1. On three sticky notes, write down one thing you WANT people to do more of when giving feedback and one thing you want people to STOP doing when giving feedback. Exchange your three sticky notes with three other people afterward. You should come back to your table with three dos and three don'ts to help you give better feedback to others.
2. Read over and give feedback to the bio of two other people who have the same type of shoes as you.
3. In your rough draft, highlight and leave comments on the following:
- Highlight the headline of your article and comment with the one main question your article is trying to answer.
- Highlight and comment on three places you need help with or develop further. In your comments for each section or sentence, ask a question that tells your reviewers what you need help with.
- Highlight the last word in your article and comment with any other things you need and hope to get feedback on.
4. Use the Feedback Checklist and the author's comments on their draft to provide feedback to two other people. Leave detailed feedback (at least 5-7 detailed comments along with suggestions) and spend at least 15 minutes on each draft. Take screenshots of the feedback you gave your two partners.
5. Work on the feedback you have been given.
6. Exit Ticket:
- List three things you still need to improve on your article. Be specific.
- List two specific things you can do next period to finalize your draft.
- List one other possible headline for your article. Add it to the top of your draft.
- Highlights with comments (in your draft document on the shared drive)
- Feedback screenshots (give feedback to two others) and turn them in on Canvas; include your exit ticket in this document
- Exit Ticket