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2.4: Assignment - Pre-Reading Strategies

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    This assignment about pre-reading strategies is a class activity using a Google Docs spreadsheet.

    Directions

    1. Review the grading rubric as listed on this page.
    2. Access the Google Doc spreadsheet.
    3. Add your first and last name to a row in the Google Doc.
    4. Using the Internet, conduct a search for Pre-Reading Strategies.
    5. Find 3 useful Pre-Reading Strategies webpages and copy and paste the URLs into your row of the Google Doc.
    6. Choose 3 Pre-Reading Strategies (either the ones you picked and/or others added by classmates) from the spreadsheet to practice using in your other classes.
    7. Write a paragraph of at least 100 words describing the 3 Pre-Reading Strategies you will practice.
    8. Add this paragraph to the Pre-Reading Strategies Google Doc (be sure to include a word count).
    9. Practice using the strategies in your other classes.
    10. Write a paragraph of at least 100 words summarizing your experience with using the 3 Pre-Reading Strategies.
    11. Add this paragraph to the Pre-Reading Strategies spreadsheet (be sure to include a word count).
    12. The credit for this assignment will not be in Grades until it is added by the instructor.

    Grading

    Points: 30

    Submitting: nothing

    Pre-Reading Strategies KEEP
    Criteria Ratings Points
    Describe the reading process used by proficient readers to comprehend text. Exceeds expectations
    0 pts
    Meets expectations
    0 pts
    Does not meet expectations
    0 pts
    0 pts
    Student identified 3 pre-reading strategies Full marks
    10 pts
    No marks
    0 pts
    10 pts
    Student discusses how they will practice 3 pre-reading strategies Full marks
    10 pts
    No marks
    0 pts
    10 pts
    Student summarizes experience of using 3 pre-reading strategies Full marks
    10 pts
    No marks
    0 pts
    10 pts
    TOTAL POINTS 30 pts

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