In this package of reading logs for the active reading strategies, you’ll find 10 different reading logs. They are printed twice for easy two-sided copies. These are great for more than for homework. They can also be used during independent reading, close reading and literacy centers during guided reading.
This active reading strategies homework resource has 20 pages of reading logs.
The reading logs are for:
2. Asking Questions
3. Making Connections (Text-to-Self)
4. Making Connections (Text-to-Text)
5. Making Connections (Text-to-World)
6. Making Connections (All Connections)
7. Making Predictions
After introducing these strategies and practicing them in class, students receive further practice at home on them by using these reading logs.
The logs offer differentiation to students because they give them the opportunity to choose which question on the reading log to use in their responding to their reading.
Many parts of the reading logs are in Spanish and English. This is to help parents assist their children, particularly in the early grades, with completing their nightly reading.