Reading Log – Week 1 – Term3

Hello this is my weekly reading log.

The book I am currently reading is “Worlds Worst Children” by David Walliams.

The genres I would like to read this term are comedy because I enjoy reading funny books, fiction narrative so I can learn some fact about a certain topic and science fiction because I have never read those types of books.The reading routine I will follow this term is the same as last term, that routine is to read every night I like this routine because I keep my books next to my bed which reminds me when I get into bed. The other reading goal I have is to read from at least three different authors to see other types of writing from different people.

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Year 6 Reading Log – Term 1, Week 6/7

Hello in this post I will complete my Home learning for week 6.

Book titles read this week….

I have read Nightmares.

Responding to Reading…. 

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Watching Words:  Locate 6 interesting words from the books you read this week. These might be words that challenged you, words that were new or words that describe the characters/setting etc well. Write a short definition of these words.

While reading my book and searching for strange or difficult words the only one I have found so far is tranquility used in the context Tranquility Tonight and Tranquility Tonic at first I was not certain of the meaning I searched it in a dictionary here is what I found

noun

quality or state of being tranquil; calmness; peacefulness; quiet; serenity.

As I read further into the book I will add into this post other words I find.

 

Hello in this post I will be defining some words that I have encountered throughout the week that I didn’t understand. The reason I am continuing this post is because the task is the same as last week.

The first word I have come across this week is clotheshorse at first a had no idea what this word meant back after finding it in a dictionary I discovered the definition which is “a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance”.

The other word I have found is redoubt meaning “a small, often temporary defensive fortification” fortunately I did not understand fortification either so that adds another word to the list. After finding out that fortification meant “something that fortifies or protects I no can understand the other strange word.

If I happen to come across any other words I can’t understand I will add to this post.