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Peer Assessment in Drama - Ideas!!!!

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by katie1911, Apr 25, 2010.

  1. katie1911

    katie1911 New commenter

    Does anyone have any exciting or different peer assessment ideas for drama lessons??
    Key Stage 3 by the way!!
    Thanks for any help!!!

     
  2. What scheme of work or topic are you working on Katie?
     
  3. There is a generic KS3 peer assessment method on my website.
    Search
    for "assessment framework" here
     
  4. Using traffic lights
    scoring points
    Thumps up, middle and down
    x factor/dance - point scoring
    are to name a few.
     
  5. Conrad81

    Conrad81 New commenter

    could you, or anyone else please describe those activities please?
     
  6. Put students into groups of 3-4 (or maybe just the performance groups they are already in) and have them assess for specific criteria.ie, one group monitors for tone, another movement, another memorization etc.
     

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