These 2 lessons are part of a 20 lesson scheme of work based on the book Holes. To find out more about the Scheme please follow the link:
Pupils have a short introduction to the book Holes it encourages students to make predictions about the book and assesses their comprehension of the first two chapters through a fun interactive quiz. Pupils will then learn to use their comprehension and analysis skills to interpret what a character might be like and how they might look. By the end of the lesson pupil’s will have created a character profile for the main character using the text to make assumptions about the character.
Pupils will learn how to use P.E.E to structure their arguments in their writing. This lesson also encourages pupils to further use their analysis skills to interpret what a character might be like through a fun Sherlock Holmes themed activity. After pupils will analyse a piece of text to identify information about the characters and write arguments based on what they have interpreted from the book.
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