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Wicked Wording - Wicked Wording: KS2 Reading SAT Practice : Teacher Resources

Author: Keen Kite Books
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 24-01-2019
ISBN: 978-0-00-832542-8
Pages: 80

Regular price RRP £75.00 - In stock special offer Schools' Price: £55.00


Don’t let wickedly worded questions stop your pupils from showing their skills and knowledge. Prepare children for the different styles of questions included in the KS2 Reading SAT with this book containing varied practice in the style of language used and the format of the questions presented.

Prepare children to deal with all kinds of tricky questions in their reading test with this resource. Each unit includes a photocopiable extract of high quality text (fiction, non-fiction or poetry), a photocopiable pupil question page which includes space for answers, a set of model answers with analysis of the language used in the questions and how this indicates the type of responses expected.

Each unit
• enables teaching of either retrieval or inference
• develops vocabulary
• includes questions covering one from summarising, predicting, identifying how content is related, or making comparisons across the text

These questions provide teachers which can focus pupils on the language and visual structures used in the test, thereby building familiarity and confidence. Each unit can be used for targeted instruction or for precision intervention whether that be at whole class, group or individual pupil level.

Written by top literacy consultant Rachel Clarke.

Some included texts:
The Star of Kazan by Eva Ibbotson
The Orchard Book of Greek Myths by Geraldine McCaughrean
The Dark is Rising by Susan Cooper
The Evacuee by Shirley Tomlinson (poem)
The Apple Raid by Vernon Scannell (poem)
Fishbones Dreaming by Matthew Sweeney (poem)
African spider bites banana shopper (Guardian article)
Greatest Ashes Moments by Nick Hunter
Roman Life in Britain by Ciaran Murtagh
100 People Who Made History: Meet the People Who Shaped the Modern World by Ben Gilliland