Student Reflection on Graded Work
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- This download includes lessons covering: Character AnalysisIronyFigurative Language (project) Point of ViewElements of PlotForeshadowingIt also contains these resources:Managing an Independent Reading Program (SSR) Book Talk Guidelines and RubricComparison Essay: Novel vs. FilmVisual Thinking RoutinPrice $30.00Original Price $34.50Save $4.50
- These are all of my grammar lessons bundled for a discount. It includes:the parts of speechcaptilizationsubjects & verbsfragments & run-onsphrases, clausesquotation marksstudent reflection for graded workMost lessons include a video version as well as a PowerPoint version of the lesson. I haPrice $35.50Original Price $43.50Save $8.00
Educators know that they should incorporate opportunities for student metacognition (reflection), but when students are asked to reflect on an assignment, they often have no idea what it even means to "reflect" and produce only the most shallow analysis of their own work
This outline with guiding questions teaches student strategies to derive rich meaning from their academic experiences. By reflecting on what they learned, students are able to identify their newfound knowledge and see their own growth and awareness of the content. By reflecting on the feedback they received on their graded assignment, they can more fully process the information and strategize for their next assignment.
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