I've created another Independent Reading Record for you, this time focusing on the all-important skill of making inferences. I hope you enjoy using it with your students! If you do, please give it a positive rating! (And if you have a question or suggestion, please let me know.)
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Designed to promote independent reading with an emphasis on Making Inferences, this document gives students a chance to practice the formula for making an inference: Draw information from the text, add their own prior knowledge on the topic, and create an inference statement. They are also provided space to record their reading progress, and difficulties they encountered along the way, and what they did to resolve them. There are also a spaces for unfamiliar words, and a short reflective writing. Your students will engage in an analytical and metacognitive activity post reading resulting in a deeper connection to their independent reading materials and a source of data for your records.
Note: This handout is two sided. The front pages--with the graphics--are identical (with the exception of the graphics.) This allows you to select the handout with just the right graphic (or graphics--if you'd like your students to have a choice) for your class. The back of the handout is identical. Use the back included with all four of the front pages. (All images are CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0)
Public Domain images with unlimited, unrestricted commercial use.)