Using Checklists and Rubrics for Task-Based Instruction

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Students need guidance in offering and accepting feedback. When we use Task-Based Instruction to teach or review parts of our content, we have an opportunity to have students work hands-on and complete a task. The quality and components of the task become the criteria for formative or summative assessment. We can use checklists and rubrics to offer self, peer, or teacher assessment and feedback. This teacher resource takes you through some basic steps to develop a TBI activity with a checklist. The checklist you create serves as success criteria for feedback and assessment.
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