I have made a badminton peer assessment sheet which includes visual demonstrations of each skill being performed along with a tick list for the teaching points students can work their way down the list and tick off. The sheet can also be adapted and used for recapping TP’s. The sheet also includes a written task at the end where students can use the assessment tick sheet to highlight areas for improvement ready for their end assessment or next lesson The skills in the worksheet are listed below Forehand Serve Backhand Serve Underarm Clear Overhead Clear Smash Basic Drop Shop Court Movements
A great document for students to mark and assess their peer’s artwork. Add one of these to the end of an art project to help your students better understand their successes. Could also be used to assess artwork during museum/gallery trips! Download the 4 PACK ART CRITIQUE BUNDLE £2.99 Get up to 40% off my Resources at www.FeedingStickFigures.com This is a one-sided printable illustrated by Mrs. Little
Display this powerpoint at the end of a lesson. It shows symbols used for self assessment and a range of sentence starters for pupils to record in their books for both self and peer assessment. The sentence starters are general and should be applicable to all subjects. Saves a lot of time rather than recording red pen questions for individual children.
A self & peer assessment question stem toolkit designed to be used as an oracy-based learning activity. The toolkit aims to promote student independence, resilience and deeper metacognition through use of question stems and prompts. Check out my other exciting resources by clicking the link below https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=2851879 Featured resource: “Metacognition Flow Chart Toolkit” A question-based flow chart to promote metacognition to promote student independence and resilience. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/metacognition-flow-chart-toolkit-12027491 Please leave a review if you like my resource.
Used in Y6 to support peer assessment.
A simple worksheet to introduce students to peer assessment. Used for a completed homework, students had to decide what the marking criteria would be, before marking a piece of homework. It helped to stop advice simply being 'write neater' or 'write more'. Can easily be adapted for other peer assessment activities.
A guide to peer assessment and providing meaningful written feedback. Includes MFL marking codes and peer assessment grids for writing and for the role play part of the exam.
A checklist for students to use to assess each others' PowerPoint and give useful feedback
Checklist of coaching points that can be used by peers to assess performance from a safe distance
Here is some peer assessment sheets for basketball.
Peer assessment production line. Helpful for students to follow when peer-assessing each other's work.
This resource specifically looks at the straight drive in cricket. It provides a description of the technique of the straight drive and also allows students to assess their partner from beginner to professional lesson. WWW/EBI
Peer assessment tool to allow learners to see their strengths and areas of improvement. Choose the learners so that it is being fair and inclusive
An easy template for students to complete when peer assessing work. The tick boxes are taken from non-negotiable for years 5/6 in English but could easily be altered to suit your activity.
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A great way for students to assess each other's batting technique in rounders. This can be easily modified to fit in with your current 'assessing without levels' format. If laminated, these can be used again and again and wiped clean after. A simple 'tick' checklist allows students to see where their strengths and weaknesses are.
A resource created for non-performers during Tennis, but can be used as a peer assessment sheet.
These peer assessment cards have been created to encourage students to provide effective peer assessment and develop their knowledge of key Drama terms. These can be used by KS3 or KS4 learners and can be used in various ways. Each card has a Drama skill, definition and questions to assist students in forming their feedback. I have also included a PowerPoint slide which I used to reinforce the instructions to the learners.
A blank, attractive peer assessment template which takes the form of two stars and a wish. Can be used across all subjects/subject areas.
Fantastic peer assessment recourse that encourages pupil to become the teacher! Focus: defending My KS4s love this resource but could be adapted for KS3 too
Peer assessment cards to help students improve each others performance.