Reading Conference forms aligned to the South Carolina State Standards for reading literature. Although these standards align to the Common Core, the South Carolina state standards have different wording and numbers.
This product includes an individual student form, and a whole class conference form for each standards based question. That's a total of eleven different forms!
Here are the standards I work with in this product:
Standard 5: Determine meaning and develop logical interpretations by making predictions, inferring, drawing conclusions, analyzing, synthesizing, providing evidence, and investigating multiple interpretations.
5.1 Quote accurately to analyze the meaning of and beyond the text to support
inferences and conclusions.
Standard 6: Summarize key details and ideas to support analysis of thematic development.
6.1 Determine and analyze the development of a theme within a text; summarize using key details.
Standard 8: Analyze characters, settings, events, and ideas as they develop and interact within a particular context.
8.1 Cite evidence within text to: a. analyze two or more characters, events, or settings in a text and explain the impact on the plot; and, b. explain the influence of cultural, historical, social and political context on characters, setting, and plot development.
Standard 9: Interpret and analyze the author’s use of words, phrases, and conventions, and how their relationships shape meaning and tone in
print and multimedia texts.
9.1 Cite examples of the author’s use of figurative language, dialogue, imagery, idioms, adages, and proverbs to shape meaning and tone.
9.2 Analyze and cite examples of how the author’s choice of words and conventions combine to create mood, shape meaning, and emphasize aspects of a character or setting.
Standard 11: Analyze and provide evidence of how the author’s choice of point of view, perspective, and purpose shape content, meaning, and style.
11.1 Explain how the author’s choice of the point of view of a narrator or character impacts content, meaning, and how events are described.
You can view all of the South Carolina 5th Grade Reading Standards here:
I use the whole class forms when I am introducing or reviewing a standard so that I can quickly monitor who is mastering each skill and who needs extra practice. I will ask the same standards based question of the entire class over the course of a few reading workshops. There is a place to check whether the student is developing or reaching mastery of that skill, and a place to jot down a teaching point.
I use the individual conference forms when I am differentiating to meet my students needs. Those who have demonstrated mastery in the whole class standard I meet with according to their needs to either reteach or enrich.
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