This is the student journal that I made that can go along with "The Story of the World." The book is a pretty thick book, about 300 pages, but there are lots of little stories within in, like a sequential anthology if you will. I like to keep my students accountable for the reading so this journal is a great way to do that. Mostly, students will be concisely summarizing each chapter with a single sentence, so it just a means to keep students accountable. However, I added the section for writing a reading response, based on the graphic organizers used to keep kids accountable. So, for your advanced classes, make every student a copy of the entire journal. If you have a lower-achieving class, print one copy for you, and then read the book aloud and have students fill out the chart with you and guide the reading response. As always, I design my journals for maximum student accountability but also for all level of learnings - the low kids who can only copy, the advanced kids who want to move ahead, the Language Learners who need some partner work. This is a great resource for a great booK!