Peer and self-assessment in CLIL

Peer AssessmentWhy use it?Students practice softer skills e.g. constructive criticism.Help students learn from each other and place their own work.Students naturally compare themselves with their peers.Encourage engagement with marking criteria.Promote deep learning e.g. evaluation.More efficient & timely feedback for large groups.Self assessmentWhy use it?Encourage reflection.Help teachers focus their feedback  (e.g. not telling students what they are already aware of).An important skill in itself – helping students become more autonomous learners.

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