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Retelling Criteria Student: Book: Date: Examiner: Directions: After a student has read a “just right” book, ask the student to do a retelling to evaluate comprehension. Not Yet In Progress Adequate Proficient Is confused and Needs to look Retells with Retells in a way that uncertain. Does through the book some shows a good not know where and sometimes hesitations. understanding of what to begin or may uses book Retells in a way was read including: share only what language rather that indicates Setting happened at than own words the main points Characters the end or one to retell. of the text are Events in key event of the Retells selected understood. sequence story. important Is able to recall Topic Reluctant to try. events. key story events Conclusion Requires lots of Continues to with some Retells at a high level prompting require guided detail. that includes one or (What questions to May comment more of the following: happened first? provide more on the text or Critique of the How was in the details. characters. story characters story?). May require Opinion of certain Provides brief, some prompting events incomplete to provide more Interpretations answers to detail. Analysis of prompts and storyline does not Is able to relate attempt to retell personal experiences independently. or make natural connections to the story. Notes from the retelling: Summary: Using the criteria above, rate the retelling as either “Not Yet,” “In Progress,” “Adequate,” or “Proficient,” and explain your decision.
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