Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Sharing and Reflecting at the Publishing Party - Section 3: Student Reflection


What is great about students sharing with each other and having their compliments guided by specific strategies and skills we've learned is that authors who were discouraged or unsure of the quality of their work get to hear from other students, not just the teacher, that they were successful.

I have found that students can have a lot of difficulty reflecting on their own writing but if they get some ideas from other students then they are much more successful at it. That is why I ask them to fill out the reflection page after they have had a chance to hear compliments from other students.

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Sharing and Reflecting at the Publishing Party

Unit 14: Developing Writing
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT to reflect on their writing experience by identifying successes and areas of improvement.

Big Idea: When students listen to other peer writers they get a sense of how they can improve and get feedback on where they were successful in their own writing.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, reflection, Fourth Grade, publishing, personal narrative, narrative, peer review, Writing Assessment
  40 minutes
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