Reflection: Student Feedback So.. What Do You Think - Using Evaluative Questions with Literature - Section 5: Students Take a Turn

 

One of the big focuses in the Common Core Standards is that students use the text to verify answers.  I am very pleased to see that my students look and check back with the text for information. In this video, the student is using the text for spelling and ideas without prompting.

I use this discussion as a kind of formative assessment. When I check on students as they're working, I often ask "How do you know that?"  or "Where did you find that information?"  This is a kind of metacognitive thinking that makes readers skilled in comprehension.

  Student Feedback: Making a Habit with Verifying Answers in the Text
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So.. What Do You Think - Using Evaluative Questions with Literature

Unit 9: Questioning - Get to the Heart of the Text!!
Lesson 3 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use evaluative questions about the text and illustrations to increase their understanding of literature.

Big Idea: Ask a question - get an opinion!

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Social Studies, rhyme, Reading, Listening and Speaking, 2nd Grade, opinion, figurative language, inference, evaluative questions, history of US
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