How to Help Students Set #Goals for #CreativeWriting Projects in the #English Classroom

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It’s tricky to judge creative projects. After more than 20 years in the English classroom, I’ve found it’s best to let students set their own goals sometimes. The template below is the second half of a Writing Log that I often use with the six traits of writing. Take a look at last week’s post for the first half of this template and a few more detailed guidelines about how you can use it in your English class.

Printable writing log with boxes for setting goals and reflecting on the six traits of writing.

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