Assessing Blog Posts

As a continuation of Thursday, we’ll be looking at a number of blog posts that students have written me over the past number of years. Your task is to read the posts and assess them using the blog rubric I provided you and that you will be assessed with. Read the posts, assess each category using the rubric, assign it an overall grade, then give the writer suggestions for improvement and to ‘Bump it Up’ next time. Post to the Google Form by scanning the QR code at the top right corner of the posts provided.

I will then let you know how I would assess the posts so you understand exactly what I am looking for.

This will form the basis of an activity in the next couple of weeks where you will help create the success criteria for blogging so that you, and the rest of the class, can be as successful as possible in this endeavour.

As we had an assembly Thursday, and we could not complete the blog assessment activity in class, I have extended the due date for your blog post to the end of the day on Wednesday.

Assessing Blog Posts for Success

Today, we looked at a number of blog posts that students have written me over the past number of years. Your task was to read the posts and assess them using the blog rubric I provided you and that you will be assessed with. Read the posts, assess each category using the rubric, assign it an overall grade, then give the writer suggestions for improvement and to ‘Bump it Up’ next time. Post to the Google Form by scanning the QR code at the top right corner of the posts provided.

This will form the basis of an activity next week where you will help create the success criteria for blogging so that you, and the rest of the class, can be as successful as possible in this endeavour.

I’ll let you know how I assessed them on Tuesday.

Assessing Blog Posts – Option Sheet Assembly

Today, we looked at one of a number of blog post that students have written me over the past number of years. Your task was to read the post and assess it using the blog rubric I provided you and that you will be assessed with. Read the post, assess each category using the rubric, assign it an overall grade, then give the writer suggestions for improvement and to ‘Bump it Up’ next time. Post to the Google Form by scanning the QR code at the top right corner of the posts provided.

This will form the basis of an activity next week where you will help create the success criteria for blogging so that you, and the rest of the class, can be as successful as possible in this endeavour.

During the second half of the period we attended an option sheet and OSSLT assembly in the auditorium.

We’ll finish this activity on Tuesday and I’ll let you know how I assessed them as well.