Reading ad Writing Conference Logs are a great way for you to keep track of an individual student's progress. Take notes as you have conferences to set goals for your readers and writers.
I copy the reading conference logs on one color, and the writing conference logs on another color. I keep them all in a binder separated by student. If you make these copies double-sided, one sheet should cover 2 months worth of conferences if you meet with student once a week.
The blank line at the top of each page is for the student's name.
On the reading conference sheet, you'll notice four check boxes in the left column. Each box represents a sticky note. I generally ask my readers to use four sticky notes to mark a spot in their text for the specific skill we're using. If they leave any sticky notes unused, that counts as a strike. In my class, once a student gets three strikes, it counts as a missing classwork assignment. If you decide to only ask for 2 or 3 examples of a skill, cross off the next conference's sticky notes accordingly so you'll know how many examples you were looking for.
On the writing conference log, you'll notice a blank score out of 5 points. I use this to score my students, similar to standardized testing writing rubrics where a student's writing can earn up to 5 points. I will average a group of related skills together for a grade. I use this in addition to a grade given to their final drafts of a specific writing unit/project.
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