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Tell The Story - Oral Language Sequencing

Tell The Story - Oral Language Sequencing
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English Creating Literature
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Description

On each card, students are presented with 3 images in chronological order. They are then required to either tell the story orally. You can incorporate the words 'before' and 'after' to consolidate this concept of time or to practise forming complex sentences. e.g. The man mixed the dough before he put the bread in the oven. The man ate the bread after he took it out of the oven. Another alternative is to separate each card and ask students to place the cards in chronological order before telling the story.

Curriculum Codes

AC9EFLE05 9

Retell and adapt familiar literary texts through play, performance, images or writing

ACELT1580 8.4

Retell familiar literary texts through performance, use of illustrations and images

ENe-10C old

Thinks imaginatively and creatively about familiar topics, simple ideas and the basic features of texts when responding to and composing texts

ENE-OLC-01 new

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

ENE-RECOM-01 new

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

ENE-CWT-01 new

Creates written texts that include at least 2 related ideas and correct simple sentences

ENE-UARL-01 new

Understands and responds to literature read to them

VCELT159

Retell familiar literary texts through performance, use of illustrations and images

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Reviews
Kerrie Cataldi
Posted 13 years ago
NSW, Australia
My year 1 class love to use these and make up elaborate stories to match the pictures, great resource!
Tanya Annear-Walker
Posted 13 years ago
VIC, Australia
I'm constantly on the look out for teaching ideas around oral language. This resource is fantastic! I've already got heaps of ideas of how to use it in the classroom just from looking at it! THANKS
Gayle Vecchio
Posted 5 years ago
, Australia
A super helpful resource!-great to strengthen children's understanding of story structures.