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- Keep middle and high school students engaged in meaningful literacy activities at the end of the school year. When attention spans start waning, this bundle of unique end-of-year resources for English classes will help keep students focused while celebrating learning and enhancing the community you'$11.50$14.75Save $3.25
Would you like to gain valuable insights from students that can help you drive future instruction and craft classroom culture? Asking students to reflect on their school year is a vital and powerful best practice.
After using this end-of-the-semester course reflection and evaluation for secondary ELA, you will have information you can use to talk about in teacher evaluations. In addition, you will have a better idea about which lessons were most memorable and impactful for students. These course evaluation and reflection questions will also help you to see students' misunderstandings or gaps in knowledge.
The questions in this reflection and evaluation pertain to classroom culture, vocabulary, grammar, reading, writing, and differentiation.
This course evaluation and reflection has 5 pages with 27 questions total. You can use the pages individually or all at the same time. Questions are creative and require critical thinking. They are geared toward secondary level students.
Use these questions after final exams, with awkward time that needs to be filled during review week, after field trips, and more.
UPDATE: This resource now includes a digital version for distance learning and other digital uses.
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