Divers’ Dream

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Divers’ Dream tells the story of an old tugboat that is moved from a museum to the sea where it is sunk and used as a place for recreational divers to visit. Features of the Divers’ Dream Book – Non-fiction text features – reports, labelled diagrams, maps with a key, glossary, index, photographs, – Sequential text and photographic sequence of events, – Quotation marks to distinguish technical terms, – Newspaper features – headline, article, letters to the editor, – Problems and solutions, – Specialised vocabulary – towed, harbours, museum, scuba diver, marine biologist, engineers, funnel, trailer, welded, – Compound words – tugboat, businessman, newspaper, everyone, portholes, fireworks, slipway, Purpose Divers’ Dream can be used to introduce and reinforce the following skills: – exploring problem resolution, – following a sequence of events, – forming and supporting opinions, – paraphrasing and summarising information.

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Themes covered in this book are: Overcoming obstacles, Sports, Leisure and Recreation

Reading Level:21-22 (Gold)

AuthorAngie Belcher

SeriesSkyrider Chapters

Year Level2


Guided Reading Level22

GenreExplanation | Procedure

Theme/TopicLeisure and Recreation | Overcoming Obstacles | Sports

Strategy/SkillsForming opinions | Making Judgments | Sequencing | Summarising

Page Count32