Reflection: Student Self-Assessment The Wedding Basket Day 2 - Section 3: Self-Assessments


     Students complete the Shared Inquiry Self-Assessment Rubric, and then I ask them to discuss each section of the rubric.  It is interesting for me, as the teacher, to see and hear their perspectives about their own learning.  I ask students not just to read the rubric descriptions, but to say in their own words and explain their self-rating.  Students are encouraged to give examples of what they mean.  Explicit directions are effective in enhancing communication and feedback from students. Students can be more critical of themselves during the self-assessment process. As the sample shows, students rarely give themselves a perfect score.

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The Wedding Basket Day 2

Unit 8: Shared Inquiry Discussion 1
Lesson 10 of 18

Objective: SWBAT participate in collaborative conversations by linking comments to others' remarks, elaborating on topics, and clarifying text under discussion.

Big Idea: How do shared inquiry discussions deepen knowledge ? Students participate in Shared Inquiry discussions revolving around an interpretive question in order to deepen knowledge of text by discussing multiple perspectives.

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English / Language Arts, interpretive questions, Self, shared inquiry discussion, close reading, shared inquiry
  60 minutes
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