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Curriculum content descriptions

Recognise and understand that subordinate clauses embedded within noun groups/phrases are a common feature of written sentence structures and increase the density of information (ACELA1534)

Elaborations
  • identifying and experimenting with a range of clause types and discussing the effect of these in the expression and development of ideas
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
ScOT terms

Dependency (Clauses)

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