Commenting

This blog can be commented by anyone in the world. Students have also been asked to evaluate their peers constructively according to the following instructions:

Web-site Design: Fabulous Futures Blog and CVs

  1. Study this rubric carefully. A rubric is an assessment tool used to clarify project objectives.
  2. Consider at least 5-10 of the rubric categories in your assessment of another student’s blog post or CV.
  3. Write a polite comment with specific reference to the rubric. Use the adjectives and descriptions, not the numbers.
  4. Don’t forget to be constructive. WHAT can be done better next time and HOW?

The teacher will also comment according to the same rubric on a scale of room for improvement (0) / satisfactory (1) / good (2) / very good (3) / excellent (4).

Project Task 1

Read your partner’s blog post and comment briefly according to the rubric. Be encouraging and compare his/her aspirations to your own. If you cannot find your partner’s post before…, feel free to comment any other blog post that you find intriguing!

Project Task 2

Click the CV link on your partner’s blog post and comment according to the following rubric. Be constructive! You can compare the CV to your own and the goals that were discussed in the introduction. If you cannot find your partner’s post before March 24th, feel free to comment any other blog post that you find intriguing! IMPROVE YOUR OWN CV BASED ON THE FEEDBACK!

Project Task 3

Here are your partners for the task: employers and applicants. Job interviews will be conducted in class orally and assessed according to  the following rubric. Have your job ads, questions and cover letters ready before March 24th! CVs and interview questions must be printed out for the job interviews.

Interviewers and applicants

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