It is part of Saskatchewan curriculum that students self-assess their performance in English Language Arts. It is difficult for them to fill out a self-assessment that is not structured. Therefore, I created a self-assessment sheet for the reading strategy "Visualization." The students read each line under the "Help" and "Celebrations" sections, after completing a visualization activity, and they circle the lines that apply to their. Then, I included a form of a rubric on the second page. Sometimes rubrics are overwhelming for my grade four kiddos! So when I put it into an easier-to-read format as I did in this product, they are able to identify the level they think their work resides in.
The examples I gave are based on a specific part from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone that we were reading for a class novel study. I read a part from the book, and they had to record what they visualized using their five senses. Then they self-assessed!