Children develop their reading skills by reading, reading and reading! The activities in How to be Brilliant at Reading are designed to develop fluency, accuracy, confidence and interest. Daily reading is crucial to the development of interest and good skills. The strategies to be found in this book are proven ways of giving children ownership of, and responsibility for their own reading development. The 40 photocopiable worksheets include: setting up a reading programme; building a bookworm; responding to poems; comparing and contrasting reference books; retelling a story; learning to scan; reading diagrams and instructions; learning the Dewey system; getting to know a library.... Mon Tues Thurs Fri Sat Sun fiction book poem comic short story letter reference book topic material newpaper article ... something introduction on video game TV listings labels in shops noflces competitions or interesting pieces on cereal ... lrene Yates This page may be photocopied How to be Brilliant at Reading Show plenty of interest in reading at school. Maybe you. for use in the classroom only. 13.
|Title||:||How to Be Brilliant at Reading|
|Publisher||:||Brilliant Publications - 1995|