Slice of Life Evaluation
For this 200 point project, 50% of your grade is earned through the actual completionof the project, both posting and commenting, a
grade. The other part of thisgrade is related to the
of your work. Through self-reflection and evaluation,you will figure out if you grew as a writer during this process. Please go back to your blog page and reread allof your posts and reread other students’ comments to answer the following questions.
Did you complete 10 Slice of Life blog posts for the writing challenge? Write down the date that youposted and the title of each of your posts.
Date Posted Title12345678910
Read the Chart below. Determine where you fall for the number of posts and timeliness of yourcommenting by circling the appropriate descriptor in the chart.
Grade How Many Posts? Timeliness
A 10 of 10
No late posts for A
; no more than 2 late posts for an A-; All of posts met the 2paragraph length policyB 8 of 10 Most posts are on time or posted by the next morning; or 10 of 10 with up to 2 lateposts; Most of the posts are at least 2 paragraphs in lengthC7 of 10 or
10 of 10 late
Some posts are on time;
may be posted a day or two late; student may havemade up posts late to complete the project; Some posts are 2 paragraphs in lengthD 6 of 10
posts are published; They are often published late or after the fact. Few posts are2paragraphs in length.F 5 or less Few posts are posted; They are often posted late or student did not complete . Postsrarely meet the 2 paragraph requirement.
Grade Comment #s Timeliness
AEveryday!18-20Kept up with the commenting on a daily basis; rarely commented the day afterBUsually14-16 Usually kept up with comments; occasionally commented the 1-2 days afterCSometimes10-12 Sometimes kept up with comments, but sometimes commented 2 or more days after thefactDNot really8-10 Rarely kept up with commenting, but I did comment someF I didn’t keep up.Less than 8I couldn’t do both the commenting and the writing; few comments posted.