Oxford Assessment and Levelling Guide for Reading by


Oxford Assessment and Levelling Guide for Reading by

Oxford Assessment and Levelling Guide for Reading brings together a new improved version of Oxford's trusted book grading system with the Oxford Ros Wilson Reading Criterion Scale to provide first-class assessment and perfectly matched resources. The aim of this guide is to help you ensure that all of your children develop their full potential as readers. This guide will help you to assess every child's reading development to get a good understanding of where they are and what they need to do next. It contains the Oxford Ros Wilson Reading Criterion Scale, a detailed spine of reading skills which helps you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of every child and where to focus your teaching next. This guide will help you to find exactly the right books for individual children and groups of children to read, matched to their reading development. Oxford Levels have been linked to the Oxford Ros Wilson Reading Criterion Scale, so you can easily find the right book for every child's reading level. The guide provides a comprehensive picture of what children can do and what books are like at each Oxford Level.

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Oxford University Press

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9th January 2014



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