3rd Reciprocal Reading resource uploaded by trabzonunal.
This is a Reciprocal Reading resource for KS2 based on the short story (Nails) written by Paul Jennings.
It is a resource that includes 4 weeks of work, all planned and ready to be used from the moment it is printed.
This resource includes:
- The full version of Nails - written by Paul Jennings (less than 5% of a book)
- 4 weeks of pre-reads with activities and reading materials
- 4 weeks of Follow-up activities
- 4 weeks of News article worksheets to be completed after the Follow-up
- Assessment sheets for the teacher to take notes
-a timetable if you wish to use (please assign your own groups into this section)
-ready made questions for the teacher to use after pre-reads.
This resource should save you teachers a considerable amount of time as you will no longer need to photocopy a book or an activity sheet, simple just print this booklet and enjoy four weeks of no planning.
*Please note, the story taken from the book of 'Thirteen unpredictable Tales' simply contain no more than 5% of the book. Therefore, you do not need photocopying licenses.
"No, schools and universities still need to hold photocopying licences. However, where works are not available under licence, a teacher may photocopy extracts from works without worrying about copyright infringement, as long as they copy no more than 5% of the work per annum." (Intellectual Property Office, Exceptions to copyright: Education and Teaching, 2014).