Today, we started the day off by learning how to use student generated success criteria to give our peers descriptive feedback. Teachers modelled what the process could look like and gave examples of descriptive feedback. Students also contributed by giving descriptive feedback to artwork completed by one of our students. Being able to give descriptive feedback to our peers is an important step in the learning process. We also continued our inquiry into electricity and magnetism by by watching an interesting documentary to help build our background knowledge! #TheLearningNeverStops
IMPORTANT: Return signed PROGRESS REPORT envelopes TOMORROW!
- Complete any 4 questions from the percent worked problems handout (click)
- Complete any unfinished assignments (YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!)
2.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Today, we started the peer feedback process with our Roy Lichtenstein-inspired Onomatopoeia art. Of course, as you all know, this is a key component of our 'BIG 6 Learning Principles'!
- After you complete this process, you will create a final piece of art after responding to the descriptive feedback.
- In paragraph form, explain how you think this will help push your learning forward so you can improve your artwork!
- Be sure to include at least 2 examples of feedback you have already received to improve your work. (If you haven't had a peer give you feedback yet, simply use your self-assessment as your examples. This can be something you noticed you needed to do to improve your art based on the success criteria).
- Give one student 2 suggestions on the Givens (Spelling, capitals, sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation.
- Respond to any suggestions/feedback you receive and edit/revise your post.