Classroom Project Presentation

Classroom Project Presentation

Give Feedback and Be a Good Listener

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Give Feedback and Be a Good Listener

Today and tomorrow you will present your projects.

  • You will fill out a feedback document for each presentation. Look at the feedback document. Practice—just once!—completing and saving it. Note that the project rubric is posted in the classroom for your reference.
  • Look at the listener checklist. Your teacher will rate the class on these listening skills during the presentations, so try to use these skills as you listen to the presentations.

HANDOUT: Listener Checklist
HANDOUT: Providing Good Feedback

Math Mission

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Present your project and evaluate other students’ projects.

Present Projects

Performance Task

Present Projects

Over the next two lessons you have two jobs. You will present your project, and you will evaluate other students’ projects.

  • Present your project:
    • Share any visuals (diagrams, tables, graphs) you made, and discuss how these visuals illustrate the mathematics in your project.
    • Explain any calculations you made.
    • Discuss any other relevant or interesting aspects of your project—for example, research you conducted to learn more about your project topic, or why you chose your project topic.
  • Evaluate other students’ projects:
    • Complete the feedback document after each presentation.
    • Make your feedback honest, considerate, and specific, because the presenters will read your comments.

HANDOUT: Listerner Checklist
HANDOUT: Project Feedback Form

Reflect On Your Work

Work Time

Reflection

Write a reflection about today’s project presentations. Use the sentence starter below if you find it to be helpful.

My favorite presentation was _______ because …