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Student Self-Evaluation Forms to Assess Projects, Curriculum Units, and Courses

The ESL Nexus
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Grade Levels
5th - 8th, Homeschool
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13 PDF Pages & 11 GD Slides
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Description

Students will develop critical thinking and writing skills when they use these evaluation forms to assess their performance on projects, curriculum units and courses. These forms will also help your students develop metacognitive awareness of their learning.

Resource at a Glance:

What will students learn?

How to evaluate what they have learned; how to write assessments of what they learned; how to use what they accomplished with one project or achieved in one unit of study or course to do better on future projects, units, or courses.

Who is it for?

All students, including English Language Learners at intermediate and higher levels of language proficiency.

How does it help teachers?

It lets teachers see how students rate their own learning and assess how they can do better on future projects or units or courses; it gives teachers a year-long or semester-long perspective on what their students are learning; it helps teachers see what they have taught well and what students need more help with.

What educators who have used this resource say about it:

♥ "Very useful!" -- Jamie B.

♥ "Wow! You made my day. This is extremely well written, and exactly what I was looking for. I cannot believe I do not have to create this on my own. Again, wow!" -- Jill G.

Full Description:

The 8-question Self-Evaluation Form asks your students to reflect on what they learned about particular units of study and it can also be utilized after completing hands-on or online projects. Students complete the 9-question Final Evaluation Form when a course ends and lets them assess their overall performance throughout the school year or semester.

Both forms ask students to think about what they learned about the academic content as well as what they discovered about themselves as learners. The questions progress from simple recall to open-ended questions which require students to use higher-order thinking skills to answer them. The responses provided by students are a great way for you to find out what worked well and for students to realize what their strengths are and how they can improve in the future. In addition to determining what students have learned, these forms are excellent tools to informally evaluate students' expository writing skills.

Also included in this resource are versions of each evaluation form that explain how questions fit into the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy. There are teacher versions of each form that list the thinking skill addressed by the questions; however, the student versions of the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy forms do not list the thinking skills.

All the forms are available in both Printable and Google Drive™ versions.

Information about the types of writing you can expect your English Language Learners to use when completing the questions is provided as well. Both forms were used successfully numerous times over several years with students in 7th and 8th grades and can be used with students who are slightly older or younger, too.

These evaluation forms can be completed in class or for homework, so the amount of teaching time needed will vary. You can keep the forms in student portfolios and you can extend their use by having your students transform their responses into essays for further writing practice.

All students will benefit from using the evaluation forms in this resource!

How to use this resource remotely:

a) Tell students to use the Google Drive forms.

b) Send photocopies of the forms home. Tell students to send the forms back to you when when they have completed them.

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What you get in this product:

In the PDF File:

★ Cover (1 slide)

★ List of materials in the PDF file and Google Drive materials (1 page)

★ A Notes to the Teacher page with explanatory information (2 pages)

★ Writing expectations for English Language Learners at different levels of language proficiency (1 page)

★ Instructions for accessing the Google Drive materials (1 page and 1 slide)

★ A Self-Evaluation Form for students to assess their learning after completing units and projects (1 page)

★ A Final Evaluation Form for students to assess their performance over the entire year or at the end of a course (1 page)

★ Student versions of the Self-Evaluation and Final Evaluation Forms correlated to the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy (2 pages)

★ Teacher versions of the Self-Evaluation and Final Evaluation Forms correlated to the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy, showing which thinking skill applies to each question (2 pages)

★ Copyright, Social Media & Credits information (1 page)

In the Google Drive Materials:

★ Cover (1 slide)

★ A list of materials in the PDF and Google Drive versions of this resource (1 slide)

★ A Notes to the Teacher page with explanatory information (2 slides)

★ Writing expectations for English Language Learners at different levels of language proficiency (1 slide)

★ A Self-Evaluation Form for students to assess their learning after completing units and projects (1 slide)

★ A Final Evaluation Form for students to assess their performance over the entire year or at the end of a course (1 slide)

★ Student versions of the Self-Evaluation and Final Evaluation Forms correlated to the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy (2 slides)

★ Teacher versions of the Self-Evaluation and Final Evaluation Forms correlated to the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy, showing which thinking skill applies to each question (2 slides)

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Thank you and happy teaching!

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Total Pages
13 PDF Pages & 11 GD Slides
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Other
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