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Moving your child on with their Reading Guide for Yrs 2 & 3. Motivating readers Reading in school Reading at home Comprehension skills. The book holds the key…. Books you liked as a child – build the excitement…e.g. Robot Doesn’t always follow that they’ll like what you like!

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Motivating readers reading in school reading at home comprehension skills

Moving your child on with their Reading

Guide for Yrs 2 & 3

Motivating readers

Reading in school

Reading at home

Comprehension skills


The book holds the key
The book holds the key…

  • Books you liked as a child – build the excitement…e.g. Robot

  • Doesn’t always follow that they’ll like what you like!

  • Novelty books

    Kick!

    Pop up books

    Holograms

  • Lego books

  • Rhyming books – Dr Seuss



Motivating children
Motivating children

  • Research – find out about different authors

  • Visit the library or book shop

  • Listen to stories on tape/CD’s

  • http://www.audible.co.uk/cat/535836031


  • Share books and other forms of print


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Motivating children

  • If your child has a particular interest, you could visit the IBIS- the owner can always recommend a good read

  • Sharing picture books



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  • E-books


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Early reading skills
Early Reading Skills home

In order to become good readers, children need to:

- be read stories

- share books

- predict story from pictures

- learn that reading in English is from left to write

- know the letter sounds (phonics)


How do children learn to read
How do children learn to read? home

  • Pupils become successful readers by learning to use a range of strategies to get at the meaning of a text

  • Recognising and understanding the words on the page is no guarantee that the text will be understood.


Letters and sounds
Letters and Sounds home

  • 10 – 15 minute daily session

  • Children grouped according to ability

  • Recognising sounds

  • Reading tricky words on sight

  • Blending for reading

  • Segmenting for spelling

  • Applying skills – reading or writing a sentence






Strategies for reading
Strategies for Reading home

  • Sound out the word

  • Use pictures

  • Miss the word, read to the end of the sentence, go back and think what would make sense

  • Check reading makes sense

The lion was laying in the sun.


It is well recognised that children vary in the ease with which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).


Comprehension
Comprehension which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).


Comprehension1
Comprehension which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).

  • Children need to have a good understanding of what they have read.

  • Ask questions about the text

  • Find evidence in the text

  • Discuss likes/dislikes

  • Predict what might happen next


Blooms taxonomy
Blooms Taxonomy which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).

Dr Bloom identified that people learn and operate with multiple levels of thinking


Knowledge
Knowledge which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).

Recall questions

Where does the story take

place?

When did the story take place?

What did s/he/it look like?

Who was s/he/it?

Where did s/he/it live?

Who are the characters in the

book?

Where in the book would you

find…?


Comprehension2
Comprehension which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).

Simple comprehension questions

What do you think is happening

here?

What happened in the story?

What might this mean?

Through whose eyes is the story

told?

Which part of the story best

describes the setting?

What words and/or phrases do this?

What part of the story do you like

best?


New books which they can decode. They also vary in their listening comprehension, and consequently in their reading comprehension. An effective reader has good word reading and good listening comprehension skills, as shown in the upper right quadrant of the figure below. Poor reading comprehension can occur with or without poor word reading, as shown in both lower quadrants of the figure (see Nation, 2005).Oxford Reading Tree


The Pearson range have additional information about the author, or tips on reading the book or ways to find out more about the topic.


Question- examples (hand-out) author, or tips on reading the book or ways to find out more about the topic.



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