Digital Book Log
To see this Digital Book Log in action on YouTube, click HERE!
Have your students keep track of books they read throughout the school year and categorize them by genre! This encourages your students to read a variety of titles and apply their knowledge of informational and literature genres.
Why should you switch from a PAPER book log to a DIGITAL book log?
⇒ A digital book log won't rip or tear from constant use.
⇒ A digital book log won't get lost.
⇒ A digital book log can be filled out from home or from school.
⇒ A digital book log can easily have pages added.
⇒ A digital book log can easily be checked by the teacher. Anytime. From Anywhere.
This resource is intended for use with Google Drive/Microsoft OneDrive classrooms.
Haven't used a Google Drive/Microsoft OneDrive
activity before? Download the preview to see the easy to follow instructions for seamless setup in your classroom. GoogleDrive and Microsoft OneDrive
resources can be accessed from laptops, computers, Chromebooks, iPads, and tablets with internet access.
Students will categorize their reading into up to 17 genres
- you can choose which genres they will record before "Sharing" the assignment with them! They will write the date they finished the book, the title, and the author. In addition, they will use a "drag and drop" method to give each book a thumbs up/middle/down rating. The rating will be useful for you to recommend other books
your students may enjoy!
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