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Guided Reading Chart Example for KS1 and KS2

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Last updated 15 February 2013, created 10 April 2008, viewed 10,100

just an idea of how to organise the groups...children read top to bottom, teachers read left to right, any questions then please ask

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A great template. As my school has is adopting APP for readng I've decided to step away from the scheme we have in the spring term . I was starting to feel a bit panicky about how to plan for it but this has provided a great starting template. Thanks a lot from a VERY appreciative NQT :-)

from fatfighting foodlover, 31 December 2009
(report comment) 3 out of 5

nicely organized. I think this is the best way of doing guided reading without getting all frazzled. Thanks

from alyasat, 15 September 2009
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A simple, but effective G Reading Reference - thanks!. A great way to simplify and immediately refer to G Reading Planning.

from Happyregardless, 10 November 2008
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Simple but effective. Thanks for sharing

from Catz240, 31 August 2008
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Great idea. Simple but effective. Sometimes the best ideas are the most obvious. Thanks for sharing.

from star24, 11 April 2008
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