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Phase 3 Reading Workshop

Monday 2nd March


What can I do next to help my
child with their reading?

What have you read recently?

What did your child see you


read recently?

Overview

Progression of reading

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

- read aloud with fluency,


expression and understanding
- use different ways to read
unfamiliar words
- get the literal meaning from
a text and make some
straightforward inferences
- pick out the most obvious
points from texts they read
- identify the main purpose
of the text.

- read full length books


independently
- select strategies to help
them self-correct when faced
with difficult words or
unfamiliar texts
- read actively, for example,
predict what happens next,
visualise what is described,
speculate about characters
actions and motives
- get the point, the moral or
the message of a text beyond
the literal
- read to support their work in
all subjects, for example,
research a topic in print or
on-screen.

- select relevant evidence


from different points across
the text
- quote or refer to the text to
support their ideas
- read between the lines and
understand meanings that are
implied rather than stated
- give a general overview of
the purpose of the text and its
effect on the reader

What does reading look


like in school?
Shared Reading

Guided Reading
(ERIC)

Personal Reading

Focussed
Reading Tasks

Children working Children working Children working Children working


with challenging in small groups
with selfindividually, in
text
with text
selected
groups or as a
selected by
material
whole class to
teacher at the
including
use and apply
instructional
familiar text
their reading
level
skills to
complete a
range of tasks

What does reading look


like in school?
Shared Reading:
Usually whole class together
Reading the same text
A range of texts and text types
Reading and responding
Analysing texts

What does reading look


like in school?
Shared Reading Example

What does reading look


like in school?
Guided Reading (ERIC):
A small group (up to 6 children)
Once or twice a week
Learning strategies
Developing comprehension skills

What does reading look


like in school?
Guided Reading (ERIC) Example
- two groups with very different
needs

Comprehension vs
Progression
What is comprehension?
What are your experiences of
comprehension at school?

Comprehension vs
Progression

The gribbles sorged


normingly down the rand.

Comprehension vs
Progression
Think about the sentence you have just
read and choose an activity from below:
Draw the scene or gribbles
Describe a gribble
Continue the story
Create a gribbles dictionary with
meanings
Role play the scene / create a film

The Reading Bookmarks


A resource for home and school
matches your childs book banded book
examples of questions for follow up
suggested activities after reading

Comprehension vs
Progression
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Structure
Organisation
Language
Viewpoint & ...
Effect
Social & Cultural
Ask a variety of question types

Comprehension vs
Progression

Beyond Books
Treasure

Comprehension vs
Progression
Key Questions

Who is the old lady in the Junk


Yard?
Where has she come from?
Why is she collecting things?
How does she decide what to
keep?
How is she feeling throughout
the film? Beginning/end?
Why does she create a face
out of the junk?
Is this lady greedy?
Is she happy? How can we
tell?

Follow Up Ideas
Describe the old lady's day,
perhaps as a 1st person diary
entry.

Use descriptive language to show


how special the objects are to
Esther.

Link this to recycling and junk


modelling.

Book Talk and Suggested


Activities

Not Now Bernard!

Any questions?
The books transported her into new worlds and
introduced her to amazing people who lived
exciting lives. She went on olden day sailing ships
with Joseph Conrad. She went to Africa with
Earnest Hemingway and to India with Rudyard
Kipling. She travelled all over the world while
sitting in her little room in an English village.
Roald Dahl Matilda