In my never-ending quest to try peer assessment and critique ideas, I decided to trial ‘What’s Missing’. The aim is for my GCSE pupils to work on developing model answers through improving their peers’ exam question answers.
A rather simple idea, where pupils answer an exam question and leave 5/6 lines between each paragraph so that their partner can add improvements to effectively level up the paragraph. Another way is to answer question on A4 paper and cut it out and stick into books to improve.
This has been beneficial to many of my students as it pushes them to re-read their notes and find ways to improve an answer, regardless whether it has achieved a U or A*.
Attached is resource ppt.
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