Feedback analysis 1

Feedback step Your response Response example
Did the supervisor describe the ineffective performance and the desired performance?

She provided him with a model and asked him to correct his mistakes. Yes, she described the ineffective and the desired performance.

No specific feedback was provided. A better approach would have been giving a procedural checklist and going through item-by-item, perhaps also having the supervisee self-evaluate using the checklist.
Did the supervisor provide rationale and instructions for the desired performance?

The supervisor did not provide rationale or explain in any way why the graph was wrong

No rationale, no explicit instructions. The supervisor could have explained why the missing graph features are critical.
Did the supervisor model the correct performance?

The supervisor gave an example but did not actually model how to do it.

Yes, the example graph was a model.
Did the supervisor provide opportunities for the supervisee to practice the desired performance?

Yes, the supervisor created an opportunity for him to correct the mistakes.

Did the supervisor provide feedback again, and follow-up as necessary?

The supervisor provided feedback but did not follow-up.

No, the supervisor repeated the same procedure but still expects a change in performance.