Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 2 Comprehension Whole Class Guided Reading

Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 2 Comprehension

Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 2 Comprehension

This Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 2 Comprehension for Whole Class Guided Reading includes differentiated questions and activities based on the second chapter of the popular novel by Maz Evans. We recommend using this novel with Year 5 & Year 6. In this chapter, Elliot arrives home and is ambushed by his neighbour, Patricia, who wants to speak to Elliot’s mum. Elliot lies to Patricia about his mother being ill to get her to leave. When Elliot finally gets into his house, he realises that his mother is missing.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Who let the gods out? Chapter 2 teacher questions and answers relevant to the chapter, differentiated challenge activities and challenge activity answers.
  • Interactive pupil version to use on any device with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

National Curriculum Objectives

English Year 5 & Year 6: Discuss and evaluate how authors use language, including figurative language, considering the impact on the reader

English Year 5 & Year 6: Understand what they read by drawing inferences such as inferring characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions, and justifying inferences with evidence

Level of this Pack:

Age: 9-11
England: Year 5 and Year 6
Scotland: Primary 6 and Primary 7
Wales: Year 5 and Year 6
Australia: Year 4 and Year 5/Grade 4 and Grade 5

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  1. Is the text not available for this work. I would not have started the first chapter if I had known this. Could you let me know which whole class guided reading for year 5 you provide including a text. I’m unsure how we can do guided reading without the text included.

    Sheila Leat

    November 13, 2018

    • Hi Sheila, You will need the book to hand to use the questions and activities that support the chapters for this work. To find guided reading texts that have the text ready available, you can click on search at the top of our homepage, then ‘search all resources’ in orange. This will take you to our filter. In topic/skill type in ‘Original Texts’ and tick the box when it comes up. Then you can narrow down to Year group, Level, Topic etc. Hope this helps. Emily 🙂

      Classroom Secrets

      November 14, 2018

    • Hi I’m usually impressed with the classroom resources materials. I am,however, a little disappointed that the text isn’t available as I too planned chapter 1. Perhaps this could be made a little clearer?


      February 25, 2019

      • Good morning,
        Thank you for taking the time to contact us.
        The reason that we do not provide the entire text is that we do not own the copyright in order to publish the entire text.
        Where possible and appropriate we do provide links to free extracts of the text (as per chapter 1).
        With regards your feedback on making this clear I can confirm that I have passed this information onto the appropriate teams.
        If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us via email on [email protected] and a member of the team will be more than happy to help you.
        Jack – Customer Service Administrator @ Classroom Secrets.

        Jack Watson

        February 26, 2019

  2. Hi, I can’t find the extract for the second chapter. I do have the book but thought this might be provided as it was with chapter 1. Thank you.

    Sue Jones

    September 4, 2017

    • Hi Sue,

      We don’t provide any texts for our published books resources. In some cases publishers provide free extracts from their books for people to sample. We only provide links to these when they are freely available online. The publishers free samples are usually just the first chapter and so in this case only the first chapter is free.

      Jill (Primary ICT Teacher)

      September 5, 2017

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