Praise and Expectations #2

Praise and Expectations #2

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  • Mr. Y. prepares to give feedback on a group project. He has several options...
  • Hi guys, let's talk about the rough draft you turned in for your group presentation on the Steps to World War Two in Europe...
  • He can offer generous general praise...
  • All in all, I think it's going great. Just keep doing what you're doing, and I think you're headed for an A. Don't let me down!
  • ... followed by a highly detailed feedback session, potentially overwhelming the students with corrections.
  • Here is your rough draft back. As you can see, I've made about one hundred corrections in the text, design, and content.
  • OR: Mr. Y. can give specific, contextualized praise.
  • I really like that you have a section on the difference between Italian Fascism and the Nazis. That's a really important point. Is there a way you can give it some more detail, like from Hitler and Mussolini's life stories?
  • I also loved the emphasis on the effects of the First World War and the Treaty of Versailles. Maybe you can highlight it more with some art work--I know that Jill is good at drawing.
  • In any case, I notice a lot of great effort in this group. And there are all kinds of interesting avenues you've opened up, which you can now explore. It would be great to see a dialogue debating what was the most important cause of the war...
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