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  • 1. Student Achievement Hui 15.08.2012
  • 2. Student Achievement Hui 15.08.2012 Welcome – Ernest (BOT) National Standards  Mike Tribe – Ministry of Education  Christine Jeffs – Te Toi Tupu  Group Sharing Partnerships Draw Meat Pack & Farewell – Ernest (BOT)
  • 3. NZ Curriculum Standards in Reading www.tetoitupu.org
  • 4. The Standards• After one (two, three) year(s) at school, students will read, respond to, and think critically about fiction and non-fiction texts at the Green (Turquoise, Gold) level of Ready to Read.• By the end of Year 4, students will read, respond to, and think critically about texts in order to meet the reading demands of the NZC at Level 2. Students will locate and evaluate information and ideas within texts as they generate and answer questions to meet specific learning purposes across the curriculum. www.tetoitupu.org
  • 5. By the end of Year 4 read, respond to, and think locate and evaluate information critically about texts in order to and ideas within texts as they meet the reading demands of generate and answer questions the NZC at Level 2 to meet specific learning purposes across the curriculumBy the end of Year 5 By the end of Year 5, students Students will locate, evaluate will read, respond to, and think and integrate information and critically about texts in order to ideas within and across texts as meet the reading demands of they generate and answer the NZC as they work towards questions to meet specific Level 3 learning purposes across the curriculum.By the end of Year 6 at level 3 As above www.tetoitupu.org
  • 6. After One YearTopic words and interest words that are likely to be in a reader’soral vocabulary and that are strongly supported by the context orillustrationsAfter Two YearsMostly familiar words, but some new topic words and descriptivelanguage that are supported by context and/or by illustrationsAfter Three YearsSome unfamiliar words and phrases, the meaning of which issupported by the context or illustrations, including descriptivevocabulary, subject specific vocabulary, and commonly used wordsthat have multiple meanings www.tetoitupu.org
  • 7. By the end of Year FourSome words and phrase that are ambiguous or unfamiliar to thestudents, the meaning of which is supported by the context orclarifies by photographs, illustrations, diagrams and/or writtenexplanationsBy the end of Year Five and SixA significant amount of vocabulary that is unfamiliar to thestudents which is generally explained in the text by words orillustrations www.tetoitupu.org
  • 8. Student Achievement Hui 15.08.2012 Partnerships  Mike – Ministry of Education  Christine – Professional Development  Catriona – School  Group Sharing Draw Meat Pack & Farewell – Ernest (BOT)

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