Reflection: Student Self-Assessment It's All in the Details - Section 3: Assessment


I know how important it is for students to assess themselves. It helps them gain independence and not rely on the teacher to tell them what is right or wrong. I should have a created a checklist for students to use as they were writing. They had the poster as a reference, but physically checking of the types of character details they were adding would have ensured they were using all different types to move the story along. Some students added only one or two types of details, which meant I had to talk them through adding more during conferences. 

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It's All in the Details

Unit 3: Writing Narratives
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT write a story by adding details about actions, thoughts, and feelings of the characters.

Big Idea: Students add details to their draft to make it more interesting to the reader.

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