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Switching to whole-class reading: guidance

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Last updated on 2 February 2018
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How can we transition to whole-class reading? We relay guidance from a range of teaching blogs on how to introduce whole-class reading, including tips on implementation, an example lesson plan and example weekly cycles.

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Contents

  1. 1 Guidance and lesson structure
  2. 2 7 tips on whole-class reading
  3. 3 Example lesson plan
  4. 4 Reflecting on the whole-class reading approach

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