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‘Reading Strategies Inventory Seoring Rubric siudeotsame: De in dg: \5 Dot: J- 4- {7 ® Jio® 11% _12 _ college __other 1, Write your response to each statement (Le. 1,2, 3,4 5) in each ofthe blanks. 2. Add up the scores under each column, Place the result onthe line under each column. 3, Divide the subseale core by the numberof statements in each column to ge the average foreach subscale, 4. Calculate the average forthe whole inventory by adding up the subscale seores and dividing by 30 5. Compare your results to those shown below. 6, Discuss your results with your teacher or tutor. tbat ean Problem Saving Sippat Reding reat ‘Satoyies ‘tatagies Seatgies Reading ( 1 cy soe a Fs roe ‘ eo sur Aca 1X 16 1. pe ue a. m. 2, Bw. 30. z 2 2. 2. YSe.os score DS eros sore BY sue sce veal score Bz. 6.08 mean E.G e408 mean S.asue mean verl e3e Foyt onmgan 2.5 or high high 25-34 medium 2.4 ver =low “ntrprting your sere: The overalseagencctes How often you use reading statis when vending academic tel. The average or ach subscale ef the Ivertan shows which group of seategies (Le, gata problem solving, and suppor stops) you ee most hen racing, WB tis infomaton, you can el yu are vr igh or ery lw in any ofthese ‘Hotegy gus ate, heer, that he best possible ese of ese statgies depends of your reading abit in Eli, the {ype eateral od and your purpase forming Alo score an ay ofthe subscales or parts ofthe invertor indicates ‘that there may be some tatapes in these prs tat you might wart to ein about and consider using when reading ‘pure 2. Reading Srgis Inventory Searing Rabel. Copyight © 2008 by the AmesicanPeychologial Association, printed wth pennsion Voie fram the Middle Volune 11 Number, Seprember 2003, Metacognitive Awareness of Reading Strategi¢s Inventory (Version 1.0) Directions: Listed below are statements about what people do when they read academic ‘or school-related materials such as textbooks ot library books. Five numbers follow ceach statement (1, 2,3, 4, 5), and each number means the following: 1 means “I never or almost never do this” 2 means “I do this only occasionally” 3 means “I sometimes do this (about 50% of the time) 4 means “I usually do this” 5 means “I always or almost always do this’ ‘After reading each statement, circle the number (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) that applies to you using the soale provided. Please note that there are no right or wrong answers to the statements in this inventory. te Seateay sale LOB i. Thave » piper in mind when feed naa Sip £: Lute notes whe raading to help me understand what red. 1¢@ Glos 5 {thine about what {know to help me understand what Lead. nis Gto8 ££ preview the tet to see what i's about before reading. 1g Sup) 5 When text becomes dificult read aloud to help me understand what Tread 12® Sue Taummarize nha ead to eect on impor formation ne tex. 1 OF Stop 7. Tekin abeut whether the content ofthe ect Rts my reading purpose. 123 ROB 2, Tread slowiy but cael tobe sur understand what Im eens. 12 Sup) 9 {digussmhat read with others to check my understanding. i Btbe 10. Takin the toe Fst by noting characteris he ength and organization. ee PROB 11, {tyro get bck on tack when Tose concentration. 12 Sip" ie; Lusdene oct information nthe tv belp mere it. 1i@ PROB 13, Zadust my reading speed according to what im readg. iol Glos te; {deci watt ead coset and what tla 12@ Sup) 15, Ture vternce matrals such as dictonares to help we understand what Enead. © 12 PROB 16. When tent becomes dict, 1 pay closer attention to what Fm reading. 123 GiO9 17. T use bles figures, and pctres intext to increase my understanding. fn PROB 18, stop ftom time fo time and think about what Im readig. oo Gio 19, Tse conte clues to help me better understand wht Ln reading. fe Sur. 20. Tparphas (estate ideas ny own words) to better understand what I red ae Ron 21, Tuy to picture or visualize inermatfon to help remember at I read. res SiO 22. Tusetypooraphica is ke boldface and ais to Wen key fforation. neal GLOB 25. Teritcay analyze and evaluate the Information presented inthe text ie Sup. 24, Tgp tock on forth nthe tet to fnd elatarshps among eas in. 126 Sto 25, Teheck my understanding when T came across eanfiting Information. 16g LOB 26, J try to guess what the materi is about when Trex te PROB 27. When tert becomes df reread to increase my understanding eee SUP” 28, Last myelf question [Uke to have answered inthe text. 1s Glos 29. I check tose i my guesses abut the tert are right of wrong, 123 PROB 30. I ty to guess the meaning oF unknown words or phrases. ey 5 > ee ‘Go 22On0>-GOn>6 Coe Figure 1, Mesacognitive Awareness of Reading Strategies Inventory or the M.AR SLI (Mokhtari & Reichard, 2002). Copyright © 2002 by the American Psychological Assocation. Reprinted with permission. Voices from the Middle, Volume 11 Number 1, September 2003,