While thank you cards may be a dying art in today’s society, students at NSHS say differently. After completing our Shape Duet Projects, we reflected in two ways. One was to write a thank you letter describing three things they liked about working with their partner. The other way we reflected was to complete a peer review form. Students appreciate this form as they get the opportunity to sound out about group members in a professional manner.
Here are some of the great thank you cards students wrote: now who wouldn’t like to have one of these in their portfolio?
So tell us: what’s the hardest thing about writing a thank you card [besides sitting right down and doing it…]?