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Semester Reflection 2013

Semester Reflection 2013

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Published by Lee Ann Spillane
Reflective semester exam given to my ninth grade English students.
Reflective semester exam given to my ninth grade English students.

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Published by: Lee Ann Spillane on Jan 18, 2013
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Semester Reflection 2013Student Name: _________________________
For this portion of the exam, you will need your journal, your reading logs and pieces of writing we’veworked on this year. Please answer each question as completely and specifically as possible.
Final Exam ScoringABCDIdeas &OrganizationAll answers reflectspecifically on skillslearned; paragraphs arewell developed andorganizedMost answers reflectspecifically on skillslearned; most answers arewritten in organized anddeveloped paragraphsSome answers reflectgenerally on skills learned;a few answers may not bewell developed or organizedFew answers reflectspecifically on skills learnedor describe rather thanreflect; answers are general,brief and may not bewritten as paragraphsSupportSpecific evidence isdescribed for all skillslearned.Evidence is explained formost skills learned;sometimes it is specific.Some evidence is generallydescribed for some skillslearned.Student cannot or does notdescribe specific evidence of skills learned.
1. On my own, I read __________ books this semester.2. The top five books I would recommend are…TitleWould recommend to because12345
 
3. Write a short, well organized essay about your reading life.4. How has
reading 
changed for you this year? What skill(s) did you learn about or learn how todo?
 
5. What affect did participating in NaNoWriMo have on your writing?6.
Focus on one of the texts we read together (
The Odyssey,
a memoir,
 Anthem
or 
Touching Spirit Bear 
).Choose one and described what you learned from our study of it.
7.
Think about a specific character’s internal or external conflict. What did the character’s conflict teachyou about life?
8
. How has your vocabulary changed this year? What has helped you learn words this year?
9
. How have you developed as a speaker or listener? Be specific—what can you do or do you knowabout speaking and listening that you didn’t know before.

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