SATS 2020 - 100 reading questions organised by content domain, created for SATS revision. This is a popular revision tool for the Y6 Reading SATS test! The resource can be used all year round to help prepare pupils for the requirements of the 2020 KS2 test or as a last minute revision tool. Get ready for the 2020 KS2 reading assessments with this SATS Question Generator! Covering all of the reading content domains, you can use this SATS revision resource to practise the different types of questions that might come up in the KS2 SATS paper. Select one of the following modes: - Choose a particular reading content domain to revise - Practise those tricky 3-mark questions where pupils often lose marks - Revise fiction/non-fiction/poetry questions - Random mode, giving you a mixture of all types of questions The SATs revision resource also includes handy hints and tips to help pupils in the test. Perfect for teachers to use as morning work, lesson starters or revision sessions or alternatively for pupils to practise independently at school or at home. Each slide contains a short passage in the style of the reading SATS papers and then a question to answer. This is a must-have resource for Y6 pupils working towards their reading SATS tests! You might also like our similar resource: Y6 SATS Question Generator: SPAG #helpwithsats
Extract from ‘The Girl with the Shark’s Teeth’ with 20 marks’ worth of questions and full answer sheet. Suitable for Y7 and Y8.
Just like the popular Year 2 Maths TAF Book, there is now one for Reading! A page of activities for each reading objective. PDF and Word versions are available for teachers to use as well as cursive and non cursive versions too.
Reading Display, Book Corner Display, Printable Display Pack Make your Reading Area gorgeous with this reading display! Beautifully designed with over 80 different patterned butterflies, a book image, lettering and handy tips sheet, this display pack contains everything you need for a quick, effortless display. Simply download, print, cut out and display! Pack contains 21 butterfly PDF printable sheets - each butterfly is approx. 12 cm 4 lettering PDF printable sheets - letters approx 9 cm tall 1 book image PDF printable sheet - approx 54 cm wide, designed to print on 2xA4 1 printing and assembling tips sheet
A handy reading resource for classroom teaching or tutoring - **eight passages with comprehension and analysis questions. ** Questions include comprehension and language analysis; some are arranged in a traffic light system to determine challenge. Passages are from KS3-appropriate texts: Of Mice and Men, A Christmas Carol, The Hunger Games, Animal Farm, Sherlock Holmes, etc.
Eye-catching reading display featuring range of classic fiction and non-fiction and various age-ranges. Adaptable to include quotations from staff members or authors.
This Assembly has been used to promote reading among pupils. The PowerPoint uses engaging images as prompts to guide pupils through the benefits and importance of reading, the lessons to be learned from famous novels, while also offering pupils the opportunity to discuss their favourite books. The script for the assembly is easy to follow, with corresponding slides for the PowerPoint labelled for ease. Alternatively, a version of the powerpoint that combines the presentation and script is also included. It is also interactive, allowing for audience participation. This has been used as part of a wider initiative to promote reading throughout the school.
Add these to your classroom to promote reading for pleasure and for children (and staff) to share what they are currently reading! Would create a fantastic display. 7 colours included… blue red green purple pink yellow orange
This 86-page workbook is based on the model answers to my writing workbook (available at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-french-gcse-writing-workbook-and-model-answers-11646300) and contains 3 reading worksheets for every topic in the new AQA French GCSE syllabus plus answers for every task at the end of the document. Ideal for reading practice and assessments in Key Stage 4, revision and independent work for Year 11, or extension work for more able Key Stage 3 students. This can also be used for cover lessons with non-specialists as the tasks are straightforward and there are answers. As well as the Word document, I have included a PDF in case the fonts are not available on certain computers and the formatting therefore doesn't work properly on the Word doc. All questions and answers are my own, based on the new specification GCSE reading papers, and the photos are from royalty-free websites and it is all therefore photocopiable.
This comprehension set based on S.F Said’s Varjak Paw contains questions and answers for every chapter of the book. Questions are split into five main categories linked to the national curriculum reading content domains (as well as inc. questions linked to grammar!). The number and type of questions differs on the size of the chapter. Grammar Explain Retrieve and record Infer Evaluate They types of questions asked are written in the style of those closely resembling what you may find in the end of key stage 2 reading test which will help further their comprehension skills. Similar types of questions may be asked throughout the comprehension set to consolidate understanding. Please note that there is a tendency for answers to be absent from the evaluate section of questions as answers will undoubtedly vary from student to student.
This is a bank of Year 1 report comments for reading writing and maths to use in mid term reports. Differentiated for all abilities.
This resource is perfect for YR2 teachers, it is a set of activity cards which can be used in any KS1 classroom. The cards have the opportunity for children to make links between books (this could be; characters, settings, events in the story, author, writing style and more). The resource encourages children to be independent and chose their own links between the texts - it may be different to peers or the adults. FOR EXAMPLE: Gruffalo and Little Red Riding Hood link because: Both are set in the forest Both have scary hairy creatures in them Both include someone trying to play a trick/joke Both include a character walking through the woods - the list could go on… This activity is open ended and suitable for all learners, the link will always be correct as long as the children are able to explain and give suitable reasons. The books in these sheets are all KS1 suitable books and some which KS1 children will be familiar with. This includes an example card and a guidance for teacher cards. The activity cards would be excellent evidence for the TAF check in Year 2 as well. SEE LINK TO TAF 2018/19: • make links between the book they are reading and other books they have read.
I have created reading running records to gather evidence for working towards Y2, working at the expected standard in Y2 and working at greather depth. The texts include: Owl Babies (WTS) The Gruffalo (WTS) The Smartest Giant in Town (EXS) The Day the Crayons Quit (EXS) The Twits (GDS) The Girl with the Dragon Heart (GDS) For each book there is a running record section with common exception words, multi-syllabic words and words containing suffixes. For each book, there are also reading comprehension questions, covering inference and prediction. These can be used to gather evidence for Y2 moderation. I intend to record the children reading as well as using the running records. I will then stop recording and scribe their responses to the comprehension questions.
I went on an amazing course all to do with helping children with comprehension. I have put together a Power Point presentation with some activities for children to practice inferencing skills. I have taught this lesson to Year 6 pupils and they got a lot out of it. Ideally, you should follow this activity up by looking at a SAT’s based comprehension paper so that children can consolidate what they learnt from these activities.
These reading comprehension packs contain five pages each of engaging, colour-illustrated fiction and non-fiction texts. Each page of text has a corresponding page of questions, specifically designed to encourage your child to retrieve information and also develop their skills of inference. The packs include example answers for marking.
VIPER Iron Man resources -A mixture of resources to go with each chapter -Fun movie comparision worksheet too
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.
A avriety of activties with complementing strategies to support literacy and reading skills
Reading about food and drink
Classroom strategies for dealing with dyslexic pupils and their reading barriers.
A comprehension passage suitable for Grades 6-7