This exercise is designed to allow students to use a set of assessment criteria to support their green pen comments.Launch Resource
The aim of green pen circles is to encourage students to explore their reflective points.
This is a visual way to ask students to reflect upon the piece of work that they have produced.
The questions used within this task are designed to be generic that focuses on the overall quality of the work that has been produced.Launch Resource
Ask your students to reflect upon their work in relation to what went well and even better if…
This is a simple, visual way for students to reflect upon their work and also involve their peers in the process as well.Launch Resource
Students use the BIG Assessment framework to reflect upon their work using green pen.
Use this resource for when you wish to undertake an activity to instruct students.
This resource is designed to be used when the students are required to watch a video clip.
This resource is designed to be used when the students are required to undertake a listening activity.
Teacher explanations form an important part of lessons to impart knowledge directly from the expert.
During a lesson it is usual to have a period of student reflection on their own work so that they can see how they are progressing.Launch Resource
A useful activity during a lesson is to have is a period of peer reflection so that they can see how each other are progressing.Launch Resource