When marking whole class work, try giving on overview sheet containing DIT questions, common misconceptions and SPAG errors. You can also celebrate success in the sheet, or direct people to 'experts' who may be able to help with aspects of DIT. Fill in the sheet as you mark, then give each student a copy when you return the work. Your individual marking then becomes much quicker and students still get great quality feedback and personalised DIT.
The example below is a fairly simple format - each sheet can be personalised to meet the needs of the assessment or class.
This is an excellent and easy to use idea for effective peer feedback. The students are provided with a mark scheme or rubric and asked to do three things in response to a peer's work:
ACCEPT - tick the aspects of your friend's work that you accept.
CHALLENGE - place a small triangle next to anything that you would question. the write the question at the end of the work, or in the work if there is room.
EXTEND - place an asterix next to any points which you feel need edvelopment in order to fully expplain or meet the demands of the mark scheme.
AT the end of the work students can write an overall comment and give the mark that they feel the student has achieved at this stage (if appropriate). the work can then be returned for DIT before submission to you.
(Click here for more information)
To submit a post for this page, please send your post and any relevant links or resources to email@example.com