) What is (should be) your relationship with the community, parents, teaching colleagues, or administration?
Use perfect grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure.
Write complete sentences.
Use only one idea for each paragraph and be sure to provide a transition between paragraphs. Use topic sentences.
Avoid using jargon, slang and contractions.
Your conclusion should provide a logical ending to your paper.
Avoid being redundant in your writing.
Avoid broad generalizations.
Your analysis should be positive.
Before writing your conclusion reflect on the following questions:
a) How could the curriculum be modified based on your findings to meet the needs of the diverse students in your classroom?
b) What are your beliefs about how students learn, achieve, accomplish, feel, etc.?
c) How could your beliefs affect curriculum design/implementation, teaching/learning?
d) How can you balance the needs of the individual learner based on the students’ writing samples you analyzed?
e) What are your goals for students after analyzing the writing samples? How can they best be met?
f) What is (should be) your relationship with the community, parents, teaching colleagues, or administration?