Year 5/6 Whole Class Guided Reading Picture Book Starters - Reading with RICQuick View

Year 5/6 Whole Class Guided Reading Picture Book Starters - Reading with RIC

Suitable for KS2 and KS3 - a set of 15 starters featuring a range of picture books including The Day the Crayons Quit, Stick Man, The Lion Inside and The Bear who Stared. All based on the Reading with RIC approach so feature one of each question type - retrieval, inference and authorial choice. A great way to start reading lessons and/or introduce Reading with RIC.
kieron147
Reading with RIC Starters with a WW2 theme.Quick View

Reading with RIC Starters with a WW2 theme.

We use the 'Reading with R.I.C.' whole class approach to reading, introduced by @MrsPTeach, and during a recent history unit on WW2 I used these starters at the beginning of each session to aid discussion. I hope you find them useful. Please leave feedback and I will endeavour to upload more resources soon. Alison
redhairedteacher
RICS Set A (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)Quick View

RICS Set A (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)

-27 slides for the whole-class teaching of reading and comprehension -every slide contains an extract / image / poem etc -every slide contains a Retrieval, Interpret and Author’s Choice question -every slide contains a mastery option for quick finishers -these slides were made to link with the style of teaching shared by the Mrs P Blog Reading / Observation materials including: -poetry -story extracts -infographics -fact text extracts -photographs -book covers -book illustrations -comic book front covers
jessgoldsmith5
Reading with RIC visual literacy (whole class Guided Reading starter activity) - Toy StoryQuick View

Reading with RIC visual literacy (whole class Guided Reading starter activity) - Toy Story

Reading with RIC is a visual literacy resource, used as a whole class Guided Reading starter activity. The stimulus is always something different; it can be a song, poem, video, photo, advert. In this case it's a clip from Toy Story Sometimes they require children to read, sometimes they don't. They always contain a RETRIEVE, INTERPRET and CHOICE question. There is one powerpoint here, suitable for Year 5 or 6. To access the link to the clip on which the questions are based you will need to start the powerpoint presentation and then click on the blue title on the first slide as the clips are hyperlinked in. Please note you will need internet access to watch the clips and as some are on You Tube to check that this is not blocked in your school. I've tried to make the clips on a variety of themes to engage all in the class. We spend a few minutes going over the answers as a class, with pupils getting the chance to add to their answers with other people's ideas, using KAGAN structures. This means children get the chance to access high-quality answers and write them down. If you're interested check out my other RIC presentations.
janehiggins
Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 6Quick View

Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 6

As a school we have adopted the whole class teaching of reading advocated by Jo Payne (mrspteach.com) and I have designed a record sheet for each year group which can be stuck on the inside cover of the children's reading journals. We use these sheets to monitor individual progress and we record the child's reading age termly using the PiRA reading assessments. The baseline boxes on the left of the sheet are colour coded (red/yellow/green) at the beginning of the academic year to indicate what skills the child is more/less confident with.
redhairedteacher
Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 3Quick View

Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 3

As a school we have adopted the whole class teaching of reading advocated by Jo Payne (mrspteach.com) and I have designed a record sheet for each year group which can be stuck on the inside cover of the children's reading journals. We use these sheets to monitor individual progress and we record the child's reading age termly using the PiRA reading assessments. The baseline boxes on the left of the sheet are colour coded (red/yellow/green) at the beginning of the academic year to indicate what skills the child is more/less confident with.
redhairedteacher
RICS Set B (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)Quick View

RICS Set B (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)

-27 slides for the whole-class teaching of reading and comprehension -every slide contains an extract / image / poem etc -every slide contains a Retrieval, Interpret and Author’s Choice question -every slide contains a mastery option for quick finishers -these slides were made to link with the style of teaching shared by the Mrs P Blog Reading / Observation materials including: -poetry -story extracts -infographics -fact text extracts -photographs -book covers
jessgoldsmith5
Collection of 8 RIC reading sessions with a variety of stimuliQuick View

Collection of 8 RIC reading sessions with a variety of stimuli

A collection of 8 RIC reading activities designed for use with the whole class, but could be used with a group. Each slide uses a different stimulus, including photograph, illustration, poster, song, video, and includes questions for each of the elements of RIC; retrieve/interpret/choice. Intended to be thought-provoking and to stimulate discussion, facilitated by the teacher. For KS2 but could also be used with lower KS3. Includes questions based around two Pixar short films, a page from the Mysteries of Harris Burdick (Chris van Allsburg), a poster on Internet safety, a photograph on flooding in San Jose, Something Inside So Strong by Labi Siffre, Please Mrs Butler poem by Allan Ahlberg, and a thought-provoking Facebook illustration by Pawel Kuczynski. I hope you find these RIC resources both enjoyable and time-saving. If so, please spare a few seconds to leave me a positive review. Thank you!
lyndacatherine
Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 5Quick View

Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 5

As a school we have adopted the whole class teaching of reading advocated by Jo Payne (mrspteach.com) and I have designed a record sheet for each year group which can be stuck on the inside cover of the children's reading journals. We use these sheets to monitor individual progress and we record the child's reading age termly using the PiRA reading assessments. The baseline boxes on the left of the sheet are colour coded (red/yellow/green) at the beginning of the academic year to indicate what skills the child is more/less confident with.
redhairedteacher
Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 2Quick View

Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 2

As a school we have adopted the whole class teaching of reading advocated by Jo Payne (mrspteach.com) and I have designed a record sheet for each year group which can be stuck on the inside cover of the children's reading journals. We use these sheets to monitor individual progress and we record the child's reading age termly using the PiRA reading assessments. The baseline boxes on the left of the sheet are colour coded (red/yellow/green) at the beginning of the academic year to indicate what skills the child is more/less confident with.
redhairedteacher
Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 4Quick View

Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 4

As a school we have adopted the whole class teaching of reading advocated by Jo Payne (mrspteach.com) and I have designed a record sheet for each year group which can be stuck on the inside cover of the children's reading journals. We use these sheets to monitor individual progress and we record the child's reading age termly using the PiRA reading assessments. The baseline boxes on the left of the sheet are colour coded (red/yellow/green) at the beginning of the academic year to indicate what skills the child is more/less confident with.
redhairedteacher
Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 1Quick View

Reading with R.I.C. Journal Inserts for year 1

As a school we have adopted the whole class teaching of reading advocated by Jo Payne (mrspteach.com) and I have designed a record sheet for each year group which can be stuck on the inside cover of the children's reading journals. We use these sheets to monitor individual progress and we record the child's reading age termly using the PiRA reading assessments. The baseline boxes on the left of the sheet are colour coded (red/yellow/green) at the beginning of the academic year to indicate what skills the child is more/less confident with.
redhairedteacher
RICS Set C (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)Quick View

RICS Set C (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)

-27 slides for the whole-class teaching of reading and comprehension -every slide contains an extract / image / poem etc -every slide contains a Retrieval, Interpret and Author’s Choice question -every slide contains a mastery option for quick finishers -these slides were made to link with the style of teaching shared by the Mrs P Blog Reading / Observation materials including: -poetry -story extracts -infographics -fact text extracts -photographs -book covers -book illustrations -comic book front covers
jessgoldsmith5
Set of 5 RIC whole class reading sessions, stimuli include Jumanji PPT, info poster, poem, videos.Quick View

Set of 5 RIC whole class reading sessions, stimuli include Jumanji PPT, info poster, poem, videos.

This is a set of 5 stimuli and questions to be used for whole class reading sessions. We use RIC - ie retrieve, interpret and choice, so the questions include a range of these different styles. Different stimuli include an information poster, the complete adventure story of Jumanji on PPT, two short animated stories on YouTube and a poem by Pie Corbett. Can be used throughout KS2; sessions would last approx 30 mins. If you like this resource, please take a moment to give it a 5-star rating. Thank you!
lyndacatherine
RICS Set D (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)Quick View

RICS Set D (Reading Comprehension, Mrs P Blog)

-27 slides for the whole-class teaching of reading and comprehension -every slide contains an extract / image / poem etc -every slide contains a Retrieval, Interpret and Author’s Choice question -every slide contains a mastery option for quick finishers -these slides were made to link with the style of teaching shared by the Mrs P Blog Reading / Observation materials including: -poetry -story extracts -infographics -fact text extracts -photographs -book covers -book illustrations -comic book front covers
jessgoldsmith5