(paired fiction) Feroz the Unfortunate Genie (Teacher Edition - Level 27)
Same size as its related student reader, makes it easy to store, light to take home for preparation, and easy to use in guided reading. Complete page-by-page teaching lessons for explicit instruction. This teacher edition highlights the wealth of teaching opportunities contained on every page in Feroz. The curriculum links are listed below. The Teacher Edition features:
• Teacher preparation
• Pre-reading discussion
• Page-by-page lessons
• Comprehension questions (visual, literal, inferential, synthesis, connection, prediction, questioning, importance)
• Visual and title literacy
• Reading/writing models
• Language and literacy features
• In-context independent activities
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Use for ENGLISH CURRICULUM Examining Literature
• Year 1: “Discuss features of plot, character and setting in different types of literature and explore some features of characters in different texts.” ACARA ACELT 1584
• Year 2: “Discuss the characters and settings of different texts and explore how language is used to present these features in different ways.” ACARA ACELT 1591
• Year 3: “Discuss how language is used to describe the settings in texts, and explore how the settings shape the events and influence the mood of the narrative.” ACARA ACELT 1599
VICTORIAN ENGLISH CURRICULUM 'Examining Literature' and 'Texts in Context'
(VCELY 220, LEVEL 2) Texts in Context "Discuss different texts on a similar topic, identifying similarities and differences between the texts."
(VCELT 219, LEVEL 2) Examining Literature "Discuss the characters and settings of different texts and explore how language is used to present these features in different ways."
(VCELT 253, LEVEL 3) Examining Literature "Discuss how language is used to describe the settings in texts, and explore how the settings shape the events and influence the mood of the narrative."