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|Text: Bill’s New Frock by Anne Fine|
Lesson 1 – Read Ch 3.
crackling damp disgust gazed glanced inspecting fiery rich rosy prised slithered hem triumphantly handiwork haunted torment
Infer: What does Bill think about being painted? How do you know?
Infer: According to the text, what is the ‘pink curse’?
Lesson 2 – Read Ch 4.
enviously lavatories hoots scuttled hastily sighing with relief dawdling peer looking sharp errand outstretched palm
alphabetical order squatted imitation shudder slither slivers
Meaning ‘Everyone else looked up from their maths books and watched enviously as he left the classroom and shut the door firmly behind him. What does the word enviously suggest about how the rest of the class were feeling?
Retrieval Why does Bill use the girls’ toilet?
Meaning What words are used to explain his feelings?
Lesson 3 – Read Ch. 5
furrows scrum desperate snatched drifted sprawled shabby sniggered snorted frankly suspected in vain
Infer How could the class tell that Mrs Collins was in a bad mood at break time? Use evidence from the text.
Infer Why do you think the author uses the words ‘meant to’ when describing what happened when the comic books box came out?
Lesson 4 – Continue to read Ch. 5
spoilt lame appetite regretfully agonising threat clenched yelped striding egging on fury snarled sympathy bystanders shocking lashed out wailing sour look
Retrieval What happens when Bill can’t swap his comic?
Retrieval How do Mrs Collins and the rest of the class react to the fight?
Use these sentence starters to help explain your answer:
This shows that… This leads the reader to believe… This suggests that… This implies that… This could represent…
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