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Help a dragon remember what happened in his dream. View three pictures from a recount. Place the pictures in the correct order. Choose sentences to match what is happening in the pictures. Add temporal connectives such as 'first', 'then' and 'in the end' to show the order of events. Watch an animation of the completed story, then help the dragon to finish two more recounts. This learning object is one in a series of four objects.
English > Foundation Level > Literacy > Creating texts > VCELY160
Create short texts to explore, record and report ideas and events using familiar words and beginning writing knowledge
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Reading Comprehension, Visual texts
Reading comprehensionVisual texts
Key Learning Objectives
Students put three pictures from a recount in the correct sequence.
Students match sentences to pictures.
Students use temporal connectives to link different phases of a recount.
Students observe that some temporal connectives are interchangeable.
Illustrates the use of temporal connectives in three narrative recounts.
Provides opportunities for students to put a sequence of pictures in order, then match sentences to the sequence.
Provides opportunities for students to match temporal connectives with a sequence of pictures and sentences.
Demonstrates that some temporal connectives are interchangeable.
Includes audio representations of all text to support student comprehension.
Includes three print options for students' completed recounts: pictures only, text only, or both pictures and text.
Facilitates modelling and class participation via an interactive whiteboard. For example, strong colours and clear graphics are easily visible in a classroom setting.