Annmarie L. Sanderson (el 02/05/13 a las 9:40 am)
Thanks for sharing this quite interesting.
Jessica Jewels (el 23/04/13 a las 10:33 am)
I actually use this video in my college-level writing classes -- we read an article by Richard Straub called "Responding--Really Responding--to Other Students' Writing" and spend a class period talking about HOW to have effective peer workshops, before we actually have our peer workshop sessions. I use this video to get things started, and get students talking about past peer review experiences, what works, what doesn't, and how to get the most out of it. Your video gets us laughing & talking.
John Holecek (el 09/03/13 a las 1:31 pm)
This is awesome props to the teacher
Tiffany Salimova (el 27/01/13 a las 5:02 pm)
Lol I'm in 6th grade and we watched this in my language arts class XD lol this is so freaking funny
MegaMisshernandez (el 16/01/13 a las 10:06 pm)
hahahahahah off task oliver!
pinkanna159 (el 14/10/12 a las 12:01 am)
That's not how you spell fox. It is foax! Duh! If you don't write it you will offend me and my mom. Just change it! Lolzz:). You have mistakes. "where?" on your paper! Lolzz:) Why do you always bug me?!? Waaaa waaaas
Tim Bedley (el 15/09/12 a las 11:59 pm)
Wow! Very well said. Thanks for the props.
maroudasfamily (el 14/09/12 a las 2:25 pm)
I agree with tbed63, facilitating a peer review is much harder than lecturing for the day. Peer review sharpens the reviewer's skills just as much (sometimes more) than the person being reviewed. By learning how to talk about and evaluate writing, students learn how to revise and edit for the times when peer review is not built into a course. They are also learning interpersonal communication and collaboration skills.
Abena Bailey (el 27/08/12 a las 8:26 am)
This is great! Amusing, accurate and a very useful resource. We call it 'peer assessment' which avoids pedants' criticisms. Thanks for sharing this helpful vid and qudos to your (very cute) learners.
Tim Bedley (el 24/04/12 a las 8:58 pm)
I totally understand and agree that peer review is abused by college professors. AND I am well aware that the term "peer review" is not normally used for elementary kids critiquing each other's writing. I borrowed the term because it fits what I teach my students to do. As any elementary teacher can attest, getting all of your kids engaged in writing peer review is NOT taking a break for the teacher. It's actually much more work than grading the papers yourself. Thanks for your input. Blessings.