ASSESSING WITH TECHNOLOGY
Assessing Your Peer’s Manga


MANGA: PEER REVIEW

Subject: Asian Art - Manga
Grade Level: 6-8



Students will use a rubrics created on SurveyMonkey to review, analyze and evaluate each student’s Manga. The students will record and document their ideas on the survey and share the information with the other students in the elective.


PA STATE STANDARDS

ART: CRITICAL RESPONSE 9.3.8

A.
Know and use the critical process of the examination of works in the arts and humanities.

  • Compare and contrast
  • Analyze
  • Interpret
  • Form and test hypotheses
  • Evaluate/form judgments
B. Analyze and interpret specific characteristics of works in the arts within each art form (e.g., pentatonic scales in Korean and Indonesian music).
C.
Identify and classify styles, forms, types and genre within art forms (e.g., modern dance and the ethnic dance, a ballad and a patriotic song).
D. Evaluate works in the arts and humanities using a complex vocabulary of critical response.

ISTE
1. Communication and Collaboration
Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. Students:
a. Interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media.
b. Communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.
c. Develop cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with learners of other cultures.
d. Contribute to project teams to produce original works or solve problems.

2. Research and Information Fluency
Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. Students:
a. Plan strategies to guide inquiry.
b. Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media.
c. Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks.
d. Process data and report results.

6. Technology Operations and Concepts
Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations. Students:
a. Understand and use technology systems.
b. Select and use applications effectively and productively.
c. Troubleshoot systems and applications.
d. Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies.


OBJECTIVE (S)
Students will apply Manga terminology to evaluate each student’s artwork
Students will use a rubric set up on SurveyMonkey to communicate ideas and opinions to their fellow peers

MATERIALS/RESOURCES
Computer with Internet access (computer lab or laptops)
Projector connected to a computer (SMARTboard if available)
A Hardcopy of each student’s Manga
Handouts: 3-2-1 Review Worksheet
Whiteboard or large chart paper
Pens or chalk

MANGA: Peer Review Survery
MANGA: PEER REVIEW SURVEY


PROCEDURES
1. MANGA: PEER REVIEW
  • Introduce the MANGA: Peer Review Survey project to the students
  • Explain that each student will fill out a survey response for each student’s Manga in this elective
  • Show the students the survey “MANGA: Peer Review” on SurveyMonkey (link provided above)
  • Demonstrate how to fill out the survey

2. APPLYING THE KNOWLEDGE
  • Student should log on to a computer and fill out each survey (link provided above)
  • Hand out a Manga (created by the students) to each student and have the student fill out the survey on that Manga. The students should hand the current Manga to the student to the right of them, and the students should fill out a survey on the “new” Manga. Repeat this process until every student completed a survey for each Manga, including his or her own.

3. APPLY THE KNOWLEDGE
  • As a whole class, discuss any difficulties with the surveys – What did the students like? What did the students dislike?
  • At the last 5 minutes of the class, have each student fill out a 3-2-1 Review Worksheet


EVALUATION
Each student will fill out a 3-2-1 Review Worksheet

  • 3 things they learned about SurveyMonkey or another student’s Manga

  • 2 ideas you will use information you learned today in your next Manga

  • 1 question you wish to ask


DIFFERENTIATED ACTIVITIES
  • This lesson can easily be done in small group (2-3 students) to inspire cooperative learning and enhance the different learning styles
  • The “MANGA: Peer Review” survey can be printed to fit the student’s learning style
  • Each survey question was separated by page to fit the different learning styles in the classroom

PLAN B
  • If the students are unable to access the “MANGA: Peer Review” survey on SurveyMonkey, print a hard copy of the survey and have the students fill out a survey for each student’s Manga.
  • Repeat the process as noted above in “Applying the Knowledge” steps.
  • As a whole class, discuss any difficulties with the surveys – What did the students like? What did the students dislike?
  • At the last 5 minutes of the class, have each student fill out a 3-2-1 Review Worksheet

PLAN C
  • If the surveys are unavailable to print, have each student present their Manga to the whole class.
  • On the chalkboard, write out the survey questions noted in “MANGA: Peer Review”
  • Give each student a blank piece of paper and have them put the presenting student’s name at the top of the paper and “rate” the student’s Manga as noted on the chalkboard
  • In addition, after each student presented their Manga, ask the class – What did the students like or dislike about each Manga? Be specific!
  • At the last 5 minutes of the class, have each student fill out a 3-2-1 Review Worksheet



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