Using the Passage Overview in Imagine Reading

Each passage in the Deep Reading Cycle includes an Overview that helps Administrators and Educators choose the right units for their class, launch the Power Sentence Lesson Plan or Power Line Lesson Plan for that Passage or Poetry Study, monitor student progress on passage or poetry study questions, and view which written student responses need to be graded.

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Section Description
Imagine_Reading_teacher_lexilescore_wordcount.png The Heading shows the Lexile score and word count for the passage or poetry study to help Educators choose the right units for their students. 
previewPassageButton.png Click Preview Passage to preview the passage or poetry study and video. 

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The Power Sentence Lesson or Power Line Lesson section launches the Power Sentence Lesson Plan or the Power Line Lesson Plan that accompanies the passage or poetry study. Click View Lesson to view the Power Sentence or Power Line Lesson Plan. Click Power Sentence Lesson Plan or Power Line Lesson Plan to view a printable copy of the Power Sentence Lesson Plan or Power Line Lesson Plan.

Imagine_Reading_teacher_discussionquestions.png The Discussion Questions section displays example discussion questions for Educators to use when facilitating class discussions about this passage or poetry study. Click Discussion Questions to view or print the discussion questions for all passages or poetry studies in the unit.
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The Class Progress section identifies how many students have completed, are completing or have not started answering the passage or poetry study questions.

Click the Information Button (ibuttonDashboardLectura.png) to view the students in each status.

Imagine_Reading_teacher_writingquestions.png The Writing Questions section shows Educators and Administrators the graded, ungraded, and unanswered student written responses for each passage or poetry study. Click the Go to Grading button to grade written student responses.
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The Scores section shows both raw and corresponding percentage scores on passage or poetry study questions for each student.

 Note

Student scores include both graded and ungraded questions. Ungraded questions are considered a "0" until they are graded.