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  • Heather VanderMolen

    ELA in the middle | Middle School English, Language Arts | Page 10

  • Maris Rubertone

    rubric for reading response journals. (Marzano) GREAT SITE for Interactive Reading Notebooks

  • Connie Smith

    Life in 4B...: Thoughtful Logs Self assessment for reader's notebook entries

  • Naomi Turk

    Fantastic Reading Log Ideas! (rubric for reading response journals)

  • Micheale Koch

    Some ideas for reading logs; self assessment

  • Bridget Morrison

    Ideas for reading journals! rubric for reading response journals. (Marzano)

  • Alaina

    A rubric for reading response journals ... Love the simplicity of the "yes" and "no". Also other interesting ideas for a "thoughtful log"

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