Stage 2 reading - Identify setting
Students will learn to identify the setting for a narrative. By the end of the activity, students will understand how to locate specific information in a text to identify a setting in a narrative text.
- EN2-8B: Identifies and compares different kinds of texts when reading and viewing and shows an understanding of purpose, audience and subject matter
National Literacy Learning Progression
- UnT6: locates specific information a predictable print text or a given set of digital sources. (comprehension); identifies common features in similar texts (photographs in informative texts) (process)
- UnT7: identifies the purpose of predictable texts and moderately complex texts (comprehension); identifies simple language and text features that signal purpose (diagrams, dialogue) (process); uses common signposting devices such as headings, subheadings, paragraphs, navigation bars and links to navigate texts (process)
- UnT8: reads and views some moderately complex texts (comprehension)
NAPLAN item descriptors
The relevant NAPLAN item descriptors are included in the resource, available for download on this page.
Full task descriptions are included in the resource, available for download on this page.
Setting the scene
Students spend time visualise and building images, recording what they notice and spend time building vocabulary.
Identifying settings in texts
Students identify real and imaginary settings in texts and discuss the clues which indicate ‘where’ and ‘when’