These discussions and examples focus on manager-to-employee feedback.
Solution and Conclusion Bottom Layer of Bread: My Favorite Part and Illustration This set of teaching resources contains 3 printable worksheets for students to write their first drafts on. On my first draft worksheets, I have designed the writing line spaces to match the spaces allotted on the final draft sandwich templates.
First Draft Worksheet 1: Students write the title, author, and genre of the book. This information is written in the top layer of the bread. Students write about the setting of the book in the tomato template and they describe the main and minor characters in the onion template.
First Draft Worksheet 2: Students write about the problem, complication, or challenge that the main character must solve or overcome in the lettuce template. Next, students write about the story climax in the cheese template. First Draft Worksheet 3: Students write about the solution and conclusion of the book in the meat template.
Finally, students write about their favorite part of the story in the bottom bread template. Black and White Sandwich Templates: This book report project contains 7 templates that are stapled together at the top to form a sandwich flip book.
The finished sandwich book report project includes 7 sandwich layers and each layer of the sandwich is approximately 7 inches in height and 7 inches in width. Top Layer of Bread Template: Main and Minor Characters Lettuce Template: Solution and Conclusion Bottom Bread Template: When I am first introducing my students to a new book report project, I believe that it is important for them to have a visual example of what a completed project looks like.
I always complete an example of this sandwich book report project before I introduce this assignment to my students.
Before my students begin writing their first drafts, I show them my finished sandwich project. I have found that my students are engaged and use their best effort as they go through the steps of the writing process and complete this fun book report project.
My students also enjoy hearing about the book that I chose to do my book report project on. This is also a wonderful opportunity to share a book that I would like to encourage my students to read.
To save you time in coloring your example that you show to your students, I have included color sandwich templates in this teaching resources set. I display my finished sandwich book report at the front of my classroom so that students can refer to it as they are completing their own sandwich projects.
Sandwich Color Templates 7 worksheets that are cut out and then stapled together to form a sandwich flip book. I know that it takes teachers a lot of time to design and assemble their classroom bulletin board displays. Many teachers spend their valuable time cutting out large display letters or making a banner at home on their own computers.
If you have access to a laminating machine, I recommend that you laminate your banner so that it will be more durable and you can use it again in the future. Sandwich Bulletin Board Banner 5 printable worksheets that are glued together to form a long bulletin board display banner.
I have designed 8 sandwich accent pieces that contain slogans written on them that promote reading.Early Reviewers: Free advance copies of books.
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The sandwich technique can be very effective but you must know how to use it. If not used effectively, the message you are trying to get across, which face the fact, is the criticism, can be lost.
After reading a book, write the different parts of the report on the various sandwich fixin’s—much more fun than writing out a traditional book report on lined paper! Top bread slice: Write the book . Sandwich Book Report Assembling Di Materials Needed: Final Draft Templates o Evaluation Rubric o Pencil or Pen o Color Pencils/Markers o Scissors and Stapler 1.
Using your edited First Draft, complete the writing sections in your sandwich templates. 2.
Draw and color a picture from the book on the title bread slice. 3. Draw and color a picture. Sports journalists and bloggers covering NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MMA, college football and basketball, NASCAR, fantasy sports and more. News, photos, mock drafts, game. As America's most fearless purveyor of "truthiness," Stephen Colbert shines a light on ego-driven punditry, moral hypocrisy and government incompetence, raising the bar for political satire.