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Post by pinkies22 on Sun Sep 20, 2015 1:47 pm

Hiys can anyone help me please, i have a interview for a LSA position and they want me to have a formal interview first then they want me to plan and teach guided reading to 4 children from years 5 and 6....i have worked in schools before but only done 1 to 1 reading with reception children......any advice or guidance about the guided reading please as i have gone totally blank .....

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Post by caffeine needed on Wed Sep 23, 2015 5:07 pm

decide which book u will use, u will need 4 one for each child. have a range of questions
ready. look at the afl for reading you need a range from simple decoding what was xxx eating for his lunch to more inference how do you think xxx felt when it wasn't his favourite for lunch? Also ask what doe xxxx mean in this context. Can you think of a better feeling/synonym for that word? ask children to read on and find answers to your questions while u listen to one child reading try to listen to all 4 seperately.

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