Reflection: Rigor Peer Feedback - Section 2: Peer Feedback Begins


I expect students to leave quality responses.  The positive response should be specific – not just “good job.”  In this way students are applying knowledge that they have  gained through classroom instruction.  It seems that they can easily identify others errors vs their own errors.  When you watch the students respond to their peers on paper, they do take it more seriously than when they just talk in groups.

  Not just "Nice Job!"
  Rigor: Not just "Nice Job!"
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Peer Feedback

Unit 2: Writing
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT engage in a written discussion of suggestions to improve and modify one's writing.

Big Idea: What do other students suggest? In other words -- Peer Feedback!

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