Self-Evaluation of February’s
Primary Literature Project: 100th Day Project
˙ The creative part of my project was ready to share on Fri., February 7
˙ The writing part of my project was ready to share on Fri., February 7
˙ I did all the writing/drawing on the project. (No adult handwriting)
˙ My name is neatly written on my project.
˙ I discussed my ideas with an adult in my home and then drew and wrote my project proposal.
˙ I had my project proposal approved by my homeroom teacher by 1/30/03
˙ My project proposal was late.
˙ When it was my turn to listen while other people were sharing their projects:
I was I was almost I need
always polite. always polite. to improve.
LOOK AT THE CREATIVE PART OF YOUR PROJECT:
˙ My project represents 100 accurately.
The appearance of your project is important. The 100 “whatevers” should be arranged neatly. Evaluate the appearance of your project. Do you think this project represents your very best work? Why?
LOOK AT THE WRITING PART OF YOUR PROJECT:
˙ I wrote a rough draft. I handed in my rough draft.
˙ I proofread my work with an adult before I wrote a final copy.
˙ I wrote complete sentences.
˙ I handed in a final copy of my work in my best handwriting.
The writing part answers these questions:
˙ Describe your project.
˙ How does your project represent 100?
˙ Does your project represent a pattern?
˙ What did you have to do to complete your project?
˙ What were the steps you followed?
Do you think the writing part of your project represents your very best work? Why?
My project is: ____limited ____steady ____strong
could be much is good is excellent
What suggestions for projects for next time do you have?
This project is ____limited ____steady ____strong