primary school reading levels

primary school reading levels

St Anne’s Book Bands and expectations 2020
where you can find reading books at each level. This gives an idea of the sorts of books a child should be able to read at each stage. There is also a link to free Oxford Owl ebooks that your child can listen to and read themselves. If you are not sure which colour book your child is currently reading, please speak to their class teacher.

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Julia Donaldson has written some of the most popular and best-loved children’s stories including The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo’s Child, Room on the Broom, The Highway Rat, Zog and Stick Man.
She is also the author of the popular phonic Songbirds series, part of Oxford Reading Tree published by Oxford University Press.

The level of comprehension monitoring and the level of reading comprehension in low- and high-achieving fourth graders were investigated. Monitoring was assessed by changes in reading time and number of look-backs when confronted with comprehension obstacles. Reading comprehension was assessed with a task in which subjects had to summarize the text. The effect of strategic training on low-achievers’ monitoring and comprehension was also investigated. The results indicated that the level of monitoring and the level of comprehension are related, which helps to clarify the differences between low- and high-achieving readers’ comprehension. Training improved the low-achievers’ monitoring and comprehension. The assessment method, with suggestions for its improvement, is also discussed.
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