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Create Book Logs for Reading Workshop

By Beth Newingham on July 16, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

Students must record ALL books they read throughout the year in Reader Workshop in their Reader’s Notebook. They visit this log often to reflect on their own reading habits, create genre graphs, set monthly reading goals, and help them assess their reading progress.

Comments (2)

I am done 2 books in 36 minutes.

I wish I could get a copy of these pages, but it says the URL cannot be found. What can I do?

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