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  1. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper • will have questions on: • comprehension • inference • organisation • the author’s intentions • how the author has written the text…

  2. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper The big questions often tell you the answers… • How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of • his comments about Spiderman; • his description of the police chase; • his description of the sedan car which was being chased.

  3. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper The big questions often tell you the answers… All you do is EXPLAIN them… • … which you do like this: • One paragraph for each idea, including: • a. Point (dry stone wall) • Facts • Quote (explain it) • Explain

  4. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of his comments about Spiderman; The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Facts Quote (explain it) Explain Point (dry stone wall) Facts Quote (explain it) Explain

  5. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of his comments about Spiderman; The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. Quote (explain it) Explain The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Facts Quote (explain it) Explain

  6. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of his comments about Spiderman; The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, Quote (explain it) Explain The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. Quote (explain it) Explain

  7. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of his comments about Spiderman; The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, which means he was going very fast. Explain The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, Quote (explain it) Explain

  8. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of his comments about Spiderman; The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, which means he was going very fast. This makes him interesting because… The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, which means he was going very fast. Explain

  9. Revising for the English SATs Reading paper How does the author try to capture our interest in the events of his story? You should comment on the effects of his comments about Spiderman; The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, which means he was going very fast. This makes him interesting because… The author tries to capture our interest by his comments about Spiderman. Spiderman goes on patrol, he helps the police, he flies through the air on web-lines. The author says: ‘a red-and-blue blur’, which means he was going very fast. This makes him interesting because… [think of 2 ideas]