Oral language posters – 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
8-9 Year Old Comprehension Questions Progress Check
A screen of comprehension ability focusing on focuses on literal, reorganisation, inferential, evaluation and appreciation questions.
The Comprehension Questions screens can be used to assess a child’s progress with the comprehension programs or to allow for the identification of areas of
Recommended picture books to read to 9, 10, 11 & 12 year olds
A recommended reading book list that promotes the development of oral language skills in children aged 9-12 years old.
The books in this guide outline quality age-appropriate recommendations only and do not align with specific PLD programs. The lists have been created by speech
PLD’s 2020 Whole School Literacy Plan
The document outlines how to implement PLD’s literacy, Movement and Motor and Oral Language resources during the Early Years, Foundation, Year 1 & 2 and across Years 3 to 6. Each page provides suggested time frames and implementation recommendations.
The purpose of this document is to provide an implementation outline to assist schools in scheduling the PLD programs within a broad school-based strategy. When
Oral language posters – Year 3, 4, 5 & 6
Download the middle and upper primary posters today.
Included in this 4 poster oral language pack are:
- Middle to Upper primary event based news journal writing 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.
- Middle to Upper primary object description news simple reports – What? Category? Features? Made of? Found? Use? Fact or piece of information?
- Middle to Upper primary three step activity retells procedural narratives poster – When? Make/Going to make? Made/Did? Going to use?/Will use? Used? I… Next… And next … / 1st, second and last
- Middle to Upper primary the structure of 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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A home or school picture book program for middle primary students.
The aim of Comprehension Questions for 8 & 9 Year Olds is to train parents and teachers to ask developmentally appropriate questions and to evaluate the quality of a child’s oral answer. If an insufficient answer is provided by a child, there are examples of how to assist the child to answer the question specifically with sufficient information. From 8 years of age, students should love engaging with their peers and adults. Therefore, the ability to understand questions is critical for participation in social interactions and success across all curriculum areas. Comprehension Questions for 8 & 9 Year Olds has been developed as an essential resource for Oral Language Development. At this age, questions require students to predict, interpret and evaluate. For example: How do you think the girl would feel? What do you think…? If you were the mum, what would you do? What made the boy say that? Designed by Speech Pathologists for teachers and parents for use in schools, daycare and in the home this program provides 8 and 9 year olds with: Lists of developmentally appropriate picture books and comprehension questions. Samples of 8 and 9 year old age-appropriate answers and samples of inadequate answers. Techniques and strategies to implement when a child provides an inadequate answer. An instruction booklet that outlines how the resource can be presented to a whole class, small groups or individual home setting. Each card reminds the importance of repeated reading of picture books and outlines a collection of questions to be asked on day 1, then further questions to be asked on days 2, 3 and 4. 33 cards that model appropriate questions and responses for the books listed in the Recommended Books for 8 and 9 Year Olds such as ‘The Gruffalo’, ‘Diary of a Wombat’, ‘The Giving Tree’, ‘Possum Magic’, ‘Ella Kazoo Will Not Brush Her Hair’. The questions are primarily inferential, predictive, evaluative and appreciative type questions. Two easy to administer progress checks; are included, to check on the acquisition of comprehension questioning ability. The other programs within the range include: Comprehension Questions for 3 year olds (Mc3) & Explanation video for parent training Comprehension Questions for 4 year olds (Mc4) & Explanation video for parent training Comprehension Questions for 5 year olds (Mc5) & Explanation video for parent training Comprehension Questions for 6 & 7 year olds (Mc6) & Explanation video for parent training Comprehension Questions for 8 & 9 year olds (Mc8) & Explanation video for parent training This publication is mentioned within the Whole School Literacy Strategy booklet on page 20.
Generating Narratives – Set 2From $30.00$30.00 incl. GST
A resource for helping children to start expressing themselves verbally and in writing through the use of multiple picture prompts.
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Essential Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Oral Language Starter...
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Connecting Oral and Written Language – Step 2From $65.00$65.00 incl. GST
Connecting Oral & Written Language – Step 2 is an instructional material outlining how to teach 9 to 12 year olds to express themselves in a structured way
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