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Richard Poulin

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Reading Log Reflection

Analyze and reflect on your reading log. Start by exporting your reading log to a spreadsheet and create a meaningful graph based on the reading duration over time. Customize the graph so that it is unique and best reflects your reading. Then export your graph to an image and post it to Seesaw. Use the annotation tools to provide a reflection on your reading over time. In your reflection consider what you notice in your graph, positives, negatives, and end with a reading goal. Also, include any important events that stand out on your graph. STEP 1: Export your reading log to a spreadsheet upload STEP 2: Create a graph from the data addpage STEP 3: Customize your graph background STEP 4: Export to an image cameraroll STEP 5: Upload to Seesaw seesaw STEP 6: Present your graph and reflect using the drawing tools drawing

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, English Language Learners
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

I use GetEpic for online reading and it is featured in my example. It creates a reading log that can be viewed online or exported to various formats. Students can do this activity with any type of reading log.

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