Comparison of the balcony scene in two film versions of 'Romeo and Juliet'
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.
This response explores the techniques used by two directors in their setting for the balcony scene in film versions of Romeo and Juliet. A variety of appropriate details from the two versions of the scene are selected with some brief comment that begins to describes the effect of these directorial decisions. Whilst the differences between the two versions of the settings are clearly described, the comment is not tied particularly closely to either action or language in the scene. The response just meets the level 6 criterion.