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Rachel West

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Speaking: Reflect on Your Writing

You have completed your first process writing assignment. Now it is time to reflect on what you learned. Questions to think about: 1. What changes did I make to my writing and why? 2. How did I feel about my final draft compared to the first draft I wrote? Why? 3. What part of writing was difficult for me? Why? 4 What part was easy for me? Why? You must speak for a minimum of 90 seconds. It is okay to use notes, but you should look at the camera and speak as though you are presenting in front of the class. Practicing before you record is strongly encouraged. Once you have a plan for your response: 1. Click add 2. Click video 3. Record yourself. Ensure I can see your face. 4. When you are happy, click check to submit.

10th Grade, 9th Grade, English Language Arts, English Language Learners
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Any speaking rubric or proficiency scale can be used in this task; the scale I've attached is a 0-4 proficiency scale aligned with CCSS SL 9&10.4.