Oral Communication skills are used every day in our classrooms - but do students know what exactly is expected of them? Do you know what skills you're assessing and reporting on? Do students have a chance to assess themselves and get feedback on their speaking and listening skills? Often, this doesn't happen in our classrooms.
- circle sad, middle, happy face
- circle 1, 2, or 3 stars
Use these two easy-to-use checklist-style rubrics for your students to self-assess (assessment as learning) their speaking and listening skills. It's perfect for the primary grades! This download is part of my Language Self-Assessment Superpack
Students can then set their PERSONAL GOALS to be whatever points they did not give themselves full smiley faces!
I use them once or twice a month - and moreso as needed when behaviour becomes challenging. Students like to be honest and like to know and feel they're improving!
These can be kept in a student portfolio, in an oral communication duotang or folder, or sent home in a communication journal.
Grab the American spelling version here: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Oral-Communication-SpeakingListening-Self-Assessments-American-Spelling-1346211
Independent Reading Self-Assessments and Checklists
Independent Reading (Read to Self) - American Spelling
Independent Reading (Read to Self) - Canadian/UK Spelling
Writing Self-Assessments and Checklists
Writing Self-Assessment - Canadian/UK spelling
Writing Self-Assessment - American spelling
Assigning a "mark" on report cards for Learning Skills (and proving it to admin, parents, and/or guardians) can be difficult. Check out my Learning Skills Anecdotal Records and Assessment Tracking Sheets
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