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Drafting example

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This is an example of student drafting a practical write up in science.The first draft was critiqued via a teacher led session the second was done independently. The annotations show where …

This is an example of student drafting a practical write up in science.The first draft was critiqued via a teacher led session the second was done independently. The annotations show where improvements are to be found

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  • 1. Draft 1Discussionswith teacherwhile studentcritique onean others work
  • 2. Teacher providedfeedback- identified line of best fit. An opportunity to teach
  • 3. Start of studentcritique on draftone.This wasstructured and ledby the teacherswhile studentsworked in pairs.
  • 4. Student tostudentcritiquefeedback.Specific about what didn’t link Literacy and thinking connectivesLove the content review Again specific
  • 5. The use of highlighting ensuresSelf directed feedback isstudent to specificstudent critique!A great sign thatthe critiquing Love theculture is taking could use-hold signalling kind feedback Again content knowledge Again kind – maybe...
  • 6. Specific Kind and helpful
  • 7. Clearer prediction Linkingindependent and dependant variable. No Misconception about heat in prediction. More consistent use of appropriate vocabulary
  • 8. Greater level of detail allowing the method to be followed Idea of monitoring other factors
  • 9. Range made clearPrecision of method considered
  • 10. Data processed- difference and patterns calculatedConclusion uses data to describe pattern, link independentvariable and dependent variable