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Active Reading “British Imperialism in India”

Active Reading “British Imperialism in India”

Question Description

I’m working on a history writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.

The student can meet the learning target, but also can effectively explain an argument that is being made. Also, the student can attach the main idea or argument of the text to a particular theme in the course (PERSIA) accurately. Errors do not exist.

The student can identify and define unfamiliar words and key terms necessary to understand the main idea of the text. The student correctly identifies the main idea of the text. The student consistently responds to the text with clear, relevant, and original responses that question, make opinions on, or connect with the text. Some slight errors may exist.

The student can identify and define unfamiliar words and some key terms necessary to understand the main idea of the text, but might miss some critical key terms. The student can identify some of the main ideas presented, but might do so with some errors or omissions. The student can respond to the text with questions, opinions, or connections, but does so inconsistently.

The student can identify and define unfamiliar words. The student struggles with reading comprehension as they can not yet uncover the main idea of the author. An attempt is made at responding to the text with questions, opinions, or connections but they are superficial, irrelevant, vague, or repeat the ideas already present in the text.