Reading Roles - a way to help children remember the areas of the content domain (KS1 and KS2)

Each of the new cognitive domains for reading has been linked to a well-known career/job/role in order to make each of the areas of the content domain easier to remember for both children and teachers.

Each area has a symbol and is colour-coded so that there are further ways for the children to remember the areas and what they mean.

These could be used to colour-code questions used in class - the symbols could also be assigned to question types so children begin to identify question types.

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Created: Nov 8, 2016

Updated: Apr 19, 2018

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