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Curriculum content descriptions

Recognise how grammatical structures are used to form simple texts (ACLITU034)

  • creating paragraphs for a range of texts, including descriptions, cards, letters or emails
  • recognising how ideas are sequenced in simple texts (for example, prima, dopo), noticing patterns in the organisation of texts, for example, sequence in a narrative
  • noticing some commonalities between particular text types in Italian and English, for example, greeting cards have a front cover with images or photos specific to the occasion, an opening and closing address, and a written message
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
ScOT terms

Text structure,  Italian language

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