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Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 23 Comprehension Whole Class Guided Reading

Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 23 Comprehension

Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 23 Comprehension

Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 23 Comprehension for Whole Class Guided Reading includes differentiated questions and activities based on chapter twenty-three of the popular novel by Maz Evans. In chapter 23, Elliot, Virgo, Zeus and Pegasus are suddenly with the other Gods at the Tower of London. Athene takes charge and reminds everyone of their roles. Just as she sends Elliot and Virgo with Pegasus, Hypnos shows up and uses his powers to turn the beefeaters against the Gods. Elliot steals Hypnos' trumpet to help the Gods but they still end up in a mess. Elliot watches as the Imperial State Crown is loaded into the middle truck but is distracted by Hypnos when the trucks set off. He and Virgo decide to ride Pegasus to Buckingham Palace while the other Gods are still in a muddle from their fight with Hypnos and the beefeaters.

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What's included in the pack?

This pack includes:

  • Who Let the Gods Out? Chapter 23 teacher questions and answers relevant to the chapter, differentiated challenge activities and challenge activity answers.

National Curriculum Objectives

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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