Rt/E3.8

Obtain specific information through detailed reading
(a) Understand that it is sometimes necessary to read every word, or every word in a relevant section when located

An amusing short story specifically written for a school PEP group (post 16, entry level programme) and designed to be fun and interesting (especially for boys) and short enough to be completed in a one hour session (although the extension dictionary/sentence exercises could go on longer). With 10 questions and extension dictionary and sentence activities.

Level
E3
English
Fiction
Rt/E3.1
Rt/E3.4
Rt/E3.7
Rt/E3.8

An intriguing short story specifically written for a school PEP group (post 16, entry level programme) and designed to be fun and interesting (especially for boys) and short enough to be completed in a one hour session. With 13 questions.

Level
E3
English
Fiction
Rt/E3.1
Rt/E3.4
Rt/E3.7
Rt/E3.8

Spring Festivals – Entry 3 comprehension questions (also includes alphabetical ordering and dictionary work) based on a short text about spring festivals from different cultures and faiths. The short text is part of the Easter Eggs – best buy? resource (below) which you will also have to download

Level
E3
English
Rt/E3.1
Rt/E3.7
Rt/E3.8
Rw/E3.4
Rw/E3.3

A great way of improving reading skills whilst learning important health and safety information. With a useful reading tips handout.

Level
E3
L1
L2
English
Rt/E3.6
Rt/E3.7
Rt/E3.8
Rt/L1.5
Rt/L2.7
Context
Construction Carpentry Plumbing

A wonderful, illustrated story written by Tracy Richardson, when she was a Level 1 Literacy learner at Henley College, Coventry.

Submitted by her tutor, Robert Holt, who suggests using this story with Entry 2-3 learners for reading comprehension / reading in detail, recognising high frequency words, adjectives, phonics & decoding (especially consonant clusters).

Level
E2
E3
English
Fiction
Rt/E2.1
Rt/E3.1
Rt/E3.8
Rw/E3.5
Rw/E2.2
Rw/E2.1
Ws/E2.2

Two versions of a planner / writing frame (one is more detailed than the other) that encourage learners to look critically at non-fiction information books – looking out for features such as illustrations, headings, glossaries etc. and extracting interesting facts.
Written for young adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Aspergers Syndrome but suitable for all.

Level
E2
E3
English
Rt/E2.2
Rt/E3.2
Rt/E2.4
Rt/E3.5
Rt/E3.9
Rt/E3.6
Rt/E3.8
General
Autistic spectrum support

A set of resources for E3/L1 literacy and ESOL. Includes a shared text for reading comprehension, punctuation exercise and a web quest.

Level
E3
L1
English
Rt/L1.1
SLlr/L1.2
Ws/E3.3
Ws/L1.3
Rt/E3.9
Rt/E3.7
Rt/E3.5
Rt/E3.8
Context
History