LC Module: Oral Reading Logs
GC222 – Oral Reading Log – Partner Reading Summaries (Reading Journal)
GC222-S2 – Partner Reading Summaries – As directed, Alexa or Instructor will guide students, individually, with a partner, in a small group and/or class, to identify the main ideas and details, while reading. If reading URLs, handouts, notes or other consumable reading material, main ideas and details will be highlighted, underlined or framed, directly onto the material. If reading non-consumable materials, students will be directed to journal the main ideas and details, using the journaling format provided. Upon completion of journaling, a study sheet can be created by folding each page in half vertically after the first column. (Infusing summarization can increase student achievement by 33% – Marzano, Pickering and Pollack).
GC221 – Oral Reading Log – Reading Briefings (Reading Journal)
GC221-S3 – Reading Briefings – Before reading, Alexa or Instructor will direct students to divide into small groups and take on the task of Summarizer or Listener for a specific passage. Then, all small group members will be directed to read passage one. Next, the Passage One Summarizer will be directed to summarize the passage without looking at his or her notes. Then, the Passage One Listener will look at his or her notes and share any additional facts. Last, each small group members will try to discover any remaining important facts missing from their passage summaries, in preparation for the Class Share Tournament. (Infusing summarization can increase student achievement by 33% – Marzano, Pickering and Pollack).
GC220 – Oral Reading Log – My Topic Reading Log (Reading Journal)
GC220-S4 – My Topic Reading Log – A Topic Reading Log is about students becoming experts on their assigned passage using a Reading Log. As directed, Instructor will be dividing the reading assignment into passages, with a number assigned to each passage. One or more student will receive a passage number. Before reading begins, Alexa or Instructor will direct students to develop a personal Reading Log to summarize the assigned passage in their own words and provide personal thoughts and opinions. For the last step, students will also be directed to create a Passage Share Log to use to capture thoughts for the remaining passages within the reading assignment. When requested, students will focus and lead the discussion for their passage. (Teaching others generate a 90% retention rate – James Madison University, 2015).
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