Acronym
Post Reading Activities
Reading Assessment
Reading Curriculum
100

NLP

National Literacy Panel

100

The simplest postreading activity

Class Discussion:

100

which include understanding the difference between letters and words and words and spaces, knowing where to start reading and how to do a return sweep to continue reading the next line

Concepts of Print Checklist

100


Fundations

200

CREDE

Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence

200
  • teachers encourage students to reflect on and extend their understanding of the text.

Reader Response

200

an excellent tool for in-depth observation of a student’s reading performance.

Running Record or a Record of Reading

200


American Reading Company ARC

300

NASEM

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM).

300

helps students break down a text in to it’s essential components.

Graphic Organizer

300

students to keep track of their own use of strategies and to assess their ability to stay on task.

Reading Self-Assessment

300


Reading with TLC (Lively Letters)

400

CCSS

Common Core States Standards

400
  • students can draw pictures of their favorite part of the story or how they might extend the story. 

Class-Made Books:

400

understanding the basic features of a book  such as title and front and back cover and even how to hold it properly

Concept of Print

400

School Pace

ARC American Reading Company

500

WIDA

World Class Instructional Design and Assessment

500

one of the most enjoyable ways to help students comprehend stories they read is to have them act them out

Performed Reading: Reader’s Theatre 

500
  • It enables the teacher to identify the reading strategies the student may or may not be using and the types of errors the student makes while reading.

Running Record or Record of Reading

500

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