Give your 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students meaningful homework where they can read a fiction or non-fiction text of their choice and apply a wide-variety of reading prompts to the section of the text they read each night. Interactive reading logs provide a necessary bridge between students, tea
Fiction: Independent Reading Response Logs for ANY Novel or Short Story
Are you wondering how to hold your students accountable for providing text evidence during independent reading? I needed an independent reading response packet that could be used for any work of fiction. I needed one that was e
ATTENTION MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS!!!!By popular demand.....a middle school or 5th-8th grade version of the highly populary Editable Weekly Reading Records (Elementary)....these have been on the top 100 list many times!!!EVERY PAGE IS EDITABLE!!!!! There are now a variety of SIX reading records with f
This is an active reading log created to help middle and high school students stay engaged while reading. The tasks involve critical thinking and accountability, so that students will strengthen skills and retain information. This is a flexible reading log that can be used for both fiction and non
This method of documenting silent reading makes every student successful! Print this document front/back for student notebooks or portfolios.
Students track their silent-at-home reading and write brief but meaningful summaries about the most recent pages/chapter once a week.
Students also choose
This is a quick and easy way to help you and your students make independent reading easy to track and meaningful. What's Included:5 Daily (Monday-Friday) Google FormsLinks and InstructionsWhat's In the Reading Log:Part One: The Basics. Name, what did they read, and for how long. Part Two: Digging De
This interactive reading response resource covers ALL of the informational text reading standards. It is easy to use, simple to grade, and can be assigned over and over again for books or short passages.
Several ways to use this resource are included. You can use it multiple times during the year.
This reading log was created to be used with the Accelerated Reading Program and is appropriate for all grade levels but is designed with middle and high school students in mind. (No kiddie graphics and a clean look). It has been created as a PDF and is not editable.
This reading log has a space f
This reading log includes a list of 20 reflection questions requiring students to analyze, synthesize, make inferences and predictions based upon their reading. Students respond on the second/back page each week! Terrific tool for Reading & Writing Workshop!
The reading log includes topics related to the novel students are reading. The topics are general but intended to promote ideas and thoughts specific to the book they've chosen. I used this several years ago with my 8th grade students and recently found it again. I like that that it does not just ma
Help your students organize their reading time with these logs!
This 7-page .pdf file comes with 2 reading log templates and includes a rubric for one log along with suggested reading/research topics. I have used both of these in my class with success. Although I have only used them with 7th, 9th
Included in this Resource:Step by Step Directions for saving this resource to Google Drive & sharing editable copies with students through Google Classroom.3 Editable Reading Log Cover Slide Options6 Reading Log Directions Options (20 minutes of daily reading, 25 minutes of daily reading, and 30
Student accountability for reading at home, outside of a school setting. This form forces parents/guardians to become part of their student's learning. Reading at least 30 minutes daily can help student increase their reading comprehension and reading fluency.
This is a weekly reading log used to track students' outside reading. It is designed so that students will read for at least 30 minutes four days a week (Monday-Thursday). Once students complete their reading, they fill out the title, author, Lexile score, pages read, and then complete a written sum
This is a way to track what students read, either in print or electronically, while also holding them accountable during reading. They can use it for independent reading, reading groups, homework, etc... Students have to log 2 strategies that they used to read, along with the page numbers, and mak
Included:Reading log covers - 5 optionsNightly reading log directions (for 20 minutes of reading, 25 minutes of nightly reading, and 30 minutes of nightly reading). Writing prompts for students reading the beginning/middle of a novel, and for students reading the end of the novel. Prompts include qu
2 page word document includes
Document 1: Daily Reading Log with sections for book title, author, how much read (pages), gist, and a place for an active reading strategy, along with a section for any abandoned books. Perfect for a teacher to collect and grade either weekly or monthly to check prog
Reading Log Version 2: Here is your one-stop resource for helping students CRAFT their own weekly literary analyses! This rendition of the Reading Log is designed to serve as the culmination of multiple scaffolding steps: Begin with the IVF and soon build on additional information until your student
The READ-O Card it just like a BINGO Card. I created it to use in place of a reading log that gets boring, cumbersome, ignored, and lost when sent home. Your students will get very excited and motivated to read or engage in reading activities at home with this activity. Other students are also motiv
Middle School Reading Log! Looking for a quick, easy way for students to track their reading? Look no further! 2 versions included:-track books read throughout the quarter-track nightly pages readDon't forget to click on the FOLLOW ME button to be alerted to new resources!
Reading Log Version 1: Here is your one-stop resource for helping students understand the importance of a strong topic sentence or thesis sentence, in the format of an IVF (Identify, active present tense Verb, Focus). Included is the format, the "rules," and the practice all students need in the for
Help students keep track of the monthly reading with "Book of the Month" Reading Logs! The monthly logs ask students to list the main characters of the book, identify one example of figurative language, and discover two new vocabulary words! Students are also given a rating scale and can rate the bo