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Literature Circle Evaluation 1 - Inquiry Unlimited

Student: _____________________ Date: ___________ Book: _________ Ps: ______

 

Pre-discussion responsibilities: (Circle the number that applies to you.)

5

I completed all pre-discussion responsibilities for today's session and had all materials in class. (reading, role preparation, evaluative question, book)

3

I completed the reading and had my role preparation and evaluative question in class, but did not have my book in class.

1

I completed the reading but did not complete my role preparation and evaluative question for class discussion, so did the alternative activity.

0

I did not complete my pre-discussion responsibilities that included my role preparation, and my evaluative question, and did the alternate activity.

Literature Circle discussion session: (Circle the number that applies to you.)

 

 

5

I offered more than two questions to consider in today's discussion.

I supported, encouraged, or responded to the ideas, thoughts, or questions of others more than twice.

I always made eye contact with those to whom I spoke.

I consistently kept my voice at arms length.

I always stayed focused on the topic of the discussion.

I always respected the presence, ideas, and contributions of all discussion group members.

 

3

I offered two questions to consider in today's discussion.

I twice supported, encouraged, or responded to the ideas, thoughts, or questions of other members.

I always made eye contact with those to whom I spoke.

I consistently kept my voice at arms length.

I always stayed focused on the topic of the discussion.

I always respected the presence, ideas, and contributions of all discussion group members.

 

 

1

I offered one question to consider in today's discussion.

I once supported, encouraged, or responded to the ideas, thoughts, or questions of other members.

I always made eye contact with those to whom I spoke.

I consistently kept my voice at arms length.

I always stayed focused on the topic of the discussion.

I most of the time respected the presence, ideas, and contributions of all discussion group members.

0

I did not participate in the discussion. I did the alternative activity.



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