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Curipod lesson about topic "reading "

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1. Word cloud
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What is your favorite book?
2. Slide
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Reading helps you understand the world around you. Reading strengthens your imagination. Regular reading can help improve your writing skills.
Why Reading is Important
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understand: To comprehend or grasp the meaning of something. imagination: The ability to create mental images or ideas of things that are not real. writing skills: The ability to arrange words and sentences to communicate a message.
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The world record for the fastest book reader is held by American Steve Tulloch, who read War and Peace in 4 hours and 53 minutes. The longest novel ever written is Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, with over 9,000 pages. Figures from 2015 showed that in the UK, a third of adults hadn't read a book since school.
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5. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What was your favorite part of the reading today, and why?
6. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What did you learn from today's reading that you can apply to your own life?
7. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a crazy picture of a unicorn flying on a rainbow while eating ice cream!
8. Poll
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What is the best way to become a better reader?
  • Watch TV
  • Listen to music
  • Read more books
  • Play video games
9. Poll
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What type of books should you read to become a better reader?
  • Fantasy
  • Mystery
  • Non-fiction
  • Romance
10. Poll
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What is one strategy that can help you become a better reader?
  • Write a summary of the book
  • Speed read the book
  • Read out loud
  • Skim the book
11. Poll
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What is an example of a non-fiction book?
  • Harry Potter
  • The Cat in the Hat
  • The Great Gatsby
  • The Story of the Solar System
12. Poll
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What is the most important thing you can do to become a better reader?
  • Listen to audiobooks
  • Take frequent breaks
  • Practice reading
  • Look up big words

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