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GRADE 1 READING COMMENT STARTERS

Grade 1 Reading


NOTE: $ = Name, @ = he/she # = his/her

Strategies: Grade 1 (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
- is able to complete tasks independently, however @ often asks for support to complete tasks he is capable of doing____

- identifies most letters, however @struggles with____

- is making connections between some letters and their sounds, such as____

- reads familiar text from memory, using text patterns and picture clues (after repeated readings)

- is aware of how books work (e.g. read left to right, front to back)

- beginning to match words in printing with words read orally, such as ____


 

Strategies: Grade 1 (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)
- is hesitant to read unfamiliar texts and @requires support and encouragement, thus @____

- consistently identifies all letters

- is beginning to make connections between the letters and their sounds

- with prompting, @uses strategies, such as____ (pictures, prior knowledge) to read text

- recognizes some common sight words, such as ____ (in, on, the, at)

- aware that punctuation changes the meaning of a sentence (e.g. question mark)


 

Strategies: Grade 1 (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)

- shows interest in reading and attempts to understand the meaning behind what @is reading

- using various strategies when reading, such as____ (sounding out, picture cues, making connections to prior knowledge) to make sense of the text

- recognizes many common sight words (e.g. family, they, have____)

- identifies punctuation and how it impacts the meaning of what @ is read (e.g. question mark)


 

Strategies: Grade 1 (Exceeding Expectations)
- reads with confidence and understands that the meaning

- independently applies various strategies when reading, such as____ (sounding out, picture cues, making connections to prior-knowledge) to make sense of the text

- continues to build a solid bank of common sight words (e.g. where, they, who)

- uses punctuation to understand the meaning of what @ reads (e.g. question mark, exclamation point, captions)



Comprehension – Stories and Informational (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)
- struggles to make rational predictions and often guesses, thus @ ____

- able to retell key events with the use of picture clues, therefore @ needs to____

- after repeated reading @ is able to identify the main characters in some stories

- requires picture clues to identify the topic or main ideas in non-fiction/informational materials

- struggles to respond to comprehension questions without support or picture clues
 

Comprehension – Stories and Informational (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)

- typically makes reasonable predictions when prompted

- retells some key events in the stories he reads, for example____

- identifies some of the main characters in a story

- understand the basic point of the story, but struggles to messages that are not obvious, such as____

- identifies simple information from non-fiction/informational texts, demonstrated in____

- often requires support to respond to comprehension questions, thus @ ____

 

Comprehension – Stories and Informational (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
- makes predictions when reading

- is able to accurately retell stories with a clearly defined beginning, middle and end

- identifies main characters, evident in ____

- describes main characters, including physical descriptions and personality types

- uses personal experiences to identify how a character might feel in a story

- identifies the main ideas in non-fiction/informational material

- supports knowledge of main ideas in non-fiction/informational materials by providing details

- responds accurately to comprehension questions, such as ____, however @ needs support at times


 

Comprehension – Stories and Informational (Exceeding Expectations)
- predicts story events and is able to provide reasons for the predictions @ makes

- accurately retells stories, including details that completely outline the main events

- effectively describes main characters, including not only their physical appearance but also personality traits

- understands how characters might think and feel based on # own experiences and understanding of the text

- identifies the main message in stories @ reads, for example ____

- identifies specific details from non-fiction/informational materials, demonstrated in____

- responds accurately to comprehension questions and knows where to find the information


Response and Analysis (Not Yet Meeting Expectations)

- has difficulty making a connection between the characters and # own experiences, therefore____

- has difficulty making a connection between the story events and # own experiences, therefore____

- able to say whether or not @ likes a selection even if unable to read it, but is unable to explain why

 

Response and Analysis (Minimally Meeting / Approaching Expectations)
- able to make simple connections between characters and # own experiences, with guidance during a class discussion

- able to make simple connections between story events and # own experiences, with guidance during a class discussion

- able to say whether or not @ likes the texts @ reads, but struggles to explain why
 

Response and Analysis (Fully Meeting / Meeting Expectations)
- able to make connections between characters and # own experiences, with support

- able to make connections between story events and # own experiences, with support

- explains whether or not @ likes the texts @ reads and provides reasons to support # opinion

Response and Analysis (Exceeding Expectations)
- able to make connections between characters from one story to another, as well as to # own experiences

- able to make connections between story events from one story to another, as well as to # own experiences



- able to form opinions about the texts @ reads and provide reasons to support # ideas, demonstrated in____




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