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Different Reading Genres - different reading genres, reading, genre, genres, different, fantasy, story, traditional tales, similar setting, other cultures, information books, poetry, popular stories

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  • Is there a writing genre equivalent yet?

    , Mar 10th
  • Classroom display. Thank you.

    , Apr 3rd
  • I am going to use this in my own class library and in the main school library area. It will encourage children to try books from different genres.

    , Aug 17th
  • Great for use in school library displays - would be improved with a greater range of genres though!

    , Jul 28th
    • Hi khosmer,
      Thank you for commenting. I'll ask our resource designers to look into this for you right away : )

      , Jul 28th
  • Hi senoredwards and Briary-Primary-School!

    There isn't currently a writing genre version, but I've added it to our resource list to be done as soon as possible! Keep a look out for it!

    Emily:)

    , Sep 4th
  • Seconded request for a writing equivalent.

    , Aug 29th
  • is there a Writing genre versions?!

    , Aug 23rd
  • Great idea, thanks! Would it be possible to add 'Science Fiction', '(Auto)biography' and Historical. I know genre can overlap a lot but think these might add to the resource.

    , Aug 23rd
  • Arrr sooo cute!

    , Mar 16th
A fantastic set of display posters featuring key reading genres.
This resource is available in Standard, Precursive, Cursive and Dyslexic.
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  • Homepage » Australia » Victoria Curriculum Browser » English » Foundation Year » Reading and Viewing - Literacy » Interpreting, Analysing, Evaluating » Read texts with familiar structures and features, practising phrasing and fluency, and monitor meaning using concepts about print and emerging phonic, semantic, contextual and grammatical knowledge (VCELY152)
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Jan 11th
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