By Eve Bearne
1. What does improvement in English appear like? -- 2. analyzing -- three. Writing -- four. talking and listening -- five. wisdom approximately language : the technical gains of language -- 6. learn of texts -- 7. The English coordinator's guide
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How do you know? What makes it difficult to read? What makes it easy? Do you prefer to read silently to yourself or aloud to someone? Why is that? Do you read a lot at home? Does anyone read with you/to you? What sort of things do you like to read? What is a recent favourite? Do the people at home read much? What do they read? Why do you think people need to be able to read? Can you remember learning to read? Who/what helped you? 1 Questions about reading Fig. 2 gives some examples of children’s responses to those questions.
4. g. toys) to help them enact reading. This list was compiled by a group of Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers on an inservice course in Cambridgeshire. 4 The range of readers Not only is it now recognised that classroom provision for reading has to take account of a range of readers, it is also clear that reading involves a complex set of processes all happening at the same time in the reader’s head. Once readers have got to grips with the technicalities of reading, there is still a great deal to do to help them become assured and discriminating readers.
Anything to add? Read it a fourth time, considering how the written and pictorial text work together. Jot down any new thoughts. Finally, read it with an eye to what a younger reader might get out of the book as a whole. What conclusions have you come to? 12 Getting the most out of picture books One of the conclusions you may have come to after close scrutiny of a picture book is that there are layers or levels of meaning which can be uncovered the more you read. This multilayered feature of many picture books means not only that they can offer different reading experiences each time we read them but that they may also offer ways into reading for readers of any age.
Making Progress in English by Eve Bearne