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1 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Guidelines for Reader’s Circle Product

2 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall THE PRODUCT MECHANICS This product should be done on POWERPOINT. However, you can use excel or any other program to insert information into your powerpoint. The paper should be PORTRAIT for Page Setup. This product should have the following: - cover page - table of contents with specific pertinent items - reflection - a copy of the guidelines - grading rubrics Upon completion, you need 3 paper copies 1 copy to Ms. Wigfall The address for the product will be given to you only after Ms. Wigfall previews the final copy and receives the paper copies. WHEN PRINTING THESE GUIDELINES, PRINT AS SLIDES 4 PER PAGE. (this printout) 1 for me 1 for you to review 1 for your portfolio

3 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Cover Page General Information for all products Cover page must include the following: Your Name: Title of Product: Term: School Year: Class: Teacher: Ms. Wigfall You can put a graphic on the cover, if you choose.

4 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall READER’S CIRCLE Table of Contents ( minimum requirements ) *** Specific Role’s Information - Director……………………….. - Summarizer…………………… - Literary Luminary……………. - Vocabulary Enhancer……….. - Illustrator……………………… - Investigator………………….. - Connector…………………….. *** Reflection ……………………………. *** Guidelines andGrading Rubric

5 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Director ( READER’S CIRCLE ) Your job is to get the entire circle to operate. You should direct the students to do their roles and give them encouragement and suggestions. You should prepare some key questions that you feel will help you to keep the students engaged. To Do - Write your key questions. - Share any experiences you had working with the other students in this role.

6 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Illustrator ( READER’S CIRCLE ) Illustrator: Your job is to make a drawing or some type of physical representation of the story. You can draw a picture of something in the story or cut out pictures and paste them on paper to use to discuss the story. They do not have to be perfect. They are your topics for discussion. To Do - Make some drawings or physical representations. - Explain the drawings or physical representations.

7 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Literary Luminary To Do - Identify a few special sections of the text. - Given the page and paragraph from book. - Write about them. Your job is to locate a few special sections of the text that you think your group would like to read aloud. The idea is to help people remember some interesting, powerful, funny, puzzling, or important sections of the text. You decide which passages are worth hearing, and then jot plans for how they should be shared. You can read the passages aloud yourself, or ask someone else to read them, then discuss them as a group.

8 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Summarizer Your job is to give a brief summary of the reading material. It just needs to make the students get the general idea about what was read. It should not be extensive. To Do - Write a brief summary of the book. ( 1 or 2 paragraphs ) Be sure to give the information in a sequential manner. You do not need to give all of the details.

9 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Vocabulary Enhancer Your job is to be on the lookout for a few especially important words in today’s reading. If you find words that are puzzling or unfamiliar, mark them while you are reading then later jot down their definition from a dictionary or from some other source. You may also run across familiar words that stand out somehow in the reading – words that are repeated a lot, are used in an unusual way, or provide a key to the meaning of the text. Mark these special words, and be ready to point them out to the group. To Do - Identify a few important words. INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: - WORD, PAGE, PARAGRAPH, DEFINITION - YOUR ADDED COMMENT

10 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Connector Your job is to connect the contents of the reading selection to current or past real world events and experiences. You can also connect the reading to other forms of literature, music, art and/or media etc. To Do - Write about the connections you made to the story.

11 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Investigator Investigator: Your job is to dig up some background information on the book and any topic related to it. Use whatever means you have at your disposal. This is NOT a formal research project. The idea is to find information that interests you and helps the group to better understand the characters, setting and plot of the book. To Do - Dig up some background information on the book and/or any related topic. - Write about what your found.

12 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Reflection About Project General Information for all products Reflection should be about 3 paragraphs. 1.) Tell about what you learned from the project. 2.) Tell about the process you used to complete the project. 3.) Tell how doing this product may affect your future learning.

13 Guidelines/Grading Rubric Provided by Ms. Wigfall Grading Rubric (Provided by Ms. Wigfall) Reader’s Circle Documentation Product Score All of the information and graphics provided in the project reflects an exceptional understanding of the book is well written. Most of the information and graphics provided in the project reflects an good understanding of the book is acceptably written. Some information and graphics provided in the project reflects a moderate understanding of the book is moderately written. Most information and graphics provided in the project reflects a poor understanding of the book is poorly written. 4…. 3…. 2…. 1….


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