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Mrs Peart's Reading Group

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘All Summer in a Day text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Wednesday 3rd June

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Shine text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

Monday 1st June 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Shine text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Monday 1st June

Friday 22nd May 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Problems with Hurricanes’ poem.

 

Today you will be reading the text and answering the comprehension questions.

 

Continue to:

  • Use a highlighter to identify any key language used.
  • Read the questions carefully to check whether you need to retrieve an answer or make a point and justify it.
  • Check your answers thoroughly!

 

The answers to these questions will be provided by 2pm today.

Thursday 21st May 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘First Aid’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

 

Wednesday 20th May 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘First Aid’ text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Wednesday 20th May

Tuesday 19th May 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘A Magnetic Compass’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

 

Monday 18th May 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘A Magnetic Compass’ text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Monday 18th May

Thursday 7th May 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Why the Whales Came’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

 

Wednesday 6th May 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Why the Whales Came’ text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Wednesday 6th May

Tuesday 5th May 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Just William’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Thursday

 

Monday 4th May 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Just William’ text

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Monday 4th May

 Friday 1st May 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Giantess’ poem.

Today you will be reading the text and answering the comprehension questions.

 

Continue to:

  • Use a highlighter to identify any key language used.
  • Read the questions carefully to check whether you need to retrieve an answer or make a point and justify it.
  • Check your answers thoroughly!

 

The answers to these questions will be provided by 2pm today.

Reading: Friday 1st May

Thursday 30th April 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Boudicca, Binger of Victory’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text (attached to yesterday's document)

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

Wednesday 29th April 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Boudicca, Bringer of Victory’ text.

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Tuesday 28th April 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘At Last the Jousts Begin!’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text (attached to yesterdays reading document)

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

Monday 27th April 2020

 

Reading

Read ‘At Last the Jousts Begin! text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Friday 24th April 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Dream Team’ poem.

Today you will be reading the text and answering the comprehension questions.

Continue to:

  • Use a highlighter to identify any key language used.
  • Read the questions carefully to check whether you need to retrieve an answer or make a point and justify it.
  • Check your answers thoroughly!

 

The answers to these questions will be provided by 2pm today.

 

 

Reading: Friday 24th April

Thursday 23rd April 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Treasure Island’ text from yesterday.

Complete the comprehension questions for this text (in the document attached yesterday).

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

 

Reading

Read the ‘Treasure Island’ text

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Reading: Wednesday 22nd April

Tuesday 21st April 2020

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘The Railway Children’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text (in the document attached yesterday)

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

Monday 20th April 2020

Please see below for your reading task and the attached document you will need.

Reading

Read ‘The Railway Children’ text

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

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