Monologue Writing Self-Assessment

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Ages 11 and up. Easy form for students to assess their own monologue writing skills.

Giving students the opportunity to recognize ways in which they can improve their own monologue writing skills can be pretty empowering. Here is a simple handout to give to your students so that they may assess their own work.

Students answer a few simple questions with the following symbols:

+ I’ve done it! I feel good about it. It is clear.
I’m still working on it.
I am not there yet. I need help.

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