Oral language posters – Year 3, 4, 5 & 6

Year Level: Years 3 to 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.

 

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