Project Journal: Follow the guidelines “How to write your Design reflection Journal or Blog” to complete any of your project journals unless given special instructions by teacher or a modified version for a specific project. Each journal must contain at least 4 paragraphs. Each paragraph must explain your progression throughout the project using the design cycle. The questions will help you explain and reflect what you did throughout your project. Each Criteria strand must be written in a paragraph:
6th grade minimum of 6 sentences
7th grade minimum of 7 sentences
8th grade minimum of 8 sentences
Reflection Journal: Reflection journals is well written paragraph reflecting on the Target learning goal for a specific assignment or project. Format for reflection journals: All reflection questions will be answered on the same word document in office 365.
Title of Target Lesson
Write the reflection question
Respond to the question in paragraph form. 6th grade: minimum of 6 sentences 7th grade: minimum of 7 sentences
Save your document as Reflection Journal Expectation for “Catch Up” Day:
Work on incomplete assignments for projects that are due for the week.
Work on any missing work from being absent from class.
Teacher discretion on assignments that can be submitted again for a higher grade.. No change of a grade for summative assessments.
Note: Make sure you keep any papers (resources) you receive in your class binder or folder, and check your webmail daily for class information. The classroom expectation for all students is work on your assignments as they are given in class. Your assignments must be turn in on the date given by the teacher. If you need extended time, it will be teacher discretion. Remember, extended time is only given as needed based on the guidelines of the assignment and the work effort of the student. (hint: Stay on task and putting forth an effort to complete the assignments.) This is an example of design specifications for an assignment (constraints and requirements)