Big Writing

Big Writing

Year Year 1 1 Curriculum Curriculum Evening Evening Reading Reading for for Meaning Meaning Miss Westgate 16.11.16 Our objectives for this evening A brief introduction of our End of Year

Expectations. What we are looking for when children read in Year 1. To have a go at some fun activities/ideas that you can then support your child with at home. End of Year Expectations The EoYE in Year 1 cover Reading, Writing and Maths. All of the EoYE are available on the Grimsdyke School website. As the name suggests, we dont expect all the children to meet these Expectations until July 2017!!

However, there will be some children who meet the EoYE before then and we further challenge these children through questioning, comprehension and application. End of Year Expectations Secure at Phase 5 phonics Responds speedily with the correct sound to graphemes for all phonemes

Reads accurately by blending sounds in unfamiliar words Read common suffixes and complex multi-syllable words Read words with contractions (e.g. Im, Ill, well) and understand that the apostrophe represents the missing letter Relate reading to own experiences

Re-read and correct if reading does not make sense Recognise and join in with predictable phrases from the text Retell familiar stories and traditional tales, with considerable accuracy Make predictions and inferences on the basis of what has been read, said and done by different characters

Reads with pace and expression (i.e. resting at full stops and pausing at commas) Demonstrate a clear understanding of what is being read to them by answering direct questions Although many of the children know the above Expectations, they dont always apply this knowledge in their work! Tonight . Reading Comprehension skills, or Making meaning from texts in order to do this children need to Re-read and correct if reading does not make sense Make predictions and inferences on the basis of what has been read, said and done by different characters Demonstrate a clear understanding of what is being read to them by

answering direct questions How can I help my child to Make meaning from Text? Check they are understanding the text. Are they engaging with the text? By critically evaluating the text. Look for clues on the page together and help them link it to their prior knowledge. What we are looking for when children read in Year 1. Most children will have begun working at phase 5 of Letters and Sounds. Within this phase they will learn different letters or

groups of letters that represent a sound (grapheme) and how to blend these sounds to form words. Children who are blending sounds in words they are unsure of should be encouraged to back up and re-read the whole sentence to enable them to be able to make sense of the sentence. Children may be encouraged to make predictions on whether the text is fiction, non-fiction or poetry. On what the book may be about, characters actions or how it may end. Activity Sleepy Tom was late for school again. What do we know about the person in this sentence?

Why was he sleepy? How do we know that he is often late for school? Now its your turn to generate your own literal and inferential questions (ones where you have to use your own thoughts as well as using the text!) Read the following passage and with a partner write some questions on your white boards. Debbie went out for the afternoon with her friend Michael. It was a warm day so they bought some ice cream from a stall. Michael had some drink in his bag, which they shared. The orange

juice was very refreshing. Debbie put on her swimming costume, but the water was too cold to paddle in, so they made sandcastles instead. They played all afternoon and didnt notice how late it was. Then Debbie spotted the clock on the pier. If she was late for dinner her parents would be angry. They quickly packed up their things. Debbie changed and wrapped her swimming costume in her towel. She put the bundle in her backpack. Then they set off home, pedalling as fast as they could. Debbie was very tired when she got home, but she was just in time for dinner. Its your turn . On each table you will find an activity

which supports what we have been talking about this evening. Please feel free to move around the activities, completing them at your own pace and level!

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