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Reader's Notebook: The Progress Section

By Beth Newingham on November 21, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

In the Goals and Progress section of each student's Reader's Notebook , we include a Color Code Form. This sheet is used as a visual record of a student's progression through the color codes in our classroom library throughout the school year. When I see students choosing to read books well below or above their "just right" color code, I can quickly flip to this section of their notebook and remind them of the books they should be reading.

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