Book Detectives

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We’re reading Tom Crean: Ice Man – The Adventures of an Irish Antarctic Hero by Michael Smith. 

When we read a chapter in the book, we take on a Book Detective role to explore the story further. The roles include Summariser, Word Finder, Question Master and Style Seeker. We’re getting better at working in a team, thinking more deeply about our reading material and sharing our ideas.