How many times have you needed to check student’s work and ended up with a big line of students waiting to be seen? Time is wasted and the teacher is unable to dedicate enough time to each student.
Now students can take control of their learning and help to edit their own work.
This self-assessment style promotes self-correction, the ability to check for errors and to assist in the self-editing process. It can be done either by the student themselves or have the students swap books for a peer do the assessing.
Simply cut between each strip, hand one out to each student and have them glue to the bottom of the page of written work.
As the teacher calls out the criteria, students place a tick in the appropriate box if this is done.
Ie “Place a tick in the first box if you have started all of your sentences with a capital letter.”
Four numbered editing strips are included (1-4, 1-5, 1-6 and 1-10) and in 2 versions. Version 1 is simply the numbered strip with room for students to place their ticks; the second version includes room for the teacher to insert what the criteria are above each box for ongoing reflection/future teacher conferencing.
Microsoft Word Document so you can edit these to suit your class needs / ability levels. 9 pages