During read and respond, Year 5 have been justifying our inferences using the A.P.E format to ensure we are providing and explaining the evidence we have located in the text.
2020/21 Year 5 are ensuring they listen carefully and follow the text, use the text effectively to answer define questions and work hard to complete the challenge in cracking comprehension.
2020/21 Year 5 are summarising the positives and negatives that the family we are reading about in Kensuke’s Kingdom are facing during their travels.
2020/21 Year 5 working on our retrieval skills in cracking comprehension.
Year 6 using their speaking and listening skills to practise reading a story to a different audience.
Year 6 using their inference skills to organise their wordless book
Year 5 have been brainstorming ideas about how a characters feelingshave changed throughout the story. We then used this information to write a comparison.
Year 5 have been working hard in read and respond. We have focussed on our inference skills, using A.P.E as a structure for providing justifications for our inferences.
Year 5 really enjoyed reading and interpreting precepts then creating some of our own.
Year 5 looked back over the story we have read so far and discussed the developing relationship between the main character and his now best friend.
Year 5 exploring how the author’s choice of vocabulary and language devices builds up a character description.
Year 5 engrossed in books linked to our topic and novels from our silver and gold book collection.
Year 5 worked in groups to map out a timeline of a war started between characters. We then made predictions as to what would happen after the demise of the war.
Year 5 have been perfecting our skimming skills, reading through a text at speed to retrieve the information we are searching for.
Year 5 are busy making inferences across a text ensuring they justify their answers with evidence.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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