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  • Excellent presentation, Max! You spoke clearly, loudly, and confidently. The research you presented was interesting and informative. Thank you.
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  • Jimmy, your narrative writing piece included a lot of strong emotive language. I can really feel what you were going through.
  • Marie, your past two assignments in social studies have been incomplete and seemed rushed. Do you find the content or assignments difficult? Your work is usually very well done.
  • Be careful with feedback in front of other students. Keep it positive and task specific.
  • I know you were a bit nervous, but you really gave an outstanding presentation. Next time, if you are nervous, let your project do more of the work for you. A few more colors, charts, and graphs would have made your explanations clearer. Thank you for your effort!
  • Specific feedback should directly address criteria from the assignment rubric.
  • I think you could make your paper even stronger by drafting a more attention-grabbing introduction. Try opening your narrative with a quote or dialogue.
  • When giving negative feedback, allow students the opportunity to explain and ask questions.
  • I've been terribly busy at home, and am feeling overwhelmed. I understand the lessons, I just don't have the time.
  • Thank you for sharing that with me. Now that I know, we can work together to find a way for you to demonstrate your incredible skills.
  • Praise in public, coach in private!
  • Follow up feedback with a specific suggestion for how to improve. Give examples.
  • Praising a struggling student can motivate him/her to reach goals. Never assume a student struggles because they are lazy/unmotivated.
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