R.1 Enjoyment and choice - within a motivating and challenging environment developing an awareness of the relevance of texts in my life
R.1.A I regularly select and read, listen to or watch texts for enjoyment and interest, and I can express how well they meet my needs and expectations and give reasons, with evidence, for my personal response.
R.1.B I can identify sources to develop the range of my reading.
R.1.1 Selects texts regularly for enjoyment and interest or relevant sources to inform thinking.
R.1.2 Gives a personal response to texts with appropriate justification.
R.1.3 Explains how well a text or source meets needs and expectations with appropriate justification.
R.2 Tools for reading - to help me use texts with increasingly complex or unfamiliar ideas, structures and vocabulary within and beyond my place of learning
R.2.A Through developing my knowledge of context clues, punctuation, grammar and layout, I can read unfamiliar texts with increasing fluency, understanding and expression.
R.3.B I can make notes and organise them to develop my thinking, help retain and recall information, explore issues and create new texts, using my own words as appropriate.
R.3.1 Finds, selects and sorts relevant information from a variety of sources for a range of purposes.
R.3.2 Summarises key information using own words.
R.3.3 Uses own words to make and organise notes, selecting key information and linking ideas from more than one source.
R.3.4 Uses notes to create new texts that show understanding of the topic or issue and draw on information from more than one source.
R.4 Understanding, analysing and evaluating - investigating and/or appreciating fiction and non-fiction texts with increasingly complex ideas, structures and specialist vocabulary for different purposes
R.4.A To show my understanding across different areas of learning, I can:
R.4.A.a identify and consider the purpose, main concerns or concepts and use supporting detail;
R.4.B To show my understanding, I can comment, with evidence, on the content and form of short and extended texts, and respond to literal, inferential and evaluative questions and other types of close reading tasks.
R.4.C To help me develop an informed view, I am exploring the techniques used to influence my opinion. I can recognise persuasion and assess the reliability of information and credibility and value of my sources.
W.2.B As appropriate to my purpose and type of text, I can punctuate and structure different types of sentences with sufficient accuracy, and arrange these to make meaning clear, showing straightforward relationships between paragraphs.
W.2.2 Uses more complex punctuation, where appropriate, to convey meaning or in an attempt to enhance writing, for example, inverted commas, exclamation marks, question marks, colons, parentheses and/or ellipses. Punctuation is varied and mainly accurate.
W.2.8 Selects features of layout and presentation, including in digital texts, to clarify meaning and suit purpose and audience, for example, headings, bullet points, text boxes and/or relevant graphics.
W.3 Organising and using information - considering texts to help create short and extended texts for different purposes
W.3.A I can use notes and other types of writing to generate and develop ideas, retain and recall information, explore problems, make decisions or create original text.
W.3.B I recognise when it is appropriate to quote from sources and when I should put points into my own words. I can acknowledge my sources appropriately.
W.3.C By considering the type of text I am creating, I can independently select ideas and relevant information for different purposes, and organise essential information or ideas and any supporting detail in a logical order. I can use suitable vocabulary to communicate effectively with my audience.