Reflection: High Quality Task Leadership: Putting It All Together - Section 3: Synthesis Shared


With as many rubrics as we've created and seen, you would think that my students would actually USE the rubric to check their work.  We've talked about the reason behind the rubrics. We've talked about HOW to use the rubric to check work and get the best grade possible, but still I don't see them actually USING the rubric.

Developmental?  I don't know.  That's what I'm going with.  My students aren't really that hip to grades yet since all they've known is standards based and no A-F system so there's no urgency to get As.  Here is what I hope- by giving them a strong foundation in analyzing their own work and knowledge of rubrics, I am preparing my students to become the reflective learners they need to be as school work gets harder and grades get more competitive.

  Reflection: Getting My Students to USE the Rubric
  High Quality Task: Reflection: Getting My Students to USE the Rubric
Loading resource...

Leadership: Putting It All Together

Unit 14: Bringing Out the Leader in You
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT construct a paragraph which synthesizes all of the information read about world leaders.

Big Idea: Effective leaders share a set of characteristics which, if emulated, can build leadership in us all.

  Print Lesson
1 teacher likes this lesson
Similar Lessons
Formulating and Defending Opinions: Determining Grammy's Best and Worst Dressed
9th Grade ELA » Poetry Analysis
Big Idea: To support your point of view, you must have reasons and evidence (facts, details and information); to understand another person's point of view, you must be able to identify the reasons and evidence he/she provides.

Environment: Urban
Donna Fletcher
Setting Up Interactive Science Notebooks
4th Grade Science » Weathering Wreaks Havoc
Big Idea: Setting up a system of record-keeping to show the progression of learning.
Anchorage, AK
Environment: Urban
Jillian Gates
Rocks, Minerals and Soil Fact Finding
4th Grade Science » Earth Changes
Big Idea: In this lesson, students deepen their knowledge of rocks, minerals, and soil by creating pyramid mobiles and finding facts in a variety of books.
Helena, MT
Environment: Suburban
Melissa Romano
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload