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Private Peaceful Lesson 1 - Introduction

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Transcript of Private Peaceful Lesson 1 - Introduction

L/O -
To develop skills of inference and deduction (Reading AF3)
Private Peaceful


1. Pick a character to create a Twitter account for.
Plenary
Watch the trailer for this term’s unit of work, on Private Peaceful by Michael Morpugo. Then answer these questions:

a. What do you predict the story will be about?

b. What do you predict will happen in the first chapter?

c. What questions do you have about the story?

Can I predict effectively?
They’ve gone now, and I’m alone at last. I have the whole night ahead of me, and I won’t waste a single moment of it. I shan’t sleep it away. I won’t dream it away either. I mustn’t, because every moment of it will be far too precious.

I want to try and remember everything, just as it was, just as it happened. I’ve had nearly eighteen years of yesterdays and tomorrows, and tonight I must remember as many of them as I can. I want tonight to be as long, as long as my life, not filled with fleeting dreams that rush me on towards dawn.

Tonight, more than any other night of my life, I want to feel alive.
Use two
colours
- annotate the front cover, and the opening paragraphs with any evidence that can help you predict what will happen in the
story,
or in
chapter 1
Here are the key
Events from ch1

See if you can put
Them in the right
Order.
Chapter 1…
As we read, re-order the events, if you need to.
Reading ch1
WELCOME BACK!
What have you done over summer?
What have you read over summer?
I will make progress if I do the following:
Articulate my predictions in full sentences.
Show inference through annotations of the book cover and chapter 1.
Be PROUD of our books
1 Look at the first sentence: ‘They’ve gone now, and I’m alone at last.’ Who do you think ‘they’ are? How do you think the narrator feels about them?


2 What can you tell about the narrator? Pick out details from the text and explain what inferences you can make about Tommo.


3 What does Tommo mean when he says the night ahead is ‘precious’? What clues from the passage tell you this?


4 Why do you think Tommo wants to remember everything?


5 Look at the following quotation: ‘not filled with fleeting dreams that rush me on towards dawn’. Why do you think the writer has chosen the words?

‘fleeting’ and ‘rush’?


6. What impression do you get of the situation Tommo is in? Refer to details from the text in your answer.


WW1 MUSIC
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