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FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH

FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
FICTION INDEPENDENT READING RESPONSE LOG - MIDDLE SCHOOL ENGLISH
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Fiction: Independent Reading Response Logs for ANY Novel or Short Story

Are you wondering how to hold your students accountable for providing text evidence during independent reading? I needed an independent reading response packet that could be used for any work of fiction. I needed one that was easy to grade and included questions from every Common Core Standard. So I created this versatile resource that can be used for ANY novel or short story, independent reading choices, whole-class assignments, or literature circles.

This is designed to be used over and over again in your classroom. Because the reading logs are differentiated, they will “grow” with your students.

Each independent reading log for fiction includes
★ a summary question
★ a connection question
★ two text evidence question choices related to a specific standard from the Reading Literature strand
★ Built-in Common Core “I Can” statements pertaining to the tasks
★ An easy-to-use scoring bar
★ Common Core Standards

What else is included?

• teacher instructions
• student instructions
• an easy-to-use rubric
• a sample response for modeling

In order to provide differentiation, students are given two text evidence question choices. The top one is geared toward a lower level, and the bottom question is geared toward a higher level. Often, when presented with a choice, students will know when they can meet the challenge of the higher level question. Or, you might decide to direct students to answer a specific question.

~ Now you can say ~
Goodbye, useless reading logs!
Sayonara unengaging tasks!
Hello, learning tools!
Hello, accountability!
Hello, evidence of learning!

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Enjoy!
Darlene Anne
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