PALS: A Reading Strategy for Grades 2–6

Assessment

Take some time now to answer the following questions. Please note that the IRIS Center does not collect your Assessment responses. If this is a course assignment, you should turn them in to your professor using whatever method he or she requires. If you have trouble answering any of the questions, go back and review the Perspectives & Resources pages in this Module.

  1. Teacher in front of classList five benefits of PALS.
  2. Name the three reading activities for PALS (Grades 2–6) and describe the reading skills targeted by each.
  3. Describe a typical PALS session. Be sure to discuss the roles of both the students and the teacher.
  4. Imagine that you are Ms. McVee, a sixth-grade teacher implementing PALS with a class of 29 students. Choose one of the two methods discussed in this Module for moving students for partner reading. Explain why you chose this option.
  5. Again, imagine that you are Ms. McVee. Of your 29 students, three are absent. As a result, three students are without their regular partners. How would you ensure that each student could participate in your regularly scheduled PALS session?

 

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