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Unformatted Document Text:  20 EVALUATING SEMINAR PARTICIPATION SKILLS PO 391 Senior Seminar in American Politics Dr. M.D. Deardorff Student Name: Date: How difficult was the material discussed today? 1-5 1 = very difficult 5 = very simple Rate the individual in each category using the following scale: 2 = frequently, 1 = sometimes, 0 = not yet, NA = not applicable Discussion Skills Demonstrated Self- Assessment Colleague’s Assessment Colleague’s Assessment Professor Assessment Do you stay on task withdiscussion?Do you relate your commentsto, and support your positionwith, textual evidence?Do you relate the priorknowledge that enabled you tomake a textual conclusion?Do you make connections withmaterial from previous politicalscience courses?Do you make connections withmaterial from courses fromdifferent disciplines?Can you connect materials fromthe different texts to each other?Do you listen carefully to others’ideas and contributions?Do you look directly at thespeaker?Do you use non-verbal cues thatdemonstrate interest in whatother speakers were saying?Do you ask questions that helpyou understand what the speakeris trying to say?Do you respond equally topeople of both genders? TOTAL

Authors: Deardorff, Michelle.
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EVALUATING SEMINAR PARTICIPATION SKILLS
PO 391 Senior Seminar in American Politics
Dr. M.D. Deardorff
Student Name:
Date:
How difficult was the material discussed today?
1-5 1 = very difficult 5 = very
simple
Rate the individual in each category using the following scale:
2 = frequently, 1 = sometimes, 0 = not yet, NA = not applicable
Discussion Skills
Demonstrated
Self-
Assessment
Colleague’s
Assessment
Colleague’s
Assessment
Professor
Assessment
Do you stay on task with
discussion?
Do you relate your comments
to, and support your position
with, textual evidence?
Do you relate the prior
knowledge that enabled you to
make a textual conclusion?
Do you make connections with
material from previous political
science courses?
Do you make connections with
material from courses from
different disciplines?
Can you connect materials from
the different texts to each other?
Do you listen carefully to others’
ideas and contributions?
Do you look directly at the
speaker?
Do you use non-verbal cues that
demonstrate interest in what
other speakers were saying?
Do you ask questions that help
you understand what the speaker
is trying to say?
Do you respond equally to
people of both genders?
TOTAL


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