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  • This form enables students to track dates, titles, authors, and completion dates for what they are reading.
  • "Read one page of a book. Raise one finger for each word on the page that you donít know." Simple instructions for categorizing books by difficulty, from "easy to read" to "too hard". Four bookmarks per page.
  • What is a literature circle? How does it work? Here are some suggestions for planning literature circles, as well as charts for tracking vocabulary, important questions, and interesting observations.
  • This list features books at a variety of levels, each set in one of the fifty states. From "Bird" (set in Alabama) to "Hope Was Here" (Wyoming), this book list will help students "read across America".
  • List of ideas for students to share the books they have read.
  • This handy table form enables students to track what they are reading and how much, and also develops summary skills. One form is with graphics, one without.