Reading Journal Blank template An excellent way to keep track of reading at home. This encourages pupils to record their reading each week, set targets and document new words. I usually make this into a booklet for the whole year by photocopying multiple copies of the log pages and make multiple copies of the new words grid.
What I want you to know about me (Drama Edition) A start of term sheet that encourages students to let you get to know them better and for them to get to know you better!!! I fill the teacher’s section in (except the reply to the question) and then photocopy it!
Group Feedback A blank group feedback document that has a space for individual feedback too. This is a good tool for providing documented feedback for performances. It allows students to have feedback on their work as a group/cast/ensemble as well as focusing in on their individual performance/contribution. i usually fill in the group boxes, photocopy and then add the individual feedback. This isn’t something you couldn’t make yourself, it just looks pretty! What it contains: what went well even better if individual feedback reflection targets for improvement
Whole Class Feedback Form A blank template for you to complete for your classes. Personally, I have found this to be a useful resource for students to be reflective about their work and it helps me to manage my workload. Includes: what went well misconceptions non-negotiable errors praise photo frames Quality of Written Communication what applies to me section targets for improvement