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TeacherMain text
Theme(s)Reading
Age
Complementary
text
Scaffolding
text
Challenging
text
Learner Selected
text
Additional
Texts
Additional
Texts
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Write the name of the teacher who designed this learning.

Hyperlink the name to either the page where this lesson / unit was shared OR the school website.
This learning may have been designed around a main text eg "Romeo & Juliet" This learning may have been designed around a theme "Forbidden Love".Nominate the appropriate level of the main text - this would imply the reading level of the target group of learnersAnother text which contains similar ideas to the Main Text or strongly presents the theme in a different context.
Offers more information or additional examples
Main ideas accessed independently
Provides support for the person who finds it hard to read the text. It may be scaffolding reading difficulty or understanding context.
Can be read independently
Supplies some prior knowledge for the reading
Introduces some of the ideas/ vocabulary
Challenges the readers thinking eg by presenting a very different point of view.
Or a text could be challenging due to increased difficulty
Offers a different point of view
Offers conflicting information
This text would be selected by the learner. The teacher may well have a collation place for these eg a padlet
Sources independently
Links to known text
May link to Out Of School knowledge
Add the text and state whether it is Complimentary, Scaffolding or ChallengingAdd the text and state whether it is Complimentary, Scaffolding or Challenging
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The assumption here is that the Main text is a written text. It would be helpful if the other texts noted whether they were video, animation, audio, podcast, infographic, photos, website, cartoon, quiz, game, etc. etc.
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Definitions:
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Multi- textualThe learner is presented with a variety of texts to read (watch, view) including one each of: Complementary, Scaffolding , Challenging, Learner Selected . It is important to support students identifying multiple voices in texts
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Multi-ModalThe learner is presented with a variety of texts using a variety of modes including video, animation, audio, podcast, infographic, photos, website, cartoon
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Ideally multi-modal delivery would cover and strengthen the multi-textual goal
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