Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1

Code: Mn68
Year Level: School Licenses, Year 1 & 2
$82.50 (inc. $7.50 GST)
Instructional material outlining how to teach 6 to 8 year olds narrative oral retelling, rewriting and generation.

Although there are many types of genres, the most complex genre is narrative. The production of a narrative is more cognitively and linguistically demanding than participation in a conversation. Research repeatedly reports that narrative programs positively impact overall reading comprehension and written expression ability. Hence once skills are developed in this area, there is a flow on effect to all other forms of comprehension and written work.

Within Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 the initial oral stage is incredibly important. From a Speech Pathology perspective, oral expression ability is the precursor to written expression ability. Too often students are required to generate narratives before solid foundation skills are established. Remember students need to be provided with multiple opportunities to analyse and orally retell familiar narratives. In this way, they are rehearsing and practicing their oral language skills and simultaneously developing a solid understanding of narrative structure. Remember do not underestimate the value of the initial oral stages of narrative skills development.

This program, designed by Speech Pathologists for 6 to 8 year olds features:

  • Narrative tasks are presented in an order of ascending complexity (i.e. pre-narrative, oral narrative retells, written narrative retells and finally narrative generation).
  • The manual outlines how to instruct 6 to 8 year old narrative ability and recommends over 45 suitable picture books.
  • The classroom pack includes explicit narrative structure cards and display posters

The programs within the range include:

This product is mentioned in the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual on page 20.

Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 - eBook

Code: Mn68e
Year Level: School Licenses, Year 1 & 2
$65.00 (inc. $5.91 GST)
Instructional material outlining how to teach 6 to 8 year olds narrative oral retelling, rewriting and generation.

Although there are many types of genres, the most complex genre is narrative. The production of a narrative is more cognitively and linguistically demanding than participation in a conversation. Research repeatedly reports that narrative programs positively impact overall reading comprehension and written expression ability. Hence once skills are developed in this area, there is a flow on effect to all other forms of comprehension and written work.

Within Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 the initial oral stage is incredibly important. From a Speech Pathology perspective, oral expression ability is the precursor to written expression ability. Too often students are required to generate narratives before solid foundation skills are established. Remember students need to be provided with multiple opportunities to analyse and orally retell familiar narratives. In this way, they are rehearsing and practicing their oral language skills and simultaneously developing a solid understanding of narrative structure. Remember do not underestimate the value of the initial oral stages of narrative skills development.

This program, designed by Speech Pathologists for 6 to 8 year olds features:

  • Narrative tasks are presented in an order of ascending complexity (i.e. pre-narrative, oral narrative retells, written narrative retells and finally narrative generation).
  • The manual outlines how to instruct 6 to 8 year old narrative ability and recommends over 45 suitable picture books.
  • The classroom pack includes explicit narrative structure cards and display posters

The programs within the range include:

This product is mentioned in the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual on page 20.

Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 – School License

Code: Mn68es (School License)
Year Level: School Licenses, Year 1 & 2
$206.25 / year (inc. $18.75 GST)
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This is a PLD School License resource By purchasing this license, this program will be accessible as a digital flipbook that will be stored in your secure account on the PLD website. The program will be accessible as a digital flipbook that teachers can access on any device for as long as the license is active. A School Licence is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and can be shared with all staff employed at the school. We highly recommend that either the Principal, Deputy Principal or a member of the admin team purchase the School Licence in order to manage the account and its users. For more information, visit our School Licence FAQ.

Instructional material outlining how to teach 6 to 8 year olds narrative oral retelling, rewriting and generation.

Although there are many types of genres, the most complex genre is narrative. The production of a narrative is more cognitively and linguistically demanding than participation in a conversation. Research repeatedly reports that narrative programs positively impact overall reading comprehension and written expression ability. Hence once skills are developed in this area, there is a flow on effect to all other forms of comprehension and written work.

Within Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 the initial oral stage is incredibly important. From a Speech Pathology perspective, oral expression ability is the precursor to written expression ability. Too often students are required to generate narratives before solid foundation skills are established. Remember students need to be provided with multiple opportunities to analyse and orally retell familiar narratives. In this way, they are rehearsing and practicing their oral language skills and simultaneously developing a solid understanding of narrative structure. Remember do not underestimate the value of the initial oral stages of narrative skills development.

This program, designed by Speech Pathologists for 6 to 8 year olds features:

  • Narrative tasks are presented in an order of ascending complexity (i.e. pre-narrative, oral narrative retells, written narrative retells and finally narrative generation).
  • The manual outlines how to instruct 6 to 8 year old narrative ability and recommends over 45 suitable picture books.
  • The classroom pack includes explicit narrative structure cards and display posters

The programs within the range include:

This product is mentioned in the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual on page 20.

National Curriculum Statement

This download outlines how PLD programs link to the ACARA National Curriculum year level content descriptions.

  • Connecting Oral and Written Language - Step 1
    PLD’s Alignment to the Australian National Curriculum
    How does PLD align to the Australian National Curriculum?

    In the attached download we have outlined where PLD applies to each year level, the content code and descriptor and the related PLD programs.  

ISBN : 9781925057959
ISBN : 9781925057959

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