Comparison of two sets of school rules from different historical periods
This evidence of a pupil's work in reading and the teacher's assessment exemplifies the level judgement of a pupil working at secure level 6 in Year 9.
These comments on two sets of school rules, one contemporary, the other dating from 1701, clearly identify similarities in purpose and form and then explore differences in expression and what this implies in terms of attitudes and relationships within the schools. Some features of typography and layout typical of this kind of public information notice are identified and then the differing modes of address to the reader are explored. The use of imperatives in the 1701 text is contrasted with the reliance more on modals in the modern one (AF5). There is some comment on the relationship between teachers and taught implied by the two texts in the second paragraph but this is not developed in detail. The response fully meets the level 6 for AF 7 and begins to address some of those for AF 5.