When some children plan to brighten up their school, one class decides to make a quilt from cardboard print to hang on the wall. This non-fiction text takes the reader through the whole process, from concept to finished product. Features of the Book – Non-fiction text features – instructional text materials list, design brief, glossary, index, – Narrative procedure illustrated with photographs, – First-person narrative from a child’s point of view, – Illustrates printmaking techniques, – Problem solving, – Specialised vocabulary – design brief checklist stencils templates draft, – The link to maths skills. Purpose A Quilt with a Difference can be used to introduce and reinforce the following skills: – formulating questions, – reading and writing procedural texts, – exploring problem resolution, – using charts and diagrams to record important details. For more information please see our Lesson Plan.
Guided Reading Level21
GenreProcedure | Recount
Strategy/SkillsAsking questions | Using graphic sources