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Guided reading: organising activities

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Last updated on 17 November 2017
School types: All · School phases: Primary
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How do schools organise guided reading sessions? We look at examples of how primary schools organise guided reading sessions, and link to guidance on this from a local authority. We also link to examples of weekly timetables and suggestions for activities to include in a guided reading carousel.

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Contents

  1. 1 Organising sessions on a rotational basis
  2. 2 Planning around the guided reading session
  3. 3 Examples of timetables
  4. 4 Activities: guidance from a local authority

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