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  • 1. Read all about it!BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL READER
  • 2. Lesson objectives:• To understand how to locate, retrieve and find evidence in a text• To identify techniques for skimming and scanning a text
  • 3. • You are going to see a series of words and pictures. You need to pay attention as you will then need to answer a series of questions of what you have just seen....
  • 4. I think,therefore Iam.
  • 5. Shall I compare thee to a Summers day?Thou art more lovely and more temperate:Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,And Summers lease hath all too short a date: WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE FROM ‘SONNET 18’
  • 6. I once had a blind date with Cilla.I took her to watch Aston Villa.She sang to the crowdAnd she sang very loudAnd thats why they threatened tokill er.
  • 7. When Mr. Bilbo Baggins of BagEnd announced that he wouldshortly be celebrating hiseleventy-first birthday with a partyof special magnificence, therewas much talk and excitement inHobbiton.
  • 8. Questions• What time was it on the digital clock?
  • 9. • Complete this sentence, ‘ I think…’
  • 10. • The darling buds of which month were shaken by rough winds?
  • 11. • What colour were the apples?
  • 12. • What were the numbers in the picture?
  • 13. • Where did Cilla go on a date to?
  • 14. • What was the boat called the snowman and the frog were sitting in?
  • 15. • What birthday was Bilbo Baggins celebrating?
  • 16. Answers…• 12:34• I think therefore I am• May• Red and green• 02345789• Aston Villa• SS Lunch• Eleventy-first
  • 17. Circuit training time…• Get into groups of 5.• At each of the 5 stations there will be an extract from a book, post it notes and pens.• For each extract, you will need to find evidence within the text that tells the reader that the story is set in an alternative reality or a place different from the world as we know it today.• Each team member will have 2 minutes at each station in order to read the extract and jot down as many pieces of evidence from the text(s) on your post it notes.• NB. Each piece of evidence, must be no more than 6 words long• The winning team is the one at the end who has the most correct evidence on their post-it notes!
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  • 60. How did you do?• Stick all your group’s post it notes on your sugar paper and let’s go through the extracts…• Remember, if it’s not solid evidence, it gets chucked!
  • 61. What makes a good reader?• Write down the three attributes you think make a successful reader. Try and think about the skills you have used today.