Oral language posters – Year 1 & 2

Year Level: Year 1 & 2

Posters to download and use in the junior primary.

Included in this 4 poster oral language pack are:

  • Junior primary event based news 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.
  • Junior primary show and tell or object description – What? Category? Features? Made of? Found? Use? Fact or piece of information?
  • Junior primary three step activity retells poster – When? Make/Going to make? Made/Did? Going to use?/Will use? Used? I… Next… And next … / 1st, second and last
  • Junior primary story 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 Early Years classroom, refer to page 20 of PLD’s Whole School Literacy Strategy.

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