Great value on a bundled product. Save money and have engaging prompts for the end of school and for next year's back to school beginning writing curriculum.
●Reflective journal writing is an proven and simple method to get kids writing.
●Easily implement to have students express their ideas about this past school year and thoughts about the coming school year.
●There are no right or wrong answers.
●Reluctant writers will find these prompts engaging with graphic organizer format.
●Grade level or higher functioning students will also benefit from this proven educational technique.
●Differentiate your instruction with choice of the best method to utilize with your students.
●Product contains 30 prompts
●Put prompts on your white board or chalk board and have students respond in a blue book or a composition book.
●Put together a journal, using the pages provided.
●Use a folder or to hold pages for portfolio assessment
●After lunch or recess work to settle class down
●Keep and include in student writing portfolio for the year.
●Your Year in Review Pass on to next year's teacher. This set of prompts would be helpful for new teacher to have a sample of current level of functioning as year ends. It will also provide an idea of how students viewed their previous year.
●New Year, New You Have students complete the prompts as your begin with your new class. This can provide insight into student writing skills after summer break. Use as starting point for writing portfolios, and also gain insight into student thoughts and hopes for the coming year.
●School Social Workers or School Psychologist use to wrap up your groups, discuss student responses if appropriate. Keep for next year to use as a starting point for continued discussions. Special Ed. and SLP staff use in same manner as listed above.
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