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Wallacestone PS - Reading Comprehension in Primary 5, 6 and 7

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What reading comprehension looks like in Primary 5, 6 and 7

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Wallacestone PS - Reading Comprehension in Primary 5, 6 and 7

  1. 1. Reading at Second Level at Wallacestone PrimarySchool
  2. 2. Relevance of methods to modern life Memories of reading inP5/6/7? • Focus on fluency • Did you ever get shown how to make sense of the text? • Did you ever get asked your opinion of the text?
  3. 3. Do we need a different skillset in 2015? • Engage with and create a broad range of texts, including Scottish and Scots texts • Find and use information • Develop criticalliteracy skills,evaluatingsources • Use metacognitive reading strategies to understand, analyse and evaluate texts • Develop and use higher-order thinkingskills. • Create texts of increasing complexity using more sophisticated language • Takingreading into writing…
  4. 4. Too much information! Teaching readinghasmoved beyondjust teaching thetechnical skills ofreading.Wemust help ourchildren makesense, processandevaluatethe array ofinformationsourcestheyareexposedto.
  5. 5. Buildinglearner’s understandingof metacognitive readingstrategies Opportunitiesto become independent with texts andpractise applyingthe strategies Experience ofa variety of texts: Novels, extracts oftext, movingimage “texts”, What you’llsee in classrooms Writing linkedto reading Critical literacy evaluatingtexts, lookingforbias, thinkingabout reliability of source
  6. 6. Six Reading Strategies Priorknowledge Metalinguistics Visualisation Inference Main ideas Summarising/ Paraphrasing
  7. 7. What are metacognitivestrategies?
  8. 8. metacognition “learningabout learning” “thinkingabout thinking”
  9. 9. Modelling the use of the strategies
  10. 10. Baboon on the Moon
  11. 11. Baboon on the Moon
  12. 12. Inference– Baboon on the Moon • Why does the baboon live on the moon? • Where is hefrom on earth? • Howdoes hefeel? • Who would have sent him to moon? • Could hesent by NASA to earth? • I think heis lonely becausehe is playing a sad song and he is looking at the earth. • Possible clues –duvet cover, arton wall, music I think….. because What MIGHTbe going on? Creating questions without necessarilyhaving the answer already Possible clues
  13. 13. Modelling use of the strategies
  14. 14. Think, discuss, prove it
  15. 15. Then get them applying those skills
  16. 16. Then get them applying those skills
  17. 17. Main ideas Summarising
  18. 18. Applying the strategies to text
  19. 19. Applying the strategies to text
  20. 20. Applying the strategies to text
  21. 21. Prioritising key information
  22. 22. Literacyacrossthe curriculum
  23. 23. Literacyacross the curriculum
  24. 24. Critical Literacy Looking for bias
  25. 25. Critical Literacy
  26. 26. Transferring skills Skimming Scanning
  27. 27. Transferring skills Taking notes
  28. 28. Approaches to learning –P5/P6
  29. 29. Study skills
  30. 30. Transferring skills
  31. 31. Study skills
  32. 32. Study skills
  33. 33. BookDetectives –P5 and P6
  34. 34. Applying the strategies Priorknowledge Metalinguistics Visualisation Inference Main ideas Summarising
  35. 35. Approaches to learning –P5/P6
  36. 36. BookDetectives
  37. 37. Current affairs
  38. 38. Current affairs
  39. 39. Literacy CAFÉ/ Daily 5
  40. 40. LiteracyCAFÉ/Daily 5
  41. 41. Literacy CAFÉ/ Daily 5
  42. 42. Literacy CAFÉ/ Daily 5
  43. 43. Literacy CAFÉ/ Daily 5
  44. 44. Literacy CAFÉ/ Daily 5
  45. 45. Highschooland beyond
  46. 46. What now?
  47. 47. What now?

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