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Remote learning: supporting reading to stop disadvantaged pupils from falling behind
Get tips from reading expert Alex Quigley on how to make sure all pupils have access to age-appropriate home-reading texts, so you can stop the disadvantage gap from growing during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Make reading your curriculum priority
- How to get books to all pupils at home
- Choose appropriate home-reading texts for all age groups
- Set different expectations for on-screen reading
- Re-teach reading strategies to remind pupils
- Carry out writing activities to help pupils consolidate reading
- Use online tuition to supplement reading and writing tasks
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