Are you looking for a way to make your students more focused on what they should be learning, and more motivated to fill in gaps in their knowledge?
I started making "Keeping Track of my Learning" Pages for each unit and they have completely changed my class! They are specific objectives, written in first person, student-friendly language. They also include a list of suggested vocabulary for that unit assessment. Students can rate how they are doing on each one on a descriptive scale. They can then use these to guide their studying, ask questions, etc. I sometimes use them at the start of a unit, midway through, or at the end as a starting point to focus their review.
On my course evaluations many of my past students said this was one of the things that helped them the most!
It is a word document so it can be editable to your course objectives. The preview is a pdf, but if you purchase you get the editable word document.
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