Reflection: Student Ownership The Fire On The Mountain Day 2 - Section 5: Self-Assessments


    Students' use of the self-assessment rubric was very effective as a measure of overall performance.  The rubric details expectations in conduct, speaking, listening, and preparation.  However, I did not get too much information for scaffolding instruction to challenge students to the next level.  This self-assessment could be more effective if I had asked students to elaborate more on how they would improve on their weak areas and why they felt it was important.  These questions will result in deeper student feedback that would have given me greater insight on their learning process and motivations.

  Student Ownership: Student Feedback
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The Fire On The Mountain Day 2

Unit 9: Shared Inquiry Discussion 2
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT participate in thoughtful dialogue and open debate driven by an interpretive question.

Big Idea: How are interpretive questions incorporated into shared inquiry discussions ? Students learn to analyze complex text by linking their thoughts to others' perspectives.

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