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Monsoon Flood

by Anne Ingram

School Journal, Part 2 Number 2, 2009

Readability (based on noun frequency) 8.5–9.5 years

Overview

“Monsoon Flood” tells the dramatic fictional story of a young boy who is swept away in a flood and then rescued by an elephant.

Told in the present tense and the first person, with vivid use of language, this is a story you may want to read aloud (or have students read aloud) for enjoyment and to prompt creative responses before doing any detailed examination of the text.

This text includes:

• some compound and complex sentences, which may consist of two or three clauses;

• some words and phrases that are ambiguous or unfamiliar to the students, the meaning of which is supported by the context or clarified by photographs, illustrations, diagrams, and/or written explanations;

• a straightforward text structure;

• figurative language, such as metaphors, similes, or personification;

• some abstract ideas that are clearly supported by concrete examples in the text or easily linked to the students’ prior knowledge;

• some places where information and ideas are implicit and where students need to make inferences based on information that is easy to find because it is nearby in the text and there is little or no competing information.

Reading standard, end of year 4

Options for curriculum contexts

English (level 2, language features)

• Show some understanding of how language features are used for effect within and across texts.

The arts (level 2, dance, Developing Ideas)

• Use the elements of dance in purposeful ways to respond to a variety of stimuli.

The arts (level 2, visual arts, Communicating and Interpreting)

• Share the ideas, feelings, and stories communicated by their own and others’ objects and images.

Key competencies

• Thinking

• Using language,…...

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