NCEA Level 3 Samoan (91566) 2014 — Page 1

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Assessment Schedule – 2014
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Sāmoan: Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended Sāmoan
written and/or visual texts (91566)
Evidence Statement
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Question One
Shows no or limited understanding of the text
Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist
of the text or is logically inconsistent, indicating misunderstanding
of the gist of the text.
Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text
Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of
the text without being able to develop explanatory answers –
demonstrates understanding.
Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and
communicates them unambiguously
Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine
detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding.
Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information,
ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the
implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer that shows understanding of nuance and
meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates
thorough understanding.
N1
Very little valid information
N2
Little valid information
A3
Some valid information – just examples given
A4
A range of valid information and an attempted valid explanation
M5
Explanation supported by information from the text
M6
Full explanation supported by information from the text
E7
A justified answer
E8
A fully justified answer
N Ø No response or no valid evidence
Specific evidence
This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an
indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are
based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of
individual lexical items.
E tāua le vā tapuia o mātua ma fānau i le manatu o le tusitala o le
lagimalie po o le sōloga lelei lea o mea uma, pe a lelei le vā o mātua
ma fānau. O le fa’ata’ita’iga ‘afai e a’oa’o lelei e mātua fānau ma
usita’i fānau i mātua, e sōloga lelei lava mea uma o le ‘āiga. E tele
nisi fa’ata’ita’iga o lo’o ‘aumai e le tusitala.
The relationship based on respect between parents and children is
important because this is the lagimalie or the core of a family in
harmony. Eg: Peace and harmony in the family is achieved when parents
carry out their role of teaching their children values and children in
turn listen and obey.
April 1915: He died in the Gilbert Islands.
This information is question-specific.
Question Two
Shows no or limited understanding of the text
Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist
of the text or is logically inconsistent, indicating misunderstanding
of the gist of the text.
Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text
Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of
the text without being able to develop explanatory answers –
demonstrates understanding.
Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and
communicates them unambiguously
Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine
detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding.
Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information,
ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the
implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer that shows understanding of nuance and
meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates
thorough understanding.
N1
Very little valid information
N2
Little valid information
A3
Some valid information
A4
A range of valid information and an attempted valid explanation
M5
Explanation supported by information from the text
M6
Full explanation supported by information from the text
E7
A justified answer
E8
A fully justified answer
N Ø No response or no valid evidence
Specific evidence.
This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an
indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are
based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of
individual lexical items.
E tāua talatu’u a Sāmoa e pei fo’i o isi atunu’u ‘auā e fa’amatala mai
ai e tagata lo lātou si’osi’omaga pe fa’apēfea ona ‘amata mai, ma e
iloa ai fo’i e tupulaga o lo’o soifua mai nei le loloto o aganu’u a
Sāmoa. E tatau ona fa’aauau pea tala na tu’u taliga mai e tua’ā i aso
ua mavae. O le fa’ata’ita’iga o le ‘amataga o le igoa ‘Sale’imoa.’
Myths and legends are significant in Samoan and any other culture
because it is a cultural explanation of one’s environment. It is also
important because they have been verbally passed on through
generations. Young people have a duty to preserve and continue telling
these stories, eg: How the name ‘Saleimoa’ originated.
This information is question-specific.
Question Three
Shows no or limited understanding of the text
Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist
of the text or is logically inconsistent, indicating misunderstanding
of the gist of the text.
Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text
Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of
the text without being able to develop explanatory answers –
demonstrates understanding.
Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and
communicates them unambiguously
Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine
detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding.
Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information,
ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the
implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer that shows understanding of nuance and
meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates
thorough understanding.
N1
Very little valid information
N2
Little valid information
A3
Some valid information
A4
A range of valid information and an attempted valid explanation
M5
Explanation supported by information from the text
M6
Full explanation supported by information from the text
E7
A justified answer
E8
A fully justified answer
N Ø No response or no valid evidence
Specific evidence
This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an
indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are
based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of
individual lexical items.
E iloa le āmio fa’aaloalo o le tagata i lana tu – ‘aua le tu i luma o
tagata, ‘aua le ‘ai tu, ‘aua le tautala tu. E iloa le tagata i lana
savali – ia fai le ‘upu ‘tulou’, ia oso ‘ese ma tagata. E iloa le
tagata i lana nofo – ‘aua le u tua i tagata, ia fātai vae, ia nofo i
lalo ma tautala, ia nofo i tua ma fai fe’au. E iloa le tagata i lana
tautala – ia tautala fa’aaloalo, ia e talanoa i lau lava tupulaga, ia
iloa le taimi e te tautala ai.
Etiquette – do not stand in front of people, do not eat standing up,
sit down when speaking, say ‘tulou’ when passing others, walk well
away from others, do not sit with your back to others, sit at the back
when serving elders, speak with respect at the right time.
This information is question-specific.
Question Four
Shows no or limited understanding of the text
Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist
of the text or is logically inconsistent, indicating misunderstanding
of the gist of the text.
Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text
Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of
the text without being able to develop explanatory answers –
demonstrates understanding.
Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and
communicates them unambiguously
Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine
detail and nuance. – demonstrates clear understanding.
Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information,
ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the
implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer that shows understanding of nuance and
meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates
thorough understanding.
N1
Very little valid information
N2
Little valid information
A3
Some valid information
A4
A range of valid information and an attempted valid explanation
M5
Explanation supported by information from the text
M6
Full explanation supported by information from the text
E7
A justified answer
E8
A fully justified answer
N Ø No response or no valid evidence
Specific evidence
This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an
indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are
based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of
individual lexical items.
O le tagata Sāmoa po o fea lava e alu iai e toe fo’i mai lava i lona
‘āiga ‘auā fai mai le ‘upu a le atunu’u ‘O le tagata ma lona ‘āiga o
le tagata fo’i ma lona fa’asinomaga.’ Afai e leai sou ‘āiga, e leai
fo’i sou fa’avae ma sou lagolago. E pei lava o le āmio a le toloa, po
o fea lave e lele iai, e fo’i mai lava i le vai ‘auā e inu ai, e
tā’ele ai, e fiafia fo’i iai.
The Sāmoan person is likened to the bird the toloa because wherever
one goes, one will always return to one’s family as it is their base,
guide, and support. Without family, a Samoan person is regarded as
being aimless and nought. The toloa likewise always returns to water
because it is its source of life.
This information is question-specific.
Cut Scores
Not Achieved
Achievement
Achievement
with Merit
Achievement
with Excellence
Score range
0 – 8
9 – 16
17 – 24
25 – 32