Big Question: ‘ How can I read the world?’
Does anybody know: What a ‘dingbat’ is?
‘ Dingbat’: ‘ A name or saying cleverly hidden in the way it is written, or the colour it is printed.  You need to work ou...
Example: HOT
PETER
W A S H I N G
IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS BALL
GOODBYE
LATE SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL
Your turn! Use the ‘post its’ to create some ‘dingbats’.  Write the answer or ‘solution’ on the back!
Now: <ul><li>Move next to a different person (just in case someone was looking at yours!) </li></ul><ul><li>Have a go in p...
Our big questions for  today and tomorrow: What’s the use of reading? How can reading add to my life?
What has this got to do with reading?
Why is ‘reading’ an important link to this picture?
What about this one?
What have your read: Over the six weeks…
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Read The World9 9 08

  1. 1. Big Question: ‘ How can I read the world?’
  2. 2. Does anybody know: What a ‘dingbat’ is?
  3. 3. ‘ Dingbat’: ‘ A name or saying cleverly hidden in the way it is written, or the colour it is printed. You need to work out what it is…’
  4. 4. Example: HOT
  5. 5. PETER
  6. 6. W A S H I N G
  7. 7. IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS IS BALL
  8. 8. GOODBYE
  9. 9. LATE SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL SCHOOL
  10. 10. Your turn! Use the ‘post its’ to create some ‘dingbats’. Write the answer or ‘solution’ on the back!
  11. 11. Now: <ul><li>Move next to a different person (just in case someone was looking at yours!) </li></ul><ul><li>Have a go in pairs </li></ul><ul><li>See who’s the winner </li></ul><ul><li>10 minutes… </li></ul>
  12. 12. Our big questions for today and tomorrow: What’s the use of reading? How can reading add to my life?
  13. 13. What has this got to do with reading?
  14. 14. Why is ‘reading’ an important link to this picture?
  15. 15. What about this one?
  16. 16. What have your read: Over the six weeks…

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