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Vietnamese / Foundation to Year 2 / Understanding / Systems of language

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Curriculum content descriptions

Explore different types of familiar texts, such as captions, labels, songs, rhymes and fairy tales, noticing similarities and differences between text types

[Key concept: familiar texts; Key process: recognising]


  • examining different types of texts, such as signs, songs, captions, stories and dialogues, noticing that they can be short or long, spoken, written, digital, visual or multimodal
  • sharing ideas about the purpose of different texts, such as a class timetable (to show the sequence of lessons) or a story (to describe past events)
  • exploring similar text types in Vietnamese and English, for example, songs, street signs or labels on goods at a market, and noticing ways in which they are similar or different
  • naming different types of familiar texts (story, poem, song) and discussing how they work, for example, using the story starter Ngày xưa, hồi đó, lâu lắm rồi; or rhyming or repeating words in songs, such as quác quác quác, quạc quạc quạc in the song ‘Một con vịt
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Intercultural understanding Intercultural understanding
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
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Vietnamese language

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