KS2 & KS3 Inference Training
Getting meaning and enjoyment from reading - a reading comprehension intervention.
|Tue 05 Oct 2021 8.30am - 4.00pm||Barlow Hall Primary School||9 places available||£220.00|
|Tue 11 Jan 2022 8.30am - 4.00pm||Barlow Hall Primary School||9 places available||£220.00|
|Tue 26 Apr 2022 9.30am - 5.00pm||Barlow Hall Primary School||12 places available||£220.00|
Inference training is a group intervention for pupils who decode adequately but fail to get full meaning and enjoyment from their reading.
What you will learn
This training teaches key comprehension strategies through “instructional conversations” in groups to help boost reading comprehension.
The intervention involves groups of 4 pupils, for 40-minute sessions twice a week over a period of 10 weeks.
Through reading and interactive discussions, groups cover skills such as identifying key words and elaborating on them to enhance meaning; learning new vocabulary; generating questions and inferences; and summarising or re-telling extracts in different ways to emphasise the gist.
Teachers or teaching assistants teach the intervention for 40-minute session twice a week over a period of 10 weeks.
The day includes refreshments and lunch and a training file to support the course.
Inference Training was developed by Leicester City Council based on research showing the key role inference making plays in reading comprehension.
Who is it for?
Pupils in KS2 and KS3
About your course leader
Fiona Botterill is a Teacher Leader for Reading Recovery. Her specialism is in designing bespoke school improvement packages for all aspects of literacy. Fiona can train new Reading Recovery teachers and provide continuing professional programmes for existing Reading Recovery teachers so that they can maintain their licence for Reading Recovery.