Struggling with peer critiques in art class or not sure where to start? This pair of resources includes a handout for peer critiques and also a corresponding set of tips for having your own peer critique in the visual art classroom. These resources are geared for secondary level learners including middle and high school. The handout for the peer critiques is divided into 4 boxes with instructions to cut them out. Each box has a set of questions which were carefully thought out to provide students with a non-threatening way to provide feedback to their peers.
I have used these in all of my visual art classes and every time the critique goes smoothly and students actually seem to like it! These resources give students a chance to give and receive feedback on their work hitting common core and many state visual arts standards.
Use these resources how you want! Use this handout for art history lessons or when showing students new works of art by different artists. It doesn't have to be a peer critique! You can edit the .docx version of the peer critique sheet to your liking.
What's Included in this Listing?
-Peer critique sheets (.docx)
-Peer critique sheets (.pdf)
-Peer critique tips (.docx)