JCPSLP Vol 18 No. 1Mar 2016

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When? “Today.” Made? “All the Pre-Primary class baked cookies.” Used? “We used cookie mix- ture, a rolling pin and cookie cutters.” First “First we rolled out the cookie mixture.” Second “Second we pressed in the cookie cutters.” Last “Last we baked them in the oven.” When? “Today.” When? “At school.” Who? “All the Pre-Primary class.” What? “Painted faces on their library bags.” Where? “So that they looked colourful.” Greeting “Good morning class.” What? “An elephant.” Type? “It is a type of a zoo/ African animal.” Parts? “They have tough wrinkly skin, large ears and tusks.” Found? “You can find them living in the zoo or out in the wild.”


Object Based News

Demonstration video product/developing-news- telling-and-narrative-skills- for-5-year-olds/

Activity Retells

Developing News Telling and Narrative Skills •The instruction manual includes examples of Adequate and Inadequate language. E.g. Inadequate Object Based News language: “I got lion, it got leg and tail, it brown. Thank you.” (There is no greeting and there instructing whole group, small group and individual activities. $75 Website Order Code: Mn5 ISBN: 978-1-921560-39-2 are grammatical errors.) • Includes guidelines for

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The cards (and/or posters) can be used to model and support whole class, small group or individual news telling.

Event Based News

“Deliver short oral presentations to peers” ACARA - Aust. Curriculum (Foundation Year: Interacting with others/Oral presentations - The formal oral presentations that students engage in including presenting recounts and information, and presenting and arguing a point of view.)

Picture Book Retelling - Step 2 • Colour storytelling cards and posters which assist early retelling efforts. • Retell summaries for over 40 five year old picture books. • A story retell assessment screen to monitor progress with explicit instructions, colour cards and a checklist to record: - age appropriate observations - observations made which suggest small focused group narrative skill development is recommended $75 Website Order Code: PBr5 ISBN: 978-1-921560-98-9

Demonstration video /product/picture- book-retelling- step-2/

“Use comprehension strategies to understand and discuss texts listened to, viewed or read independently” ACARA - Aust. Curriculum (Foundation

Story retell summaries outline the language model teachers should provide to students aged 4½ to 5½ years. Students of this age should be able to produce a retell containing the introduction, three events and an ending while incorporating the joining words: next/because/but/so/ first/second/third/last

Year: Interpreting, analysing, evaluating/Comprehension)


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