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Sentence Starters

Sentence Starters
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Description

Made by request, this set of 16 sentence starters provides excellent assistance for young writers.

Curriculum Codes

AC9EFLA05 9

Recognise that sentences are key units for expressing ideas

AC9EFLY14 9

Read and write some high-frequency words and other familiar words

ACELA1435 8.4

Recognise that sentences are key units for expressing ideas

ACELA1817 8.4

Know how to read and write some high-frequency words and other familiar words

ENe-9B old

Demonstrates developing skills and knowledge in grammar, punctuation and vocabulary when responding to and composing texts

ENe-5A old

Demonstrates developing skills in using letters, simple sound blends and some sight words to represent known words when spelling

ENE-OLC-01 new

Communicates effectively by using interpersonal conventions and language with familiar peers and adults

ENE-VOCAB-01 new

Understands and effectively uses Tier 1 words and Tier 2 words in familiar contexts

ENE-RECOM-01 new

Comprehends independently read texts using background knowledge, word knowledge and understanding of how sentences connect

ENE-SPELL-01 new

Applies phonological, orthographic and morphological generalisations and strategies to spell taught familiar and high-frequency words when creating texts

ENE-PHOKW-01 new

Uses single-letter grapheme–phoneme correspondences and common digraphs to decode and encode words when reading and creating texts

ENE-REFLU-01 new

Reads decodable texts aloud with automaticity

VCELA143

Recognise that sentences are key units for expressing ideas

VCELA157

Understand that spoken sounds and words can be written and know how to write some high-frequency words and other familiar words including their name

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Reviews
Michele Fitzpatrick
Posted 13 years ago
NSW, Australia
This is agreat resource for young children who struggle to get started and waste a lot of time thinking. They can get started and feel like their on the go. The children loved them and so did I. Michele
cheryl burnett
Posted 13 years ago
NT, Australia
These are fantastic to use with reluctant writers. By brainstorming some ideas, I then give these to some of my male students. Thank you, Cheryl = Darwin NT Oz.