Reflection: Accountability Reflective Practice: Student-Written Study Guide Self-Evaluation - Section 3: Study Guide Debrief: Self-Reflection


In addition to serving as a formative check for understanding in both the question-writers and answerers, the student reflections above demonstrate developing thought into not only "what" we do in the classroom, but "why." This raises the bar for students, as they are held accountable not only for demonstrating knowledge of the readings, but also the motivations and factors behind each piece of literature. This builds upon ideas like quizzes and exit tickets, as it requires a greater amount of, and challenges students to, buy in to the material and the class.  

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Reflective Practice: Student-Written Study Guide Self-Evaluation

Unit 17: Literacy: "A Raisin in the Sun": Understanding Drama
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT develop and strengthen their own study guide questions, addressing what is most significant for the purpose of understanding "A Raisin in the Sun" and an audience of their peers, through self-reflection and analysis of their peers' responses.

Big Idea: Did you ask what you intended? Students self-evaluate questions they wrote for effective answers.

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English / Language Arts, independent reading, A Raisin in the Sun, Reading Drama, study guides, self reflection, revising
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