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AF6 teaching ideas

Teaching ideas to help pupils explain viewpoint and understand irony. This is part of the reading progression map for intervention in secondary English.

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Securing and extending

To support pupils who are making links with their independent reading and their study of literary texts, model for pupils how to translate their ideas and interpretations about texts to their writing, employing the use of an appropriate register and using literary and linguistic terminology. Encourage pupils to take a ‘critical reader’ approach to their private reading (L10.1).

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Securing and extending pupils’ skills

Teachers of secondary English can use this practical advice to help pupils secure and extend their skills as enthusiastic and critical readers. This includes a range of teaching approaches and learning opportunities. This is part of 'Teaching for progression: Reading' within secondary English.

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Developing pupils’ skills

Teachers of secondary English can use this practical advice to help pupils develop their skills as enthusiastic and critical readers. This includes a range of teaching approaches and learning opportunities. This is part of 'Teaching for progression: Reading' within secondary English.

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Help - QCDA . & : Home Help What is RSS? Help The QCDA site has been designed to make it easy for you to find the information you want - whether you are an education professional, an employer, a learner or a member of the public. Use the links below to find out more about the features of our website. Content Documents Links Accessibility standards Browsers Search the QCDA website Audio and video technical…

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