Here are five fictional diary accounts of World War Two with questions and answers provided. They consist of:
*PEARL HARBOUR from the point of view of a young American fighter pilot.
*THE BLITZ from the point of view of an American nurse.
*D-DAY from the point of view of an American corporal.
*THE HOLOCAUST from the point of view of a young Jewish girl in Auschwitz.
*VICTORYOVER JAPAN from the point of view of a senior military aide who gave the order to drop the atomic bomb.
This collection of five guided reading activities, aimed at children aged 10-13 years old, tests children’s inference and deduction skills. It will also promote reflective and engaging classroom discussion as children explore these stories of great historical significance for themselves.
Each activity has questions and answers, with an indication of how many marks are on offer at the end of each question. This is particularly helpful for children preparing for reading tests and exams, encouraging them to give fuller answers where required.
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I have compiled a number of other comprehensions that you may be interested in. I’m sure your students would love to find out about these exciting stories.
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The above titles are also all featured in my Mega Comprehension bundle:
Mega Text Bundle
You should also check out the following comprehensions, which are not part of the bundle:
Stories of Survival
World War Two Diaries
Around the World in 8 Days
The Day the World Stood Still
Stars of Rio 2016
Festivals of the World
The Elf Who Saved Christmas
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