Reflection: Classroom Setup Creating a Web-Based Research Notebook: the "Formative Assessment" (Part 6 of 6) - Section 3: Preview of Reading for Next Week (Homework for Tonight)


The lesson here, the 6th out of 6 and the final one in the Notebook "mini-unit," includes this bit of practical instruction.  For my course, I teach these six lessons in this sequence, and, in the last class period, I make the request to read some of Alicia's Story for homework.  

Also, generally speaking, the review of the formative-student-friendly check list (included here in the resources), does not take in a full period my classroom, so I give students reading time to get a "jumpstart" on their homework.

Clearly, then, this "tail end" bit of the class period can be simply deleted for those teachers who do not want to include Alicia's Story in their curriculum

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Creating a Web-Based Research Notebook: the "Formative Assessment" (Part 6 of 6)

Unit 1: "The Medium is the Message": Modern Technology Meets Classic Research Methods
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT create and layout a simple, four-page website to function as a semester-long, "pre-writing" tool.

Big Idea: a simple Google Site will serve to keep all of a student's pre-research organized

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English / Language Arts, Internet (Computers), Writing, Research Writing and Practices, Writing Process, website creation, writing on the web, formative assessment
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