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Format of the Books

Pupil Pages

Pupil Page 1 The Text focus of the page is indicated.

The genre of the fiction or non-fiction text the pupils are reading is provided. A list of the text genres is on page x.

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The artwork illustrates and supports the text.

The learning log provides an opportunity for pupils to self-assess their reading of the text.

Pupil Page 2

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The Comprehension focus of the page is indicated.

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Comprehension questions and activities relating to the text on Pupil Page 1 are provided. The comprehension questions may relate to text structure or language features as well as text meaning.

The answers are provided on Teacher Page 3.

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The learning log provides an opportunity for pupils to self-assess their completion of the activities.

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Word Reading questions and activities relating to the text on Pupil Page 1 are provided. The main focus is the development of new vocabulary.

Pupil Page 3 The Word Reading focus of the page is indicated. A list of the word reading concepts covered is on page x.

The Mermaid of Zennor – 3 1. Which word from the text is a homophone for each word below? (a) here

(b) mist

(c) sea

(d) fete

(e) bean

(f) no

2. Circle the correct homophone in each sentence. (a) Kazim had a not / knot in his laces. (b) Do you know / no the man in the green cap? (c) Mum was sew / so happy to see / sea her son. 3. (a) Write the word missing from this part of the sentence. as he sang.

… another voice joined Matthew’s (b) The apostrophe shows that Matthew owns the

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4. (a) What sound does the letter ‘c’ make in the word ‘voice’? (b) Underline the two words with the same sound. church

clothes

such

trace

crept

entrance

music

cave

5. The verb ‘hurry’ has been changed to ‘hurried’ by adding the suffix ‘-ed’ and changing the ‘y’ to ‘i’.

The answers are provided on Teacher Page 3.

Write a new verb for ‘hurry’ by adding the suffix ‘-es’.

The learning log provides an opportunity for pupils to self-assess their completion of the activities. vi

Write Yes or No. My learning log

I know which homophone to use. I can recognise the soft ‘c’ sound. I know to change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ before adding suffixes.

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2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class  
2976IR Reading Comprehension and Word Reading 2nd class