1 Fly Traps Reading comprehensionP148~149 1. What is the main sentence? 2. What do people do in their free time? 3. What do the author like to do in his spare time? 4. What are the plants that eat animals called? How many kinds? Where do they grow? 5. How did the narrator’s interest in watching plants start? 6. What did the narrator see? 7. What is the plant called? 8. How many kinds of bladderworts are there? 9. Where do they grow? 10. How do they look like?P150~151 1. What are the bubbles on the stem called? 2. What does each bladder have? 3. How does the bladderwort set its traps? 4. What make the trap door open? 5. How does the bladderwort suck up the bug? 6. What the narrator decide to find a bigger plant? 7. Why does the narrator climb the mountain? 8. Why are the shiny parts of the sundew sticky like honey? 9. What happens when a bug gets stuck on a sundew? Then? 10. Why did the narrator leave the sundew?P154~155 1. Which kind of sundew is the biggest? 2. What kind of plant does the narrator grow? 3. How many kinds of sundews are there? 4. What kind of water does the narrator use to water his sundew? 5. Why does the sundew die? 6. What does the narrator grow afterward? Where does he grow it? 7. how does it look like? 8. How does it catch insects? 9. Where do they grow usually? 10. Why are they rare now?P156~157 1. Why can small insects like ants escape from a Venus flytrap?
2 2. To a Venus flytrap, what is the main difference between an ant and a wasp?P158~159 1. What is the next plant the narrator grows? 2. What do they look like? 3. How does it trap insects? 4. How cobra lily gets its name? 5. What is the biggest plant that the narrator has so far? 6. Why does the narrator go to Malaysia?P160~161 1. What are the pitcher plants waiting for? 2. Did the narrator see the biggest pitcher plant of all? 3. What is the biggest pitcher plant? Where does it grow? 4. How big are the pitchers? What can they even catch? 5. How do they catch their food? 6. Where are the pitcher plants found? 7. What kind of soil do they grow? 8. How do they look like?P162 What does the narrator want to see himself?P163 1.What’s the author’s occupation? 2.What books does he write so far?- Wings, Stings and Wriggly Things 3. What organization does the author write for?- World Wildlife Federation 4. Who is the illustrator of this book? 5. What is his first book about?