Notes written in reading logs serve two purposes: They can aid students in organizing and synthesizing important information as they read a text, and they can serve as a tool for clarifying and reviewing text material. Double-entry reading logs as note making tools can help students organize key details about complex topics.
My Argument/evidence double-entry reading logs distinguish main ideas or arguments found in a text from the evidence presented to support each main idea or argument.
This bundle includes an argument/evidence double-entry reading log graphic organizer for each scene in each Act of The Diary of Anne Frank (play). Each one has important information and quotes from the text along with critical thinking questions.