Read to Write
Read to Write empowers teachers to provide high-quality teaching of writing through high-quality literature. These detailed units of work centre on engaging, vocabulary-rich texts, with a wealth of writing opportunities within and across the curriculum and they also signpost wider curriculum enrichments
This gives you banks of words that contain phase appropriate phonemes.
These lists can be used in a variety of interactive, engaging and fun ways which assist children in their application of phonics skills and knowledge when decoding.
Literacy Counts has drawn upon a range of current assessment information, including statutory National Curriculum requirements and research to develop these assessment tools.
This document is intended to be used alongside any existing school assessment tools. Literacy Counts has drawn upon a range of current assessment information, including statutory National Curriculum requirements and research.
The document will also aid teachers in gaining a deeper understanding of progress across each of the following strands:
• Grammar and Punctuation
• Evaluating and Editing
It may also assist in identify gaps in learning and consequently inform planning as well as helping with the identification of whole school priorities for improvement.
It will help signpost schools so skills and knowledge are built upon year on year.