Oral language posters – Year 1 & 2

Oral Language Posters – Year 1 & 2

Year Level: Year 1 & 2

Downloadable Junior Primary Posters for Your Classroom.

Included in this oral language poster pack are:
  • Event Recount Poster – When? Who? What? Where? Why? 1st to begin, To Start, Initially. After that, Next, Second. At the end, Last, Finally, To conclude and Feelings and thoughts.
  • Descriptions Poster – What? Category? Features? Made of? Found? Use? Fact or piece of information?
  • Three-Step Activity Recounts Poster – When? Make/Going to make? Made/Did? Going to use?/Will use? Used? I… Next… And next … / 1st, second and last
  • Narratives Poster – Beginning When? Who? What? Where? Problem. Feelings and thoughts. Events 1st event, 2nd event, 3rd event. Endings

For how to implement these posters in your junior classroom, refer to the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual. 

 

Download the Oral Language Posters for Other Year Levels:

 

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  • Year 1 & 2 Parent Education Sheets and Downloads

    This booklet outlines key information to be provided to parents, caregivers and the wider community within semester one. Children benefit when home and school work together. To support this, PLD offers an extensive range of parent milestone information sheets and videos. These resources are ideal to be disseminated to parents and the wider community through […]

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  • Oral Language Posters – Foundation

    Downloadable Foundation Posters for Your Classroom.

    Included in this oral language poster pack are: Object Description Poster – Greeting. What? Type or Category? Parts? Made Of? Found? Use? Information. Thank you

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    To Create A Good Speaking And Listening Environment

    Brainstorm with students what makes a good listener and speaker. Have a reward system that promotes good listening and speaking behaviours in the classroom. Give

  • Speech Sound Development – 3 to 8 years old

    The milestone poster/sheet details the age related milestones for speech sound development in children aged 3 to 8 years.

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  • Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1

    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: Early Years Programs: Picture Book Retelling – Step 1 Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills for 4 Year Olds Foundation Programs: Picture Book Retelling – Step 2 Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills for 5 Year Olds Year 1 & 2 Program: Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Program Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 2 This product is mentioned in the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual on page 20.  

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  • Comprehension Questions for 6 and 7 Year Olds

    A home or school picture book program for 6 and 7 year olds. 

    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: Early Years Programs: Picture Book Retelling – Step 1 Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills for 4 Year Olds Foundation Programs: Picture Book Retelling – Step 2 Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills for 5 Year Olds Year 1 & 2 Program: Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Program Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 2 This product is mentioned in the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual on page 20.  

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    A resource helping children to start expressing themselves verbally and in writing on the basis of multiple picture prompts.

    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: Early Years Programs: Picture Book Retelling – Step 1 Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills for 4 Year Olds Foundation Programs: Picture Book Retelling – Step 2 Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills for 5 Year Olds Year 1 & 2 Program: Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 1 Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Program Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 2 This product is mentioned in the Year 1 & 2 Teaching Sequence Manual on page 20.  

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