Printable page for students to write their own book review on a free reading book. I keep a binder in my classroom, where students submit their reviews once they finish a free reading book. The review serves as confirmation that they have actually read the book, and is graded for content and effort. I call this binder my "GoodReads Binder"--like the website. The GoodReads Binder then becomes a resource that is always available for other students to browse for possible new books to read, getting opinions and recommendations from their own peers. I've found that this really helps some of my less motivated students to do their best work--they have a real audience taking what they say into consideration, rather than just writing to prove to me that they've read the book.