Anyone? We are doing presentations on ANSC careers. I want them to pay attention.
You could let your students know that any material given during a students lecture may be on a test. Then, while a student is giving their presentation, you could take down two or three questions to ask the students after, and discuss it.
One of my co-teachers has the students use the ABC method. Students write somthing for each letter. I think this was for a movie or guest speaker presentations.
For me part of their grade was coming up with at least 1 or 2 questions for the presenter. Also the information presented was fair game for the test or quiz.
Hope this helps a little.
I ended up doing the chart below. We will see if it works
Thanks for sharing what you came up with! I think I will use it for my Ag career presentations.
Worked well for me Hope it did for you as well!
Before the students present I have them create their own rubrics about what a quality presentation should look like. Once I have agreed and they have agreed, I tell them that they will evaluate each other based on this rubric. Students must then submit a feedback rubric to every other presenter with at least 2 positive constructive comments. The bundle of critiques is handed in and I give students a grade for peer review. Then, I assemble a packet for each child that lets them know what their peers thought. One word of caution...If students think they are actually affecting each others grades they may be less prone to give honest feedback for a variety of reasons(Don't want to get friends mad...may feel bad about criticizing someone, etc) Assure them that you are grading them on their own ability to evaluate a presentation in a critical manner.
Note: I also have them take a minute to critique their own and suggest a grade. They have to "defend" their grade by citing examples and using the rubric. Funny thing is that they are MUCH harder on themselves than I would ever be but the system works and I haven't had a student accuse me of "giving" them a grade in years. Now they explain in terms of what they actually earned.
This is a Peer Evaluation Form that I created for my students in my Greenhouse & Floriculture class. I then took their average and made it part of their total points for that presentation. This is super simple and could be added to or changed to fit any presentation.
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