Stage 2 reading - Sequencing imaginative texts
Students learn to sequence events in imaginative texts. Students will identify a chronological sequence of events. Students will use vocabulary cues, such as temporal connectives, and images to accurately summarise and sequence.
- EN2-4A: Uses an increasing range of skills, strategies and knowledge to fluently read, view and comprehend a range of texts on increasingly challenging topics in different media and technologies.
- 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 in a predictable text or a given set of digital sources (comprehension); identifies connectives that develop coherence between ideas or events (tracks pronoun referencing) (see Grammar) (process)
- UnT7: monitors the development of ideas using language and visual features (topic sentences, key verbs, graphs) (comprehension)
- UnT8: uses knowledge of cohesive devices to track meaning throughout a text (connectives such as however, on the other hand) - see 'grammar' (process)
NAPLAN item descriptors
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Task 1: Sequencing events from narrative text
Students use visual and written clues from a book cover to predict what a story is about and discover what clues to use to decide the sequence (six activities)
Task 2: Applying sequencing events from narrative excerpts
Students reorganise text excerpts into the correct sequence (two activities).
Task 3: Sequencing events from comic narrative
Students organise strip to determine and justify a sequence of events (two activities).