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  • Students show us what they know – if they only know 50% of a topic that is all they will show us. Why would they want to fail? We cannot ask students to critique what they don’t know.
  • Use a vocabulary wall – make sure pupils use this language
  • Helps concrete their knowledge as well as that of the student they are helping.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eypZnajNdmQ
  • Use x factor to introduce – they are good at creating helpful comments for this and being very specific. Think about the difference between Twitter/Facebook and ebay – which one is public critique.

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  • TYPICAL PEER ASSESSMENT?Examples of peer assessment from year 7 and 9x3– Using success criteria
  • PUBLIC CRITIQUEBased on Ron Berger’s theory of feedback.oBe KindoBe SpecificoBe Helpful
  • PUBLIC CRITIQUEBE KINDIts essential that students feel safe in this critiquingenvironment.Students and teachers need to be vigilant against anyhurtful comments: including sarcasm.Ideally a Public Critique protocol (of these rules) isexplained and agreed by all.
  • PUBLIC CRITIQUEBE SPECIFIC Comments like "your work is good" and "I like it" are notuseful.Important to focus on vocabulary building in the critiqueprocess."if we picture our critique as surgically dissecting a piece ofwork to improve it, our vocabulary is our kit of surgical tools. Ifwe only have words like its good or its bad we are trying todo surgery with a meat cleaver. If we want to dissect the workcarefully and put it back together well, we need a kit ofprecise tools" Ron Berger
  • PUBLIC CRITIQUEBE HELPFULThe goal is to help the individual student and the classand not for the critic to be heard.Students should critique the work and learning, notthe student.
  • AFTER PUBLIC CRITIQUE
  • THE IMPORTANT BIT
  • THE BEST EXAMPLE OF PUBLICCRITIQUE
  • THREE WAYS OF USING PUBLICCRITIQUEGallery - use post it notes around the roomIn depth – as a class critiquing the same sourcePeer CritiqueRon Berger suggests peer critique will happen mosteffectively if pupils first carry out an in depth critiquetogether; both before and after peer critique.
  • FOR MORE INFO… Buy Ron Berger’s book – An Ethic of Excellence: http://www.amazon.com/Ethic-Excellence-Building-Craftsmanship-Students/dp/0325005966/ref=la_B001IGNKPW_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1350767537&sr=1-1 Read work by Darren Mean or Neal Watkin See Tait Cole’s blog http://taitcoles.wordpress.com/ Use other techinques too: Medal, Mission, Goal SAME (Simple, accurate, measurable & engaging) One Schools example:http://superteacherborntoteach.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/picture14.jpg Good, Great, Even Better! Public Critique