For each quarter, I printed the prompts on Avery 5960 labels (Address Label, 30 per sheet - 1 x 2 5/8") and printed 8 sheets for my 24 students. I would then cut the sheet in thirds so each student had 10 labels to choose from in the quarter and staple their list of questions to the Student Direction Sheets. The instruction guide reminded students what was expected each week of responses and was kept in a sheet protector in the front of their 3 pronged folder with notebook paper to follow. Students turned in their folder weekly and since it was in a folder, it was easy for them (and for me) to keep up with it!
They would peel and stick the label inside their reader response folder to be graded by me each week.
This was great because in the past, I had students reusing prompts each week and or losing the prompts. This folder enabled students to keep everything together week after week. It also allowed the students, their parents and I to see how much their writing had improved over the school year.
The rubric was very basic since I used this as homework and wanted parents and students to understand their grade of 1-4 each week.
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