Reflection: Self-Graded Rubrics Starting a 2nd piece - Section 2: Main Activity


It is important for students to know that what they have learned is actually useful and will continue to be useful beyond the lesson they learned it in. I also want to students to know that I expect them to be able to apply a skill to a new problem. Finally, I want them to develop ownership over their learning and work.

  Why Do We Need to Know This?
  Self-Graded Rubrics: Why Do We Need to Know This?
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Starting a 2nd piece

Unit 14: Developing Writing
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT to use what they have learned so far when they write a new story.

Big Idea: Students get an opportunity to apply what has recently been taught as strategies for writing in this unit.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Practice, reflection, narrative, peer review, Writing Assessment
  45 minutes
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