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UNIT 2 for Years 1 & 2  Lesson 2

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In this lesson, students will learn to:  
  • Day 1: say and make a sentence.
  • Day 2: make and trace a sentence.
  • Day 3: trace and write a sentence.


  • Year 4. 
  • Understand that the complexity and difficulty of texts varies according to the approach taken to the subject, the aim, and the target audience (ACELA1490).
  • Recognise how linking elements such as text connectives and pronoun references help make texts more cohesive (ACELA1491).
  • Understand the ways in which conversation, titles, and quoted (direct) speech are indicated in texts by the use of quotation marks (ACELA1492).
  • Learn that the use of noun and verb groups, prepositional phrases, and conjunctions can enhance the meaning of sentences (ACELA1493).
  • Examine the differences between quoted (direct) and reported (indirect) speech in various types of texts (ACELA1494).
  • Recognise the various ways in which prepositional phrases and adverb groups can be used to offer circumstantial information about an activity (ACELA1495).
  • Utilise new vocabulary learned from a variety of sources, such as words learned from research, in the students' own text. (ACELA1498).
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   I do

   We do

   You do

   Edit: peer feedback

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Grade 4
Living things depend on each other and the environment to survive
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