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Here are some of the ways that process sheets can help your students:

  • They encourage students to describe their process and progress as they complete assignments.
  • They encourage students to recognize and reflect on the steps associated with completing quality work.
  • They teach students to request targeted feedback regarding their work—and to help you focus and streamline your critiques.

Creating a Process Sheet

Include 2-4 of the below prompts with the assignment and ask students to turn in their responses in writing, along with their homework.

Sample Prompts

  • What did you learn about this topic, concept or technique that you didn’t know before you began the project?
  • In two or three sentences, what is this purpose of this piece?
  • Who is the intended audience for this piece?
  • If you had more time, what would you do to improve your work?
  • What would you have like to included in this piece but were not able to? Explain.
  • Which parts of this piece are you most pleased with? Explain.
  • What do you plan to do next?
  • How much time did you spend on this part of the assignment?
  • What advice would you offer another student who had been given the same assignment?
  • What did you change and/or add to this piece since the last time you submitted it?
  • Point out at least two aspects of your work that you would like to feedback on.
  • Which areas of this piece caused you trouble? Explain.
  • What resources (web sites, books, magazines, etc.) did you use as inspiration for this piece?
  • What do you want your audience to think, feel or understand after they have viewed your work?
  • Mention anyone (classmates, friends, tutors, relatives, instructors, and significant others) who helped you develop this piece. What kind of help or feedback was especially helpful?

Credit: This resource was created by P. Rachel Levin, Faculty Development.

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