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Guided Reading

Guided Reading WB 01.03.21

 

We will be uploading pre-recorded readings of Chapter 9 and 11 during the week, and only Chapter 13 on the weekend. Remember to send your work to your teachers via Class Dojo so that they can celebrate how well you’ve done and help you if you get stuck.

 

Monday

 

LI: To use recall and retrieval skills

  1. Today we will be going through the summaries of Chapters 4, 5 and 6 to refresh our memories of what’s happened so far in the story!
  2. Then, read Chapter 7 and work through the PowerPoint questions, writing down the answers either on printed copies of the PowerPoint, or on a piece of lined or plain paper. These questions will be asking you about what you have read in the chapter and to go into the text and find it. Remember if it’s a ‘who’ question, we are looking for a name. If it’s a ‘where’ question, we are looking for a place, and so forth.
  3. After you have completed the 5 questions and the independent task, write about your opinion of David so far in Chapter 7. Use evidence from the text to support your opinion!

 

Tuesday

 

LI: To explore author viewpoint and language

  1. Read Chapter 8. Work through the PowerPoint questions, writing down the answers either on printed copies of the PowerPoint, or on a piece of lined or plain paper. These questions will be about why you think the author has chosen to write in a particular way. What does the author want you to feel? Why is he portraying a character in that way?
  2. After you have completed the 5 questions and the independent task, in 2-3 sentences explain the difference between a fact and an opinion.

 

Wednesday

 

LI: To analyse structure and organisation

  1. Read Chapter 9 summary on the PowerPoint to refresh your memory on what happened!
  2. Read Chapter 10. Work through the questions on the PowerPoint, writing down the answers either on printed copies of the PowerPoint, or on a piece of lined or plain paper. We will be working on your skim and scan skills to put events in order.
  3. After you have completed the questions and the independent task, write 2-3 sentences why the Mountain of Adventure is a fiction text.

 

Thursday

 

LI: To use deduction and inference skills

  1. Read Chapter 11 summary on the PowerPoint to refresh your memory on what happened!
  2. Read Chapter 12. Work through the PowerPoint questions, writing down the answers either on printed copies of the PowerPoint, or on a piece of lined or plain paper. Today we will be looking at how character’s might be feeling and predicting what could of happened to Philip.
  3. After you have completed the questions and independent task, write down why you think the Alsatian dog attached itself to Philip on pgs 106-108.
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