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Simples quizzes & exercises for English & literacy
 
Four Kids, Three Cats, Two Cows, One Witch (Maybe) by Siobhán Parkinson

1. The Story
Characters & Places (Anagram Flash)

Context & Writing ('Hoop Shoot' Flash)

2. Punctuation, etc.
Sequencing a paragraph (p.30) - matching exercise (Flash)
3. Vocabulary
New Vocabulary in Author's Note
a. Defining Words - matching exercise (Flash) b. Using Words in Context - cloze exercise (htm)

4. Research

Siobhan Parkinson: OneTwoThreeFour01 - Sequitur for complex sentences 
NB. Also download to the same directory 02, 03 and 04

Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

Study units: 1. Planning & Worksheets 2. Researching Ireland

1. Context (Flash)

Chapters 1 & 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapters 5 & 6

2. Anagrams (Flash)

Characters

Places

Weapons & gadgets

The Battle below Giltspur by Cormac MacRaois

Study units: Battle below Giltspur - Bridging Unit 1   Mystery & Magic 1 - MacRaois & Garner

Mystery & Magic 2 - Responses   Mystery & Magic 3 - Redfire

1. Context

Opening paragraphs: cloze exercise

Chapter 2 - true or false: Level1   Level 2

2. Anagrams (Flash)

Characters

'The Quest for Aideen', Celtic Magic Tales by Liam Mac Uistin, pp 9-25
Adjectives & direct speech