PEER FEEDBACK FORM

Flying a plane requires attention and alertness. There’s a plethora of indicators that a good pilot needs to keep in mind throughout the flight.

It is not different from what a good presenter needs to do. There are many factors that contribute to the success of a presentation. 

Use this form to give peer feedback to your fellow trainees.

Remember to keep it constructive, authentic, and respectful.

And one more thing. Heed this admonition: Never be content with your first attempt!

WHO'S TALKING

Put in the name of the speaker.

Opening

What's your opinion on the opening of the presentation? Did the speaker use the ABCD elements?

unappealing
engaging
Ending

What do you think of the ending of the presentation? Was it dull and unappealing or was it engaging and captivating?

unappealing
engaging
Core message

Has the speaker made it clear what their core message was? Did you get a feeling you know what the main point of the talk was?

unclear or vague
clear
Structure

Was the structure of the talk clear for you? Was it easy for you to follow the speaker's train of thought? Did you spot any sigh-posting language?

disorganised and messy
organised and orderly
Rapport

How do you evaluate speaker's attempt to connect with the audience? Did the speaker use questions, involvement techniques, body language? Was the speaker likeable?

cold and distant
approachable and likeable
Length

How do you assess the presentation length? Was it just right or perhaps too short or too long?

too short or too long
just right
Attention

Has the speaker managed to captivate your attention? Did you feel that they were putting in extra effort to be good bosses of your attention?

boring and dull
gripping
Argument development

Has the speaker developed their arguments effectively? Did they use language for linking ideas in a clear way?

boring and dull
gripping
Final Verdict

What's your final verdict on this presentation? What's your overall perception of this talk?

it flopped
TED like masterpiece