Weekly Reading Tracker- works with any novel

Weekly Reading Tracker- works with any novel
Weekly Reading Tracker- works with any novel
Weekly Reading Tracker- works with any novel
Weekly Reading Tracker- works with any novel
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Every Friday I will assign one of these to each of my students to help them track which books they read that week. It calls for the title/author/page number they left off on, a star rating, and a one sentence summary of where they are at in the book. Then they are given a list of 3-5 choices of questions. They may pick any one question they feel fits the book they are reading the best, and they write a 3-5 sentence answer based on their week's reading. This is like having a mini-conference with each student (in addition to the ones I do in person each week), and allows me to check in with their independent reading without holding them back or slowing them down.

There is a second page for each week where students can list multiple other titles if they read more than one book per week.

This resource includes 25 weeks worth of tracking sheets. Print and hand out each week, or upload into Google and assign to each student there. Files are editable so you can remove and write your own weekly questions as well! The questions I selected are some of the most commonly asked questions about novels and involve character, plot, conflict, predictions, drawing conclusions, making judgments, evaluating parts of the novel, etc. They are designed to go primarily with free choice fiction novels, but many would work with non-fiction titles as well.
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Analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact (e.g., how setting shapes the characters or plot).
Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text; provide an objective summary of the text.
Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
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