Book Clubs: Peer and Self-Reflection 2020
Help your classmates improve their presentation-giving skills. Be kind and constructive. Words matter. Thanks!
What is your last name?
What is your first name?
Which book club meeting is this reflection for?
What book is your group reading?
Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Born a Crime by Trevor Noah
Blood Water Paint by Joy McCollough
The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X. R. Pan
Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie
Who is absent in your group today?
Present in class with my book and printed role sheet
Present in class with my book but no printed role sheet (I'll email it asap)
Present with role sheet but no book in class
Present in class without book or role sheet
Absent and I already turned in my role
Absent and I will get my role to Matheny ASAP
How well did the group focus on the way that the author uses language for a particular audience or purpose? (which is the goal of your discussion) --Required unless you were absent
Little new information was shared that is academically or socially useful. #meh
Very prepared: my worldview will now be more analytical and evidence-based. #imshook
What did you learn from this experience about presenting, language, or the world? --Required unless you were absent
Any compliments or constructive feedback that might benefit another presenter? Be kind and helpful. --Required unless you were absent
This space is where you tell us if things are going great in your group discussion. Let us know who is doing a great job and with what, and if you're concerned a student isn't bringing as much to this learning experience as you are, you can also let us know.
Were there snacks?
We manifested an epic and bountiful smorgasbord.
We brought food which, though not ultimately memorable, was totally sufficient.
Someone forgot the food.
We didn't want food anyway.
Connect your book to any other text or history unit you've studied in 8th, 9th, or 10th grade classes, thematically or structurally or in terms of conventions, to the presentation given (complete ideas). --Required unless you were absent
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