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The Write Stuff
About this Daily Classroom Special:
The Write Stuff was written  by Teachers Network web mentor, Lisa Kihn, a math and language arts teacher at Nevin Platt Middle School in Boulder, Colorado. Lisa believes in project based learning and curriculum integration to actively involve students in their learning process.

 Literature Logs Self-Evaluation


_____ COMPLETENESS
Every entry has two paragraphs

3)  I am completely caught up
2)  I am missing one entry
1)  I am missing more than one entry


_____ SUMMARY PARAGRAPHS

3)  I have 3 – 5 sentences that clearly explain what I have read without too much detail

2)  I have fewer than 3 or more than 5 sentences and my paragraphs are not always clear

1)  I have not really worked on writing good paragraphs



_____ REACTION PARAGRAPHS

3)  I have at least 3 sentences and I have clearly expressed my personal thoughts about the book. (I may also have included examples from the book to support what I have written.)

2)  I have less than 3 sentences and my reaction is not very detailed

1)  I have not really worked on writing good reactions


_____ SPELLING, MECHANICS AND GRAMMAR

1)  I have attempted to use all the rules correctly

0)  I have several mistakes


One thing I did well on my lit log…….


One thing I still need to work on……

To The Write Stuff, How to Make Your Students Better Readers With Literature Logs 

To the Literature Logs Sample page

 

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