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Assessing Reading: Tovani 7, 8, 9. Jeta Donovan March 8, 2012. Agenda. Reading Fill-In the Blank Text-Mark Up Prompts AND Small Group Discussion Rubric Assessing Readers. Reading Fill-in The blank. Form Reading Partnerships.

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assessing reading tovani 7 8 9
Assessing Reading: Tovani 7, 8, 9
  • Jeta Donovan
  • March 8, 2012
agenda
Agenda
  • Reading Fill-In the Blank
  • Text-Mark Up
  • Prompts AND Small Group Discussion Rubric
  • Assessing Readers
reading fill in the blank
Reading Fill-in The blank
  • Form Reading Partnerships.
  • Partner A will begin reading the text aloud. Whenever you get to a part in ALL CAPS and in brackets, partner B should fill in a response.
  • At the text break, partners switch roles.
text mark up
Text Mark-Up
  • Each group will get a math story. Your goal is not to complete the problem but to mark up the text with your questions and comments.
  • Each member will have a role in the types of comments they should make on the text:
    • Questioner: Asks questions to deepen or clarify understanding.
    • Connector: Make comments that connect to outside experiences, prior knowledge, other texts, or world events.
    • Summarizer: Makes comments that paraphrase and synthesize meaning of the text.
    • Vocabulary Decoder: Makes notes about meaning and importance of vocabulary in the reading.
scored discussion
Scored Discussion
  • Positive
  • States an opinion (2)_________
  • Makes a relevant comment (1)_________
  • Supports a position with facts (2)__________
  • Draws another person into the discussion (1)_____________
  • Recognizes contradictions in another person’s statements (2)_____________
  • Recognizes irrelevant comments (2)_______________
  • Makes a connection/analogy (2)_____________________
  • Asks a question that moves the discussion along (1)___________________
  • Evaluates or refers to another person’s opinion (1)________________
  • Builds on previous point (1)_____________________
  • Uses vocabulary regarding specific content or concepts taught in this class (1)_________________
  • Negative
  • Does not pay attention/distracts others (-2)_____________
  • Interrupts (-2)________________
  • Makes irrelevant comment (-1)_______________
  • Monopolizes the discussion (-3)_____________
  • Engages in personal attacks (-3)_________________
  • Uses inappropriate language (-2)____________________
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