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Evaluation: A Reading Strategy. Created by Mrs. Cowan. What is evaluation?. Evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read. Evaluation is the reader’s chance to assess the book or text. When do you evaluate a text?.

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evaluation a reading strategy

Evaluation: A Reading Strategy

Created by Mrs. Cowan

what is evaluation
What is evaluation?
  • Evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read.
  • Evaluation is the reader’s chance to assess the book or text.
when do you evaluate a text
When do you evaluate a text?
  • As a reader, you can evaluate a text DURING reading.
  • As a reader, you can evaluate a text AFTER reading.
  • In other words, evaluate the text during and after reading.
how do you evaluate a text
How do you evaluate a text?
  • Decide if the author was able to make the story come to life.
  • Decide if the story was informative, entertaining or useful.
  • Think about how well you understood the text.
  • Decide if you enjoyed the text.
what questions can you ask to evaluate a text
What questions can you ask to evaluate a text?
  • Did I like the story?
  • What did I like about the story? What did I dislike? Explain.
  • What does the story make me think of?
  • Does the story remind me of anything? Why?
your turn to evaluate the text
Your turn to evaluate the text.

Pumpkin SurpriseI was choosing a pumpkin,A fat orange pumpkin,When I spotted a holeIn its side-A hole like a door,A little round door,A door that led straightTo a house-

your turn to evaluate the text1
Your turn to evaluate the text.

In the space of a minuteI saw what was in it,-It wasn't a thing you'd forget!Curled in that pumpkin,That fat, orange pumpkin,Was a fat, little gray MOUSE.A mouse in a house in a pumpkin.On a floor that was covered with seeds.Curled up and cozy,Snoozy and dozy,Asleep on a soft bed of weeds!

now your turn to evaluate the text
Now your turn to evaluate the text.
  • Turn to a partner and discuss the text.
  • Be sure to EVALUATE or assess the text.
  • Remember, evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read.
  • Evaluation is the reader’s chance to assess the book or text.
  • Evaluation requires the reader to ask questions during and after reading.
  • Evaluation allows you to express your opinion about the text.