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Year 1 Literacy Evening

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21 September 2016
Year 1 Literacy Evening
Thank you
RWI Groups
Small groups
Groups are fluid and continual assessment
Set 1 - Ditties sheets and Red
Set 2 - Green, Purple & Pink
Set 3 - Orange, Yellow, Blue, Grey
Celebrate success!
Pencil grip
Correct pencil grip important. We use the tripod grip.
Large triangular pencils encourage this grip.
Magic 100 Words
100 most common words in English
Twelve different levels
Celebrates success
We will begin to send these words home after October break.
Handwriting Y1AC
How to help at home
1. Picture Interpretation (frontload vocabulary)

2. Read text aloud together

3. Quick comprehension question

4. Find the word
(phonic strategies)

5. Prediction

Repeat
Shared Reading
Literacy in Year 1
Welcome
Reading
From nursery to Year 3
All the sounds are in English
Fred Talk
Participation – all children involved due to partner work
Every child succeeds
Reading books are based on the sound/s taught
RWI Overview
Shared reading
Guided reading
Home reading
Reading
Home Reading
Writing
Developmental Stages of the Writing Process
We use whole class books to reinforce different skills including:
How to decode words
Using pictures
Answering questions


The 'Five Bits' strategy
Grouped by ability
Individual and group targets
Lots of benefits
Reading mileage
Reinforcing skills taught at school
Helps build up your child’s sight words
Increases confidence
Low stress
Enjoyable
Part of a daily routine
Full of positive praise
Children begin to write as soon as they hold a pencil or a pen through mark making.

Fine motor skills are developed through such activities as colouring, painting and cutting.
There are several stages to the writing process.

Children will reach these stages at different rates.
Developmental Stages of the Writing Process
Scribbling Letter-like symbols



Series of shapes, Strings of letters
letters & patterns


Strings of letters Becoming a
competent writer

Five Bits
Guided Reading
Reading at Home
Talk about the pictures
Relate the story to something your child has done
Turn reading into a game
Read road signs, food packets, menus.
Play games: spot the letter
Explore the library
Talk for Writing
A writing programme developed by Pie Corbett.
A programme organised into three stages:
Stage 1 - Imitate
Stage 2 - Innovate
Stage 3 - Independent Application
Spelling
Children are encouraged to write using Fred sounds.
Spelling may not be accurate but will be phonetically correct.
No need to correct them at this stage.
At Home
Provide reasons for writing;
birthday cards
shopping lists

Make sure there are lots of writing materials around the home.

Model writing for your children.
How We Teach Handwriting
Handwriting lessons three times a week.

Lesson 1.
Nelson handwriting book.
Lesson 2
. Teacher models correct formation of letters.
Lesson 3
. Magic words.
RWI in Year 1
Magic 100 Words
Stage 1 - Imitate
The children learn to retell a text from memory.
They familiarise themselves with the language patterns through role play and drawing activities.
They finish the sequence by re-writing the text.


Stage 2 - Innovate
The structure and language patterns from the first text remain.
The children change key features, such as the characters in a story or the subject of a set of instructions.
They complete the stage by writing the new version.
Stage 3 - Independent Application
This is the final stage in the sequence.
The children apply the skills learned in Stages 1 and 2 to an independent piece of writing.
All previous vocabulary is displayed in the classroom to support the writing.
VCOP, Writing Symbols and The Big Award for Writing
Video of Stage 1
Y1RR - Non-fiction
How to Wash Your Hands

Handwriting and the development of fine motor skills
Help your child take it slow.
Explain that mistakes happen.
Reinforce proper letter formation.
Make sure your child has the hand strength to write.
Expose your child to lots of words.
Make sure the pencil is properly positioned.
Fiction - The Three Billy Goats Gruff
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