• Two full-page reflections with DLIQ, one with lines and one without lines for students who want to draw to represent their learning.
• Two different layouts for weekly reflecting (DLIQ), both with and without lines.
• A total of 6 different layouts for DLIQ
How to use this resource:
When students reflect on their own learning it is very powerful. This resource can be used daily at the end of a lesson. The first two pages could also be used to reflect on one particular assignment. Students reflect by using the AVID strategy of DLIQ: Did, Learned, Interesting, Questions.
DLIQ is an AVID Elementary Strategy for writing to learn. Students reflect and write about what they have learned, what they found interesting, and what questions they still have about a topic or lesson.