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Bookworms club reading circles roles

  1. 1. BOOKWORMS CLUB READING CIRCLES
  2. 2. ROLES • • • • DISCUSSION LEADER SUMMARIZER WORD MASTER PASSAGE PERSON
  3. 3. DISCUSSION LEADER AT HOME: Prepare at least 4 general DISCUSSION questions about the story. NOTE that the best discussion questions come from thoughts or feelings. • ‘Did anything in the story surprise you?’ • ‘Imagine you are … What would you do?’ • Why do you think …?’
  4. 4. DISCUSSION LEADER IN CLASS: • • • • Ask each student to present their part. Ask at least one question to each student. Act as a discussion guide. Control the time for the whole discussion: 30 minutes.
  5. 5. SUMMARIZER AT HOME: • Read the story. • Find the key points to understand and remember it. • Prepare a short summary to talk to the group. IN CLASS: • Retell the story in a short summary (1 or 2 minutes) in your own words. • Don’t read your summary to the group.
  6. 6. WORD MASTER AT HOME: • Look for 5 words or short phrases that are important in the story. IMPORTANT POINT: You don’t have to choose unknown words. IN CLASS: • Tell the group why the words are important to understand the story. • Use simple English in your explanation.
  7. 7. PASSAGE PERSON AT HOME: • Read the story and find at least 3 important or interesting passages. IMPORTANT POINTS • The passages don’t have to be passages containing main events in the story. They could be interesting descriptions of the characters, or parts that have interesting or powerful language. • A passage can be a paragraph, or one or two sentences.
  8. 8. PASSAGE PERSON IN CLASS: Tell the group why you have chosen the passages. Ask the group if they have found any passages especially difficult. If there are difficult passages, ask the group to try to explain them.

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