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Here is a sample from my Independent Reading Book Marks Collection - the Vocabulary and the Significant quote bookmarks.
And I just solved all of your independent reading homework problems!! My collection of bookmarks is designed to make independent reading more valuable for the students and more easily assessed by you. Each bookmark focuses on a different reading skill, and is meant to be completed after or during a thirty minute independent reading session. The student doesn't have to carry around a reading response notebook, and still always has a place to reflect on their reading.
Included in the whole set:
Tone or Mood
Reading Log to keep track of what pages were read each day.
Here is how it works. They take a reading log bookmark every time they start a new book to track when they read and the pages . Then, each day, they pick the reading skills bookmark that works the best for their text, (or that they find the most interesting) fill it in, and turn it in the next morning. I use library card pockets affixed to a bulletin board with their names on them. They put their bookmark in their pocket each day and on Friday I check for how many each student turned in. They know that I randomly pick one bookmark per student per week to check for a grade, so they all better be good, just in case! When they finish the book, they turn in the reading log and we staple all of the bookmarks for that book to it and they have a record of their thinking for that book. And they look great hanging on a bulletin board - a great way to celebrate books finished!
I print out the reading skills bookmarks on regular weight colorful paper, and the reading log bookmark on heavy card stock since that one stays with the book the whole way through.
I hope this helps in your classroom!!