Jen Hopwood's Shop
Jen Hopwood's Shop
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I am a secondary English teacher with a background in literature and historical English (etymology and old languages). I currently work at an International school teaching IGCSE and IB.

pptx, 2.05 MB
pptx, 2.05 MB
This is a one-off lesson that I used regularly in my teaching, either at the end of a longer piece of written classwork or at the end of an assessment. I even use this for sixth form teaching when they are handing in essays.

The lesson involves:
- A broken-down success criteria sheet that can be altered depending on topic
- A PowerPoint that guides students through detailed peer-assessment
- Students are each given a skill to assess and will peer assess five other pieces of work in a carousel activity. This works best with tables of 6. At the end of the lesson each student's work will have been assessed for each skill and by 5 other people.
- Students will then improve their work based on this peer assessment before reflecting and showing their teacher where they feel they have improved their work the most.
- The teacher can then mark with minimal annotations and see if they agree with the peer assessment.

This lesson teaches itself once students have been trained into doing it!


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