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- Sayed Rafatswalehati Arabic and Qur'an with tajweed
- Urdu (Reading and Writing)
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- Kindergarten English
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- All subject primary level
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- Urdu & Islamiyat
Assalamualaikum wa rehmatullahi wa barakatuhu. My name is Sayed Rafat swalehati Hope you are doing well, I'm from India. I am a teacher of Arabic language and tajweed rules for native and non-native speakers.I graduated with a Bachelors Degree in teaching specialist Arabic language and Islamic studies from Jamea tus swalehat University of...
- $ 48 – 96 / month
- Sabra Anjum Teacher
- Quran and Diniyaat
- Qaida Noorania
- Tajwedul Quran
- Urdu Academic
- Noorani Qaida
- Hifz e Quraan
- Nooraini Qaida
- Arabi and Quran
- Quran and Islam
- Hindi (CBSE 10th)
My name is Sabra Anjum. I am an alimah.I have completed my Quran madarsa Khadijatul lil banat and I have completed my graduation from it “I believe a strong foundation creates a significant impact in a student’s journey to learn Islam and it is a journey that is like none other than an explorer whose journey never ends” Mrs Sabra Anjum...
- $ 18 – 60 / month
- Muhammad Nadeem Noor MBBS, USMLE,MCAT
- English language and communication skills
- Primary classes
- Hifz e Quran
- O - Levels Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
- Pashto - Speaking, Writing and Reading
Hi, Dr Nadeem here, graduate of King Edward Medical University Lahore, the highest merit institution in Pakistan, passed USMLE step 1and preparing for step 2. I am available for online tutoring for both step 1 and 2. I have distinctions in various subjects and have a gold medal, 2nd position in SSC, 4th position in FSc in all over...
- $ 15 – 23 / hour
- Imtiaz Ali NETWORK ENGINEER
- Computer networking
- O Level Computer Science
- Windows and MS Office
- FortiGate Firewall
- Cisco packet tracer labs
- English (ICSE) - Written and Spoken
- English spoken and communication skills
HI, i am Imtiaz Ali, CCNA & CCNP,MCSA.MCSE and IELTS certified and have done MSC computer Sci from UK, working as Network Engineer, having working/Teaching,Computer,Networking,CCNA,CCNP,MCSE,English and IELTS experience about 7 years. Free DEMO on this before starting any course. FREE Exam preparations One time FREE Course Revision...
- $ 2 – 8 / hour
- Mohammad Sadiq Islamic Scholar,Hafiz,Alim,Mufti & Arabic Teacher
- Quran and Islamic studies
- Quraan Nazera and Hifz
- Arabic (Read, Write, Speak)
- Qur'an & Islamic duas
" In Learning You Will Teach, And In Teaching You Will Learn." Asslamu Alaikum! I am Mufti Mohammad Sadiq from Delhi, India. My Qualifications : ➡️Hifz : (From Delhi) ➡️Aalmiyat : ( From Nadwa Tul Ulama Lko ) ➡️Ifta. : ( From Nadwa Tul Ulama Lko) ➡️Graduation : ( From Lucknow University) ➡️D.El.Ed : ( From Jamia Millia Islamia...
- $ 0.0 / month
- Mohammad Shadab Hasan Hifz - e Quran, Nazra,Urdu,Arabic, And islamic stu
- Arabic Alphabet and Quraan recitation
- Quran and Nazra
- Quran (hafiz)
I have two years of teaching experience and still I'm learning to be better version of myself and I hope you guys get best of me coz i'm trying my best to elaborate things.. And you guys can know best about me by contacting me.... I teach in easy manner that everybody can relate and understand well. It's important for me to take care about every...
- $ 4 – 6 / week
- Fatima Teaching English and Urdu
- English & Literature
Being a dedicated, resourceful and goal-driven professional educator, I, Fatima Amir ( M.Phil. English Literature ), am here to offer my expertise as an online tutor with a solid commitment to the social and academic growth and development of every child/student. I have a vast teaching experience at school, college and at university level. My...
- $ 4 – 19 / hour
- Robina Ramzan Teacher
- Education (BEd & MEd, MA Education)
- Art & Design
I am online teacher۔I teach English language and urdu۔I aso teach the Holy Quran۔I am punctual in my work۔I take regular online classes۔ I am friendly with students۔I take reasonable fee۔I also teach education subjects ۔I have 8 years experience in online teaching۔I take regular classes in 7 days۔whenever I miss my class I take extra classes to...
- $ 30 – 56 / month
- Kaleemuddin Learn to recite the holy Quran With kaleem
- Quran Memorization, Nazera, Tajweed and islamic studies
- Qaida Noorani and Masnoon Duas
- Basic Noorani Qaida
Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh I hope you are well. I'm kaleemuddin, an Aalim. Graduated from DarulUloom Deoband in the year of 2018. alhamdulillah I've good teaching experience, Using easy ways for understanding. Teaching is my hobby. want to share my knowledge with others۔ Our prophet Mohammed ﷺ Said that خَيْرُكُمْ...
- $ 60 – 85 / month
- Molana Maroof Arbic. Quran vidh tajveed
- Arabi grammar
- Norani Qaida
- Qur'an & Tajweed
- Arabi and Quraan
السلام عليكم ورحمه الله وبركاته Myself Molana Qari Mohammad Maroof I'm Hafiz and Qari, I have the Ijazah of tajweed o Qiraat from Asia,s most popular islamic University Jamia Darul Uloom Deoband india. I have learned tajweed Rules and Recitation from india,s best teachers Alhamdulillah. I am very passionate to teach Quran, Arabic and tajweed. I...
- $ 36 – 72 / month
- Ahmad I can teach basic level Arabic, English,Quran and
- English Grammar
- English Typing
- Usool e tafseer
- Arabic and Quran
- Arabic grammar (sarf and Nahw)
- Ahadees of Prophet Muhammad PBUH
- InPage Urdu
- Urdu Typing
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I am very hard work teacher . I have a capability to make difficult questions easy .I want to give my 100% to students. You will find me much you thought inshallah . I can teach Arabic, English,usool e fiqh, Quran,Tarjama e Quran as I mentioned earlier. I will teach these things from authentic books .you can ask questions about what we learn via...
- $ 12 – 121 / month
- Md Muntazir Alam Nadvi Graduate.. Hafiz @ Alim
- Translate Arabic into English
- Hifaz ul Quran
Assalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh. Myself Mohd Muntazir Alam Nadwi. I am Hafiz e Quran, Aalim, Graduate in Arabic. Iam having B. Ed degree. Iam a good teacher and expert in Hifz, Arabic, Islamic Studies, Hadith and language translation(Arabic, Urdu, Hindi and English) and I have 3 years experience in teaching. I can teach students by...
- $ 36 – 60 / month
- Syeda Khadija Student of Aalma and Quran teacher
"The best among you (Muslim) are those who learn the quran and teach it." I have been teaching online Quran for 4 years..My teaching style is very different and untraditional. My timing and packages are very flexible. Students will definitely enjoy learning with me. The result of my teaching is in a short time students will able to read next...
- Furqani Quran, Tajweed, Arabic
I teach Quran online. I have Aalima degree from Jamia Al Furqan with principles of Tajweed I am experienced in one-on-one tutoring and group instruction. Committed to professional ethics, standards of practice and the care and education of young children. 6 years experience in teaching natural sciences, quran, social, arabic, urdu. I am...
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- $ 55 – 109 / month
- Mohd Ibraheem Urdu, Arabic and English languages and computer
- Urdu InPage
- CorelDRAW Graphics
Assalamu alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa brakatuh. I hope you are well. I'm Mohd Ibraheem. I did Alimat, Fazilat and Tajweed w Qirat from Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama Lucknow. And I did graduation from Aligarh Muslim University and post graduation from Lucknow University. I've been teaching online and offline for five years. I teach The Quran with...
- $ 36 – 181 / month
- Shawana Tayyab Teacher
- Financial Accounting
- Adobe Photoshop
- Quran and Tajweed
- Social Studies (SST)
- Principles of Accounting
- Pattern Making
- Fashion illustration (Manual)
- Maths (English Medium)
- Sketching Portraits
- English & Personalilty Development
- English (Intermediate)
Online Teacher: Graded student work, and maintained daily contact with students and parents via email, phone, or web cam • Maintained current and accurate records of students' grades, attendance, and course placement. • Determined course placement for students based on courses completed and academic performance and...
- $ 8 – 38 / hour
- Mujeeb Sir Mathematics and physics
. Mathematics And physics . High school level maths . Jr college level physics . Problem solving method . Tutored class 1 to 12 .worked as a private tutor for student staying a variety of maths and science courses and standardized maths and science exam . Tutored High school level mathematic ( Algebra, Geometry) and physics ....
- $ 12 – 60 / week
- Nadiya Teacher
- Islamic studies
- Tajweed Rules
Dear students myself Nadiya khan .I have completed my aalmiyat degree from the famous University of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama and I also hold degree of MA from Maulana Azad National Urdu University..I am keen interest in teaching...I have teaching experience of 6+ years ..my major language are Urdu ( reading and writing)and parsian and I am...
- $ 18 – 36 / month
- Pervaz Akhtar Master in Urdu History
- Islamiat, Urdu
As.salam-o-alaikum. My name is Pervaz Akhtar from Punjab, Pakistan. My opinion is, A good teacher is one who is educated as well as highly trained, recognizes the strengths and achievements of the students and to whom the students express their sincere ideas. A teacher with a compassionate heart who stays in the background but presents his...
- $ 23 – 35 / month
- Amina Gull I can teach English with full profficiency
- Urdu and Montessori
I can work and teach online by engaging my students through activities and fun so that my students don't get bored and enjoy learning new things. I've 6 years of teaching experience at school and 2 years of online teaching. I have good teaching skills as I can teach English, History, Islamic studies,Urdu reading and writing and Arabic reading with...
- $ 15 – 19 / hour
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1.2 Billion Surnames and Passwords: The New Target for Hackers
Cybercafé is on the rise. As companies try to protect their customers PI, criminals are trying to get it. Phenomenon Institute did a survey of how the information was affecting larger companies. Unfortunately the hackers are using the information to ruin their credit. Russian hackers obtained 1. 2 billion surnames and passwords. Well the best remedy would be to use cash for everything and keep off of databases.
It is easier said than done. As long as there is information available, for hackers to steal, then they will attempt to obtain it. Financial information especially has the hackers’ attention. The reason it is so appealing, especially a large corporation, there is an abundant of funds available. Not only is the information available, but they have gotten good at finding it. By the time it is noticeable that monies are being spent on the account, they move to another one. That is why financial information is so valuable to organized crime.
They an extort an exuberant amount of money not from one account, but also offer the information up for sale. If the people would not have so much information available, there would not be a market for it. The private information that should remain private is easily obtained. Therefore making it seem acceptable to organized crime to profit from it. They have graduated from other vicious crimes, like murder, to embezzling money from unsuspecting victims.
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Details about How To Write Urdu In MS Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 are given here. With the latest enhancement in technology, Microsoft Word has also introduced an Urdu typing feature for its users. Most people find it difficult to write in the Inpage Urdu and find another way to type Urdu without using Inpage. For all those and many others, we have brought here all the procedures by which you can write Urdu in your MS Office. This will help you to write Urdu easily in MS Word if you follow the following simple steps to write Urdu in your MS Office and especially in your Docx documents. All the procedure to how to write Urdu in MS word for all the versions of the office is available here on this page.
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This Urdu Keyboard enables you to easily type Urdu online without installing Urdu keyboard . You can use your computer keyboard or mouse to type Urdu letters with this online keyboard.
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Press Shift for additional Urdu letters that are not visible on the keyboard.
For mobile phones and tablets, touch and hold inside the text area to copy the text. You can then paste the text in any app such as Facebook, Twitter, email, or search app.
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Written assignment meanings in Urdu
Written assignment meanings in Urdu is تحریری اسائنمنٹ Written assignment in Urdu. More meanings of written assignment, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.
Written assignment Definitions
Please find 1 English and definitions related to the word Written assignment.
- (noun) : an assignment to write something
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What are the meanings of Written assignment in Urdu?
Meanings of the word Written assignment in Urdu are . To understand how would you translate the word Written assignment in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Written assignment or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Written assignment synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Written assignment. If there is a match we also include idioms & quotations that either use this word or its translations in them or use any of the related words in English or Urdu translations. These idioms or quotations can also be taken as a literary example of how to use Written assignment in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.
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Online tool or Text Editor Online, such as Urdu editor, has become very popular among Urdu writers. Besides creating ease in typing, it can also be used online anywhere with internet access. Typing Urdu online using an Urdu keyboard online or Urdu Text Editor Online has become essential for avoiding any hassle.
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If you would like to write Urdu text on your computer in the form of a word document, you can copy and paste it into your file. Further, you can paste this simulated data to any messenger application and prepare your very own Urdu-language message.
There is an application designated for writing Pakistani Urdu, and the name of that application is Inpage. Moreover, Urdu lovers residing in the United States, UK, Saudi Arabia, Canada, and India will simultaneously find this application very useful and helpful.
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- 2022 revision support for learners: Higher German
- 2022 revision support for learners: Higher Italian
- 2022 revision support for learners: Higher Spanish
- 2022 revision support for learners: Higher Urdu
Past Papers and Marking Instructions
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Additional question papers resources
Illustrates the standard, structure and requirements of the question papers candidates will sit (includes marking instructions).
- Higher Cantonese Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Cantonese Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Cantonese Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Cantonese Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher French Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher French Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher French Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher French Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Gaelic (Learners) Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Gaelic (Learners) Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Gaelic (Learners) Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Gaelic (Learners) Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher German Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher German Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher German Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher German Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Italian Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Italian Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Italian Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Italian Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Traditional) Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Traditional) Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Traditional) Reading Specimen Question Paper > August 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Simplified) Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Simplified) Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Simplified) Reading Specimen Question Paper December 2018
- Higher Mandarin Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Spanish Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Spanish Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Spanish Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Spanish Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Urdu Directed Writing Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Urdu Listening Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Urdu Reading Specimen Question Paper August 2018
- Higher Urdu Listening (Recording) Specimen Question Paper August 2018
There were no exams in 2021. The 2020-21 question paper resources are, for most subjects, modified papers which reflect the modifications put in place for session 2020-21
Higher Cantonese question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher Cantonese question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher Cantonese question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher Cantonese listening transcript (270 KB) Higher Cantonese listening audio (22.56 MB)
Higher Cantonese listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher Cantonese reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher Cantonese writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher French question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher French question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher French question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher French listening transcript (270 KB) Higher French 25% listening audio (18.07 MB) Higher French listening audio (12.87 MB)
Higher French listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher French reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher French writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher Gaelic (Learners) question paper - listening (239 KB) Higher Gaelic (Learners) question paper - reading (677 KB) Higher Gaelic (Learners) question paper - writing (230 KB)
Higher Gaelic (Learners) listening transcript (199 KB) Higher Gaelic (Learners) listening audio (17.14 MB) Higher Gaelic (Learners) 25% listening audio (23.07 MB)
Higher Gaelic (Learners) marking instructions - listening (132 KB) Higher Gaelic (Learners) marking instructions - reading (140 KB) Higher Gaelic (Learners) marking instructions - writing (133 KB)
Higher German question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher German question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher German question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher German listening transcript (270 KB) Higher German 25% listening audio (17.20 MB) Higher German listening audio (22.56 MB)
Higher German listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher German reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher German writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher Italian question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher Italian question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher Italian question paper - writing (298 KB)
Higher Italian listening transcript (270 KB) Higher Italian 25% listening audio (14.93 MB) Higher Italian listening audio (22.56 MB)
Higher Italian listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher Italian reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher Italian writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher Mandarin-Simplified question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher Mandarin-Simplified question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher Mandarin-Simplified question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher Mandarin-Simplified listening transcript (263 KB) (270 KB) Higher Mandarin listening audio (21.63 MB)
Higher Mandarin-Simplified listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher Mandarin-Simplified reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher Mandarin-Simplified writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher Mandarin-Traditional question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher Mandarin-Traditional question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher Mandarin-Traditional question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher Mandarin-Traditional listening transcript (270 KB) Higher Mandarin listening audio (21.63 MB)
Higher Mandarin-Traditional listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher Mandarin-Traditional reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher Mandarin-Traditional writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher Spanish question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher Spanish question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher Spanish question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher Spanish listening transcript (270 KB) Higher Spanish 25% listening audio (23.48 MB) Higher Spanish listening audio (22.56 MB)
Higher Spanish listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher Spanish reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher Spanish writing marking instructions (125 KB)
Higher Urdu question paper - listening (212 KB) Higher Urdu question paper - reading (334 KB) Higher Urdu question paper - writing (260 KB)
Higher Urdu listening transcript (270 KB) Higher Urdu listening audio (22.56 MB)
Higher Urdu listening marking instructions (131 KB) Higher Urdu reading marking instructions (136 KB) Higher Urdu writing marking instructions (125 KB)
This section provides information on marking instructions and/or the coursework assessment task(s). It includes information that centres need to administer coursework and must be read in conjunction with the course specification.
Versions of the Answer Booklet PDF have been created for electronic completion of these workbooks. Please note, and candidates must be made aware, that the answer text boxes in these PDFs are a fixed size. If these are over-filled with text, the text reduces in size. Movement between pages requires the tab key to be used or by right-clicking on the next page.
- Higher Cantonese Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing November 2018
- Higher French Assignment Writing Answer Booklet August 2021
- Higher French Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing August 2021
- Higher Gaelic Learners Assignment Writing Answer Booklet August 2021
- Higher Gaelic Learners Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing August 2021
- Higher German Assignment Writing Answer Booklet August 2021
- Higher German Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing August 2021
- Higher Italian Assignment Writing Answer Booklet August 2021
- Higher Italian Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing August 2021
- Higher Mandarin (Simplified) Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing November 2018
- Higher Mandarin (Tradtional) Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing November 2018
- Higher Spanish Assignment Writing Answer Booklet August 2021
- Higher Spanish Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing August 2021
- Higher Urdu Assignment Writing Answer Booklet August 2021
- Higher Urdu Assignment Writing Answer Booklet - For Printing August 2021
Coursework assessment tasks for Higher Modern Languages
- Coursework assessment task for Higher Modern Languages Assignment Writing October 2019
- Coursework assessment task for Higher Modern Languages Performance Talking October 2019
- Guidance on conditions of assessment
Information on the production and submission of SQA-assessed coursework for National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher.
- Coursework for External Assessment (261 KB)
Understanding Standards ( Oct 2022 )
Please note: For session 2022-23 there are modifications to this course. Understanding Standards materials should therefore be viewed along with the National Course modification summary available in the Course information 2022-23 section.
Examples of candidate evidence with commentaries
- Gaelic learners
Examples of candidate evidence and commentaries for the talking performance assessment can be found on SQA's secure website and you can access these through your SQA co-ordinator.
Course assessment overview
Video overview of course assessment from session 2018-19.
- Download webinar (97.50 MB)
- Video overview (supplementary materials) - Discursive writing essay example (14 KB)
Changes to understanding standards materials
- Changes to published Understanding Standards materials for all subjects
Please note: Understanding Standards materials are regularly reviewed to ensure they remain up to date.
Additional resources session 2021-22
Please note: Additional Understanding Standards resources published during sessions 2020-2022 are currently under review.
New - new materials not previously published
Updated - published in 2020/21 but amended for 2021/22
Carried forward - published in 2020/21 carried forward to 2021/22
- Updated - Gathering evidence - audio presentation (24.95 MB)
- Updated - National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Assessment resource
Course reports ( 27/10/2022 )
Provides information on the performance of candidates - which is useful to teachers, lecturers and assessors in their preparation of candidates for future assessment.
- 2022 Higher Chinese Languages Course Report September 2022
- 2019 Higher Chinese Languages Course Report October 2019
- 2018 Higher Chinese Languages Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher Chinese Languages Course Report October 2017
- 2022 Higher French Course Report September 2022
- 2019 Higher French Course Report September 2019
- 2018 Higher French Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher French Course Report October 2017
- 2022 Higher Gaelic (Learners) Course Report October 2022
- 2019 Higher Gaelic (Learners) Course Report October 2019
- 2018 Higher Gaelic (Learners) Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher Gaelic Learners Course Report October 2017
- 2022 Higher German Course Report October 2022
- 2019 Higher German Course Report October 2019
- 2018 Higher German Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher German Course Report October 2017
- 2022 Higher Italian course report October 2022
- 2019 Higher Italian Course Report October 2019
- 2018 Higher Italian Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher Italian Course Report October 2017
- 2022 Higher Spanish Course Report October 2022
- 2019 Higher Spanish Course Report October 2019
- 2018 Higher Spanish Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher Spanish Course Report October 2017
- 2022 Higher Urdu Course Report October 2022
- 2019 Higher Urdu Course Report October 2019
- 2018 Higher Urdu Course Report September 2018
- 2017 Higher Urdu Course Report October 2017
- Modern Languages: Quality Assurance - external verification
2021 Key Messages
The Alternative Certification Model included a national quality assurance activity, carried out in May 2021.
This report provides information on any common themes and key points from the evidence submitted.
- Higher French 2020-21 key messages June 2021
- Higher German 2020-21 key messages June 2021
- Higher Mandarin 2020-21 key messages June 2021 Higher Spanish 2021-21 key messages June 2021
- Urdu Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2022
- Spanish Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2022
- German Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2022
- French Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2022
- Italian Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2022
- Mandarin (Simplified) Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2022
- Urdu Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2019 June 2019
- French Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2019 June 2019
- German Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2019 June 2019
- Cantonese and Mandarin Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2019 June 2019
- Italian Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2019 June 2019
- Spanish Qualification Verification Summary Report June 2019 June 2019
- Spanish Verification Key Messages Round 2 June 2017
- Italian Verification Key Messages Round 2 May 2017
- German Verification Key Messages Round 2 May 2017
- French Verification Key Messages Round 2 May 2017
- Gaelic Learners Verification Key Messages Round 2 September 2017
- 2017 Higher German Course Report October 2017
- 2017 Higher Spanish Course Report October 2017
- 2017 Higher Chinese Languages Course Report October 2017
- 2017 Higher Italian Course Report October 2017
- 2017 Higher Urdu Course Report October 2017
- 2017 Higher French Course Report October 2017
Additional CPD support
Where any particular areas of concern are identified, which are not addressed by our Understanding Standards events or support materials, we will offer free continuing professional development (CPD) training, subject to request. CPD support is subject-specific and can be tailored to cover one or more qualification level. To find out more about this service visit our CPD page .
Course Support ( 15/02/2023 )
Assessment resources summary - Higher Modern Languages session 2022-2023 (50 KB)
Understanding Standards Modern Languages: Gathering evidence (15.07 MB)
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Resources for Teachers: Creating Writing Assignments
This page contains four specific areas:
Creating Effective Assignments
Checking the assignment, sequencing writing assignments, selecting an effective writing assignment format.
Research has shown that the more detailed a writing assignment is, the better the student papers are in response to that assignment. Instructors can often help students write more effective papers by giving students written instructions about that assignment. Explicit descriptions of assignments on the syllabus or on an “assignment sheet” tend to produce the best results. These instructions might make explicit the process or steps necessary to complete the assignment. Assignment sheets should detail:
- the kind of writing expected
- the scope of acceptable subject matter
- the length requirements
- formatting requirements
- documentation format
- the amount and type of research expected (if any)
- the writer’s role
- deadlines for the first draft and its revision
Providing questions or needed data in the assignment helps students get started. For instance, some questions can suggest a mode of organization to the students. Other questions might suggest a procedure to follow. The questions posed should require that students assert a thesis.
The following areas should help you create effective writing assignments.
Examining your goals for the assignment
- How exactly does this assignment fit with the objectives of your course?
- Should this assignment relate only to the class and the texts for the class, or should it also relate to the world beyond the classroom?
- What do you want the students to learn or experience from this writing assignment?
- Should this assignment be an individual or a collaborative effort?
- What do you want students to show you in this assignment? To demonstrate mastery of concepts or texts? To demonstrate logical and critical thinking? To develop an original idea? To learn and demonstrate the procedures, practices, and tools of your field of study?
Defining the writing task
- Is the assignment sequenced so that students: (1) write a draft, (2) receive feedback (from you, fellow students, or staff members at the Writing and Communication Center), and (3) then revise it? Such a procedure has been proven to accomplish at least two goals: it improves the student’s writing and it discourages plagiarism.
- Does the assignment include so many sub-questions that students will be confused about the major issue they should examine? Can you give more guidance about what the paper’s main focus should be? Can you reduce the number of sub-questions?
- What is the purpose of the assignment (e.g., review knowledge already learned, find additional information, synthesize research, examine a new hypothesis)? Making the purpose(s) of the assignment explicit helps students write the kind of paper you want.
- What is the required form (e.g., expository essay, lab report, memo, business report)?
- What mode is required for the assignment (e.g., description, narration, analysis, persuasion, a combination of two or more of these)?
Defining the audience for the paper
- Can you define a hypothetical audience to help students determine which concepts to define and explain? When students write only to the instructor, they may assume that little, if anything, requires explanation. Defining the whole class as the intended audience will clarify this issue for students.
- What is the probable attitude of the intended readers toward the topic itself? Toward the student writer’s thesis? Toward the student writer?
- What is the probable educational and economic background of the intended readers?
Defining the writer’s role
- Can you make explicit what persona you wish the students to assume? For example, a very effective role for student writers is that of a “professional in training” who uses the assumptions, the perspective, and the conceptual tools of the discipline.
Defining your evaluative criteria
1. If possible, explain the relative weight in grading assigned to the quality of writing and the assignment’s content:
- depth of coverage
- critical thinking
- original thinking
- use of research
- logical demonstration
- appropriate mode of structure and analysis (e.g., comparison, argument)
- correct use of sources
- grammar and mechanics
- professional tone
- correct use of course-specific concepts and terms.
Here’s a checklist for writing assignments:
- Have you used explicit command words in your instructions (e.g., “compare and contrast” and “explain” are more explicit than “explore” or “consider”)? The more explicit the command words, the better chance the students will write the type of paper you wish.
- Does the assignment suggest a topic, thesis, and format? Should it?
- Have you told students the kind of audience they are addressing — the level of knowledge they can assume the readers have and your particular preferences (e.g., “avoid slang, use the first-person sparingly”)?
- If the assignment has several stages of completion, have you made the various deadlines clear? Is your policy on due dates clear?
- Have you presented the assignment in a manageable form? For instance, a 5-page assignment sheet for a 1-page paper may overwhelm students. Similarly, a 1-sentence assignment for a 25-page paper may offer insufficient guidance.
There are several benefits of sequencing writing assignments:
- Sequencing provides a sense of coherence for the course.
- This approach helps students see progress and purpose in their work rather than seeing the writing assignments as separate exercises.
- It encourages complexity through sustained attention, revision, and consideration of multiple perspectives.
- If you have only one large paper due near the end of the course, you might create a sequence of smaller assignments leading up to and providing a foundation for that larger paper (e.g., proposal of the topic, an annotated bibliography, a progress report, a summary of the paper’s key argument, a first draft of the paper itself). This approach allows you to give students guidance and also discourages plagiarism.
- It mirrors the approach to written work in many professions.
The concept of sequencing writing assignments also allows for a wide range of options in creating the assignment. It is often beneficial to have students submit the components suggested below to your course’s STELLAR web site.
Use the writing process itself. In its simplest form, “sequencing an assignment” can mean establishing some sort of “official” check of the prewriting and drafting steps in the writing process. This step guarantees that students will not write the whole paper in one sitting and also gives students more time to let their ideas develop. This check might be something as informal as having students work on their prewriting or draft for a few minutes at the end of class. Or it might be something more formal such as collecting the prewriting and giving a few suggestions and comments.
Have students submit drafts. You might ask students to submit a first draft in order to receive your quick responses to its content, or have them submit written questions about the content and scope of their projects after they have completed their first draft.
Establish small groups. Set up small writing groups of three-five students from the class. Allow them to meet for a few minutes in class or have them arrange a meeting outside of class to comment constructively on each other’s drafts. The students do not need to be writing on the same topic.
Require consultations. Have students consult with someone in the Writing and Communication Center about their prewriting and/or drafts. The Center has yellow forms that we can give to students to inform you that such a visit was made.
Explore a subject in increasingly complex ways. A series of reading and writing assignments may be linked by the same subject matter or topic. Students encounter new perspectives and competing ideas with each new reading, and thus must evaluate and balance various views and adopt a position that considers the various points of view.
Change modes of discourse. In this approach, students’ assignments move from less complex to more complex modes of discourse (e.g., from expressive to analytic to argumentative; or from lab report to position paper to research article).
Change audiences. In this approach, students create drafts for different audiences, moving from personal to public (e.g., from self-reflection to an audience of peers to an audience of specialists). Each change would require different tasks and more extensive knowledge.
Change perspective through time. In this approach, students might write a statement of their understanding of a subject or issue at the beginning of a course and then return at the end of the semester to write an analysis of that original stance in the light of the experiences and knowledge gained in the course.
Use a natural sequence. A different approach to sequencing is to create a series of assignments culminating in a final writing project. In scientific and technical writing, for example, students could write a proposal requesting approval of a particular topic. The next assignment might be a progress report (or a series of progress reports), and the final assignment could be the report or document itself. For humanities and social science courses, students might write a proposal requesting approval of a particular topic, then hand in an annotated bibliography, and then a draft, and then the final version of the paper.
Have students submit sections. A variation of the previous approach is to have students submit various sections of their final document throughout the semester (e.g., their bibliography, review of the literature, methods section).
In addition to the standard essay and report formats, several other formats exist that might give students a different slant on the course material or allow them to use slightly different writing skills. Here are some suggestions:
Journals. Journals have become a popular format in recent years for courses that require some writing. In-class journal entries can spark discussions and reveal gaps in students’ understanding of the material. Having students write an in-class entry summarizing the material covered that day can aid the learning process and also reveal concepts that require more elaboration. Out-of-class entries involve short summaries or analyses of texts, or are a testing ground for ideas for student papers and reports. Although journals may seem to add a huge burden for instructors to correct, in fact many instructors either spot-check journals (looking at a few particular key entries) or grade them based on the number of entries completed. Journals are usually not graded for their prose style. STELLAR forums work well for out-of-class entries.
Letters. Students can define and defend a position on an issue in a letter written to someone in authority. They can also explain a concept or a process to someone in need of that particular information. They can write a letter to a friend explaining their concerns about an upcoming paper assignment or explaining their ideas for an upcoming paper assignment. If you wish to add a creative element to the writing assignment, you might have students adopt the persona of an important person discussed in your course (e.g., an historical figure) and write a letter explaining his/her actions, process, or theory to an interested person (e.g., “pretend that you are John Wilkes Booth and write a letter to the Congress justifying your assassination of Abraham Lincoln,” or “pretend you are Henry VIII writing to Thomas More explaining your break from the Catholic Church”).
Editorials . Students can define and defend a position on a controversial issue in the format of an editorial for the campus or local newspaper or for a national journal.
Cases . Students might create a case study particular to the course’s subject matter.
Position Papers . Students can define and defend a position, perhaps as a preliminary step in the creation of a formal research paper or essay.
Imitation of a Text . Students can create a new document “in the style of” a particular writer (e.g., “Create a government document the way Woody Allen might write it” or “Write your own ‘Modest Proposal’ about a modern issue”).
Instruction Manuals . Students write a step-by-step explanation of a process.
Dialogues . Students create a dialogue between two major figures studied in which they not only reveal those people’s theories or thoughts but also explore areas of possible disagreement (e.g., “Write a dialogue between Claude Monet and Jackson Pollock about the nature and uses of art”).
Collaborative projects . Students work together to create such works as reports, questions, and critiques.