PEER EVALUATION OF TEAM PRESENTATION-LESSON CRITIQUE

 

Presentation Team Topic: ______ญญญญญญญญญ_______________________    Reviewer: _________________  Date: ___________

 

A.        Overall Group Presentation

35%

The group was well prepared. Each member contributed equally in the presentation. The presentation seemed to be based on information collected from a variety of appropriate sources/lessons that were solid and relevant to the lesson/presentation.  The lesson design was creative and clearly built on an understanding of learning theory and research on effective instructional practice.  They paced themselves appropriately during the presentation and balanced time among and flow between team members effectively.  The presentation and activities followed a clear and logical sequence and support materials were effectively and appropriately used.  The lesson presentation strategy was engaging and encouraged the active involvement of the class.

o        10

o          9

o          8

The group was fairly well prepared. They had obviously collected and critiqued reference lessons (although perhaps there could have been more/better quality lessons found and used).  The lesson design was based on theories and research. They paced themselves appropriately during the presentation and balanced time among and flow between team members effectively.  The presentation and activities was sequential and support materials were appropriately used.  The lesson presentation strategy actively involved class members.

o         7

o         6

o         5

o         4

The presentation was uneven and it appeared that a few members had done most of the work. While they may have shared information, it appeared from the presentation that most of the preparation and presentation was dominated by one or two members of the team and did not truly represent a group effort. The sources of information used were simply lesson plans with little in the way of critique or referenced support.  The presentation consisted primarily of reading from notes and did little to engage participants in any meaningful way.

o         3

o         2

o         1

The team obviously did not prepare for this presentation as well as they should have. There was little or no evidence of any critique of lessons gathered.  All information referenced was available from the assigned readings in the text and little, if any, outside reading was evidenced.  They did not engage the class actively in their lesson and did little more than read in turn.

o         0

 

B.        Critique and Discussion

20%

The group was fully prepared for the questions asked (during) after their presentation. They had in-depth knowledge of the lessons reviewed and were able to clearly articulate their strengths and weaknesses as well as the rationale for the design of their team lesson based on this critique.  Through facilitation of the discussion they were able to demonstrate their extensive research base when answering specific questions. The answers to the questions asked provided a means to further illuminate the critique and helped the rest of the class to clearly understand the strengths and theoretical and research basis of their lesson as presented.

o        10

o          9

o          8

The group was able to answer some, but not all, of the questions completely.  In their answers they displayed knowledge of the lessons reviewed and were able to share information on their strengths and weaknesses and describe how the design of the team lesson was based on this critique.  Through facilitation of the discussion they were able to demonstrate their research base when answering specific questions. The answers to the questions asked provided a means to further illuminate the critique and helped the rest of the class to understand the strengths and theoretical and research basis of the lesson as presented.

o         7

o         6

o         5

o         4

The information collected, while sufficient to design and present their lesson, was insufficient to handle the questions asked by their peers.  They were not sufficiently familiar with the lessons reviewed to describe their strengths and weaknesses and were not able to clearly identify how they designed their lesson based on this critique.  Many of their answers consisted of re-stating the points they made earlier.

o         3

o         2

o         1

They were unable to adequately answer many/most of the questions put to them.

o         0

Comments:  (use the reverse)     Scoring Reference Key    0 = < 60% (D)       1-3 = 70-79% (C)      4-7 = 80 – 89%  (B)        8-10  =  90-100%  (A)