For our writing block each day, we have a quick mini-lesson and then work through the writing process in response to a weekly (sometimes bi-weekly) writing project/prompt. I keep track of how students are making progress with this Status of the Class tracking chart.
You can find the FREE chart in my TPT store by clicking here.
I decided to make an illustrated version of this chart so that non-readers and struggling readers could better be able to tell independently what the steps in the writing process are. This version of the chart can be found in my TPT store by clicking here.
In conjunction with this new chart, I wanted a way to make students accountable for the goals we talk about during our writing conferences, so I made a writing conference binder with dividers between each child and anecdotal notes pages. Then, I made a Writing Goal Chart. The teacher and student work together to choose an appropriate writing goal based on their writing conference. The student puts a labeled clothespin on the appropriate goal. Then, the goal can be revisited at each conference and changed when it has been met consistently. The chart can be adapted for different grade levels by selecting the goals most appropriate for your age group of students and using only those.
You can find this goal chart in my TPT store by clicking here.