These sheets are designed for students and teachers to communicate on reading texts and their completion.
Use these sheets for an independent reading class.
Consider having a supervising instructor or another adult initial behind each text to ensure its completion.
Print one side of a sheet with the required reading list and the other side with the personal reading list.
Required reading lists can easily be differentiated for each student through a discussion. However, each student could also be given the same list by simply filling out the sheet one time and then making photocopies of the sheet.
Another way to differentiate these sheets is to add/eliminate rows as appropriate for the needs of each student.
Homeschool families may consider using this sheet as a source of documentation required for their individual circumstances.
These sheets could also be used competitively between learners as to how many books were completed in a certain time frame.
Instructors may want to put parameters on the texts chosen for personal reading. This can be done from a created list or through criteria such as specific authors, specific genres, specific time periods, specific topics, and/or specific numbers of pages.
Sheets can be color coded by term, dates, heading, or other categories. Explain this system to your students.
Some of the sheets have headings for "Date Due" and "Date Completed"
Some of the sheets have headings for "Date Started" and Date Completed."
The different sheets include: Required Reading, Assigned Reading, Extra Credit Reading, and Personal Reading.
Some sheets use the term "Log" and some use the term "List."
A usage and idea guide is also included with this product.