The Deep Reading Cycle passage title provides an overview that helps Administrators and Teachers choose the appropriate units for their class, launch the Power Sentence Lesson Plan for that passage, monitor student progress on passage questions, view which written student responses need to be graded, access the Dictado Lesson, and view students scores. The Reading Module includes everything associated with an individual passage including the Power Sentence Lesson, the passage, and the Dictado lesson.
|The Heading shows the Lexile score and word count for the passage to help Teachers choose the appropriate units for their students.|
|The Power Sentence Lesson section launches the Power Sentence Lesson Plan that accompanies the passage. Click View Lesson Plan to view the Power Sentence Lesson Plan. Click Print Power Sentence Lesson Plan to view a printable copy of the Power Sentence Lesson Plan.|
The Reading Passage section shows:
The Class Progress section identifies how many students have completed the passage questions, are completing the passage questions, or have not started answering the passage questions.
Click the Information Button () to view the students in each status.
The Passage Description section provides a brief description of the passage. Click Print Reading Passage to view or print the passage. Click View Passage to view the passage on the Reading Passage screen.
The Discussion Questions section displays example discussion questions for Teachers to use when facilitating class discussions about this passage. Click Print Passage Discussion Questions to view or print the discussion questions for all passages in the unit.
The Dictado Lesson section launches the Dictado Lesson Plan that accompanies the passage. Click View Lesson Plan to view the Dictado Lesson Plan. Click Print Dictado Lesson Plan to view a printable copy of the Dictado Lesson Plan.
The Reading Module Grading section shows the auto-graded and written response scores for the selected passage and the student's average auto-graded and average written response scores.
Click Grade Responses to grade ungraded written responses.
"Not Started" shows when a student has not started the selected passage.
"No questions to grade" shows if:
1. There are no written response items in the passage - a score shows in the Passage Auto-graded Score column.
2. The student hasn't submitted the passage - the Passage Auto-graded Score and Passage Written Response Score fields are blank.
If the Passage Auto-graded column shows "---" it means the passage has not been submitted. If the Passage Auto-graded column shows a score it means the passage does not contain written response questions.