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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