Lesson 1: Summarising.
Which is the best summary?
A is the best one! It has just the key points. It tells you what happened, but without too much detail.
NOW IT'S YOUR TIME!
Read along, to discover all the adventures of
Then practise summarising what happened.
1. Read along to the story.
2. Pick out the key parts.
3. Write this up as a summary (either as a paragraph, or using bullet points)
Lesson 2: Predicting
Traction Man always finds danger, but some how manages to solve the problem.
However, right at the end of the story, this is the last picture!
Use clues from through out the book to make sensible predictions about what could come next.
For example -
Would it be a good prediction for him to start baking a cake? Do we have any evidence that he bakes cakes? Is this something he would do?
Lesson 3, 4 and 5: Reading Comprehension
For the Reading Comprehensions, make sure you continue to use R.E.D
Work through the reading comprehensions below.
You can choose which ones you do and which in which order.
Question types explained