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  1. 1. WALT be book worms <br />Confident readers Who enjoy reading<br />
  2. 2. WALT flip through a story.<br />This allows us to predict what the story will be about. <br />What do think this story is about?<br />What do you think will happen next? <br />
  3. 3. WALT say beginning sounds with tricky words.<br />
  4. 4. WALT quickly read basic sight words (our essential spelling list words).<br />List 1<br />List 2<br />List 3<br />
  5. 5. WALT flip vowel sounds.<br />This will help us to read tricky new words. <br />
  6. 6. Dragon (do you know this word or do you need to sound it out?)<br />The title is ‘Dragon’. FLIP the pages. Are you going to read about a dragon? What will you be reading about?<br />Scan the words – run your eyes over the words quickly, ignore the basic sight words – what are some of the other words you’ve seen? <br />Sometimes names can be tricky, lets look a the names in this book<br />Auntie Rose, Anna, Nikki, Uncle Max<br />I notice two students putting jackets on. Read the first page and tell me where they’re going. What day of the week is it?<br />How do they make a dragon?<br />Where is their library?<br />Why should Auntie Rose not laugh at the dragon?<br />What does the dragon love?<br />What happens to Nikki?<br />Beginning sounds - curls, corner, butcher, breaks, <br />