閱讀護照 Reading Passport
Mission 1: Reading English
Dear Young Adventurer, our adventure starts now! We are at the first stop.
To complete the first mission, you just have to read English storybooks and write about each book you read in one of our Reading Notes. Every book you read and write about will earn you one point.
Don't know what to read? Look at what's in your school library, or go to one of Tainan's public libraries, where you'll find the whole set of Peter Rabbit books and the newest Ladybird readers. You can also visit"Learning Resources," where we present many e-books for you to choose from.
If you need more Reading Notes, you can download them at the link below. Complete one more of the Reading Notes and you will earn one more point. The more books you read, the more points you get, and the better your chance of being crowned as the Reading Master in your class!
Explanation of Reading Notes
Young Adventurer, after you finish reading an English storybook, write about it in one of the Reading Notes. You will earn one point for each of the Reading Notes you complete.
How to write the Reading Notes? All you have to do is write down the book's name, author and publisher, answer the questions, and then draw a picture of your favorite thing in the story or write down your favorite passage in the book.
What you need to put in the Reading Notes will depend on the school grade you are going to enter after the summer:
Grade 3: Share your feelings about the book and your favorite character, and draw a picture of your favorite part of the storyline or your favorite character in the story.
Grades 4 and 5: Share your feelings about the book and your favorite character, and write down the passage in the story that you liked best or that made the deepest impression on you (at least 30 words).
Grade 6: Share your feelings about the book and your favorite character, and write down the passage in the story that you liked best or that made the deepest impression on you (at least 50 words).