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Name  the  collectiv e noun  for a  group of  birds. FLYING HIGH – WONDERFUL WINGS  2002 AF2 True or False? Support with evidence.  a) Aeroplanes need to travel at great speed to become  airborne?  b) birds need to move their wings to stop them falling. c) a birds wings are a tiny bit arched on the tip. d) large birds have to flap their wings more than small  birds. e) plane’s wings have to be designed differently to stop  them falling from the sky.  AF3  a) Which words describe what the birds need to take off  and stay in flight?  b) In ‘How Birds Fly’ which words tell us that the bird  has to move it’s wings to fly? c) What tells us that gliders are similar to planes? d) Which word tells us that a plane is aerodynamic? e) What propels a plane forward?  AF5  a) Is the writer an expert on this subject? Give reasons 
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Unformatted text preview: for your answer. b) Why do you think the author has chosen the birds sparrow and seagull as examples? c) Skim and scan to find something thats not a fact but the authors opinion. d) Why do you think the author chose the title Wonderful Wings? e) What does the word thrust tell us about how the plane moves? AF4 a) Name 2 ways the main body of text has been separated. b) Why have the text and graphics been arranged in this way on page 5? c) What is the significance of bullet points? d) Why has the title been written in white with a black background? e) look at the word doesnt in the 2 nd paragraph and birds in the 3 rd paragraph. How have the apostrophes been used here? For use with Flying High SATs Booklet...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 321 taught by Professor Profneeley during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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