Stick it to your clipboard,
and let the conferring begin!
During a Reading Workshop Conference, we make teaching points from what we see the student doing and the focus lesson or unit.
Here is a comprehensive cheat sheet for prompting our
Print and place in student writing folders.
Make a poster to place on wall.
Give students a paper car and allow them to track their own movement through the steps on a posted track on the classroom wall.
I downloaded 3 of these but all were missing things so I added things no one else was thinking about. This Writing Handbook for Students is a helpful resource that can used all year long. It i interactive, as well.
This product includes 28 pages:
As far as I've seen, this is the only student data tracker to also track effort and include an effort scale and positive quote.
Graph has space to track 10 major quiz or checkpoint test grades.
There is one for writing and one for Reading. Will
These are intended to be...
1) Cut out
2) Glued onto a popsicle stick
3) Placed in a cup
During Reader's Workshop. These are great sentence stems for either fiction or nonfiction. They work great for my ELLs. If or before a student gets stuck