Oral language bundle of resources for news telling, oral comprehension, semantics and language games.
Within the Foundation Year, students should be taught how to verbalise the vocabulary for a range of semantic groups, generate sentences for writing relatively independently and answer Marion Blank level 3 and 4 picture book comprehension questions. In this Foundation year of school, it is from their oral language skills they will extend into literacy, developing the ability to read, spell and write. This Foundation Oral Language pack contains everything you need to begin implementing PLD into your classroom. Foundation refers to Pre-primary(WA), Kindergarten (NSW/ACT), Prep (QLD/VIC/TAS) Reception (SA).
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