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June 13 Unfamiliar Text. Interpreting the Question 1. Draw the table in your books including the text 2. Draw a 2 nd blank table underneath it. Questions to Choose From Each table choose one question.

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June 13 unfamiliar text

June 13Unfamiliar Text


Interpreting the Question1.Draw the table in your books including the text2. Draw a 2nd blank table underneath it


Questions to choose from each table choose one question
Questions to Choose FromEach table choose one question

  • Describe at least one important conflict in the text. Explain why the conflict helped you to understand a key idea.

  • Describe the most important relationship in the text. Explain how this relationship influences events.

  • Describe the setting of your text and explain with detailed reasons how this setting is important.

  • Explain an important idea in the text and give detailed reasons why it was important.

  • Describe a symbol or significant object of importance in the text. Explain with detailed reasons why the symbol or significant object was important.


Read poem
Read Poem

Title: SHOVED AT MEMORIAL PARK

A big kid is eyeballing my son.

The big kid is four years old.

I hate him already.

Fletcher is two and a half,

Trip-tropping over the playground,

A tiny fish on a busy reef.


Whirling colours of children

Swirling over ladders, platforms, slides,

Riding and fighting for the eddies.

Fletcher in baggy shorts,

Finding the gaps

For a quiet turn on things.

He knows about stairs and ovens and knives

But who is this large

And fierce boy?

From the shadows of his oversized cap

He watches the talk,

The nudge and then

The shove.

Noisy fish flapping overhead.

My son at the bottom of a hard new world



Now Complete the Last Column in the Table That you Drew in Your BooksEach table will answer different information according to their questionIn five minutes, we will hear back from each group so that we can all answer all the questions about this poem.


Information needed
Information Needed? Your Books

  • One important conflict? A key idea?

  • The most important relationship ? Relationship influences events?

  • Setting? Reasons why important?

  • An important idea? Reasons why important?

  • A symbol of importance? Reasons why important?


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