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The big game

WALT - To find information in the text

The Big Game 



The Big Game

By Sue Gibbison

School Journal Part 3, Number 1, 2007


Finding Information

  1. List 7 things (conditions) the children did for Mum to say ‘yes’ to the rugby. They had to fold their own clothes, hang their school bags, empty their own lunch box and make their bed and set the table for meals. 

  2. What did Mum wish?

 Mum wished there would be games more often.

  1. Why did Mum pick them up early from school that day? 

She was stressing out.

  1. Where were the children’s seats? 

  2. They found seats in the middle of the front row.

  3. What feelings did the children feel? 

They were feeling crazy, happy and excited

  1. How do we know that the children were watching the players carefully? Their eyes were glued to the game.

  2. Why did people text their friends? 

To find out where their friends were sitting were sitting.

  1. How do we know there were lots of hungry people there? 

They were still lining up for hot chips and other foods

  1. Which words tell us the children watched the game all the time? (Use speech marks).

”Our eyes were glued to the game from the start to the finish”

  1.  How many points are scored for a try? 

Tries in rugby score them 5 points.

  1.  How many points are scored for a conversion? 

Conversions in rugby are scored for 2 points. 

  1.  What was the part, the children were really waiting for? 

BATo sign their programs.



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