Reading is one of the most important attributes for a student. Reading consistently helps develop pacing, fluency, and it has so many benefits. Research has shown that those who read consistently have higher GPAs and higher intelligence. In addition, reading improves analytical thinking, increases vocabulary, improves memory and writing skills.
As many benefits as there are to reading, getting our students to read independently, can be, well, a challenge. It is not a priority to them, and for most, it is not the first thing they think about when they wake up. In this day in age, there are many distractions to take their mind off of reading. How would you like your students to enjoy reading?!?! I think I can help!
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This product includes:
★TWO Independent Reading Challenges-Higher Level & Lower Level-EDITABLE in Google Docs
★Weekly Tracking Bookmark (EDITABLE)
★Weekly Reading Check-In Worksheet (EDITABLE)
★Young Adult Recommended Book List (EDITABLE)
★Hand-Drawn Book Bindings (by me!) for display (EDITABLE)
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* place this file on your own password-protected class page or server (Blackboard, Google Drive, etc)
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* make copies of other teachers or their classes.
* distribute this digital resource to other teachers.
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If you and a team of teachers would like to use this resource together, please purchase additional licenses on the resource purchase page.
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