Writing Self Assessment

Writing Self Assessment

1. What do I notice about myself as a writer as I read through my work?

I noticed that I sometimes see errors in my writing, but other people sometimes see a lot. But that's only like once or twice.

2. How have I changed as a writer so far?

I learned when and where to put the commons, periods, and question marks.

3. What are three things I do well as a writer?

I spell the words right, I write stories that make sense, and I know when to start a new paragraph.

4. What are some things I want to get stronger at as a writer?

When should I use different words like instead of I its my.

5. What is my favorite piece, and what are the things I love about it?

I like to write about fiction stuff. I would write random stuff like 'There was a kid named Jake' that and stuff.


Describe what you liked about playing the Factor Captor.
I liked playing it because it was fun and it helped me with learning factors.

Explain how making an array might help someone find factors of a number.
It would help because you can find factors in numbers like 60. There is a lot of factors in 60.

Look back through journal pages 2-28. What activity or lesson did you enjoy most in this unit and what did you learn from it.
I enjoyed learning the math games. It helped me learn factors.

My Learning


I like doing math, but I need help with problem stories. I sometimes don't get them. For a times questions I do partial quotients. I'm not that good at division. Unit 4 is about division. It was still fun learning about division. We played games and math problems with division. It was a good unit, but not the best.