Reflection: Data Analysis End of Year Independent Reading Reflection - Section 1: Shelfari Book Count


I love to use the data from the end of the year to recommend books for kids at the start of the next year. I also like to go shopping at the start of the year for new books, and I use the kids' responses from the end of year reading surveys when going to buy books and replenish my collection. Also, I love to bring seventh graders back to my room to give live book recommendations at the start of the school year.

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End of Year Independent Reading Reflection

Unit 9: Special Days (Holidays & In Between Formal Units)
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT tally total number of books read during the year, do a genre count, and reflect further.

Big Idea: As an accountability check, we total up the number of books each block has read and report our totals. Then we come up with a school wide total for independent reading.

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