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Natalie Kojima

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Writer's Workshop #8 - Using a Rubric to Self-Assess (OPTION 1)

Please choose option 1 (rubric) or option 2 (checklist) or you can do both activities if you want to! Hello Amazing Writers! At this time, you've probably finished a whole bunch of amazing series books, or one or two REALLY good realistic fiction books. Well, when you're feeling done with a book, it's good to look at a rubric or checklist to see what good first grade writers should be doing, and check if you're doing those things. Rubrics are special charts that teachers use to grade kids. They look at the things first grade writing should have, and they check your writing to see if you did those things and tried your best. Hey... Why wait for a teacher to tell you if you did well? You can check that yourself! Click on the template and use the drawing tool to circle evidence in the rubric. Use green to circle what you think you're doing well. Use blue to circle what you think you can improve on or do more of. Lastly, use the microphone to tell us a goal you will work on to get better at. Remember to have a growth mindset... mistakes help us learn, and trying your best and working on things you need to improve on will always help you get better! You've got this! Let's read your writing and set some goals! GOOOOOOOOO WRITERS!!!

1st Grade, Writing
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This is an additional lesson added after Session 6 as a check in on the students' writing. This is not part of the Lucy Calkin's Unit of Study but it is a supplement to Unit 4.