Reading Expectations In Our Classroom

Reading Expectations In Our Classroom

Every teacher has there own reading expectations. I have tried to tailor my reading expectations to fit my students as much as possible. I try to make my expectations as “real world” as I can, while still encouraging a love of reading and requiring reading.

Reading Expectations

  • We read every day
  • We write a response about our reading every day (or we attempt)
  • We submit our best response every Friday to be assessed
  • We read the entire time
  • We can abandon or quit books
  • We keep our reading log updated
  • We can sit where we are comfortable

Reading Goals

  • We set a monthly (and eventually quarterly) reading goal based on page numbers. 100 pages=1 book
  • We can adjust the goal up until THREE DAYS before it is due

Finishing Books

  • Complete a Pre-conference form
  • Optional: Write a book review for this blog
  • Conference with Mrs. Ennis
  • Other reading assignments/tasks

I am a middle school teacher who loves to read ALL KINDS of books. I am part of the ARC-sharing group LitReviewCrew, a co-creator for the YouTube Channel Legit KidLit and the Podcast Read to Write KidLit. Check out my Linktree for more:

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