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Feedback and Praise

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  • Hey Dracula, I know you didn't get the score you were hoping for, but don't be so hard on yourself.
  • I'm seeing huge improvements in your ability to organize your thoughts in an essay. Try to use more of the cohesive devices we've talked about in class, and don't be afraid to incorporate some of the new vocabulary words.
  • Thanks Mr. S! Now I don't have to turn you into a vampire.
  • Your word choice and sentence variety in your essay were excellent, Medusa. But you didn't support the claims you make about the theme of the novel. What could you have done to make a more convincing argument?
  • Ummm....used more examples from the text?
  • Dracula is hard-working, but as an ELL, he struggles with academic English. His vocabulary limits his writing ability.
  • Exactly! Ok, so for the re-write of this essay, your goal should be to find at least one peice of textual evidence for each argument you have.
  • I'll do my best Mr. S!
  • Mr. S gives constructive feedback that Dracula can use to improve. Mr. S also praises Dracula to help keep him motivated even though he is not entirely happy with his grade.
  • Good first half boys. We did a great job of keeping possession of the ball and recovering quickly when we lost it. We just aren't creating enough scoring opportunities.
  • Medusa is also an ELL, but is more advanced than Dracula. Mr. S's feedback is constructive and forces Medusa to think critically.
  • We have a big height advantage, so in the second half, I want to see us push the ball wide and get some crosses into the box. That will allow our strikers to attack the ball in the air, where we have the advantage.
  • Mr. S provides Medusa with feedback that gives her a goal. The goal is tangible and attainable.
  • Coach Dan starts with the positive things the team did, then clearly identifies the main problem.
  • He then offers a clear and logical solution, giving the players a clear and 'actionable' goal. They must play balls from out wide and allow the tall strikers to head the ball.
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