Learning To Read 2

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The Gruffalo
The mouse is the hero - unusual as mice is usually the prey. Breaks usual steroype to be expected thus suggesting a moral or implied meaning for children to absorb.
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Gruffalo
Phonological feature
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Phonology
The monster's name - Interesting. Echoes a real animals name (Buffalo) and the adjective (Gruff) has semantic connotations of grumpiness or badness.
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Children Stories usually find....
Rhyme, Rhythm, Flowingness - Read in a particular way with the rhythm of the voice. Helps them by having patterns to predict what the words are going to be.
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Phonetic Phonological Device are used....
as in the line end - rhymes (wood/good) This helps the children to remember words when hearing the the text rhyme.
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Phonology (2)
Gruffalo contains rhymic patterns and alliteration 'terrible tusks' - make them aware/prepare them of the other words for the same sort of thing.
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Direct Speech
Most of the text is dialogue. Designed to help create interesting animal voices (by parents)
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Graphology
Image on the left hand side of the book so that it's the first thing that the children can see and picture the scene before it's been read to them on the right. Encourages child to read left to right. (Normal Practice)
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What Do You Readers Need To Know?
Repeat the relationship between graphemes and sounds.
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What Do You Readers Need To Know?
Have cohesion with different parts being interconnected.
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What Do You Readers Need To Know?
Are organised in particular ways, using headings, page number.
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What Do You Readers Need To Know?
Are organised differently.
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