Learning Tasks Essay

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Learning Tasks

Small Group - Feedback Assessment

Respects others

Student reads quietly and stays in one place in the reading area.

Student reads quietly. S/he moves around once or twice but does not distract others.

Student makes 1-2 comments or noises when reading, but stays in one place in reading area.

Student reads loudly, makes repeated comments or noises OR fidgets and moves about often, distracting others.

Stays on task

Student reads the entire period. This may be independent reading or done with adult or peer assistance, as assigned.

Student reads almost all (80% or more) of the period.

Student reads some (50% or more) of the time.

Student wastes a lot of reading time.

Chooses Appropriate Books

Student chooses a book, which s/he has not read before, which is at or above grade level, or has been previous approved by the teacher.

Student chooses a book, which s/he has never read before and which is slightly below his/her reading level.

Student chooses a book s/he has read once before that is close to his/her reading level and was approved by the teacher.

Student chooses a book that s/he has read many times before or which is more than one grade below student's reading level.

Focus on story/article

Student is lost in the story. There is no looking around or flipping through the pages.

Student seems to be enjoying and moving through the story, but takes some short breaks.

Student seems to be reading the story, but does not seem to be very interested. Takes a few short breaks.

Pretends to read the story. Mostly looks around or fiddles with things.

Tries to understand

Stops reading when it does not make sense and reads parts again. Looks up words s/he does not know.

Stops reading when it does not make sense and tries to use strategies to get through the tricky spots or to figure out new words.

Stops reading when it does not make sense and asks for assistance.

Gives up entirely OR plows on without trying to understand the story.

Understands story elements

Student knows the title of the story as well as the names and descriptions of the important characters. Can tell approximately, when and where the story happened.

Student knows the names and descriptions of the important characters and where the story takes place.

Student knows the names OR descriptions of the important characters in the story.

Student has trouble naming and describing the characters in the story.

Thinks about the story/article

Student accurately describes what has happened in the story and tries to predict, "what will happen next."

Student accurately describes what has happened in the story.

Student accurately describes most of what happened in the story.

Student has difficulty re-telling the story.

Thinks about the characters

Student describes how different characters might have felt at different points in the story and points out some pictures or words to support his interpretation without being asked.

Student describes how different characters might have felt at different points in the story, but does not provide support for the interpretation unless asked.

Student describes how different characters might have felt at different points in the story, but does NOT provide good support for the interpretation, even when asked

Student cannot describe how different characters might have felt at different points in the story.

Web Site Research: Large Group Feedback

CATEGORY

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Content

The site has a well-stated clear purpose and theme that is carried out throughout the site, and is related to the assignment.

The site has a clearly stated purpose and theme, but may have one or two elements that do not seem to be related to it.

The purpose and theme of the site is somewhat muddy or vague and does not relate to the subject matter.

The site lacks a purpose and theme of the assignment.

Interest

The student has done an exceptional job at translating the content of the Web content, and shows high ability to translate content.

The student has tried to translate the content of the Web site.

The student has put lots of information in from the Web site but there is little evidence that the student was able to translate with…

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