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1 Peer review the problems Students often anxious about assessment processes’. Students are concerned that peers are not 'qualified’. Or for the less confident that they are not qualified to assess others work! So why bother? There is an obvious benefit to the teacher in terms of reduced marking load, but more importantly the students are getting more feedback than would otherwise be possible as well as developing self-evaluation and social skills.

2 Objective :- Begin to understand the properties of waves. Outcomes:- State the two different types of waves and give examples. C Describe wavelength, amplitude and frequency. B Explain the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves A Differentiated learning:- To stretch to A* in numeracy task All tasks linked to graded outcomes. Differentiated key words Discussion of starter activity to determine possible student for D grade catch up activity Literacy:- Discussion of key words to derive meaning. Differentiated key words. QWC past exam questions. Use Sixcess quick planning tool. Numeracy- Using and rearranging the wave equation. Changing the subject of an equation. Interpretation and use of correct notation SMSC:- team work in group demo of large wave across the classroom. The added bonus of peer review is greater scope for SMSC in any lesson.

3 Objective peer Review Begin to understand the properties of waves. Did they achieve the objective (yes/no)? Stated the two different types of waves and given examples. C Described Wavelength, amplitude and frequency. B Explained the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves A Rearrange the wave equation to make wavelength and frequency the subject Peer review comments - Student feedback –

4 Objective peer Review Begin to understand the properties of waves. Did they achieve the objective (yes/no)? Stated the two different types of waves and given examples. C Yes Described Wavelength, amplitude and frequency. B Yes Explained the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves A No Rearrange the wave equation to make wavelength and frequency the subject No Peer review comments - You have achieved the B grade learning outcome. To improve you should Explain the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves. This will allow you to achieve the A grade learning outcome. Student feedback – B grade is 1 grade above my end of year target grade. In a transverse wave the oscillations are perpendicular to the direction of energy transfer. In a longitudinal wave the oscillations are parallel to the direction of energy transfer.

5 Objective peer Review Begin to understand the properties of waves. Did they achieve the objective (yes/no)? Stated the two different types of waves and given examples. C Yes Described Wavelength, amplitude and frequency. B Yes Explained the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves A No Rearrange the wave equation to make wavelength and frequency the subject No Peer review comments - You have achieved the B grade learning outcome. To improve you should Explain the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves. This will allow you to achieve the A grade learning outcome. Student feedback – B grade is 1 grade above my end of year target grade. In a transverse wave the oscillations are perpendicular to the direction of energy transfer. In a longitudinal wave the oscillations are parallel to the direction of energy transfer. Allows the students to give useful feedback on how to improve. Allows the students to accurately peer assess against graded outcomes. Allows the students to feedback and improve their grade within the lesson.

6 Objective :- Begin to understand the properties of waves. Outcomes:- State the two different types of waves and give examples. C Describe wavelength, amplitude and frequency. B Explain the difference between transverse and longitudinal waves A Differentiated learning:- To stretch to A* in numeracy task All tasks linked to graded outcomes. Differentiated key words Discussion of starter activity to determine possible student for D grade catch up activity Literacy:- Discussion of key words to derive meaning. Differentiated key words. QWC past exam questions. Use Sixcess quick planning tool. Numeracy- Using and rearranging the wave equation. Changing the subject of an equation. Interpretation and use of correct notation SMSC:- Objective peer review will allow the pupils to develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes to assessment. Praising others, offering constructive feedback on how to improve against written criteria. This allows them opportunity to use a specific set of social skills in the context of peer assessment. Greater scope for SMSC in any lesson.


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