FOA Take Two: Peer Feedback
Help your classmates improve their presentation-giving skills. Be kind and constructive. Words matter. Thanks!
What is your first and last name?
What is the last name of the presenter?
What class period do you have IB English?
How well did the presenter focus on the way that language is used for a particular audience or purpose in their FOA?
Little new information was shared that is academically or socially useful. #meh
Very prepared: my worldview will now be more analytical and evidence-based. #imshook
Which of the language topics does the presenter use? Check all that apply.
Gender (inequality or equality, constructions of masculinity and femininity)
Language and Communities (nation/region subculture)
Language and the Individual (multilingualism, bilingualism, language and identity)
Language and Power (linguistic imperialism, propaganda)
Sexuality (its construction through language)
History and the evolution of language (disappearing and revival languages, etc)
Translation (what is added and lost)
Language and Knowledge (science and technology, jargon, etc)
Language and Social Relations (social and professional status, race)
Language and Belief (religious discourse, mythology)
Language and Taboo (swearing, political correctness)
What did you learn from this person about presenting, language, or the world?
Any compliments or constructive feedback that might benefit the presenter? Be kind and helpful.
Really, it's required to be kind and helpful. I will give the presenter your words verbatim.
Connect any one text from 11th or 12th grade English class, thematically or structurally or in terms of conventions, to the presentation given (complete ideas). [Ex: The casual racism of the speaker's vernacular reflects the casual racism inherent in the dialogue in Twain's Huck Finn.]
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