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Activities for Responding to Reading in Year 3

Activities for Responding to Reading in Year 3

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 Activities for Responding to Reading in Year Three 
 
 Written and compiled by the Lancashire Literacy Consultants 
 
 
Year 3 – Teacher’s Notes
 
The activities
are not intended to be issued without prior discussion
 
and preparation
.
 
The activities require a range of reading strategies to complete. Wherever possible, eachactivity has a reference to the Assessment Focus being developed. This will support teachersin covering a range of comprehension strategies and provide
part
of the ongoing evidence forassessing a child’s reading.
 
Many can be used as part of a Guided Reading session and completed with teacher support.
 
Some may be used more than once with different texts.
 
You may decide not to use all of the sheets, and some children may have a different selectionto others.
 
You may choose sheets that support work done in the shared and guided session, or sheetsappropriate to individual children’s personal reading.
 
Some of the activities are designed to be completed over time – such as collecting aspects oflanguage to use in the children’s own writing. These could be enlarged and displayed so that allthe children could contribute.
 
Some activities may need to be differentiated – they are on the Literacy web site and you maydownload them and alter them or use a sheet from a younger age group(www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/nationalstrategy/literacy
 
).
 
If you do not want to use photocopied sheets, these ideas are easily transferred to paper orexercise books. Or why not download the activity and work on screen.
 
Most of the activities provide opportunities for Speaking and Listening about books andreading.
 Year 3 Reading Objectives:Strand Objectives
Identify and make notes of the main points of section(s) of text.Infer characters’ feelings in fiction and consequences in logical explanations.Identify how different texts are organised, including reference texts, magazines andleaflets, on paper and on screen.Use syntax, context and word structure to build their store of vocabulary as theyread for meaning.
7
Explore how different texts appeal to readers using varied sentence structures anddescriptive language.Share and compare reasons for reading preferences, extending the range of booksread.Empathise with characters and debate moral dilemmas portrayed in texts.
8
Identify features that writers use to provoke readers’ reactions.

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