Reflection: Checks for Understanding Peer Feedback, Day 2 - Section 2: Active Engagement


By having students give feedback in this way, I can assess what standards students are still struggling with. For example, during the first rotation I did not have one student ask, "What is a counter argument again?" During the fourth rotation I received a lot of questions about the differences of ethos, logos and pathos. I noted that I needed to review this before they wrote their final draft tomorrow. 

I have done peer feedback with one peer looking at the whole rubric, which also has it merits, but this way my check for understanding is more organized. 

  Peer Feedback as a Check for Understanding
  Checks for Understanding: Peer Feedback as a Check for Understanding
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Peer Feedback, Day 2

Unit 9: Drafting, Finalizing and Celebrating Our Persuasive Essays
Lesson 13 of 15

Objective: SWBAT to use peer feedback by getting advice on all of the different components of their persuasive essay.

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