Jose hits a ball that speeds through a number of environmental settings. Features of theWhen Jose Hits That Ball Book; – The concept of direction and motion. – The frequent use of prepositions – “over”, “across”, “past”, “between”, “under”, “through”, and “around”. – The use of the possessive apostrophe. – Large, clear print and short phrases. – The changing position of the text reinforcing the idea of movement. – The various environmental settings. – The use of large, bold type for effect. Purpose When Jose Hits That Ball can be used in a guided reading setting to introduce and reinforce the following skills and strategies: -identifying the themes of the book; -discussing the relationship between cause and effect within the story; -recognising and reading one- and two-syllable words; -writing in a similar style to that of the story.
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Guided Reading Level11
Theme/TopicHumour | School and Community | Space
Strategy/SkillsAnalysing themes | Cause and effect | vocabulary and word
Dimensions165 x 145