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    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.

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    • Laurie Chambers

      Writing rubric with writing samples for writing at each level. Not not all kids are ready to use them effectively. This one is visual so students will easily be able to effectively analyze, “which sample does my writing most look like and why?”

    • Mary Eatön

      Visual Writing Rubric is a great way to show what is expected throughout the year. I would make one of these each trimester to show how writing progresses in 1st grade.

    • Samantha Blackman

      11. I will provide a rubric in my writing center that has a writing sample of what is expected to obtain that specific score. Having four samples to compare their work to will make them much more accountable. It will provide a great visual and will allow me to say, “which sample does your writing most look like and why?” and the students can verbally respond to that.

    • Melissa Barrett

      A great display for a writing center - students can review and set goals for for their own writing. Sometimes kids (and parents) need to SEE what a 4, 3, 2 or 1 LOOK like. Link at: http://zeekszoo.blogspot.com/2012/03/writing-posters.html

    • Ashlyn

      Clutter-Free Classroom: Visual Writing Rubric {INSPIRED} the writing is too high level but I love the visual rubric idea .

    • Carol Fogleman

      Visual writing rubric anchor chart. Love the visual comparison of the drawings as the details are added.

    • Amy Whitby

      Visual representation of writing rubrics...put near writing center

    • Alexandra Magiera

      Here's to meeting our writing goals this year!

    • Jennifer Veske

      Clutter-Free Classroom: writing rubric

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