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Mrs Coyle

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Guided Reading - Purple (Level 20) JJ 6 Fish and Chips in Tokelau

Read this story at least two days in a row. By the third day, you should be very accurate and sound very fluent (reading smoothly, like talking). The island of Tokelau is one of our Pacific Ocean neighbours. Its name is pronounced ‘took-eh-low’. The boy in the story is called Lino (say Lee-naw). arrow Click on the first page to begin to read the book. Read each page to your parent, babysitter, or an older sibling - if you get stuck on a word, try to make the sounds in the word - if you can’t work it out, your helper can tell you the word after you’ve had a try at it. After you read each page, your helper can ask you the questions at the bottom of each page and talk about those with you. add When you have read the book two or three times, do the activity template below (with a recording mic) so I can hear how you sound as you read! OPTIONAL: follow-up task: choose one: 1. If you can find some green (unripe) bananas, get an older helper to cook them with you so you can try out some ‘hot chips’ Tokelau-style! Slice the peeled banana into 1cm slices and fry them gently in melted butter over a medium heat until golden brown on both sides. You can then share this with me by making a video video recording in which you can tell me what you thought of the taste! OR 2. Think about your favourite takeaway - what would you miss most if you were on holiday in Tokelau? Share your thoughts with me by making a video video recording in which you can tell me all about your favourite takeaway food. 😋

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

Students will edit this template:

Record yourself reading these two pages - make sure you are accurate and you make your voice sound expressive (interesting).