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Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students

Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
Scholarship Self-Assessment for Students
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Scholarships are widely available, but, unfortunately, many students are not eligible to attain one because they lack certain requirements they didn't even know they needed. Students may think they will be awarded scholarships simply because they have high grade point averages. However, community service hours and extracurricular activities are often looked at by scholarship committies along with how well an applicant treats others. Committees look at the whole student, not just academics. Nonetheless, students need to start thinking about their involvement in school and community long before senior year. They also need to evaluate their work habits, maturity, attitude, and more so that they can improve areas that need to be strengthened.

This lesson is unique because students will be evaluating themselves from the teacher's viewpoint.

This lesson plan comes with the following:
1. Teacher instructions.

2. Student evaluation rubric for 16 personal attributes and classroom practices such as punctuality, maturity, self-motivation, attendance, etc.

3. Brainstorming graphic organizer for extracurricular and volunteer activities, work experience, special skills and talents, and awards. Students will look at their evaluation and brainstorm map to write a letter of recommendation for a scholarship from the teacher's viewpoint. Instructions for students are on the handout.

4. Self-Evaluation task where students acknowledge their strengths and weaknesses and set 2 goals for areas that need improving.

This lesson really gets students thinking before it's too late!

This would also work well for SUB PLANS.
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4 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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