Read On - Teacher Guide Supplement: (Download edition)

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Help your struggling KS3 readers secure Level 4. This downloadable Teacher Guide supports all the 2014 titles in the Read On series, and supplements the 2012 Read On Teacher Guide.

Motivate reluctant readers aged 11–14 to read for pleasure with the gripping stories and fascinating non-fiction in the Collins Read On series. With an exciting range of titles for each sub-level of Level 3 and Level 4, you can offer students the right level of challenge to steadily increase their reading stamina, accuracy and fluency, and develop the comprehension and inference skills they need to secure Level 4.

The Collins Read On Teacher Guide Supplement provides all you need to support and assess progress in reading with coverage of the 12 new Read On titles:

Level 3c–3b title: Cyber Shock
Level 3b–3a titles: Football Fanatic, Being Rooney, Extreme Survival
Level 3a–4c titles: Hole in the Road, Kiss of Death, On the Run, Invasion, The Body in the Car Park
Level 4c–4a titles: The Trouble with Jack, The Return of Frankie Stine, Copycat.

  • Feel confident about supporting struggling readers with a user-friendly introduction to phonics and the simple view of reading, as well as tried-and-tested guided reading strategies.
  • Assess progress: gauge students’ initial reading levels using the diagnostic tests, and track progress against the learning targets for each title using the assessment sheets provided.
  • Save time on planning with three detailed session plans for each book, offering pre-reading activities, advice on tackling difficult words, and activities to build students’ comprehension and inference skills. All fully editable using the Word files included.
  • Build a longer unit of work around each title using the suggested follow-up tasks including further reading, writing activities, and links to relevant media and film clips.

RRP: £50.00

ISBN

978-0-00-754626-8

Publication Date

25-02-2014

Format

ebook

Pages

128 pages

Author

Natalie Packer, Series edited by Natalie Packer

Natalie Packer is an educational consultant who has worked as a Senior Adviser for the National Strategies, supporting the implementation of the Achievement for All project to improve outcomes for students with SEN, and as a Local Authority Adviser for Special Educational Needs and School Improvement. She has developed and delivered national training on a wide range of issues, including SEN, teaching and learning, and involving parents in education. She has primary headship experience and was a SENCO for a number of years.

Product Description

Help your struggling KS3 readers secure Level 4. This downloadable Teacher Guide supports all the 2014 titles in the Read On series, and supplements the 2012 Read On Teacher Guide.

Motivate reluctant readers aged 11–14 to read for pleasure with the gripping stories and fascinating non-fiction in the Collins Read On series. With an exciting range of titles for each sub-level of Level 3 and Level 4, you can offer students the right level of challenge to steadily increase their reading stamina, accuracy and fluency, and develop the comprehension and inference skills they need to secure Level 4.

The Collins Read On Teacher Guide Supplement provides all you need to support and assess progress in reading with coverage of the 12 new Read On titles:

Level 3c–3b title: Cyber Shock
Level 3b–3a titles: Football Fanatic, Being Rooney, Extreme Survival
Level 3a–4c titles: Hole in the Road, Kiss of Death, On the Run, Invasion, The Body in the Car Park
Level 4c–4a titles: The Trouble with Jack, The Return of Frankie Stine, Copycat.

  • Feel confident about supporting struggling readers with a user-friendly introduction to phonics and the simple view of reading, as well as tried-and-tested guided reading strategies.
  • Assess progress: gauge students’ initial reading levels using the diagnostic tests, and track progress against the learning targets for each title using the assessment sheets provided.
  • Save time on planning with three detailed session plans for each book, offering pre-reading activities, advice on tackling difficult words, and activities to build students’ comprehension and inference skills. All fully editable using the Word files included.
  • Build a longer unit of work around each title using the suggested follow-up tasks including further reading, writing activities, and links to relevant media and film clips.

ISBN

978-0-00-754626-8

Publication Date

25-02-2014

Format

ebook

Pages

128 pages

Product Description

Help your struggling KS3 readers secure Level 4. This downloadable Teacher Guide supports all the 2014 titles in the Read On series, and supplements the 2012 Read On Teacher Guide.

Motivate reluctant readers aged 11–14 to read for pleasure with the gripping stories and fascinating non-fiction in the Collins Read On series. With an exciting range of titles for each sub-level of Level 3 and Level 4, you can offer students the right level of challenge to steadily increase their reading stamina, accuracy and fluency, and develop the comprehension and inference skills they need to secure Level 4.

The Collins Read On Teacher Guide Supplement provides all you need to support and assess progress in reading with coverage of the 12 new Read On titles:

Level 3c–3b title: Cyber Shock
Level 3b–3a titles: Football Fanatic, Being Rooney, Extreme Survival
Level 3a–4c titles: Hole in the Road, Kiss of Death, On the Run, Invasion, The Body in the Car Park
Level 4c–4a titles: The Trouble with Jack, The Return of Frankie Stine, Copycat.

  • Feel confident about supporting struggling readers with a user-friendly introduction to phonics and the simple view of reading, as well as tried-and-tested guided reading strategies.
  • Assess progress: gauge students’ initial reading levels using the diagnostic tests, and track progress against the learning targets for each title using the assessment sheets provided.
  • Save time on planning with three detailed session plans for each book, offering pre-reading activities, advice on tackling difficult words, and activities to build students’ comprehension and inference skills. All fully editable using the Word files included.
  • Build a longer unit of work around each title using the suggested follow-up tasks including further reading, writing activities, and links to relevant media and film clips.

Author

Natalie Packer, Series edited by Natalie Packer

Natalie Packer is an educational consultant who has worked as a Senior Adviser for the National Strategies, supporting the implementation of the Achievement for All project to improve outcomes for students with SEN, and as a Local Authority Adviser for Special Educational Needs and School Improvement. She has developed and delivered national training on a wide range of issues, including SEN, teaching and learning, and involving parents in education. She has primary headship experience and was a SENCO for a number of years.