Concerned about students who don't complete reading assignments before they come to class?
One way to encourage them to do these assignments is to assign a Reading Response Sheet.
Amy Oden (Oklahoma City University; email@example.com) recently described her Reading Response Sheet on a faculty development listserv. She requires students to send their responses to her via email by 9:00 the night before class, and she uses them to plan class time. She reports that students are much better prepared for class and more self-conscious about their learning.
This is the form she uses:
Reading Response Sheet
Words for review:
Things I found confusing:
Things I found interesting:
Things I'd like to discuses in class: