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Writing Workshop: Writer’s Reflection Sheets

By Beth Newingham on January 25, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

In our classroom’s writing center for our Writing Workshop, I have two plastic shelves labeled "First Drafts" and "Writer Reflection Sheets."

Students turn in their first drafts to let me know that they are ready to conference with me before making revisions and beginning a final draft.

Then after students have published a story, they fill out a "Writer's Reflection Sheet" on which they reflect on the specific piece of published writing. The reflection sheet is added to their writing portfolio.

Here is the Writer's Reflection Sheet I created.

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