Stage 3 reading - Sequencing events
Students will learn to sequence language and events by connecting contextual and language clues to chronological order.
- EN3-3A: uses integrated range of skills, strategies and knowledge to read, view and comprehend a wide range of texts in different media and technologies
National Literacy Learning Progression
- UnT8: reads and views some moderately complex texts (comprehension); skims and scans texts for key words to identify main idea (process)
- UnT9: interprets and integrates visual, auditory and print elements of multimodal texts (comprehension); uses processes such as predicting, confirming predictions, monitoring, and connecting relevant elements of the text to build or repair meaning (process)
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.
Shades of meaning
Students sequence words from most to least along a word cline.
Sequencing nonfiction texts – History of chocolate
Students sequence information in various nonfiction texts.
Sequencing events in a narrative
Students sequence information in various narrative texts.
Sequencing information texts
Students learn to sequence an information text, identifying language that indicates order (connectives) and key vocabulary.
Students sequence information in a text using graphic organisers.