Encouraging students to participate in class can be challenging. Team work and the exchange of ideas are powerful tools. Templates like this help break the ice and make class enjoyable. Halfway through the session, ask your learners to write a sentence of feedback for someone they’ve worked with. Ask them for constructive comments only, using English. This exercise can move the group beyond shyness and help activate learning.
ALNS’ Peer Feedback Form is available as a .pdf and/or MS Word document. Due to the nature of the online environment, a pre-purchase view isn’t possible. ALNS’ templates aim to help teachers primarily although many are suitable for learners, too. None of them, however, substitute the need for you to research and deliver to the needs of your students.
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All the best with your teaching!