Step 5 Return to small groups to share what has changed over the years.
Readability The authors of this unit are avid print readers but found the e Book readability a bonus – it was quicker to read, could be read in any light, and easy to bookmark and highlight on the go on an i Pad or mobile phone.
Text size and brightness are adjustable, and whenever the e Book is reopened, the reader is taken immediately to the last page read.
The following functions and features of e Books may be particularly useful for this literary study or others.
However, the activities designed for this unit can be also adjusted for those using print copies of Looking for Alibrandi.
Please note that it is not yet available for all books but if it is available, it will appear in bold.
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Other reader responses Readers will notice that some lines and passages within e Books are underlined with dots.
Bookmark function This allows readers to mark key pages, indicate shifts in narrative structure or simply identify a spot they need to return to later to reread.
Alternatively, teachers might direct students to bookmark certain pages prior to reading to signal that this is a page demanding special consideration.
Finally, students address the following with reference to the novel: Step 1 Students work in groups and carry out e Book searches for a designated character (ensuring that all key characters are covered across groups).
Students find adjectives and then the verbs, adverbs and physical features to build a word list profile of the character.