St John The Baptist Primary School. Year 3 Reading Evening. Aims of the session. To inform parents about how reading is managed in Year 3 and how/why this differs from Key Stage 1. How this prepares your child for Key Stage 2.
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Year 3 Reading Evening
reading is managed in Year 3 and how/why
this differs from Key Stage 1.
…to gain information….
…. for escapism
……as part of our work.
Children learn to read…
To increase their knowledge
To spark their imagination
To discover new worlds
To be inspired
To empathise with characters
To relax and unwind
for the same reasons.
by reading endlessly to our children…
and introducing them to a wide variety of texts. Our enthusiasm for certain authors and styles of books can be infectious!
Also, this can encourage a thirst for knowledge and understanding of the world.
Good word recognition, good language comprehension
Good language comprehension, poor word recognition
Poor word recognition, poor language comprehension
Good word recognition, poor language comprehension
‘READING TO LEARN.’
Fine balance to be struck in terms of providing continuing support and nurturing a move towards more independent reading.
Your answer may well be that he/she shifts from one to the other!
Model reading out loud to them regularly
Let your child see you reading for pleasure
Use Book talk – short focused activities
You can… comprehension, children are offered a freer choice of reading material…. Still closely monitored by the class teacher via the use of
Choose a visual text without words to encourage independent thought and creative responses. This is a useful way in for more reluctant readers.