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The Accuracy strategy we will be focusing on in Week 4, during our Reading lessons is “Blend sounds, stretch and reread”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

Blend Sounds_ Stretch and Reread

 

Thank you for your continued support at home.

You can find out more about CAFE, the ideas and the strategies from the website-www.thedailycafe.com or from The CAFE Book, written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.



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The Accuracy strategy we will be focusing on this week, during our Reading lessons is “Chunk letters and sounds”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

Chunk Letters and Sounds

Thank you for your continued support at home.

You can find out more about CAFE, the ideas and the strategies from the website-www.thedailycafe.com or from The CAFE Book, written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.



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This term we will be focusing on Accuracy strategies. These are strategies students can use to work out tricky words. During Week 1 the Accuracy strategy we focused on was “Use the pictures. Do the pictures and words match”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

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The Accuracy strategy we will be focusing on this week, during our Reading lessons is “Use the beginning and end sounds”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

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Thank you for your continued support at home.

You can find out more about CAFE, the ideas and the strategies from the website-www.thedailycafe.com or from The CAFE Book, written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.


Term 3 learning

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Please visit the ‘Inquiry Unit‘ page to find out what inquiry unit we will be exploring next term. There is also a link to the Sharing topics for Term 3.

If you visit the ‘Numeracy‘ page you will find out what we will be focusing on for Term 3.

Next term the pre-service teacher, Miss S, will be doing her placement during Week 1-8 in our class. With my support and guidance she will be planning as well as teaching many of the lessons/ learning areas during this time. The students and I are very excited for her to be joining our class for the 8 weeks.

If you have any questions regarding any of this information please write me a note either via your child’s Communication Book, DayMap or email. Otherwise you are welcome to pop into the classroom to have a chat with me.


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The final Comprehension strategy we will be focusing on, during our Reading lessons over the next 2 weeks is “Infer and support with evidence”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

Parent Pipeline – Infer and support with evidence

Thank you for your continued support at home.

You can find out more about CAFE, the ideas and the strategies from the website-www.thedailycafe.com or from The CAFE Book, written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.

Next term we will begin focusing on Accuracy strategies.


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The Comprehension strategy we will be focusing on, during our Reading lessons is “Check for understanding”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

Parent Pipeline – Check for Understanding

 

Thank you for your continued support at home.

You can find out more about CAFE, the ideas and the strategies from the website-www.thedailycafe.com or from The CAFE Book, written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.


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The Comprehension strategy we will be focusing on, during our Reading lessons is “Monitor and fix up”. The following link explains how you can use the strategy when listening to your child read.

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Thank you for your continued support at home.

You can find out more about CAFE, the ideas and the strategies from the website-www.thedailycafe.com or from The CAFE Book, written by Gail Boushey and Joan Moser.