Build your students' collaboration and critical thinking skills with these peer and self evaluation forms. Students will develop constructive criticism skills and can give each other feedback in a wide range of presentation settings. Three differentiated versions of this form allow for skill-building throughout the year. (grades 6-10)
What You Get:
Version 1: Three yes/no presentation requirements ("Made eye contact", etc.) and plus/delta feedback
Version 2: Rating checklist for five presentation skills (eye contact, articulation, posture, etc.) and plus/delta feedback
Version 3: Rating checklist and comments section for five presentation skills and plus/delta feedback
These presentation feedback forms are meant to be printed double-sided and then cut in half. Each half sheet will have one self review sheet and three peer review sheets. Students learn plus/delta feedback and how to write constructive responses.
Additionally, you'll find self-evaluation questions that can be used with any project! This is an excellent chance for students to reflect on their overall project.
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