- Format:Print/online bundle
- Qualification:Cambridge Primary
- Author(s):Sue Bodman, Glen Franklin
- Available from: May 2019
- Notes: Not available for credit card purchase. Please contact Customer Services.
Endorsed for reading by Cambridge Assessment International Education, Cambridge Reading Adventures is our international primary reading scheme.
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This teaching and assessment guide provides you with everything you need to plan and run effective reading lessons. Inside you’ll find detailed information on each title in the Transitional stage (Green to White Bands), full guidance on running guided-reading lessons and advice to help you manage and assess each child’s reading progress. Benchmark running-record assessment sheets are also included so you can be confident you are placing each child at the correct level. With the accompanying digital teaching and assessment guide, you’ll get access to all the information in the print guide, along with editable versions of the lesson plans, assessments and printable activity sheets for each title. The guides have been written by our series editors, experts from the Institute of Education, to help bring the best in reading practice to your classroom.
Feel confident leading reading lessons with your class with full teaching guidance and support.
Ensure each child is placed at the right level with benchmark running assessment sheets.
Contains detailed information on each title including learning outcomes and to support reading comprehension, grammar and spelling.
Understand how the titles link to the curriculum you are following with a comprehensive mapping chart.
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