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Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
Parents reading workshop.ppt vicky version
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This is the power point from the parent reading workshop. For further information please see your class teacher. …

This is the power point from the parent reading workshop. For further information please see your class teacher.
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  • 1. Year 2 Parents Meeting Reading January 2011
  • 2. Aims of workshop
    • To enable parents to better support children’s reading at home
    • To inform you on how we measure progress in reading
  • 3. Leveling Children’s reading
    • Levels assigned to every child at the end of the infant school (Key Stage 1)
    • These are based on teacher assessment
    • Some tasks and tests are given to moderate teacher assessment
    • The emphasis is on teacher assessment
  • 4. Levels at end of Key Stage 1
    • At the end of year 1 the national average for a reading level is 1b.
    • At the end of year 2 it is 2b.
    • In our school we expect some children to achieve higher.
  • 5. Gathering evidence to level children
    • Through guided reading
    • Through assessments
    • Through children’s work
    • in literacy
    • Through the tasks
    • and tests (SATs)
  • 6. To achieve level 1 children will need to …
    • Show a good awareness of how to use a book
    • Recognise some letters and words
    • Understand the significance of punctuation
    • Be able to respond to questions about the text and illustrations
    • When a child is reading at level one, a running record is used for assessment purposes. This shows which strategies the child is using to decode unknown words and gives information about their knowledge of sentence structure.
    • It provides us with the next steps they need in order to progress their reading.
  • 7. Using the level 2 texts
    • Teacher will read the first part of the text
    • Child will read a
    • specified section
    • A record is kept
    • of the errors made
    • A record is also kept
    • of the strategies used
  • 8. To achieve level 2c children will need to …
    • Achieve more than 90% independent reading
    • Use mainly appropriate strategies to decode
    • Comment on the main characters and key events
    • Retell the story
  • 9. To achieve level 2b children will need to …
    • Read the text almost entirely accurately and be well paced in parts of the passage
    • Show some evidence of self correction
    • Be able to comment on the setting and how the plot links together
    • Be able to retell the story referring to most of the main events and characters
  • 10. To achieve a level 2a children will need to …
    • Read the text accurately
    • Be able to scan the text backwards and forwards if it is not making sense
    • Read independently with pace and fluency showing a real confidence
    • Retell the story in a balanced way using key points from the text
  • 11. Comprehension
    • During our assessment weeks, at the end of each half term we use comprehension papers to help to assess the children’s understanding of what they have read. This is as important as how they are delivering the text.
    • We use these comprehension papers once a child has reached level 2c as well as continuing with running records.
  • 12. Reading at home
    • Reading Record
    • This for home and school to record what your child has read and also to comment on their reading.
    • Obviously we would always welcome positive comments.
    • Some parents have said they are never sure what to write.
    • Here are a few suggestions that we would find helpful and I’m, sure your child would appreciate.
    • We took it in turns to read the pages.
    • We practised the rhyming words for fun.
    • Very good expression. Well done!
    • Only 2 pages of reading today so we discussed the pictures too.
    • This book was easy to read straight through.
    • We discussed what might happen next.
    • We are looking out for capital letters and full stops.
    • This week we chose some books from the library.
    • There are ch and sh sounds to practise in this book.
    • Very clear independent reading today .
  • 13. Thank you for coming.
    • We hope that you have found the information useful.
    • There is also more information on the class blogs.
    • If you have any questions, please talk to us.
    • Reading booklets are also being sent home on Friday.

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