What to do:
When marking examination papers/assessments/students work instead of writing the same feedback over and over, simply give each question a mark/score and try this...
- Write a list of feedback points, focusing on exam specific feedback and generic SPaG comments, these can be as detailed as you like!
- Display the points to your class, I do here on my classblog: www.cheneyre.edublogs.org, but printing them out a page of 'feedback', works too!
- Ask students to go through your list and write down the feedback where it applies to their work, next to where it applies.
- Ask them to then correct areas that can be quickly changed?
- I then run feedback surgeries where students can come and see me for greater detail/explanation/clarification. These are at break and lunch times. It is compulsory for some students.
- I also provide all students a copy of the mark scheme. Which I run through with them.
- I am also giving students a completed, annotated, handwritten examination paper too. This is to model what a Good One Looks Like!
Click here for a whole range of ideas to do with Marking and Feedback!
This idea is similar to my post to do with common spelling mistakes. Click here!
Here is my blog about Way I Do Recall- I try to make sure feedback isn't instant, and mock exam feedback isn't straight away!
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