I still want to change the way I teach social studies. If I try the region "scrapbook" idea, I will need to create rubrics. This could be a good way to help students see the difference between a 4 and 1. Visual Rubrics, Student, For Kids, Writing Posters, Zeek Zoos, Great Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Anchors Charts, Writing Rubrics
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The "writing goals" poster is a great reminder for me and helps me coach children on the specific areas that they need to work on.
The writing rubric would be an excellent idea to have hanging in the classroom for the students to reference to while doing in class writing activities. The standards that would correspond with this pin would be any writing standard within the third grade level. For example 3.W.1: Writing: Text types and purposes. Writing opinion pieces on topics or texts
This creates a visual for a rubric. The hamburger rubric is a great idea. It allows students to have a visual cue and new terms for their writing assignment. If a teacher recieves 'gettting started work' the student can go to this display and see what needs to be done to improve their writing.
Use this resource to quickly and easily create your own visual writing rubric to help your primary students self assess their work. No drawing required! :)$