Write a case-story, supported by the literature relating to English pedagogy and assessment, that analyses
and evaluates your experience of engaging in this process. (2,000 words)
Using your understanding of the purpose and form of the case-story from Week 4’s learning materials, write
a detailed case-story that describes and explains, analyses and evaluates each stage of your experience of
the process of designing your own task, trialing and giving feedback on another teacher’s task, determining
what insights you gained from undertaking a learning and assessment task as ‘as a student’ — how will you
improve your original task in the light of what you have experienced by undertaking a task ‘as a student’?
example, on Venus, where heat and sunlight are more intense than on our planet, the climate situations are very encouraging and favorable to love affairs. The Venusians (named Céladons and Silvandres) are intelligent and lively but all are sterile, except a very little number of procreators and the Queen who is tremendously productive. Millions of offspring are descended from her and this fact is quite parallel to the bee kingdom on the Earth. The Marchioness seems very amazed! Fontenelle passes very little time on the case of Mars, a planet which seems to be very much alike to the Earth. According to him, Mars has nothing extraordinary and it’s not worth mentioning it. But, Jupiter, Saturn and their moons seem to be more interesting and are worthy of being habitable. The inhabitants of Saturn whose are very far from the Sun are very wise and phlegmatic. They never laugh and they require a whole day to answer the least question one asks them. What about far away in the universe? All the stars are so many su>GET ANSWER