Whether you are teaching the Reading Strategies (basic comprehension) or Notice and Note Signposts (deeper comprehension), these logs can be used in succession. The first page is the front side of the log that can be used every week to keep track of books being read, along with number of minutes and pages read each day. (Analyzing these with students can be very powerful!) The back page of the log focuses on identifying the Reading Strategies (envisioning, connecting, predicting, questioning, inferring, synthesizing, and determining importance) being used while reading with Strategy Stems to help the students begin a response to their reading, or if your students are beyond the Strategies and are ready for the Notice and Note Signposts, these logs are perfect for weekly use. One log has the students identify the signpost and then answer the "anchor question" to help them dig deeper. To promote the answering of and thinking about the Signpost "anchor question," another log just has the space for that. I encourage my students to adequately give details to support their thinking, and if your students are like mine and need more space than what is provided, 3x3 post-it notes fit perfectly over each square. I take weekly grades on these Reading Log Responses, and the number of points that each response is given is up to you.