Here are 2 documents that I use on a consistent basis for Guided Reading during Reader's Workshop. I use both the exit slips and vocabulary journals as evidence of student learning. I print a bunch of exit slips and keep them at my guided reading table. At the end of the lesson, each student knows to take an exit slip back to their desk and fill it out. When they are done filling them out, they leave them on my desk. I can start a new group while they are doing this! The vocabulary journal can be printed out double-sided and stapled with a long-arm stapler to create a small booklet for each student. Each of my students has a vocabulary journal in their Guided Reading folders. If they finish early, they know to work on their vocabulary journal by adding 1-2 new words they learned while reading. If my lesson is specifically on vocabulary, we may do this as a group or look for words with specific patterns. This can be a meaningful activity for early finishers, serve as an enrichment activity for high level students, become a part of your literacy centers, or use as a vocabulary building tool!