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Evaluation

  1. 1. Evaluation: A Reading Strategy Brought to you by Mrs. Cowan
  2. 2. What is evaluation? • Evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read. • Evaluation is the reader’s chance to assess the book or text.
  3. 3. When do you evaluate a text? • As a reader, you can evaluate a text DURING reading. • As a reader, you can evaluate a text AFTER reading. • In other words, evaluate the text during and after reading.
  4. 4. How do you evaluate a text? • Decide if the author was able to make the story come to life. • Decide if the story was informative, entertaining or useful. • Think about how well you understood the text. • Decide if you enjoyed the text.
  5. 5. What questions can you ask to evaluate a text? • Did I like the story? • What did I like about the story? What did I dislike? Explain. • What does the story make me think of? • Does the story remind me of anything? Why?
  6. 6. Your turn to evaluate the text. A portion of text should be read to the class. Provide time for the students to turn and talk.
  7. 7. Now your turn to evaluate the text. • Turn to a partner and discuss the text. • Be sure to EVALUATE or assess the text. • Remember, evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read.
  8. 8. Conclusion • Evaluation is when a reader decides what they like or do not like about what they have read. • Evaluation is the reader’s chance to assess the book or text. • Evaluation requires the reader to ask questions during and after reading. • Evaluation allows you to express your opinion about the text.

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