Differentiating education and keeping track of personal writing goals is easy with this Writing Goals Clip Chart.
This resource contains 2 separate clip charts: one for keeping track of personal goals for writing for each student and another for keeping track of where each student is at in the writing process.
This resource can be used in two different ways:
1) To keep track of personal writing goals established during conferences with the teacher. When a student meets his or her goal, he or she will move his or her clip on the chart to the new goal. 2) To make a list of success criteria for writing assignments in the classroom. As a new learning goal is taught in class, a new strip could be added to the chart - starting with one or two strips, and ending with a full set by the end of the year.
The goals are written in "I Can ..." format to give students ownership over and accountability of their learning.
This resource also contains a student reflection sheet - when a student feels he or she has mastered the writing goal, the student will complete the reflection sheet and staple it to the writing assignment.
The writing process I have used is: prewrite, draft, conference, peer revision and editing, edit, revise, publish and share. Feel free to use the ones you need!