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    Independent Reading Assessment Grades 3–5

    Help students improve their independent reading comprehension and staying power so they can move up to more complex texts.

     
    Image of grade 4 fiction book and Teacher Keeping track of student independent reading is one thing, but motivating readers and helping them tackle complex texts is where many teachers need help. Jennifer Serravallo's Independent Reading Assessment includes during reading analysis tools and strategies to help students achieve deeper comprehension. It can be used for whole-class, small-group, guided reading lessons, or in one-to-one conferring.

    Each kit includes a library of levelled trade books, Teacher's Guide, professional online videos, and an online data management system that will show you how to identify those aspects of fiction and non-fiction where readers are struggling; it offers 100+ engaging lessons designed to give students the strategies they need to tackle more complex texts.

    How Independent Reading Assessment works:

    1. ASSESS: Students select an authentic trade book and, as they read, use the Student Response Form to complete comprehension questions affixed to the book.
    2. EVALUATE: Teachers compare each student's responses to corresponding rubrics in the Teacher's Guide and complete the Comprehension Record and Planning Form.
    3. TEACH: Teachers set each student's learning goals based on their evaluation and refer to lessons in the Teacher's Guide to create instructional plans.
    4. With Independent Reading Assessment, you can teach with a newfound precision as you guide students book by book to high-level thinking and reading.

    Each grade-specific kit includes:

    • Books:
      • Non-fiction kits: 2 copies each of 18 titles (2 titles at each level)
      • Fiction kits: 2 copies each of 16 titles (2 titles at each level)
    • Plastic Storage Bin
    • A full-colour Teacher's Guide
    • 3 sticky-note pads with comprehension questions and prompts
    • CD with printable forms, e.g. Student Response Forms
     
    Each Independent Reading Assessment Kit provides:
    Image of grade 5 non-fiction book box

    Image of Fiction and Non-fiction question notes Comprehension questions and prompts that give teachers new insights into students' thinking processes as they read whole texts. The questions are printed on durable sticky notes so they can adhere to book pages.

    For non-fiction: As students read, they respond to questions about four elements: main idea, key details, vocabulary, and text features.

    For fiction: As students read, they respond to questions about four literary elements: plot and setting, character, vocabulary and figurative language, and themes and ideas.

    Image of non-fiction Teacher The full-colour, grade-specific Teacher's Guide Includes:
    • how-to assessment guidelines
    • benchmarks and rubrics
    • descriptors of the unique text complexity challenges for each level
    • a rich bank of lessons that help students become strategic, independent readers
    • a CD that provides access to all forms
    Image of web-based management system screens A web-based data management system that fully exploits its digital capability to record and deliver information in new ways. Administrators and teachers have easy access to assessment results, progess reports for reviewing growth over time, printable forms, video tutorials, and more.
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    295257855341648.000WPRDLSTYNNYYNNNNYYNNYSCHTM & C 2009 SCHOLASTIC Canada Ltd. All rights reserved.Independent Reading Assessment00000000001200SCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIF/IMAGES/SCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/LIST_ADD_TO_CART.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIFSCH/CHECKOUT.GIFTHURS, 18-JUL-2019 09:02:07 GM010000000101EDUCATION.SCHOLASTIC.CAC0008001010000INDEPENDENT-READING-ASSESSMENTINDEPENDENT-READING-ASSESSMENT1<!--The following script line only needs to be inlcuded if you are using jQuery--><!--<script type='text/javascript' src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/jquery/jquery-1.4.2.min.js'> </script>--><style type='text/css'> #product_wrapper { width: 575px; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; padding-left: 10px; } div.content-spacer { clear: both; background-color: white; } span.graf-leads { font-weight: bold; color: #855378; }</style><div id='product_wrapper'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/ira-images/ira-logo.jpg' alt='Independent Reading Assessment' style='float: left; margin-right: 20px;' /> <span style='font-weight: bold; font-size: 17px;'>Grades 3&ndash;5 <p> Help students improve their independent reading comprehension and staying power so they can move up to more complex texts. </p> </span> <div class='content-spacer'>&nbsp;</div> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/ira-images/ira-box-book.jpg' alt='Image of grade 4 fiction book and Teacher's Guide' style='float: right; margin-left: 20px;' /> Keeping track of student independent reading is one thing, but motivating readers and helping them tackle complex texts is where many teachers need help. Jennifer Serravallo's <em>Independent Reading Assessment</em> includes during reading analysis tools and strategies to help students achieve deeper comprehension. It can be used for whole-class, small-group, guided reading lessons, or in one-to-one conferring. <p> Each kit includes a library of levelled trade books, Teacher's Guide, professional online videos, and an online data management system that will show you how to identify those aspects of fiction and non-fiction where readers are struggling; it offers 100+ engaging lessons designed to give students the strategies they need to tackle more complex texts.</p> <p style='color: #008ecf; font-weight: bold;'> How <em>Independent Reading Assessment</em> works: </p> <ol> <li>ASSESS: Students select an authentic trade book and, as they read, use the Student Response Form to complete comprehension questions affixed to the book.</li> <li>EVALUATE: Teachers compare each student's responses to corresponding rubrics in the Teacher's Guide and complete the Comprehension Record and Planning Form.</li> <li style='margin-bottom: 5px;'>TEACH: Teachers set each student's learning goals based on their evaluation and refer to lessons in the Teacher's Guide to create instructional plans.</li> With <em>Independent Reading Assessment</em>, you can teach with a newfound precision as you guide students book by book to high-level thinking and reading. </ol> <p style='color: #008ecf; font-weight: bold;'> Each grade-specific kit includes: </p> <ul> <li style='margin-bottom: 2px;'>Books:</li> <ul style='margin-top: 0px;'> <li>Non-fiction kits: 2 copies each of 18 titles (2 titles at each level)</li> <li>Fiction kits: 2 copies each of 16 titles (2 titles at each level)</li> </ul> <li>Plastic Storage Bin</li> <li>A full-colour Teacher's Guide</li> <li>3 sticky-note pads with comprehension questions and prompts</li> <li>CD with printable forms, e.g. Student Response Forms</li> </ul> <div class='content-spacer' style='border-top: 1px solid black;'>&nbsp;</div> <span style='font-weight: bold; color: #008ecf; font-size: 14px;'>Each Independent Reading Assessment Kit provides:</span> <div> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/ira-images/ira-nf-box.jpg' alt='Image of grade 5 non-fiction book box' style='float: left; margin-right: 20px;' /> <p> <span class='graf-leads' style='>Two sets of levelled books</span> that are all high-quality with broad student appeal. Organized in a handy storage tub. </p> <ul > <li>Non-fiction kits: 2 copies each of 18 titles (2 titles at each level)</li> <li>Fiction kits: 2 copies each of 16 titles (2 titles at each level)</li> </ul> </div> <div style='clear: both; padding-top: 20px;'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/ira-images/ira-notes.jpg' alt='Image of Fiction and Non-fiction question notes' style='float: right; margin-left: 20px;' /> <span class='graf-leads'>Comprehension questions and prompts</span> that give teachers new insights into students' thinking processes as they read whole texts. The questions are printed on durable sticky notes so they can adhere to book pages. <p><span style='font-weight: bold; color: #008ecf;'>For non-fiction:</span> As students read, they respond to questions about four elements: main idea, key details, vocabulary, and text features.</p> <p><span style='font-weight: bold; color: #008ecf;'>For fiction:</span> As students read, they respond to questions about four literary elements: plot and setting, character, vocabulary and figurative language, and themes and ideas.</p> </div> <div style='clear: both; padding-top: 20px;'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/ira-images/ira-nf-tg.jpg' alt='Image of non-fiction Teacher's Guide' style='float: right; margin-right: 20px;' /> <span class='graf-leads'>The full-colour, grade-specific Teacher's Guide Includes:</span><br /> <ul> <li>how-to assessment guidelines</li> <li>benchmarks and rubrics</li> <li>descriptors of the unique text complexity challenges for each level</li> <li>a rich bank of lessons that help students become strategic, independent readers</li> <li>a CD that provides access to all forms</li> </ul> </div> <div style='clear: both; padding-top: 20px;'> <img src='http://education.scholastic.ca/images/SCH/ira-images/ira-web.jpg' alt='Image of web-based management system screens' style='float: right; margin-left: 20px;' /> <span class='graf-leads'>A web-based data management system</span> that fully exploits its digital capability to record and deliver information in new ways. Administrators and teachers have easy access to assessment results, progess reports for reviewing growth over time, printable forms, video tutorials, and more. </div></div>
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