Reflection: Student Grouping School Sports Writer's Club - Section 2: Rotations - Guided Practice


I do this in order to have the students close enough in ability for the feedback to be most meaningful, with room for all students to genuinely improve. My experience placing my highest performing students with those who struggle most has not been very positive or effective.

  Why This Grouping Structure?
  Student Grouping: Why This Grouping Structure?
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School Sports Writer's Club

Unit 11: Argument Writing
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: Students will work in small groups to edit and provide constructive feedback for one another in order to improve the quality of their position essays.

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