readingtoolbox - but rarely do so when confronted with a...

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Look at the pictures! Break up the words into sounds!  Sound it out! Is it a long word or a little word? Cut it out!  Come back and  have a go!
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Use all your tools together!
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Notes: James Snowden writes: “My class of year 1 children are all able to tell me how they read words with which they are unfamiliar - 'We can look at the pictures'; 'We can sound it out'; 'We can miss it out'
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Unformatted text preview: but rarely do so when confronted with a difficult word. The 'reading tool kit' sits on the table during group reading and we talk about the tools we can use to help us. It acts as a visual reinforcement for reading cues. I am hoping all classes in our infant school will soon adopt it.”...
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