Разработка заданий к книге для домашнего чтения "Dead Man's Island" by John Escott (серия Oxford Bookworms Library, Stage 2), 5-7 классы
Reading is an interactive process of constructing meaning. It involves connecting a new text to that which is already understood (prior knowledge). BDA (Before-During-After Reading) strategies are used to get students to activate existing knowledge, thereby creating a mental framework to which a new text, terms, ideas, etc. can be attached. This mental framework is begun before reading even begins, strengthened as students interact with the text during the reading, and reflected upon after reading as students incorporate what they have just read into their core knowledge.
This is a set of activities for the book “Dead Man’s Island” by John Escott (серия Oxford Bookworms Library, Stage 2).
"Before" strategies activate students' prior knowledge and set a purpose for reading. "During" strategies help students make connections, monitor their understanding, generate questions, and stay focused. "After" strategies provide students an opportunity to summarize, question, reflect, discuss, and respond to text.
Summary of the book
Mr Ross lives on an island where no visitors come. He stops people from taking photographs of him. He is young and rich, but he looks sad. And there is one room in the house which is always locked.
Carol Sanders and her mother come to the island to work for Mr Ross. Carol soon decides that there is something very strange about Mr Ross. Where did he get his money from? How can a young man buy an island? So she watches, and she listens – and one night she learns what is behind the locked door.
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Автор: Михалина Елена Викторовна
03.09.2011 1 4323 692
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