Students will work towards becoming literate. They will practice their emerging skills, knowledge and understandings in all forms of communication.
Students will understand that narrative is a way of sharing and learning about life experiences.
- Learning sequence – narrative Early Stage 1 (DOCX 284KB)
Focus on character
Students will understand the important concept of character in narrative as a driver of the action, a function in the plot, a way of engaging or positioning a reader or as a way of representing its thematic concerns
- Learning sequence – character Early Stage 1 (DOCX 119KB)
Connotation, imagery and symbol
Connotation, imagery and symbol enrich a text by making words and images mean more than one thing. They invite students to consider the habitual in terms of the new and so are important to creative and critical thought. Figurative language has social consequences as it influences the ways we conceptualise people, information and ideas. Critical analysis brings to light these associations and strands of meaning.
- Learning sequence - connotation Early Stage 1 (DOCX 120KB)
- Student workbook - connotation Early Stage 1 (DOCX 10.9MB)
- Student resource – go handwriting (PDF 117KB)
- Student resource – ck handwriting (PDF 108KB)
- Student resource – GOCK 1 (PDF 272KB)
- Student resource – GOCK 2 (PDF 313KB)
- Student resource – GOCK 3 (PDF 325KB)
- Student resource – GOCK 4 (PDF 303KB)
- Student resource – GOCK 5 (PDF 493KB)