Read Record Respond is the professional support tool that comes with Oxford Literacy Assess. Read Record Respond takes educators through a cycle of:Oral reading assessment.Analysis of students' reading responses, with an increased emphasis on comprehension.Identification of learning goals.Selection of instructional approaches to teach specific reading strategies, with greater support for teaching comprehension.Read Record Respond is based on the latest research and addresses key questions, including:What makes effective teachers of reading?Reading stages and levels: what are students showing us?What do independent and successful readers do?What are meaning, structure and visual (MSV) skills?Why is comprehension so important?What is fluency and why is it important?The Read Record Respond obook is an online version of the print professional support resource. The obook includes:'extras' such as PDFs of the 60 readingrecords and the 20 additional assessment checklists, which can be used to assess different aspects of reading more deeplyprofessional support videosaudio recordings of a reading assessment being carried outthe ability to personalise your copy of the obook by adding notes and bookmarks, and highlighting text.
ANNE BAYETTOAnne Lecturers in special education at Flinders University, South Australia, and focuses on literacy and numeracy students with learning difficulties. Anne brings her knowledge of assessment, planning and the instruction of reading and written language to classroom practitioners.As the author of the Oxford Wordlist Stage 2 Research Study Summary Report, Read Record Respond and Spell Record, Respond: Moving from Assessment to Instruction, Anne Provides professional development to school leaders and educators.
INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEWIntroduction Overview READReading: a guide for educators What do independent and successful readers know and do? Meaning, Structure and Visual skills Retelling Comprehension Fluency Error types Assessing reading: a guide for educators Approaches to instruction: a guide for educators Whole-class instruction Guided reading group lessons One-to-one instruction RECORDHow to use Oxford Literacy Assess Take the reading record (print) Additional assessment checklists RESPONDPlanning for instruction Using Oxford Literacy Assess to move from assessment to instruction Meaning, Structure and Visual skills: instructional approaches Retelling: instructional approaches Comprehension: instructional approaches Fluency: instructional approaches Responding to reading behaviours: instructional approaches Error types: instructional approaches Whole-class instructional approaches CONTENTSGuided reading: instructional approaches and structure Independent work FURTHER RESOURCESWhat makes independent and successful readers?: a guide for families Appendix 1: Freebody and Lukeâ€™s Four Resources Appendix 2: helping students learn how to talk about text
Read Record Respond is based on the latest research and addresses key questions, including: What makes effective teachers of reading?Reading stages and levels: what are students showing us?What do independent and successful readers do?What are meaning, structure and visual (MSV) skills?Why is comprehension so important?What is fluency and why is it important?The obook version of Read Record Respond includes video professional support for each key question.