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<p>Guided Reading</p> <p>Record Booklet Foundation Stage Level 5</p> <p>. 2</p> <p>INTRODUCTION</p> <p>October 2006 Dear Colleague This booklet can be used on its own but the reading objectives at each level can be found in the HIAS publication: Supporting Guided Reading - Starting Points with a sample guided reading session exemplifying each objective. In addition, at the end of the booklet, a range of strategies to develop comprehension are listed. For guidance on how to develop very early reading and strategies, we recommend the publication Reading Recovery by Marie Clay (Heinemann - ISBN 0-435-08764-9).</p> <p>Best wishes Pauline Drew &amp; Dani Wade HIAS English Team</p> <p>NATIONAL EXPECTATIONS The following outlines National Curriculum levels that pupils should be expected to achieve at the end of each year. The planning pace of teaching, lesson content and approaches and strategies used, should enable pupils to achieve national levels.</p> <p>Pupils Working Within National Expectations Year 1 are expected to reach 1A Year 2 are expected to reach 2B Year 3 are expected to reach 2A/3C Year 4 are expected to reach 3B Year 5 are expected to reach 3A/4C Year 6 are expected to reach 4B</p> <p>Pupils Working Above National Expectations Year 1 are expected to reach 2C+ Year 2 are expected to reach 3C Year 3 are expected to reach 3B/A Year 4 are expected to reach 4C Year 5 are expected to reach 4B/A Year 6 are expected to reach 5C</p> <p>3</p> <p>END OF KEY STAGE ONE ASSESSMENT READING To supplement the schools own records, we recommend a combination of the following tools to support the assessment and levelling of reading. The use of these tools (particularly the first four elements) in combination, and at different times of the year, is considered to exemplify good practice. 1. Book Bands Level This continuum is able to show progress within NC levels. The bands also match to Reading Recovery Levels: Band 1 (Pink) -2 (Red) working towards Level 1 Band 3 (Yellow) - 4 (Blue) - 5 (Green) working within Level 1 Band 6 (Orange) working towards Level 2 Band 7 (turquoise) working towards Level 2 Band 8 (purple) - Level 2C Band 9 (Gold) Level 2B Band 10 (White) working toward or within Level 2A/3</p> <p>2. Guided Reading Records 3. Nelson PM Benchmark Kit 2 (or 1) (published by Nelson) A copy of this folder has been given to each school by HIAS (as part of the THREP programme resources). It contains unseen assessment texts matching the Book Band/ Reading Recovery levels. A running record sheet and some simple comprehension are included for each text. 4. Running Record This is a valuable tool to identify what reading strategies/behaviours are being used. An assessment text is available in the PM Benchmark Kit but schools may like to use their own books at regular intervals. 5. QCA Assessment Focus Information (see QCA website)</p> <p>6. Reading Conference (notes made from discussion(s) between the child and teacher) These can provide useful qualitative information about a childrens attitude to reading and their reading preferences, etc. The information can be used to make informed decisions about which type of texts children should be encouraged to read in order to develop their enjoyment of reading, their reading and comprehension skills. 7. Home-school Record / Reading Card Record 8. Reading Age A simple straightforward test (e.g. Salford) can be used to complement the above. It should not be used on its own to indicate a level because it rarely measures comprehension. Even when a child has a matching reading/chronological age this does 4</p> <p>not mean they have reached the NC expectations for reading.</p> <p>5</p> <p>PM Benchmark Kit PM Reading Levels and Reading Ages (use as a guide for levelling) NC LevelFor Guidance Only</p> <p>Foundation Foundation Working towards L1C Working towards L1C Working towards L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Working within L1C Level 1B Level 1B Level 1A Level 1A Level 2C Level 2C Level 2B Level 2B Level 2A Level 2A/3C Level Level Level Level Level Level</p> <p>Reading Recovery Level Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Level 10 Level 11 Level 12 Level 13 Level 14 Level 15 Level 16 Level 17 Level 18 Level 19 Level 20 Level 21 Level 22 Level 23 Level 24 Level 25 Level 26 Level 27 Level 28 Level 29 Level 30</p> <p>Colour Band (Book Bands) Magenta 1 Magenta 2 Red 1 Red 2 Red 3 Yellow1 Yellow 2 Yellow 3 Blue 1 Blue 2 Blue 3 Green 1 Green 2 Green 3 Orange 1 Orange 2 Turquoise 1 Turquoise 2 Purple1 Purple 2 Gold 1 Gold 2 Silver 1 (white) Silver 2 (white) Emerald 1 Emerald 2 Ruby 1 Ruby 2 Sapphire 1 Sapphire 2 Reading Ages for PM Levels 1-14 are in the range of R.A. 5 years 6.5 years. The fine grading of the PM levelling makes it inappropriate to give a specific Reading Age to the individual levels between PM Levels 1-14.</p> <p>R.A. &gt;6.5 R.A. &lt; 7.0 R.A. &gt;7.0 R.A. &lt; 7.5 R.A. &gt;7.5 R.A. &lt; 8.0 R.A. &gt;8.0 R.A. &lt; 8.5 R.A. &gt;8.5 R.A. &lt; 9.0 R.A. 9.0 to 9.5 R.A. 9.5 to 10.0 R.A. 10.0 to 10.5 R.A. 10.5 to 11.0 R.A. 11.0 to 11.5 R.A. 11.5 to 12.0</p> <p>years years years years years years years years years years years years years years years years</p> <p>HIAS note: A quick and useful way of using this grid to establish reading level: The RR levels above match with those in the KS1 Book Bands publication. 1. Complete a quick reading test (e.g. Salford) to establish approximate reading age. 2. Match reading age (right hand column) to equivalent Benchmark reading recovery level. 3. Select the appropriate level unseen Benchmark reading book from PM Benchmark Kit and hear child read and /or take running record (NB quickly establish, before reading the whole book, if the book is too easy or too hard, and swap the book for a higher or lower text to achieve instructional reading level, i.e. 5-10% challenge (1 in 5 words to 1 7</p> <p>in10 words as reading errors).</p> <p>7</p> <p>4. Establish NC level (in conjunction with other information).GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 1 NC Level: Working towards NC level 1 (Pink) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children: Todays date:</p> <p> Title of text: Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): q Can recognise own name q Can hold book correctly q Can recognise front and back cover q Can understand that reading is made from writing q Can understands that print conveys meaning q Can differentiate between text and illustration q Can name some letters (capitals and lower case) q Can talk about stories and use pictures to support q Locate title</p> <p>Open front cover Turn pages appropriately Understanding 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</p> <p>Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?) Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal</p> <p>8</p> <p>GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 2 NC Level: Working towards NC level 1 (Red) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children: Todays date:</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): Locate and recall title Have secure control of one-to-one meaning Use known words to check and confirm reading Start to read more rhythmically or use phrasing while maintaining track of print Repeat words, phrases or sentences to check, confirm or modify own reading Predict from meaning, syntax and print to solve new words q Can recognise familiar words in simple text q Can recognise print structure of a word, individual letters and the space between words q Can say how they feel about stories and poems Other: Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?) Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal</p> <p>9</p> <p>GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 3 NC Level: Working within NC level 1 (Yellow) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children: Todays date:</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): Follow print with eyes only, finger-pointing only at points of difficulty Take more note of punctuation to support the use of grammar and oral language rhythms Cross-check all sources of information more quickly while reading Note familiar words and letter clusters and use these to get to unknown words, e.g. look took Search for information in print to predict, confirm or attempt new words while reading Notice relationships between one text and another Predict in more detail Other:</p> <p>Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?) Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal</p> <p>GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 4 NC Level: Working within NC level 1 (Blue) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Todays date:</p> <p>10</p> <p>Names of children:</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): Move through text attending to meaning, print and sentence structure flexibly Self-correct more rapidly on the run Re-read to enhance phrasing and clarify precise meaning Solve new words using print information along with attention to meaning Use analogy with known vocabulary to solve new words Manage a greater variety of text genre Discuss content of the text in a manner which indicates precise understanding Other:</p> <p>Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?) Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD</p> <p>BOOK BAND LEVEL: 5 NC Level: Working within NC level 1 (Green) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children:</p> <p>Todays date:</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>11</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): q Can read aloud with support q Can make simple deductions with help and prompts from the teacher Read fluently with attention to punctuation Solve new words using print detail while attending to meaning and syntax Track visually additional lines of print without difficulty Manage effectively a growing variety of texts Discuss and interpret character and plot more fully Other: Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity</p> <p>Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal</p> <p>GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 6 NC Level: Working towards NC level 2 (Orange) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children: Todays date:</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): Get started without relying on illustrations Read longer phrases and more complex sentences Attend to a range of punctuation</p> <p>12</p> <p> Cross-check information from meaning, syntax and print on the run Search for and use familiar syllables within words to read longer words Infer meaning from the text Other: Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?) Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal</p> <p>13</p> <p>GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 7 NC Level: Working towards NC level 2(Turquoise) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children: Todays date:</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): Extract meaning from the text while reading with less dependence on illustrations Approach different genres with increasing flexibility Use punctuation and text layout to read with a greater range of expression Sustain reading through longer sentence structures and paragraphs Tackle a higher ratio of more complex words Other: Observations individual / group and points for next session :</p> <p>Some children need more challenge (reorganise groups?)</p> <p>Some children need more reinforcement (reorganise groups?) Follow up: (e.g.) Preparation task for next GR session - home learning activity Remember to fill in homeschool reading card.</p> <p>Reinforcement activity, e.g. picture sequencing, phonic game, listen to CD Retell story to friend Give time for further independent reading in class Make response in Reading Journal</p> <p>GUIDED READING SESSION RECORD BOOK BAND LEVEL: 8 NC Level: Working within NC level 2C (Purple) Reading Recovery Level: Group name: Names of children: Todays date:</p> <p>14</p> <p> Title of text:</p> <p>Main teaching objective(s) for this lesson (tick): Look through a variety of texts with growing independence to predict content, layout and story development Read silently or quietly at a more rapid pace, taking note of punctuation and using it to keep track of longer sentences Solve most unfamiliar words on the run Adapt to fiction, non-fiction or poetic language with growing flexibility Take more conscious account of literacy effe...</p>

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