no grid with follow up comprehension prompts

no grid with follow up comprehension prompts
Running Record Recording Sheet
Book Title:
Familiar Text:
Number of Words:
Unfamiliar Text:
Cues Used:
Strengths/Needs/Next Steps
Meaning: Does it make sense?
Structure: Does it sound right?
Visual: Does it look right?
Profile Summary E= Error, RW = Running Words, SC = Self Corrections
Accuracy Rate: Words Read Correctly x100 = Percentage Accuracy
Self Correction Rate: E + SC = Ratio
Error Rate:
RW = Ratio
Monitoring Comprehension (Draft)
Explicit (E)
The author and illustrator provide the information in the text and in the pictures
Who is telling the story? How do you know?
Examples of questions following a running record with
Does the title match what you have read? Explain how it matches.
Implicit (I)
The author/illustrator provides clues in text/
graphics to help the reader think about the message/ideas being conveyed.
Making Connections (MC)
The reader makes connections between the text/
illustrations and their own experiences (self, text
and/or world) to support meaning from the text.
How can you tell if this story/passage is fiction or
non-fiction? What clues helped you decide this?
Describe how _____(character) feels in the story.
What words/pictures in the story help you understand how the character feels?
In this story you read that _______(character) did/
said ________. Would you ever do this? Explain why
or why not?
The character said/did _____. Why would this
be important?
Do you think ________ (character) did the right
thing? Give reasons for your opinion.
What three things can you tell me about
Do you think ______(title/setting) is a good choice
for this story? Explain your thinking.
How does the author show what the characters
are like? Support this with examples from the
What did you notice about the events in this
On this page the author used the words (select
phrase or three descriptive words). What does the
author want us to think when reading these
words? Use your own ideas and information from
the passage to explain your thinking.
What is the most important event in this story so far?
What makes it the most important?
How does ____(character/theme) remind you of
another (character/theme). Explain using your ideas
and examples from the text.
What images come to your mind when you think
about…? How does the text support this?
What feeling does the author create by using the
words _________? Tell why they made you feel this
Has _________ ever happened to you or someone
you know? What would you do in this situation?
If you were to interview ______, what would you
ask him about being a ________? Use your own
ideas and information from the story in your
Examples of questions following a running record with
How is ______ made or used? Explain this in
your own words.
Use the information from this story to explain
how/what ________.
What picture comes to your mind when you read
“______________”. How does the author help
you make this image?
What does the author want you to understand
after reading this passage?
How does this (passage/word/ sentence) connect
with what you already know about__________
What do you know about this topic now that you
didn’t know before you read this passage?
This article/map/graphic/essay has many
(illustrations, charts, and/or graphics). How does
this help you as a reader?
The word ______ is written in (bold, italic) in this
sentence. Explain why the author used (bold,
italic) for this word“_______”
What do you think is important to re-tell or highlight
in this text? Explain why this is important with examples from the text and your own ideas.
(Title) is a(n) _________.(Text form). List 2 - 3
characteristics that show that this a written as a
_______(Text form). Give an example from the
text to support your answer.
How do the (pictures/charts/labels/italics/bold print)
relate to what you already know about this topic?
The author states/believes ________________.
What evidence from the text supports this information?
What does the author want you to do/think/feel
after reading this passage?
The author stated “________________” (opinion/
fact/claim). Do you agree or disagree with this? How
can you support this with your own ideas or examples, or examples from other texts?
From reading this story/article, we learn that
______.(e.g., drinking water is important). What
examples from the story/article that help us
understand this.
Questions and Responses (Anecdotal)
HPEDSB, 2007
Use information from this (article/story/passage)
to explain why some people
Describe what the word “____”means, using
information from the text. Give some examples
of (selected word).
If you were asked to provide an opinion related to
____ (idea/perspective/fact) what examples (text,
self, or world) would you use to support your opinion?
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