Explicit Teaching of Reading Comprehension Examples from across the school

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Lisa uses these book marks, rather than sticky notes, during Guided Reading sessions. Students look for interesting facts, vocabulary, and connections to then discuss with the group/ teacher.

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Here is an example of how Tania explicitly teaches reading comprehension strategies through her Guided Reading groups. A clear purpose and explanation is given to students about why they need to learn and practice these strategies to become good readers.

Here are some student products as a result: (click on the image for detail)



PAT- R Retrieving Directly Stated Information

Whilst developing research skills with Year 5/6 students we have unpacked the description for each band in the Retrieving Directly Stated Information strand of the PAT-R and have identified one goal for each student. These goals would be suitable for students from years 3-7 depending on which band matched their Zone of Proximal Development. Refer to the student’s scale score.
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Best Advice Papers – DECD

NAPLAN Writing Results from 2016 to reflect on

Click on the tabs at the top to explore to explore Year 3, Year 5 and Year 7 results

It will be important to prepare students for either a persuasive or narrative text. Exploring the difference between the two in structure and language use will help to prepare students.

Writing Rubrics and Descriptions of National Minimum Standards for Year 3, 5 and 7
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NAPLAN Writing Resources from website: