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Mr. McVay

Student Instructions

Peer Review

1. Return to the Class Journal and take a close look at at least 3 pieces of art from 3 other students. 2. Use the comment button to leave a review of their art using the TAG Peer Review method. Make sure your comment contains at least three complete sentences - one for each part of TAG. If a student already has three comments, they are off limits. Find someone else. We want EVERYONE to benefit from our review. 4. Submit your comment. 5. Return to this activity and list the three students you TAGged in a note . 6. Submit your note. *Remember to respond to any comments that you get.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Art
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Students can easily come across as too critical (a.k.a. mean) in the suggestion portion of TAG. One possible solution is to encourage students to stay away from direct criticisms ("Your picture is sloppy") and to focus on suggestions or "wonderings" for the next time: "Next time, you could try adding more detail, brighter colors, etc." "I wonder what it would look like if...".