In addition to the book title, this reading log form has space to indicate whether the book was read alone or with a parent. It also has an area to total the minutes read for the whole seven day week.
This book review worksheet could be used as a part of an oral report, with a book read outside of class or with summer reading.
Help students keep track of their reading by filling out this chart with the number of pages read, date read, genre and space for comments about the pages.
Help students develop a dialogue with what they read. Quotes go on one side and their reaction, feelings, or why they chose it goes on the other.
This version of the reading response journal provides more space to respond.
Use this reading response form to help keep track of the number of pages read. It has a place to write a literary device (or devices) and explain how it is used in the section. Suggested use is to use this form several times during the reading of a book. Each time students pause and reflect on what has happened and how literary devices are being used.
Students use this form to keep track of the books and pages read. There is space for 15 entries. One idea is to have students log the pages read at the end of every week.
This form helps students keep track of reading each week. There is a space for writing comments or quotes about the pages read.