Peer Editing Classroom Freebies Too: Love this idea! Just change "writer" to "artist" for an art critique. -- This is a great activity to grab the students attention and allow them to use critical thinking by engaging in peer-collaboration.
This is how I set up peer review for AP, but it could work for any class. I number across desks with sticky notes (you know I love them! ) for how many students I have in class. I use washi tape to cover the names because it comes off easily afterwards, and it's not see-through (but most of all bc it's pretty!). Then, I give each paper two sticky notes. I distribute the papers and the holistic rubric, and the students read and provide comments on the sticky notes. Once they're done, they pu
This packet includes the and grade versions of a complete 6 Traits rubric that assesses eight Common Core Standards. The 6 traits categories are segmented according to each of the eight standards. An argument writing transition list,
Peer revision-Many kids don’t know what or where to mark when reading another student’s work. Neon revision is an approach that can really help. From Peer Editing and Revising Strategies That Really Work.