SPUNKI: A Reading Rubric That Engages Students with Course Content

This link was passed to me, and I thought it was worth sharing.

Per the linked site below:

“SPUNKI is an acronym that asks students to answer six questions, “What part or parts of the reading did you find Surprising?, Puzzling?, Useful?,  New?, Knew it already?,  Interesting?”  Applying the prompts to any reading assignment invites students to respond personally to the material and make it their own.  Also, we have found that students using SPUNKI are more enthusiastic about assignments involving reading and other media, e.g. diagrams and images.”

Read more on the OnCourse website: http://oncourseworkshop.com/Learning049.htm

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