Creating a Course Folder
Inside your Google Drive, create a course folder and share it (with full editing privileges) with Mrs. Juster (ejuster). Name this folder (last name, first name_SemesterYearEnglish) as indicated in the examples below (one for each semester):
A four folders to your course folder. Name each one as follows (see example on right):
- Reader's & Writer's Notebook
- Semester Essay Tests
- Summative #1
- Summative #2
- Summative #3 (cp & honors only)
At a later date, you will add a portfolio and Mrs. Juster will add a progress tracker. In the spring semester, an additional folder (Archive_Fall2017) is placed within the course folder to serve as an archive of the previous semester.
Organize your Reader's & Writer's Notebook
Located inside your course folder is your Reader's and Writer's Notebook. This is where you will keep a variety of folders and documents.
Be sure to clearly identify each document in your notebook. Begin each document title with the letters RWN.
Prepare for Summative Assessment
Organize formative work in your Reader's and Writer's Notebook to help you demonstrate readiness for a summative assessment.
Create a sub-folder in your Reader’s & Writer’s Notebook titled “Prep for Summative # (insert appropriate summative number).
Then place the following work in this sub-folder:
- Reader's Response or Viewer's Response
- Research Work
Organize your Summative Assessment Folders
As you work on a summative assessment, organize your folder as indicated in the example to the right.
A sub-folder contains all summative assessment draft work . Name the summative assessment as indicated. Mrs. Juster will add the appropriate rubric to this folder.