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Ace powerpoint part 1

  1. 1. 1 Mastering the ACE technique
  2. 2. 2 End of Course English I, II, & III Reading: Short Answer SINGLE Selections Rubric Insufficient Response to the Question Score Point 0 Insufficient responses indicate a very limited reading performance. Partially Sufficient Response to the Question Score Point 1 Partially sufficient responses indicate a basic reading performance. Sufficient Response to the Question Score Point 2 Sufficient responses indicate a satisfactory reading performance. Exemplary Response to the Question Score Point 3 Exemplary responses indicate an accomplished reading performance. These responses have one of the following problems. These responses have one of the following characteristics. These responses have the following characteristics. These responses have the following characteristics  The idea is not an answer to the question asked.  The idea is incorrect because it is not based on the text.  The idea is too general, vague, or unclear to determine whether it is reasonable.  No idea is present. Sometimes the response contains only text evidence. At other times there appears to be an idea; however, this idea cannot be considered an answer to the question because it merely repeats verbatim, or “echoes,” the text evidence.  The idea is reasonable, but the response contains no text evidence.  The idea is reasonable, but the text evidence is flawed and does not adequately support the idea. Text evidence is considered inadequate when it is o only a general reference to the text, o too partial to support the idea, o weakly linked to the idea, or o used inappropriatelybecause it wrongly manipulates the meaning of the text.  The idea needs more explanation or specificity even if it is supported with text evidence.  The idea represents only a literal reading of the text, with or without text evidence.  The idea is reasonable and goes beyond a literal reading of the text. It is explained specifically enough to show that the student can make appropriate connections across the text and draw valid conclusions.  The text evidence used to support the idea is accurate and relevant.  The idea and text evidence used to support it are clearly linked.  The combination of the idea and the text evidence demonstrates a good understanding of the text.  The idea is perceptive and reflects an awareness of the complexities of the text. The student is able to develop a coherent explanation of the idea by making discerning connections across the text.  The text evidence used to support the idea is specific and well chosen. Overall, the evidence strongly supports the validity of the idea.  The combination of the idea and the text evidence demonstrates a deep understandingof the text.
  3. 3.  Score: 0 ◦ Does not answer the question, or is too vague or unclear.  Score: 1 ◦ The answer is alright but you don’t have text evidence from the story or your evidence is wrong.  Score: 2 ◦ The answer goes beyond the literal and the text evidence is accurate and relevant.  Score: 3 ◦ The answer is perceptive and the text evidence is specific and well chosen. 3
  4. 4. A stands for answer the question.  Before we answer the question, we must RESTATE the question that is asked…  For example, How did Jackie Robinson demonstrate the trait of perseverance? 4
  5. 5.  To restate the question we use the same words in the question to form a sentence.  Example: How did Jackie Robinson demonstrate the trait of perseverance?  Jackie Robinson demonstrated the trait of perseverance by… 5
  6. 6.  After restating- we must add our answer.  Jackie Robinson demonstrated the trait of perseverance by not quitting the baseball team despite the discrimination he faced. 6
  7. 7.  After we answer the question, we must CITE our answer by finding a DIRECT SENTENCE (quote) from the story to show support.  You MUST put quotation marks around your proof because you are borrowing words from the author that are not your own. 7
  8. 8.  Jackie Robinson demonstrated the trait of perseverance by not quitting the baseball team despite the discrimination he faced.  “At every game he had to put up with abuse from the stands; but something inside him would not let him give up.” 8
  9. 9.  Expanding your answer is a SIMPLE and DIRECT ONE sentence conclusion to your answer.  Do NOT introduce any new information in your conclusion statement.  Do not make your explanation more than one sentence!  Keep it simple! Stay on the main topic!  The “So what?” element 9
  10. 10.  Jackie Robinson demonstrated the trait of perseverance by not fighting back or quitting the team when faced with racism and discrimination  “At every game he had to put up with abuse from the stands. But something inside him would not let him give up.”  By not giving up, Jackie Robinson was able to break color barriers and become the first African-American to play in baseball's major leagues. 10
  11. 11. Write your answer in paragraph form Jackie Robinson demonstrated the trait of perseverance by not fighting back or quitting the team when faced with racism and discrimination. “At every game he had to put up with abuse from the stands; but something inside him would not let him give up.” By not giving up, Jackie Robinson was able to break color barriers and become the first African- American to play in baseball's major leagues. 11

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