The question paper will almost always present 6 points of information in just about all the formats. Remember, 6 is the magic number.
Your child must be able to extract all the 6 information points from the passage given to score the full content points. They can be merged in such a way that you do not exceed 3 paragraphs.
Increasingly, the 6 points are no longer straightforward such that they can be lifted directly from the passage given. Your child is expected to fully understand the content that is given and to infer the points.
It would be good if your child makes notes (number 1 to number 6) within the passage itself, so that he does not leave any points out.
Also, the question usually states that you may reorder the points if you want. Having stated this, I usually observed that the questions are already logically sequenced, hence, there is really no need to reorder them. But it is really up to your child.
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