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Criteria for Evaluating Children's Literature

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Which of the following is most important when evaluating the illustrations in children's literature?

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1. All of the following are examples of readability scales EXCEPT for which?

2. Which of the following should be included in a classroom library designed to meet the interests of students?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

With the help of this resource you can get results on your knowledge fast. If you want to pass this test you'll need knowledge of important evaluation factors, readability scales, and student reading levels.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Using this tool can help you recall what you know about:

  • One requirement of a classroom library for appeal to the interests of students
  • A consideration when evaluating literature characters
  • Readability scale exclusion
  • Difference between the instructional and independent level of a given student
  • An important factor when evaluating children's literature illustrations

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding an important facet when evaluating characters in books and stories
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about readability scales
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as instructional and independent reading levels

Additional Learning

Would you like to find more information about this topic? Look no further than the partner lesson Criteria for Evaluating Children's Literature. This resource has information on:

  • Questions to ask when reviewing literary content
  • Use of readability formulas
  • How literature should portray conflicts
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