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Fiction vs Non-Fiction Sort

Fiction vs Non-Fiction Sort
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Description

Students will identify the purpose of a text, for example fiction (tells a story) or non-fiction (gives information).

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Lesson Structure
  • Individual Activity
  • Rotations / Group Work
  • Class Activity
Curriculum Codes

AC9EFLA03 9

Understand that texts can take many forms such as signs, books and digital texts

AC9E1LY03 9

Describe some similarities and differences between imaginative, informative and persuasive texts

ACELA1430 8.4

Understand that texts can take many forms, can be very short (for example an exit sign) or quite long (for example an information book or a film) and that stories and informative texts have different purposes

ACELY1658 8.4

Describe some differences between imaginative informative and persuasive texts

ENe-7B old

Recognises some different purposes for writing and that own texts differ in various ways

EN1-7B old

Identifies how language use in their own writing differs according to their purpose, audience and subject matter

ENE-UARL-01 new

Understands and responds to literature read to them

ENE-PRINT-01 new

Tracks written text from left to right and from top to bottom of the page and identifies visual and spatial features of print

EN1-UARL-01 new

Understands and responds to literature by creating texts using similar structures, intentional language choices and features appropriate to audience and purpose

VCELA141

Understand that texts can take many forms, and that imaginative and informative texts have different purposes

VCELY188

Describe some differences between imaginative, informative and persuasive texts, and identify the audience of imaginative, informative and persuasive texts

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Reviews
Sarah Quintal
Posted 5 years ago
VIC, Australia
A great resource to use when introducing nonfiction texts.