One Pager. Please print this slide show, follow the directions, and staple it to your reading response. What It Does. Connects the verbal with the visual. It connects literature’s thoughts to your thoughts. It appeals to verbal, visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners.
Please print this slide show, follow the directions, and staple it to your reading response.
Belief in prophesy
“Then I fired four more times at the motionless body where the bullets without leaving a trace. And it was like knocking four quick times on the door of unhappiness” (Camus 59).
“Lennie spoke craftily, ‘Tell me—like you done before.’
‘Tell you what ?’
About the rabbits’ ” (Steinbeck 13).
Verse, Song, Poetry Example: “Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player/That struts and frets his hour upon the stage/ And then is heard no more. It is a tale/ Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,/ Signifying nothing” (Shakespeare 5.5.27-29).
For those who want to be more adventurous, consider creating a One-Pager that is three dimensional or something that is created by using a computer.
One pagers can take many forms. When being creative, do not limit yourself to the confines on a single sheet of paper.
Grading Made EasyWritten Evaluation
0 Errors = A = 5
1 Error = B = 4
2 Errors = C = 3
3 Errors = L = 2
4+ Errors = K = 1
(List criteria on back of assignment, noting what you did correctly. Must include written evaluation and show corrections made to assignment to raise your level of learning)
Write one sentence explaining what you did well according to the skill being learned using the language of Bloom’s taxonomy. Then, write one more sentence explaining what you could do better or differently next time and how you could move up one level on Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Higher Order Thinking Skills
Student Directions for Written Evaluation
Lower Order Thinking Skills