Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Party Down: Celebrating Writing - Section 3: Closing


There are tons of rubrics and assessments that students can use at this time. Students can use a rubric to identify each element of a strong opinion writing piece. However, I chose to focus on reflection. I want students to feel successful in this unit. Therefore, they are to reflect on what they liked about what they wrote and what they learned about opinion writing.

This reflection page is also very useful as part of a writing portfolio or adding it to a display with student writing for the public to read. 

  What Did I do Well?
  Student Self-Assessment: What Did I do Well?
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Party Down: Celebrating Writing

Unit 7: Opinions in Writing
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT share what they have written and reflect on their successes.

Big Idea: Students celebrate the completion of the unit by relfecting on what they have learned.

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