Develop Brilliant Reading: KS3 Teacher Pack

Paperback

One photocopiable and editable teacher pack to assess reading progress and improve reading skills in KS3 English and help close gaps to aid reading recovery.

Finalist of Educational Resources Awards 2023 Secondary Non-ICT

Help every student become a confident reader with this systematic, evidence-based approach to developing reading skills in KS3 English in Years 7, 8 and 9.

· Understand the latest research on reading and literacy to help teach students to develop the skills to become fluent readers

· Model the reading process with a clear reading framework, purposeful reading and carefully designed questions on a range of texts

· Save time with age-appropriate, diverse texts covering modern prose, non-fiction, pre-1914 prose and poetry

· Access everything needed to identify and close precise knowledge gaps with extracts, short assessment tests, mark schemes, literacy skills grid and worksheets addressing key reading skills

· Follow a consistent approach with nine tests, one per term for KS3, plus three supplementary tests for extra practice and flexibility

· Provide targeted support for those furthest behind with further suggested texts and guidance

  • Improve retention of new content from students marking, correcting and reflecting on their own work

· Easy to weave into existing schemes of work with the flexible, customisable and supportive approach and Microsoft and Google compatible files

RRP: £100.00

ISBN

978-0-00-854756-1

Publication Date

12-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

192 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

Chris Curtis

Chris Curtis has been an English teacher for over fourteen years and a head of department for the last five years. As an avid reader and blogger, he is always looking and reflecting on what works for students in the classroom. He is a big believer in finding and sharing practical solutions to difficult problems in the classroom, and the author of How To Teach: English and The Art of Writing English Literature Essays: for GCSE.

Product Description

One photocopiable and editable teacher pack to assess reading progress and improve reading skills in KS3 English and help close gaps to aid reading recovery.

Finalist of Educational Resources Awards 2023 Secondary Non-ICT

Help every student become a confident reader with this systematic, evidence-based approach to developing reading skills in KS3 English in Years 7, 8 and 9.

· Understand the latest research on reading and literacy to help teach students to develop the skills to become fluent readers

· Model the reading process with a clear reading framework, purposeful reading and carefully designed questions on a range of texts

· Save time with age-appropriate, diverse texts covering modern prose, non-fiction, pre-1914 prose and poetry

· Access everything needed to identify and close precise knowledge gaps with extracts, short assessment tests, mark schemes, literacy skills grid and worksheets addressing key reading skills

· Follow a consistent approach with nine tests, one per term for KS3, plus three supplementary tests for extra practice and flexibility

· Provide targeted support for those furthest behind with further suggested texts and guidance

  • Improve retention of new content from students marking, correcting and reflecting on their own work

· Easy to weave into existing schemes of work with the flexible, customisable and supportive approach and Microsoft and Google compatible files

ISBN

978-0-00-854756-1

Publication Date

12-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

192 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

One photocopiable and editable teacher pack to assess reading progress and improve reading skills in KS3 English and help close gaps to aid reading recovery.

Finalist of Educational Resources Awards 2023 Secondary Non-ICT

Help every student become a confident reader with this systematic, evidence-based approach to developing reading skills in KS3 English in Years 7, 8 and 9.

· Understand the latest research on reading and literacy to help teach students to develop the skills to become fluent readers

· Model the reading process with a clear reading framework, purposeful reading and carefully designed questions on a range of texts

· Save time with age-appropriate, diverse texts covering modern prose, non-fiction, pre-1914 prose and poetry

· Access everything needed to identify and close precise knowledge gaps with extracts, short assessment tests, mark schemes, literacy skills grid and worksheets addressing key reading skills

· Follow a consistent approach with nine tests, one per term for KS3, plus three supplementary tests for extra practice and flexibility

· Provide targeted support for those furthest behind with further suggested texts and guidance

  • Improve retention of new content from students marking, correcting and reflecting on their own work

· Easy to weave into existing schemes of work with the flexible, customisable and supportive approach and Microsoft and Google compatible files

Author

Chris Curtis

Chris Curtis has been an English teacher for over fourteen years and a head of department for the last five years. As an avid reader and blogger, he is always looking and reflecting on what works for students in the classroom. He is a big believer in finding and sharing practical solutions to difficult problems in the classroom, and the author of How To Teach: English and The Art of Writing English Literature Essays: for GCSE.