In the first part of this lesson, The Fishbowl, my students observed an exemplary peer review session. The Guiding Question asks that they begin thinking about they type of feedback that can be given to peers. Of course, this isn't the first time they are hearing the terms "warm" and "cool" feedback: my collaborative teacher and I were intentional in our modeling of that in the Fishbowl lesson.
The biggest chunk of this lesson is the Peer Review. Very briefly, before my students are released to do this work, I have them review what the Fishbowl Exemplary Peer Review looked like. What kinds of things were their teachers asking? What was the body language like? How much warm and cool feedback was given?
Then, in order to guide their thinking and the discussion, I give them the Short Story Peer Review guide. They fill this out as they have their discussion.
The end of the lesson shits the focus away from my students being exemplary peer reviewers, and has them begin to think about their next step as a writer. The fill out the Revision Plan, which has them reflect on and synthesize what their partner said about their piece, and create goals for the revision process.