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1 How to keep making progress
Year 2 Reading                                                                                                  How to keep making progress

2 Simple view of reading

3 National Curriculum levels at end of KS1
W Level 1 ( 1c 1b 1a ) Level 2c Level 2b- National average at end of year 2 Level 2a Level 3 ( 20-30% of our children)                            

4 Good word recognition AF1
Phonics sh ch ng oi igh Picture clues Keyword recognition said Whole sentence approach Ted was swimming in the pool.

5 Children are graded using 7 AFs
AF1- decode and read for meaning- good word recognition AF2-finding information AF3- read between the lines. I think this character is sad because… AF4 –structure- How is the text organised and why? ( non fiction is good for this one) AF5 Language- interesting word choices can they talk about adjectives… big, old,tired. AF6 Purpose- What is the purpose of the text- to inform, to entertain to scare…. AF7 The text and the world – how does the book fit into the wider world- stories from other countries, stories from other cultures and stories from and about the past.                                        

6 How will my child’s reading be developed?
In school Continue the teaching of phonics through the phases 2- 6 Tricky word recognition- word of the week Daily shared reading of a class text in Literacy ( all AF s taught over a term) Weekly guided reading session in a small group with an unseen text ( all AF s taught in detail) Follow up work and return to text time. Home reader read to an adult once a week and time to question and talk about book on a one to one Time to read independently and share books/ magazines in the book corner Word games and puzzles played                    

7 How will my child’s reading be developed ?
At home Listening to my child read their home reader and asking them questions about what they have read and talking about the book. Reading stories to my child that they could not read to themselves but will enjoy listening to( Most Y2 children love Harry Potter but very few could read it independently) Share the books you loved with them! Reading REAL books – join the library. Barton has a fabulous library with really helpful staff. Make reading part of every day life- it’s not just about reading the scheme books from school. They will learn just as much by reading their favourite magazines, their match attax collection, the menu in the restaurant or take away or even the TV guide.                                       

8 And Finally…. Here’s your chance to check things out. Guided reading
Home readers Formal SAT’s test- level 1books level 2 books/texts and written tests level 3 texts and written tests. Please come and ask today, or at any point over this year if you need to know anything. Thank you

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