Reading Comprehension Rubric, Session 1 MSQI-Reciprocal Reading Sarah Benis Scheier-Dolberg AUSSIE Consultant
Predicting * Questioning * Clarifying Summarizing * Thinking Aloud Which of these strategies have you had the most success helping your students to master? What does mastery of that strategy look like for students at your grade level? Warm Up
Session Objectives • Come together as a school-wide ELA team to discuss reciprocal reading work within the MSQI initiative • Review the Reciprocal Reading (Reading Comprehension) Rubric for use in ELA classrooms in May and June 2013 in connection to MSQI and Common Core instructional shifts
Reciprocal Reading in Recent Research (Hattie, 2009)
Accessing Reciprocal Reading Materials Online www.sarahbsd.wordpress/pdresources/x144
Rubric Review Activity • Choose one class to focus on for this activity. • Start with the blank rubric handout. • Look at the PREDICTING row, starting on the left-hand side of the rubric (1). • Fill in names for students who you consider meeting the criteria for this box in the rubric when approaching a grade-level text. • Continue across the row in the same fashion. • Move onto the next row (QUESTIONING).
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