Peer feedback thesis

Here's an example. Let's say your goal is to help students recognize and construct assertion-plus-evidence arguments which are well-organized, error-free, effective, and convincing. You can devise a criteria grid ( Sample 1 , below) with these kinds of characteristics to guide students' feedback on their classmates' drafts. If you want fuller responses, you can leave more space for "Reader's Comments" and ask students to fill the space with specifics. Sample 2 (below) provides a more detailed criteria grid geared toward a research paper with appropriate format, style, and adequate references and citations. Such a grid provides many opportunities for more specific feedback. To prompt even fuller feedback, you can develop a list of open-ended questions . Some tips:

Peer feedback thesis

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