I posted this version of the form on my website. I deleted the names so that my student names were not posted online. However, when I sent this form home with the students, I edited this copy under "Due Dates" section. I listed the days of the week and had the name of each student by a day. Caregivers and students had to sign this form. By dividing up the due dates, this helped me manage reading and evaluating their reading response journals. If I had 25 students then five students were due each day of the week. This day never changed throughout the school year. Each Monday, I collected those five students RRJ (reading response journal), and so on. A RRJ is a journal that students have and respond to a question (from a list I gave them) about what they are reading. Students completed one reflection per week. The RRJ questions are not included, this is just a guideline for implementation of RRJ.