I have tried a variety of feedback formats for Literature Circles and Book Clubs, and after various attempts, this simple sheet is what I find to be most effective. Rather than having students grade one another, I encourage them to offer 'kind and honest' feedback to their group members about how their behavior and input affected the meeting. This, I have found, is much more developmentally appropriate in terms of eliciting true feedback, as opposed to having students give one another a number grade. The way I look at it, number grades tied to behavior during the group meetings are my responsibility as a teacher. But for encouraging students to modify and improve their behavior in the future, or encourage positive behavior, simple peer to peer descriptive feedback seems to be most effective.