Hindi / Year 5 and 6 / Understanding / Systems of language

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Understand how different text forms, such as prose and verse, create effects to suit different audiences

[Key concepts: genre, imagery, register; Key processes: noticing, comparing, experimenting, explaining]


  • experimenting with language appropriate to particular types of texts, such as descriptive language in recounts or narratives, persuasive language in advertisements and humorous language in comic verse
  • comparing the use of imagery or satire in a range of imaginative texts, discussing how these features are used to convey meaning and engage/entertain the audience
  • understanding the significance and cultural importance of features of different types of texts, such as language associated with rituals or celebrations, such as आदरणीय, पूज्य, मान्यवर, महोदय (formal), प्रिय मित्र (informal)
  • considering how the choice of language features and text organisation reflect the purpose and audience of different types of text, for example, the use of suspense and vocal effects in children’s stories or the use of instructions and lists of ingredients in cooking recipes
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
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