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Beyond Multiple Choice
Reading Comprehension
Marlena
Hebern
@mhebern
“I dunno!”
-Marzono Center
Comprehension Questions
• Ways to solicit student
responses
• How to align them to the
DOK and to the standards
• Easy Reps
Jot down 2
comprehension questions
for your grade level.
Show them to the person
next to you.
Compare and contrast.
Now a test
Join Pear Deck
reflect on better DOK questions
Grade 4 Literature
Grade 4 Literature
Grade 4 Literature
Or video as in
today’s case
Grade 4 Literature
Grade 4 Literature
First Try!
Describe the main character
in the story. Use details
from the text.
Describe the main conflict
in the story.
Describe the main conflict
in the story.
Describe another conflict.
Summarize the story in X
number of sentences. Use
examples in the story.
Describe the setting.
Use examples from the
story to support your
description.
List 5 words that describe
feelings. 

Make an example for each.
Grade 1
Does this book tell a story
or give information?
Grade1
Does this book tell a story
or give information?
Grade1
How do you know?
Somebody
Wanted
But
So
Then
My claim
Grounds
Backup
Qualitative
Errors in reasoning in my
evidence
Marzano
1
Cite from textOpen endedDescribe another
Student projects with iMovie
Choose from many pretty themes.
Use the insert menu
to inset any
of these items
into your questions.
Or add items from here.
Edit your questions from here.
View responses at any time from here.
To continue on, based on an answer,
click this box.
Answer key first row
Thanks Lisa Nowakowski!!!
https://www.literacyshed.com/the-thinking-shed.html
“The storyline is
definitely geared for
4th/5th Grade and
up.”
C. Cunningham
https://peardeck.com/samples/#/art/draggable
• Pear Deck
• Kahoot
• Socrative
• Class Flow
Marlena Hebern
@mhebern
marlenahebern.com
includes the use of linguistic and nonlinguistic representations -
See more at: http://www.marzanocenter.com/blog/article/...
Beyond Multiple Choice Comprehension
Beyond Multiple Choice Comprehension
Beyond Multiple Choice Comprehension
Beyond Multiple Choice Comprehension
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Beyond Multiple Choice Comprehension
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Beyond Multiple Choice Comprehension

  1. 1. Beyond Multiple Choice Reading Comprehension Marlena Hebern @mhebern
  2. 2. “I dunno!” -Marzono Center
  3. 3. Comprehension Questions • Ways to solicit student responses • How to align them to the DOK and to the standards • Easy Reps
  4. 4. Jot down 2 comprehension questions for your grade level.
  5. 5. Show them to the person next to you. Compare and contrast.
  6. 6. Now a test
  7. 7. Join Pear Deck
  8. 8. reflect on better DOK questions
  9. 9. Grade 4 Literature
  10. 10. Grade 4 Literature
  11. 11. Grade 4 Literature Or video as in today’s case
  12. 12. Grade 4 Literature
  13. 13. Grade 4 Literature
  14. 14. First Try!
  15. 15. Describe the main character in the story. Use details from the text.
  16. 16. Describe the main conflict in the story.
  17. 17. Describe the main conflict in the story. Describe another conflict.
  18. 18. Summarize the story in X number of sentences. Use examples in the story.
  19. 19. Describe the setting. Use examples from the story to support your description.
  20. 20. List 5 words that describe feelings. 
 Make an example for each. Grade 1
  21. 21. Does this book tell a story or give information? Grade1
  22. 22. Does this book tell a story or give information? Grade1 How do you know?
  23. 23. Somebody Wanted But So Then
  24. 24. My claim Grounds Backup Qualitative Errors in reasoning in my evidence Marzano
  25. 25. 1
  26. 26. Cite from textOpen endedDescribe another
  27. 27. Student projects with iMovie
  28. 28. Choose from many pretty themes.
  29. 29. Use the insert menu to inset any of these items into your questions.
  30. 30. Or add items from here.
  31. 31. Edit your questions from here.
  32. 32. View responses at any time from here.
  33. 33. To continue on, based on an answer, click this box.
  34. 34. Answer key first row
  35. 35. Thanks Lisa Nowakowski!!!
  36. 36. https://www.literacyshed.com/the-thinking-shed.html
  37. 37. “The storyline is definitely geared for 4th/5th Grade and up.” C. Cunningham
  38. 38. https://peardeck.com/samples/#/art/draggable
  39. 39. • Pear Deck • Kahoot • Socrative • Class Flow
  40. 40. Marlena Hebern @mhebern marlenahebern.com
  41. 41. includes the use of linguistic and nonlinguistic representations - See more at: http://www.marzanocenter.com/blog/article/what- does-common-core-tell-us-about-reading-comprehension/ #sthash.8bBeOA6x.dpuf Marzano

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