I don't make them exactly like the book, and you can probably see the differences pretty quickly.
I incorporate one of our school's character assets under each of the options. This gives the kids the chance to think about that asset as they work in that session and I can also draw out some pretty cool character asset compliments during this time, like, "I love how so-and-so is showing so much respect toward our iPod!" during Listen to Reading.
I also don't always put "Teachers are:" on the right-hand side of the charts. We do that for the first chart on Read to Self, but afterwards, I like to use the space to write down choices they have during that time. This helps answer a lot of questions about what they should be working on and gives them huge visual clues in case they forget :)
Without further ado...
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