Supporting guided reading starting Points Reading Objectives



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SUPPORTING GUIDED READING


Starting Points

Reading Objectives

&

Teaching Activities


Havering Inspection and Advisory Service

English Team




London Borough of Havering

EDUCATION

HAVERING INSPECTION AND

ADVISORY SERVICE

The Broxhill Centre,

Broxhill Road, Harold Hill,

Romford RM4 1XN



Please call: Pauline Drew

Telephone: 01708 433813

Fax:01708 379970

e.mail pauline.drew@havering.gov.uk


December 2002


Dear Colleague


Supporting Guided Reading

Starting Points

We hope that this publication supports your work in teaching children to become fluent and confident readers. We have provided a starting point to support the delivery of each reading objective, and we are grateful to Kirklees LEA and the Reading Recovery team in London for allowing us to use their continuum of reading objectives to help structure the booklet.

Yours sincerely


Lisa Cam & Pauline Drew

Lisa Cam & Pauline Drew

Literacy Consultants / Curriculum Advisers
English Team

Havering Inspection & Advisory Service



Introduction

The objectives that appear in this publication have been developed by the Reading Recovery team in London and Kirklees LEA to show progression in reading. They identify what children need to learn to move from one level to the next.


Our aim has been to support teachers further by suggesting how they might teach these objectives. Although primarily written with guided reading in mind, the brief outlines of activities provided could be used in any context. The activities are starting points, which may be augmented or adapted by staff. Several objectives can be addressed during one guided session (particularly at the earlier levels).
At the back of the document, there is guidance on the structure of guided reading and strategies to deepen comprehension.
We hope that you will find this material useful.



CONTENTS




Page

Suggested progression of reading objectives


1

Activities to support the teaching of objectives


5

Band 1 - Working towards NC level 1


5

Band 2 - Working towards NC level 1


8

Band 3 - Working within NC level 1


10

Band 4 - Working within NC level 1

12


Band 5 - Working within NC level 1

14


Band 6 - Working towards NC level 2


16

Band 7 - Working towards NC level 2


17

Band 8 - Working within NC level 2


19

Band 9 - Working within NC level 2


21

Band 10 - Working towards NC level 3


25

Band 11 - Lower NC level 3


28

Band 12 - Upper NC level 3


31

Band 13 - Lower NC level 4


34

Band 14 - Upper NC level 4


37

Band 15 - Lower level 5


43

Band 16 - Upper level 5


49

Guided reading prompt sheet


52


Book Bands / Kirklees - Suggested Progression of Objectives



Band 1: working towards NC level 1 (Pink)


  • Can recognise own name

  • Can hold book correctly

  • Can recognise front and back cover

  • Can understand that reading is made from writing

  • Can understand that print conveys meaning

  • Can differentiate between text and illustration

  • Can name some letters (capitals and lower case)

  • Can talk about stories and use pictures to support

  • Locate title

  • Open front cover

  • Turn pages appropriately

  • Understand that left page comes before right
  • Understand that we read print from left to right

  • Match spoken word to printed word (one-to-one corresponding)

  • Locate familiar words and use them to check own reading

  • Use the meaning of the text

  • Use language patterns (syntax)

  • Predict the story line and some vocabulary





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