To conclude our Literature Circles sessions you need to write a review of your text. You need to include; your book’s title, author, a summary of the story (don’t give away the ending!), and a rating out of five.
You need to draft and proof read and edit your review in your Literature Circles workbook before you publish it as a comment on this post. You should read through your summaries in your workbook to help you write your review!
Special treat for early finishers and cinematic enthusiastists: You can complete the following task…
Read each passage and then respond to the questions. Each question will ask you to make a logical inference based on textual details. Explain your answer by referencing the text.
Inferential questions ask you to Think More—to make an educated guess—to think about and beyond the information given. You regularly respond to inferential questions presented by your teachers, but can you create them! Use the resource below to assist you to create and structure a good inferential question.
Inferential Question Maker
This week we are investigating the fourth reading strategy – Recognising Cause and Effect. There is a reason for everything that happens.
What happens is the effect.
Why it happens is called the cause.
Can you think of two sentences using the formula below?
- CAUSE + EFFECT
- EFFECT + CAUSE