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Chapter 2: Creative approaches to teaching reading and enjoying text

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Creative approaches to teaching reading and enjoying text
Creative approaches to teaching reading and enjoying text
Learning outcomes

By reading this chapter, you will have:

  • Developed an understanding of how to engage children with word recognition creatively
  • Developed an understanding of creative approaches to teaching comprehension strategies and higher-order reading skills
  • Developed an understanding of how to transfer these approaches to a variety of reading contexts, including fiction and non-fiction
  • Developed ways to help children enjoy and be stimulated by literature
National Curriculum links
  • The word reading and comprehension elements of all age phases of the English subject section.
  • Years 1 and 2 sections focus more on word reading and less on comprehension with that being reversed moving into lower and upper Key Stage 2.
  • On p. 4, the importance of using phonics to ...

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