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Analysis of Student Work. Analysis of Student Work. Details… plus the use of previous learning of procedural writing incorporated into the narrative piece (soon after…, at the very end…). Elaborates with a number of supporting details (I was super nervous because…, I felt proud when…).

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Analysis of student work

Analysis of Student Work

Analysis of

Student Work

Details… plus the use of previous learning of procedural writing incorporated into the narrative piece (soon after…, at the very end…)

Elaborates with a number of

supporting details (I was super nervous because…,

I felt proud when…)

Writer’s voice apparent (personality on paper!)

Evidence of a plan; the purpose is evident.


Analysis of student work

Commentary for the Student

Glow/Strength:

Commentary for the Student

Grow/Need:

Your supporting details helped create a picture in your reader’s mind. (…we had to kneel on one knee.)

Adding dialogue to your story would help to bring your characters to life and add even more excitement to an already exciting piece.

Your use of strong

verbs (practiced,

skipped, sneaked

zoomed,)

makes your character come alive and brings your personality out in your piece.

Your varied transition words and phrases help move your reader through your piece.


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