20 pages of activities and guidance notes to identify the point of view in a text . (Australian Curriculum No ACELY1675) Students use the story of Fantastic Mr Fox to identify the point of view in a text and suggest alternative points of view.

Identify The Point Of View In A Text ACELY1675

20 pages of activities and guidance notes to identify the point of view in a text and suggest alternative points of view. (Australian Curriculum No These teacher resources provide thinking activities in which students use the story of Fantastic Mr

TomTom-  Tom Tom provides a rich source of literature-based learning for children. For non-Indigenous students, it provides the opportunity to see the great commonalities that exist between Indigenous children and themselves, and also develop an understanding of the differences which exist in the ways people live.    For Indigenous children, it provides the opportunity to see their own life brought to the page; a chance to see themselves in literature

Tom Tom is an engaging contemporary story that traces a day in the life of a small boy living in a typical Aboriginal community in the Top End of the Northern Territory.

Written from the point of view of the falcons. A good text to explore EN3-3A. Also ties in nicely with the sustainability 'Learning across the curriculum content'.

Written from the point of view of the falcons. A good text to explore Also ties in nicely with the sustainability 'Learning across the curriculum content'.

Students love this book because they can find a little bit of themself reflected in the characters. Use as a companion to Pearl Barley and Charlie Parsley.

Henry and Amy : Right Way Round and Upside Down - Stephen Michael King - Everything Henry did seemed to be wrong-way-round and upside down, until he met Amy, who is good at everything. But there are still some things Henry can teach Amy.

Nina's Arena-Teaching & Learning in the Australian primary classroom

Young soldier Jim McLeod waits in the trenches of World War I for the order to attack the enemy. With him are his friends, and Nipper, the messenger dog. When they charge across no-man's-land, Jim is shot . and finds himself face to face with an enemy

My Place by Nadia Wheatley, illustrated by Donna Rawlins, the 20th birthday edition. A delightful children’s classic, My Place depicts the history of one particular piece of land in Sydney from 1788 to 1988 through the stories of the various children who have lived there. From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: http://library.sl.nsw.gov.au/record=b2653048~S2

Fishpond Australia, My Place by Donna Rawlins (Illustrated ) Nadia Wheatley. Buy Books online: My Place, ISBN Donna Rawlins (Illustrated by) Nadia Wheatley

This text could be used to explore how movement is represented in literature. Glenda Millard has used rhyme to create a sense of movement. The visuals are dynamic and both the horse and environment visually display movement. Syllabus reference EN2-7B  -contents points under 'understand and apply language forms and features' (BOS 2012)

Booktopia has Lightning Jack HB by Glenda Millard. Buy a discounted Hardcover of Lightning Jack HB online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

OOP   The River  A picture storybook set in China. Contrasts traditional and contemporary China through the eyes of a young girl who goes on a quest.This resource aligns to the Australian Curriculum for English at Years 5  Drawing on the power of the imagination, The River presents characterisation (resourcefulness, determination, resolve) and life in China (religion, ways of living) in words and pictures to provide a rich reading experience.

OOP The River A picture storybook set in China. Contrasts traditional and contemporary China through the eyes of a young girl who goes on a quest.This resource aligns to the Australian Curriculum for English at Years 5 Drawing on the power of the imagination, The River presents characterisation (resourcefulness, determination, resolve) and life in China (religion, ways of living) in words and pictures to provide a rich reading experience.

Encourage the readers to discover the different techniques Matt Ottley has used to convey Luke's feelings. The beginning depicts Luke as a sepia toned sketch, by the end of the book he has developed in to a dynamic and vibrant character that springs off the page.

The annotations below are for texts presented by Helen Sykes to three sessions at the Whitlam Library, on the and Novembe.

Our Year 1 teacher, Robyn Blekkenhorst, has developed a sequence of lessons in relation to the literary text Winners Never Quit by Mia Hamm. The sequence of lessons addresses aspects of the Australian Curriculum English content descriptions across the three strands of Language, Literature and Literacy.

The Woodlands Hub: Australian Curriculum Year 1 Plan based on Mia Hamm's book Winners Never Quit

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