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The Place of Guided Reading in the English Curriculum

The Place of Guided Reading in the English Curriculum

Ros Ferrara

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Guided reading is not explicitly mentioned in the curriculum but is an essential element in teaching reading. Guided reading aims to develop pupils into enthusiastic, motivated, autonomous and perceptive readers. It allows us, as teachers, to teach the wide range of reading skills pupils need, from strategies for decoding to understanding themes in a longer novel.

This publication considers the rationale for guided reading and different teaching models, strategies and approaches. It also provides tables in which links between objectives from the 2014 curriculum and the former assessment focuses are made. It enables teachers to use approaches and resources based on the focuses and planning and assessing effectively.

The final section offers some practical activities for use in guided reading sessions.

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ISBN: 978-1-909038-48-6
Product Reference: PGR
Format: Book & eBook
Pages: 63
Printing: Black and White
Product Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 x 1cm
Publisher: Focus Education (UK) Ltd
Published Date: Sep 2014

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