If you believe that guided reading is important but are unsure how to effectively set up and plan your reading groups, then these resource books are for you. Ranging from Year 3 to Year 6 (ages 7–11), the last 2 books in the series are also suitable for Year 6 or older/high achieving pupils who need to be stretched further. The activities involve different, small group tasks that relate to independent reading, comprehension and detail, language and vocabulary, art and illustration, and refl ecting and responding. The A5 task cards are designed to be photocopied and laminated, ready to hand out to your reading groups. Each book in this series:
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• provides a complete guided reading programme suitable for use with any fi ctional texts
• offers pupils stimulating and fun activities that explore different facets of their books
• provides pupils with clear direction and expectations
• includes teacher guidelines, tips, timetables and other support material
• covers the important areas of the English curriculum.
Each book contains 56 A4 pages. 035-PB00028 Book 1 (Year 3) UK ONLY 035-PB00029 Book 2 (Year 4) UK ONLY 035-PB00030 Book 3 (Year 5) UK ONLY 035-PB00031 Book 4 (Year 6) UK ONLY 035-PB00032 Book 5 (Years 6-7) UK ONLY 035-PB00033 Book 6 (Years 6-8) UK ONLY
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2 Bridging Bands for Guided Reading
This extends the coverage of Book Bands for guided reading and includes appropriate tests for year 3 pupils (Orange to Lime Bands). In addition, it contains a review of published series designed for primary pupils reading below age related expectations. Bridging Bands is designed to support the NLS work on Yr 2-3 guided reading.
035-LGUIDEB £ 39 .95
3 Which Book and Why ‘Which Book and Why’ helps demonstrate how effective guided reading for children in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 can be achieved. Each section offers professional development resources for teachers and explores the pedagogy underpinning guided reading, balancing theory and practice. Sue Bodman and Glen Franklin are Reading Recovery national leaders at the European Centre for Reading Recovery based at the Institute of Education, University of London.