Reflection: Student Self-Assessment Essay Workshop - Section 1: Independent Practice/Guided Practice


Ideally, the students will all come to this activity with some specific areas of their papers that they feel could most use and benefit from constructive feedback. We have participated in workshops of this nature before, so it has been consistently expected. When they do this, they are able to really make a difference for themselves and each other. In case they are not prepared to do this, I ask them to use the PARCC Rubric that we have used before in order to help them provide meaningful feedback for their peers. 

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Essay Workshop

Unit 9: What is it to be a Woman in America?
Lesson 5 of 6

Objective: Students will work in groups of 3-4 in order to share their comparitive analysis essays, edit, and support one another to improve their essays.

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