Feedback mark sheet

15 Sep

GIRL WITH PHONE

After research into Hattie’s literature on feedback and consultation with students and peers we devised a feedback form for use when students submit a piece of writing which states clearly what they’ve done well, what they need to improve on and how they can improve.

On the other side of the sheet are a generic set of criteria that should be aimed for in every written piece of work. If you print these off back to back and chop them in half then every time a student submits a piece of written work then you can mark effectively and rapidly. Also, the student is clear about how they can improve and the final section offers the opportunity for them to set a target.

As I’ve marked I’ve stapled the front sheet (copied in a bright colour for visibility) to the student’s work so they can see what they’ve done well immediately and so far it’s working well.

Please feel free to share and adapt and thanks to the working group who assisted in its development at Grimsby Institute.

GENERIC WRITING MARKING SCHEME

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