Independent reading (road map)(1)


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Independent reading (road map)(1)

  1. 1. Independent Reading - Elementary : Reading Roadmap Teacher Name: Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2Respects others Student reads quietly and Student reads quietly. S/he Student makes 1-2 stays in one place in the moves around once or comments or noises when reading area. twice but does not distract reading, but stays in one others. place in reading area.Stays on task Student reads the entire Student reads almost all Student reads some (50% or period. This may be (80% or more) of the more) of the time. independent reading or period. done with adult or peer assistance, as assigned.Focus on story/article Student is lost in the book. Student seems to be Student seems to be reading Theres no looking around enjoying and moving the book, but doesnt seem or flipping through the through the text, but takes to be very interested. Takes pages. some short breaks. a few short breaks.Tries to understand Stops reading when it Stops reading when it Stops reading when it doesnt make sense and doesnt make sense and doesnt makes sense and reads parts again. Looks up tries to use strategies to asks for assistance. words s/he doesnt know. get through the tricky spots or to figure out new words.Thinks about the Student accurately Student accurately Student accurately describesstory/article describes what they read describes what they read. most of what they read. and makes connections to their life, other books/movies, or to the world.
  2. 2. Follows directions Student follows format of Student follows format of Student follows the format the reading road map and the reading road map and of the reading road map and identifies that there are identifies that there are identifies that there are stopping points for stopping points but misses stopping points but misses questions or thinking time. a few (30%) of these the majority (60%) of these points. points.
  3. 3. dmap 1 Student reads loudly, makes repeated comments or noises OR fidgets and moves about often, distracting others. Student wastes a lot of reading time. Pretends to read the book. Mostly looks around or fiddles with things. Gives up entirely OR plows on without trying to understand the text. Student has difficulty describing what they read.
  4. 4. Student does not follow theformat of the reading roadmap and does not observethe stopping points at all.