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Cosmic - Whole class guided reading

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This resource is intended to be used to help teach the skills of the KS2 National Curriculum for Reading, by domain. Included: • Comprehension questions for the first twelve chapters of the book. • A teaching PowerPoint with an introduction to the author, their other works and copies of the questions. This resource works best if the chapter is read, talked about and discussed in one day, then comprehension questions are given the day after. This resource has been used with both Year Five and Year Six classes to great effect and has boosted their reading skills and their comprehension scores.
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Treason - Whole class guided reading

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This resource is intended to be used to help teach the skills of the KS2 National Curriculum for Reading, by domain. Included: • Comprehension questions for the first fourteen chapters of the book. • A teaching PowerPoint with an introduction to the author, their other works and copies of the questions. This resource works best if the chapter is read, talked about and discussed in one day, then comprehension questions are given the day after. This resource has been used with both Year Five and Year Six classes to great effect and has boosted their reading skills and their comprehension scores.
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Guided Reading Activities Year 1

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independent reading activities. Back to school essential. A large selection of guided reading activities to save you time and stress! These reading activities are designed for children to be able to complete independently, as part of a guided reading carousel or even as homework. I have put together over 80 pages of activities that children can do independently whilst still improving their reading skills and their understanding of books and stories. There is a variety of activities starting with very simple phonics activities for lower abilities. The activities get more advanced for use throughout the school year. Some of the activities are also linked to the year 1 curriculum eg the lifecycle of a sunflower, seasons and keeping healthy. All aspects of the year 1 reading National Curriculum covered. Also perfect for lower ability children in year 2 and up.
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Guided Reading: Ottoline & the Yellow Cat

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Ottoline and the Yellow Cat Guided Reading Packet – Comprehension, inference, summary, questioning, author’s intention, and prediction. This download includes a massive Guided Reading mega-booklet with a term’s worth of independent activities suitable for Key Stage 2 children. Children will make predictions for the text based on a front cover and blurb, ask questions to improve knowledge of character, summarise to write their own blurb, compare to other texts… I could go on!! Everything you need to deliver the objectives above is included. This download includes: 12-page PDF document of the guided reading packet (inc. title & quote answer page) 12-page editable .docx Word document version of the guided reading booklet I hope this resource helps you to save time and save stress. Thank you and happy teaching! Miss Austin
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The Flower by John Light Guided Reading

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This is for using the strategy for whole class guided reading, explained here: https://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/2017/11/10/guided-reading/ This is to go alongside the book The Flower by John Light. The book has a list of vocabulary with an attached powerpoint; a section retell; guided reading questions and answers and two extension activities. It was aimed at my higher Year 2 children. It covers the following National Curriculum learning objectives: -develop pleasure in reading, motivation to read, vocabulary and understanding by: listening to, discussing and expressing views about a wide range of contemporary and classic poetry, stories and non-fiction at a level beyond that at which they can read independently -becoming increasingly familiar with and retelling a wider range of stories, fairy stories and traditional tales -drawing on what they already know or on background information and vocabulary provided by the teacher -making inferences on the basis of what is being said and done -answering and asking questions -predicting what might happen on the basis of what has been read so far -using dictionaries to check the meaning of words that they have read -checking that the text makes sense to them, discussing their understanding, and explaining the meaning of words in context
Cosmic. Guided reading questions SATs styleQuick View
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Cosmic. Guided reading questions SATs style

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Guided reading questions for Cosmic by Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Questions focus on vocabulary, retrieval, inference,author intent, author technique and giving explanations for answers using evidence from the text. Many questions written in KS2 sats reading style. Questions are labelled in red to show skill required e.g V = vocabulary, E = explain etc. Very useful for record keeping and analysing which skills children need more work on. As the chapters in the book are short (and we were aiming to build some reading stamina) questions are set across 2 or 3 chapters at a time. There are 6 or 7 questions in each section - 110 questions in total. Successfully used in Year 6 - children read chapters at home and completed questions in group work. Would be suitable for Year 5 and possibly Year 4 able readers too.
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Pig Heart Boy - Whole class guided Reading

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This resource is intended to be used to help teach the skills of the KS2 National Curriculum for Reading, by domain. Domains 2b and 2d are weighted more in these comprehensions to match the weighting of the end of KS2 Reading Comprehension assessment. Included: • SATs style comprehension questions for the first sixteen chapters of the novel. • A teaching PowerPoint with an introduction to the author, their other works and copies of the questions. Please view the sample pages for an idea of the questions and expectations. This resource works best if the chapter is read, talked about and discussed in one day, then comprehension questions are given the day after. This resource has been used with both Year Five and Year Six classes to great effect and has boosted their reading skills and their comprehension scores. Please let me know if you found this resource useful. It should save you hours and hours of time.
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Inference Picture and Task Cards - Guided Reading

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Differentiated task cards x 32 - Pictures. 16 Cards with higher level inference questions 16 cards with lower level inference questions Enables children to make inferences based on pictures. This is engaging practice for your students. Perfect for mini-lessons, whole class instruction, cooperative learning, intervention. Differentiated task cards x 32. - Text 16 Cards with higher level inference questions 16 cards with lower level inference questions Enables children to make inferences based on Text. This is engaging practice for your students. Perfect for mini-lessons, whole class instruction, cooperative learning, intervention. Please check my other Inference task cards as well as other Task cards. Please check my other Inference task cards as well as other Task cards.
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Beowulf Guided Reading Michael Morpurgo

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(‘Outstanding’ lessons) This resource includes: Suggested Reading and Writing Medium Term Plan for the entire book. Full whole class guided reading lessons for Chapter 1 of Beowulf. 30 slides explaining new vocabulary 5 multiple choice questions per lesson comprehension questions suitable for KS2 for each lesson How to use this resource: Introduce the new vocabulary by reading the slide. Check understanding by asking children to select the picture that best represent that word. There may be more than one right answer. Children then identify the word that isn’t a synonym. Read through the text. Answers to the comprehension questions at the end are boxed so ensure these vocabulary or phrases are explained. After reading the text, children complete the quickfire multiple choice questions. Children complete the comprehension questions independently.
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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Beowulf

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Guided Reading: Year 4 - Beowulf (6 Weeks of SMART Notebook Slides and Activities) This guided reading teaching resource uses three differentiated texts of Beowulf to teach in an easy to follow way. Students are guided through reading comprehension that uses questions from different strands of reading comprehension. Group A is the higher ability children leading through to group E. Mondays lessons requires group E to follow the Scholastic reading comprehension Year 4 (ISBN-10: 1407100521 / ISBN-13: 978-1407100524) programme of work to help develop individual skills. This is easy to change if you chose not to follow this programme Books you will need are: Higher Ability - Michael Morpurgo - Beowulf (ISBN-10: 1406348872 / ISBN-13: 978-1406348873) Middle Ability - Oxford Reading Tree TreeTops Myths and Legends: Level 15: Beowulf, Grendel And The Dragon (ISBN-10: 0198446349 / ISBN-13: 9780198446347) Lower Ability - Beowulf (Young Reading (Series 3) (ISBN-10: 0746096860 / ISBN-13: 978-0746096864) If you use this unit of work, please remember to rate and leave a comment. Thank you.
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"Wonder" Guided Reading Questions KS2

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Guided reading questions for every Chapter of Wonder by R.J. Palacio. Questions written in KS2 SATs style. Each question is tagged as V I P E R S to show the skill required (Vocabulary, Inference, Predict, Explain/Evaluate, Retrieval, Summarise). There are 5 or 6 questions per Chapter. Ideal for Year 5 and 6 and as SATs preparation. Could also be used Year 7.
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Guided Reading - Stories of Survival

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Apollo 13 Plane crash in the Andes Mine rescue in Chile Castaway This collection of four guided reading activities, aimed at children aged 10-13 years old, tests children’s inference and deduction skills. It will also promote lively and engaging classroom discussion as children explore these remarkable stories for themselves. Each activity has questions and answers, with an indication of how many marks are on offer at the end of each question. This is particularly helpful for children preparing for reading tests and exams, encouraging them to give fuller answers where required.
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Flotsam guided reading activities

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These activities are suited to KS2 for guided reading sessions or for use in English lessons to show response to the text. 4 different worksheets with boxes for ‘wonder’, ‘observe’ and ‘infer’ (the 4 images are different ones from the book) Wonder- Children write questions that come to mind when they look at the image Observe - What can they see - be specific, expand your ideas, explain clearly Infer- Children make inferences using clues from the image 1 worksheet comparing an image of a child from the past with the boy in the story. Encouraging children’s use of inference and also to encourage them to explore the differences between the characters. I will be uploading planning and resources for my entire Flotsam unit shortly. Check out my other resources.
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Guided Reading: The Iron Man

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I’m the English Coordinator at a small school and I took on the task last year of developing a guided reading programme for KS2 as I noticed this was missing from the school. I have included: -the recording sheet I use (not entirely mine as I found this somewhere and made some changes) -a sheet of individual pupil questions that they glue into their Reading Response journals after reading a chapter with the teacher (again not entirely mine as I found some questions here and there). It will save lots of paper as I got 8 sets of questions per page. I am sharing this guided reading resource with you in the hopes that it will save you some bit of time and enhance your guided reading lesson. I know I lose countless hours looking up resources, creating resources and copying resources myself, so if this helps you in any way, then I count that as a small victory for our educating community.
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Guided Reading: The Butterfly Lion

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I’m the English Coordinator at a small little school and I took on the task last year of developing a guided reading programme for KS2 as I noticed this was missing from the school. I have included: -the recording sheet I use with tricky vocabulary highlighted. -a sheet of individual pupil questions that they glue into their Reading Response journals after reading a chapter with the teacher. It will save lots of paper as I got 8 sets of questions per page. I am sharing this guided reading resource with you in the hopes that it will save you some bit of time and enhance your guided reading lesson. I know I lose countless hours looking up resources, creating resources and copying resources myself, so if this helps you in any way, then I count that as a small victory for our educating community. About this resource: I created this for a high ability guided reading group for Year 4. Please notice the pictures example I added at the end. Other resources available: Guided Reading: Sheep-Pig, Hodgeheg, Diary of a Killer Cat, Billy the Bird, Bill’s New Frock, The Iron Man, James and the Giant Peach Upper KS2 Guided Reading: Reading Assessment Focus tasks linked to Bloom’s Taxonomy, Indian in the Cupboard, Wreck of the Zanzibar, Carrie’s War, Artemis Fowl
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Guided Reading Independent Activities

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A rota and resources for what I use every guided reading time. Split the children into small groups (identified by colour). Activities included: -Noughts and Crosses- pinched off somebody on here- thank you. Children have these printed off and they select their own activity. -Listening Station- Audio cds. -Non-Fiction Text- children select their own non-fiction text and complete the booklet (again needs to be printed off for them each) -Activity Cards- Children pick one of these out of a feely bag at the beginning of each session and complete. -Book Review- Complete sheet provided ( I print off a pack and leave them in a tray for them to help themselves) -Free Reading- children can pick any of the previous activities or just read quietly. They somehow think this is a real treat! Hope this saves somebody their weekend!
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Guided Reading task cards

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A set of tasks for non-fiction and fiction texts that can be used to follow up on a guided reading session or help prepare for the next one. I have these laminated in sets in my folders so I can easily set my groups doing different tasks. Topics also included; non-fiction.