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Book bands are indicated on books by the sticker colour on the side. The colour of the spine varies between publishers. Most of our reading scheme books come from Oxford Reading Tree. The book banding system is used nation wide and any scheme can fit into it. Book Bands are intended to support each child as a reader, and enable teachers to carefully check what each child can do and what their next steps are. Because we want our children to love reading, we reward them for the amount of reading they do, rather than the band on from which they are choosing. Children should read at home as frequently as possible, and the adult to whom they read should sign the reading record each time.
The colorful pictures and abundance of vocabulary words for each letter and sound are a fantastic way to support the literacy and language development of new readers as well as for English Language Learners. Myke Hitchcock…Teacher and School Administrator.
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In an alphabetic language like English, words are written with letter symbols. These symbols represent the sounds that the inventors of the written language abstracted from the speech of the people in their community. The inventors of writing had to analyse the speech of many people in their community to derive the common sounds that made up spoken words. It was found that there are no 'pure' speech sounds, as such, because the sounds vary according to the pitch, tone and other qualities of the speaker's voice. Hence, these sounds had to be put into 'categories' of similar sounds.