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Read The World10 9 08

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  • 1. Big Question: ‘ How can I read the world?’
  • 2. Our big questions for today and tomorrow: What’s the use of reading? How can reading add to my life?
  • 3. What has this got to do with reading?
  • 4. Why is ‘reading’ an important link to this picture?
  • 5. What about this one?
  • 6. What have you read: Over the six weeks…
  • 7. Do we only ‘read’ books? What else do we ‘read’?
  • 8. You can ‘read’ films and TV programmes:
    • You are not ‘reading’ words, but you are reading sounds and images
    • You are thinking about the characters you see and hear
    • You are understanding where they are and why
    • You are ‘reading’ the characters faces to see how they are feeling…
  • 9. Watch the film clip:
    • How is the man feeling at the start?
    • What do you think he is doing?
    • Is this part of the story set in the ‘present’?
    • What type of characters are the two young boys? What about the sister?
    • How do the family get on with each other?
  • 10. So: We won’t just be reading a book in this unit; we will also be reading lots of other ‘texts’ …
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