Carrie Gelson recently shared these Reader Statements pictured above.
Here is what she said about them:
Reader’s Statements communicate what readers do. For example: Readers think about what they read or listen to or Readers make sure what they read makes sense. I record Reader’s Statements that come out of student conferences and post these up with the name of the child that talked about the idea. We refer to these often!
A GREAT idea to steal!