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The big game

The Big Game By Sue Gibbison

School Journal Part 3, Number 1, 2007 

Finding Information

List 7 things (conditions) the children did for Mum to say ‘yes’ to the rugby. 

Fold the clothes, put them away, hang your school bag, empty our lunch boxes, we have to make our beds, and set the bags, Set the table, Make our beds.


What did Mum wish?

Mum wished there was a big game often.


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

 So they could be early for the game.


Where were the children’s seats? 

In the middle of the front row.


What feelings did the children feel?

 excited,  happy, crazy. 


How do we know that the children were watching the players carefully?

 They would study every detail about them before the game,and they would never miss a minute of the game.


Why did people text their friends?

 To find out where they are sitting


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

They would want to watch the whole game and not miss like a try or surprise.


Which words tell us the children watched the game all the time? 

(Use speech marks).

The kids would said “That their eyes were glued to the game”

 

How many points are scored for a try?

5 or 4

 

How many points are scored for a conversion?

2 

 

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

to ask them for a autograph


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