"Official Reading Work Sample Scoring/Feedback Form" - Oregon

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Official Reading Work Sample Scoring/Feedback Form
High School:
Use with Oregon’s Official Reading Scoring Guide.
Student Name:
Freshman Year:
Rater:
Task Title: __________________________
Date:
______ Informational
_______Literary
Aligned to Standards:
Yes/No
Standards Addressed:
The three trait scores add up to a total score of at least
12, with no individual trait score less than a “3.”
Yes/No
Bullets describe a score of 4. Checked boxes indicate areas that meet the standard. Empty boxes
indicate areas that need improvement. Raters may mark the boxes and circle specific words. No other
feedback beyond the Official Scoring Guide may be provided.
DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING
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2
3
4
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6
The reader responses show:
Accurate understanding of stated main ideas and supporting details
Understanding of sequence of events / relationships among ideas
Understanding of differences between facts and opinions (informational text)
DEVELOP AN INTERPRETATION
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2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
Understanding of unstated main ideas, conclusions, connections, predictions
Reasonable interpretations, conclusions, generalizations, connections,
predictions
Some evidence from the text to support the above
ANALYZE TEXT: INFORMATIONAL
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2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
Author’s purpose (identification)
Reasoned judgments about author’s ideas, support, reasoning, use of sources
How writing strategies (structure, devices, word choice) contribute to
effectiveness
Some evidence from the text to support the above
ANALYZE TEXT: LITERARY
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2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
How literary elements contribute to effectiveness
How literary devices contribute to effectiveness
Some evidence from the text to support the above
Official Reading Work Sample Scoring/Feedback Form
High School:
Use with Oregon’s Official Reading Scoring Guide.
Student Name:
Freshman Year:
Rater:
Task Title: __________________________
Date:
______ Informational
_______Literary
Aligned to Standards:
Yes/No
Standards Addressed:
The three trait scores add up to a total score of at least
12, with no individual trait score less than a “3.”
Yes/No
Bullets describe a score of 4. Checked boxes indicate areas that meet the standard. Empty boxes
indicate areas that need improvement. Raters may mark the boxes and circle specific words. No other
feedback beyond the Official Scoring Guide may be provided.
DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING
1
2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
Accurate understanding of stated main ideas and supporting details
Understanding of sequence of events / relationships among ideas
Understanding of differences between facts and opinions (informational text)
DEVELOP AN INTERPRETATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
Understanding of unstated main ideas, conclusions, connections, predictions
Reasonable interpretations, conclusions, generalizations, connections,
predictions
Some evidence from the text to support the above
ANALYZE TEXT: INFORMATIONAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
Author’s purpose (identification)
Reasoned judgments about author’s ideas, support, reasoning, use of sources
How writing strategies (structure, devices, word choice) contribute to
effectiveness
Some evidence from the text to support the above
ANALYZE TEXT: LITERARY
1
2
3
4
5
6
The reader responses show:
How literary elements contribute to effectiveness
How literary devices contribute to effectiveness
Some evidence from the text to support the above