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Predictions

  1. 1. Predictions Learning Objectives Today I will: • Form my own ideas based on evidence. • Learn key vocabulary and definitions. • Write a prediction based on my reading.
  2. 2. What is the name of the novel? Who is the author? What colour(s) have been used? What mood or atmosphere does this colour create? What image is used? What effect does this image have on you? Does it make you feel a particular way? Are there any other pieces of information provided on the cover? What do you think the book will be about?
  3. 3. What is the name of the novel? Who is the author? What colour(s) have been used? What mood or atmosphere does this colour create? What image is used? What effect does this image have on you? Does it make you feel a particular way? Are there any other pieces of information provided on the cover? What do you think the book will be about?
  4. 4. What is the name of the novel? Who is the author? What colour(s) have been used? What mood or atmosphere does this colour create? What image is used? What effect does this image have on you? Does it make you feel a particular way? Are there any other pieces of information provided on the cover? What do you think the book will be about?
  5. 5. What is the name of the novel? Who is the author? What colour(s) have been used? What mood or atmosphere does this colour create? What image is used? What effect does this image have on you? Does it make you feel a particular way? Are there any other pieces of information provided on the cover? What do you think the book will be about?
  6. 6. Reading Chapter 1 • Reading in parts: • I will read the narration • I need volunteers to read the parts of: – The unknown voice – Mum – Fliss
  7. 7. Key Vocabulary • Stick the grid into your book. • Using a pencil and ruler, match up the key word to the definition. • If you have finished, see if you can find any examples from the chapter.
  8. 8. Premonition Doing words or action words. E.g. the red ball rolled. Atmosphere A vivid dream, vision or feeling that suggests something bad is about to happen. Foreboding Words that are objects or items e.g. Chair, table, air, love, boy, girl… The red ball rolled. Adjectives Implying or seeming to imply that something bad is going to happen. Nouns Words used to help describe an object or place e.g. the red ball rolled. Verbs The air, climate or feeling in a place.
  9. 9. Premonition A vivid dream, vision or feeling that suggests something bad is about to happen. Atmosphere The air, climate or feeling in a place. Foreboding Implying or seeming to imply that something bad is going to happen. Adjectives Words used to help describe an object or place e.g. the red ball rolled. Nouns Words that are objects or items e.g. Chair, table, air, love, boy, girl… The red ball rolled. Verbs Doing words or action words. E.g. the red ball rolled.
  10. 10. What will happen next? • In your exercise books… Using the key vocabulary we have just learnt, the ideas from the book covers and what happened in chapter one, try to explain what you think will happen in the rest of the book. I think that…. because…
  11. 11. Homework • In your homework diary write: – Check firefly for task details. • You will find a task requesting you to post an answer on the forum. • You will need to write your response in the box provided and enter it under the relevant question.

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