The importance of reading.    How can you help?
“Too many children in England do not read well enough by thetime they leave primary school.”Ofsted 2011
“The diligent, concentrated and systematic teaching of phonics is  central to success of all schools     that achieve high...
From June 2012 all 6 year olds    (Year 1) will be screened to    provide information aboutstandards in reading for indivi...
How do we teach reading at          Green Park?•By ensuring high quality phonics teaching•By delivering high quality Guide...
So.... what typically happens in a Guided             Reading session?•Children have the opportunity to discuss a new book...
Language comprehension                            process                           GoodWord recognition                  ...
How can you help?
Read       Read   Read   Read
Let’s put ourreading skills tothe test.
As the afternoon light started to fade, thecow stopped eating grass, stood instead withits head over the gate and gazed ex...
As the afternoon light started to fade, thecow stopped eating grass, stood insteadwith its head over the gate and gazedexp...
As the afternoon light started to fade,the cow stopped eating grass, stoodinstead with its head over the gate andgazed exp...
As the afternoon light started to fade,the cow stopped eating grass, stoodinstead with its head over the gate andgazed exp...
As the afternoon light started to fade,the cow stopped eating grass, stoodinstead with its head over the gate andgazed exp...
As the afternoon light started to fade, thecow stopped eating grass, stood insteadwith its head over the gate and gazedexp...
How can we helpchildren acquire all    these skills?
When teaching and assessing children’sreading we are mindful of the 7 assessmentkeys.Assessment Focus 1: word reading skil...
Read       Read   Read   Read
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  1. 1. The importance of reading. How can you help?
  2. 2. “Too many children in England do not read well enough by thetime they leave primary school.”Ofsted 2011
  3. 3. “The diligent, concentrated and systematic teaching of phonics is central to success of all schools that achieve high reading standards”Ofsted 2011
  4. 4. From June 2012 all 6 year olds (Year 1) will be screened to provide information aboutstandards in reading for individual children, schools and nationally.
  5. 5. How do we teach reading at Green Park?•By ensuring high quality phonics teaching•By delivering high quality Guided Reading•By providing the opportunity for Dailyreading activities•By ensuring there is high quality planning byteachers
  6. 6. So.... what typically happens in a Guided Reading session?•Children have the opportunity to discuss a new book orrecap a book they are reading•Children are taught how to tackle unknown words•Children are provided the chance to read independentlyor out loud within the group•Children are given the opportunity to answer searchingquestions and find evidence of their answers in the book•Children are set tasks to do at home or in school relatingto the book
  7. 7. Language comprehension process GoodWord recognition Word recognition process poor Good process poor Language comprehension process
  8. 8. How can you help?
  9. 9. Read Read Read Read
  10. 10. Let’s put ourreading skills tothe test.
  11. 11. As the afternoon light started to fade, thecow stopped eating grass, stood instead withits head over the gate and gazed expectantlydown the lane.How light was it?
  12. 12. As the afternoon light started to fade, thecow stopped eating grass, stood insteadwith its head over the gate and gazedexpectantly down the lane.The afternoon light was starting to fade.A LITERAL question. We can find the answer in the text.
  13. 13. As the afternoon light started to fade,the cow stopped eating grass, stoodinstead with its head over the gate andgazed expectantly down the lane.What time of year did this happen?
  14. 14. As the afternoon light started to fade,the cow stopped eating grass, stoodinstead with its head over the gate andgazed expectantly down the lane.Winter or late autumnThis is a DEDUCTIVE question. The text doesnot actually tell you the answer.
  15. 15. As the afternoon light started to fade,the cow stopped eating grass, stoodinstead with its head over the gate andgazed expectantly down the lane.How do you think the cow might have beenfeeling?
  16. 16. As the afternoon light started to fade, thecow stopped eating grass, stood insteadwith its head over the gate and gazedexpectantly down the lane.The cow stopped eating grass – this suggests it might not be hungryIt stood still with its head over the gate – this suggests it is patientIt is gazing expectantly down the lane – so it seems to be waiting for something.This is an INFERENTIAL question. The text doesnot tell you the answer but we can work it out.
  17. 17. How can we helpchildren acquire all these skills?
  18. 18. When teaching and assessing children’sreading we are mindful of the 7 assessmentkeys.Assessment Focus 1: word reading skills and strategiesAssessment Focus 2: Understand, describe, select or retrieve informationAssessment focus 3: Deduce infer and interpret informationAssessment focus 4: Identify and comment on the structure and organisationAssessment Focus 5: Explain and comment on the writer’s use of languageAssessment Focus 6: Evaluate the writers’ purposes and viewpointsAssessment Focus 7: Relate texts to their social, cultural and historical traditions
  19. 19. Read Read Read Read
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