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Assessment: Comprehension and Vocabulary


A In your copy, go investigate. 1. There was no bell and no whistle. What was there instead? 2. What did the children do when Rose yelled “Form – lines”? Why? 3. Why did Rose stop Dinah in the line? 4. How was Dinah spoken to by Rose and Jeff? 5. What did Dinah say to show she was irritated? 6. Why was Dinah puzzled? Why did she not want to show it? 7. What do you think the headmaster will be like?


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B Vocabulary: Find words in the text that have the same meaning as the words listed below.


pleasantness shouted strolled chime


suddenly direct


annoyed grinning


C Cloze procedure: ‘The Demon Headmaster’. Fill in the blanks. Dinah


to go. But there was no bell. No sounds in the


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on round the playground, waiting for the bell to ring or the whistle . Nothing. Instead, quite abruptly, all


school. There on the steps stood a row of girls. They were all


tallest girl took a pace forwards. ‘Form – lines!’ she


perfect among the green.


The tallest boy on the steps walked forward. ‘Lead-in!’ he ‘Yes, Jeff,’ chorused the children.


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stopped and the children turned round to stare at the children, three boys and three


others by a large white P sewn on to their blazer


and heavily built and they were marked out from the . Without smiling, the


into the silence. ‘Yes, Rose,’ all the children said, in … Not quite sure what to do, Dinah stood by herself, a blotch of


Unit 18 | Revision and Assessment


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