Victorian Drama: self and peer assestment

  • Self assessment is a process in which you look at your own performance in a specific task and reflect on how good/bad you did it.
  • Peer assessment is a process in which you can provide feedback to your classmate. In this way you can better off your performance as a students and develop certain areas of your life you had not noticed before.

In class, write a self and peer assessment of your performance in the Victorian Drama Activity. Assess yourself, and your partner, using these areas and questions as a guide (Upload this information on your Blog)

1)      Did I keep myself/my partner focused?

2)     Was I/my partner kind and respectful towards others?

3)     Did I/my partner listen well to suggestions?

4)     Did I/my partner contribute to the project, not necessarily in quantity, but in functional ways to keep the work moving in a positive direction?

5)     Overall, how effectively did you/your partner work on this project?

6)     How knowledgeable, well prepared, respectful in the midst of discussion or disagreement, enthusiastic, and honest with the group was I/ my partner?

7)      Give one specific example of something you learnt from your partner that you probably would not have learnt working alone.

8)     Describe the best and worst part of your performance.

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1) Yes

2) Yes

3) Yes

4) Yes

5) My partner made the script, and I got the ideas for the performance

6) We all where prepared, and where respectfull with all ideas.

7) I don t know.

8) I think, that the worst part of my performance was the last part. It was a litle bit direct, but we didn t have anything else. It was good, but it was way too direct, quickly, etc. I m not sure about the best part of the performance.

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