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Reading

 

 

 

YEAR-STAGE 3

READING CHILD SPEAK TARGETS

 

Reading and spelling

S1

I can read most words quickly and accurately.

S2

I can use my knowledge of most words to help me read and understand the meaning of new words.

S3

I know that some words sound different to how they are spelt.

 

Guided Reading

R1

I am beginning to use nonfiction books to find out about things.

R2

I am beginning to retell some fairy tales and traditional stories.

R3

I am beginning to predict events in stories from what I have read.

R4

I am beginning to use evidence from different parts of the text to support my ideas.

R5

I am beginning to justify my ideas with evidence from the book.

R6

I am beginning to discuss words and phrases that interest me.

R7

I am beginning to identify different themes in a wide range of books.

R8

I am beginning to tell what the main ideas of the book are from reading a few paragraphs.

R9

I am beginning to retrieve, record and present information from nonfiction.

R10

I am beginning to understand a character’s thoughts and feelings and use evidence

R11

I understand how texts are structured.

R12

I have a positive attitude towards reading a wide range of books including fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

 

Speaking and Listening

SL1

I can often show you I have understood an increasing wide range of texts I have read.

SL2

I can often use a dictionary to check the meaning of new words.

SL3

I am beginning to retell some fairy tales and traditional stories.

SL4

I am beginning to retell and perform poems and play scripts to read aloud.

SL5

I am beginning to recognise different types of poetry.

SL6

I am beginning to take part in discussions about books; taking turns to listen to one another.

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YEAR-STAGE 4

READING CHILD SPEAK TARGETS

 

Reading and spelling

S1

I can read most words quickly and accurately.

S2

I can check what I am reading makes sense by talking about it.

S3

I can use my knowledge of words to help me read and understand the meaning of new words.

S4

I know that words sound different to how they are spelt.

S5

I can use grammar terms to explain the impact of word choice by an author

S6

I can use strategies to help me select books that I might like

S7

I can securely spell the commonly mis-spelt words from the Y3/4 word list with a few exceptions.

 

Guided Reading

R1

I can use nonfiction books to find out about things.

R2

I can retell some fairy tales and traditional stories.

R3

I can predict events in stories from what I have read.

R4

I can use evidence from different parts of the text to support my ideas.

R5

I can justify my ideas with evidence from the book.

R6

I can discuss words and phrases that interest me.

R7

I can identify different themes in a wide range of books.

R8

I can tell what the main ideas of the book are from reading a few paragraphs.

R9

I can retrieve, record and present information from nonfiction.

R10

I can understand a character’s thoughts and feelings and use evidence from the text.

 

Speaking and Listening

SL1

I can show you I have understood an increasing wide range of texts I have read.

SL2

I can use a dictionary to check the meaning of new words.

SL3

I can retell some fairy tales and traditional stories.

SL4

I can retell and perform poems and play scripts to read aloud.

SL5

I can participate in a discussion about books; taking turns to listen to one another.

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YEAR-STAGE 5

READING CHILD SPEAK TARGETS

 

Reading and spelling

S1

I am beginning to use the words and word parts that I can read and understand already to think about what new words mean and sound like.

S2

I can work out how to read unfamiliar words using a range of strategies.

S3

I can read to help my learning in other subjects.

 

Guided Reading

R1

I am beginning to present or debate on topics I have read about, using notes if needed.

R3

I can often retrieve, record and present information from nonfiction.

R6

I can summarise sections of texts by understanding what the main information is and what extra information has also been included.

R10

I can often check my understanding of books I have read through discussion and exploring the meaning of words.

R11

I understand the expected grammar terms for years 3, 4 and 5.

R12

I can compare characters and settings in a text using evidence from the text.

R13

I can compare between and across texts based on topics or themes that are the same or different.

R14

I know the features of different types of narrative writing.

R15

I can use an index or glossary to find information in different subjects.

R16

I can recognise themes in a text.

R17

I can choose texts that will help me to find information in my learning.

 

Speaking and Listening

SL2

I can often participate in discussions about books I have read, or those that have been read to me by listening to others' ideas and at times challenging views courteously if they differ from my own.

SL4

I am beginning to recommend books I have read to my friends.

SL5

I am gaining confidence to read aloud and perform poems and plays, and use appropriate intonation, tone and volume to help the audience with their own understanding.

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YEAR-STAGE 6

READING CHILD SPEAK TARGETS

 

Reading and spelling

S1

I can use the words and word parts that I can read and understand already to think about what new words mean and sound like (spelling rules).

S2

I can understand and use the year 6 grammatical terms.

 

Guided Reading

R1

I can present or debate on topics I have read about, using notes if needed.

R2

I am able to justify my views using evidence.

R3

I can retrieve, record and present information from nonfiction.

R5

I can predict what may happen in a story from details given and suggested in the text.

R6

I am able to summarise the main ideas within a text and identify the key themes.

R7

I can draw inferences from a text (including showing an understanding of characters’ feelings/thoughts/motives) and justify them with evidence.

R8

I can distinguish between statements of fact and opinion.

R9

I can show how language, structure and presentation all contribute to meaning in texts I read.

R10

I can check my understanding of books I have read through discussion and exploring the meaning of words.

R11

I can compare characters and their viewpoints.

R12

I am able to summarise the main ideas across different texts.

 

Speaking and Listening

SL1

I know authors use particular language which will have impact on me, the reader.

SL2

I can participate in discussions about books I have read, or those that have been read to me by listening to others' ideas and at times challenging views courteously if they differ from my own.

SL3

I am becoming familiar with a wide range of books from our own literary heritage and also books from other cultures and traditions.

SL4

I like to recommend books I have read to my friends.

SL5

I am able to read aloud and perform poems and plays, and use appropriate intonation, tone and volume to help the audience with their own understanding.

SL6

I am able to recite poems by heart.

 

Bold = KPI

Not bold and Italics = OPI

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