At PLD we recognise that a proportion of students require decodable reading material for longer than others. This group of students may have presented at school with speech and/or language delays or have a history of ear infections. Or they may have family members who have experienced literacy and learning difficulties (and hence present with a genetic predisposition to literacy difficulties). For these reasons, three additional reading book sets have been sourced.

If students have read all of Home Readers Set 1, the additional set of 20 Home Reader Further Practise Set 1 may be appropriate. They are also suitable for students who are still acquiring accuracy and automaticity at an Exercise 2 level on the ‘PLD Early Reading Profile’ .

If students have read all of Home Readers Set 2, the additional set of 20 Home Reader Further Practise Set 2 may be appropriate. They are also suitable for students who are still acquiring accuracy and automaticity at an Exercise 3, 4 and 5 level on the ‘PLD Early Reading Profile’.

If students have read all of the Home Readers Set 3 and Home Readers Set 4, the additional 20 Home Readers Further Practise Set 3 and 4 may be appropriate. They are also suitable for students who are still acquiring accuracy and automaticity at an Exercise 5 and 6 level on the ‘PLD Early Reading Profile’.



Background:
There was a huge response from the November e-newsletters prompting schools to further phase out remaining 'Whole Language' processes in favour of structured synthetic phonics processes and materials. Read further on this topic HERE.
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