Evaluating Readers Theater (Rubrics and More)

How do teachers evaluate Readers Theater? These ideas will help.
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Assessment and Rubrics
There are so many assessment and rubric resource links on this one page that I had to pin it on our board "Evaluating Readers Theater (Rubrics and More). Now I can evaluate them for you. Hopefully, I'll find some useful for Readers Theater. :)
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10 Ways to Use Your iPad’s Camera in the Classroom...Great ideas! Remember if students can do video, they can video short Readers Theater excerpts to evaluate and critique themselves before a performance. :)
the maslow's hierarchy of needs
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"Maslow's Hierarchy of needs" is always interesting, but I never realized how much Readers Theater impacts these needs. This is a way to evaluate Readers Theater separate from the gradebook: what will be the potential impact on the student (e.g., confidence)? Great chart!
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Readers Theatre Rubric
Readers Theatre Rubric from the International Reading Association. Check our Pinterest board "Evaluating Readers Theater" for more ideas: http://pinterest.com/rtallyear/evaluating-readers-theater/
the worksheet for writing numbers and their corresponding words in order to make it easier
For The Teacher : Reader's Theater Common Core
From Live to Learn; Learn to Teach: Reader's Theater Common Core. This teacher shares her JOY at discovering Readers Theater and a picture of the assessment she used with her students. (See our "Evaluating Readers Theater" board for more assessment ideas: http://pinterest.com/rtallyear/evaluating-readers-theater/)
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Oral Retelling: The Big Secret
"Oral Story Retelling" used as evaluating comprehension in Readers Theater or other literary activities. Students could have a copy of this to remind them what to include. (For more Readers Theater tips see our Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/ReadersTheaterAllYear.
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I Heart Teaching's Oral Reading Rubric for her second grade class could be used with our #free Readers Theater scripts (www.ReadersTheaterAllYear.com) for your student oral reading evaluations. Thank you, Kris!
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Oral Language
Oral Reading 'I Can' chart with Self Assessment Rubric could be used with Readers Theater and our scripts at www.ReadersTheaterAllYear.com Requires student to use a recording device to record and listen to their own reading. What would be the easiest device to use?
a printable worksheet for students to practice numbers and writing with their own words
The Teaching With Love and Laughter shop on TeachersNotebook.com
Free 3-2-1 Reading Strategy–Simple and helpful at building skills. This could be used as part of an evaluation of or follow-up to non-fiction Readers Theater. (The free download button is on the upper right of her page.)
the reading rubbie worksheet for grade 1 students to practice reading and writing
Readers Theater Student Rubric (This is a free resource.)
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Readers theater audience participation guide.
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Curricular Resources
This looks very helpful for student self-evaluation.
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Central Gulf of Mexico
Rubric for Reader's Theater Skits. This looks very helpful.