English, Reading

Sharing Books Publicly

This is an example of the feedback tool we will be using this semester. Students have identified their reading habits and set goals for reading volume or comprehension. Each book or text shared publicly can be used as evidence of reading and comprehension during self-reporting for reading at the end of the semester.

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  1. Joy Kirr

    Abe, since I started using that form I created (above) with my students, we’ve tweaked the “suggestions” portion to be “circles,” which means students may only choose ONE suggestion now. When I had shared the feedback with students on the online gradebook, more than one suggestion was “too much” and they didn’t take ANY of them. So… we’re down to one at a time, and they work on one at a time. Works much better! Updated form is back on this post from 2016: http://geniushour.blogspot.com/2016/07/hacking-literacy-my-take-away.html You can also find the link to it on our class Weebly here: http://scholarsrm239.weebly.com/book-talks–read-alouds

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