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Reading for new phrases Critical Reading Critical Comments Comment two other blogs Assignment
Chapter 2 p22,23 His speech was never very delicate but Matilda was used to it. She also knew that he liked to boast and she would egg him on shamelessly. Customers are there to be diddled.
Chapter 3 p32,33 In an effort to save face, he adopted a casual attitude hoping that his staff would think that he actually meant to keep his hat on all day long just for the heck of it, like gangsters do in the films. What in heaven’s name are you talking about?
Chapter 4 p41, p43 Most children in Matilda’s place would have burst into floods of tears. She seemed to know that neither crying nor sulking ever got anyone anywhere. This wasn’t so easy, but she managed it in the end.
Critical Reading The reader rereads a text to identify patterns of elements -- information, values, and language usage-- throughout the discussion. Critical thinking involves bringing outside knowledge and values to bear and evaluate the presentation and decide what to ultimately accept.
Critical Roald Dahl Dahl uses language to criticize the human flaws and societal fallacies like insatiability, materialism, faulty authority, and class distinctions.
Critical Comment Critical comments help to make your point more clear and more emphasizing. Critical comments help your friends go beyond their ability.
How to comment critically? Agreement (subject & verb, tense) Spelling/ Punctuation/ Capital, Small letters Does it make sense? Is it logical?
assignment week 2 Learning Journal new phrases, words / content -I learned a new phrase ‘as soon as’. It means right after doing something. Ex) As soon as she comes home, Mother prepares for dinner. -Mrs. Phelps is impressed with Matilda’s love of reading, so she guides her for greater books. I just want to guide my students to taste how pleasurable learning is. Comment critically at other two blogs Answer to the comments Read chapter 6, 7, 8 and Sum it up.
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