the pupils to use the guidance provided to develop their reading skills, writing skills, and oral and digital skills in the subject.