Help your students stay on top of their independent reading assignments and goals by implementing these printable worksheets in your classroom.
**These worksheets can be used to guide reading in just about any classroom. It is not limited to just the English/Language Arts classroom**
Many of the sheets are applicable to **all ages** of students. The written assignments are geared more toward upper-level junior high and high school.
-- An independent reading project for students to complete, which asks them to create something of their choice to show their understanding of both their book and key terms, such as conflict, character, and motivation.
-- A rubric for grading those independent projects.
-- An independent reading log weekly goal sheet, which asks students to reflect on their accomplishments over the previous week and if they did not reach their goal, determine what they need to do differently in order to do so.
-- Free reading reflection, which is used to ensure understanding of what students read daily while also helping them engage with their book.
-- A writing assignment which asks students to put on a critical lens and argue whether their book is worth reading, using specific details from their book to support their claim.
-- A skeleton for the above writing assignment for students who struggle coming up with ideas or creating a cohesive format
-- A skeleton for students to use that helps them determine their character's main conflict and motivation for a second, optional written assignment.
-- Reading log book marks to help your students stay on top of recording the pages they read and any interesting or difficult words they find.
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