Stage 4 reading - Sequencing
Students learn to sequence events in a range of texts, connecting contextual clues and grammatical elements to order ideas and events.
- EN4-1A: responds to and composes texts for understanding, interpretation, critical analysis, imaginative expression and pleasure
- EN4-2A: effectively uses a widening range of processes, skills, strategies and knowledge for responding to and composing texts in different media and technologies.
National Literacy Learning Progression
- UnT9: identifies the main themes or concepts in moderately complex texts (comprehension); summarises the text identifying key details (comprehension); selects reading/viewing pathways appropriate to reading purpose (scans text for key phrase or close reading for learning) (process)
- UnT10: synthesises information from a variety of complex texts (comprehension); reads and views moderately complex or some sophisticated texts - see text complexity (comprehension)
- UnT11: derive a generalisation from abstract ideas in texts (comprehension); identifies relevant and irrelevant information in texts (process)
NAPLAN item descriptors
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Task 1: Using vocabulary to sequence
Students use temporal and causal connectives and conjunctions to sequence events (four activities).
Task 2: Sequencing events
Students use temporal and causal connectives and conjunctions to verbally recount the events in advertisements (two activities).
Task 3: Sequencing informative texts
Students highlight words in a text showing the order in which the events took place. Using these events, students write a sequence of sentences that use temporal and causal connectives and conjunctions (three activities).