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Class: Stage 2 Year 4 Date: 14/06/16 Time: Start: 9:10am

Finish: 10:00am

Key Learning Area: Lesson Topic: Informative Writing


English

Recent Prior Experience:


Links to prior learning of persuasive writing
Students have an understanding of the importance of paragraph structure

Syllabus Outcome(s): Indicators of Learning for this lesson: Assessment:

Plans, composes and Understand that effective organisation of ideas in imaginative, Students will understand the significance of
reviews a range of texts informative and persuasive texts enhances meaning information reports and the purpose they
that are more demanding Understand that paragraphs are a key organisational feature of hold
in terms of topic, audience written texts (ACELA1479) Students will be assessed on their writing in
and language EN2-2A Plan, draft and publish imaginative, informative and persuasive texts this lesson where they will write a
Identifies and uses containing key information and supporting details for a widening classification on the topic of a chosen animal
language forms and range of audiences, demonstrating increasing control over text (I will review their work once it is completed
features in their own structures and language features (ACELY1682, ACELY1694) to comprehend if they understand how to
writing appropriate to a communicate within an information report)
range of purposes,
audiences and contexts
EN2-7B
Uses effective and
accurate sentence
structure, grammatical
features, punctuation
conventions and
vocabulary relevant to the
type of text when
responding to and
composing texts EN2-9B
Any safety issues to be considered: Resources:
Smart board
English books
White board
Structure of information report handout
Glue
Information report on Koalas
LESSON SEQUENCE
Lesson Content/ Timing: Teaching Strategies/ Resources and Organisation:
Indicators of Learning Learning Experiences: Whiteboard
(What is Taught): (How is it taught? Activity booklet
INTRODUCTION Introduce lesson
10 minutes Have the students seated at their tables
facing the smartboard/teacher.
The lesson will be introduced. Today we
are going to be learning about information
reports
State what information reports are and what
their purpose is An information report is
a factual piece of information that is used to
gain a better understanding on a certain
topic
A handout will be given out to each student
on the structure of an information report.
Students will look at it while it is being
explained. They will then glue it into their
English books.
An example of information will be read to
the students. This is what will be expected
of them. A short discussion will be followed,
if the students have any questions.
DEVELOPMENT - Practicing the skill of
Plans, composes 20 minutes An information report on koalas will be
and reviews a read to the students.
range of texts They will then be instructed to start
that are more developing their own information report on
demanding in an animal of their choice
terms of topic, Students will only have time to complete
audience and the classification of their information report
language EN2-2A where they will be instructed to complete 2
Identifies and paragraphs.
uses language Students will be reminded to include the
forms and introduction of their animal (what is it?)
features in their followed by the appearance and where it
own writing can be found. They will also be reminded
appropriate to a that they are only completing 2 paragraphs.
range of Teacher will walk around to assist students
purposes,
with ideas, or help them with what they
audiences and
need
contexts EN2-7B
Uses effective and
accurate sentence
structure, grammatical
features, punctuation
conventions and
vocabulary relevant to the
type of text when
responding to and
composing texts EN2-9B

CLOSURE - Reflection 10 minutes Once time is up, students will finish on their
last sentences.
Teacher will collect books for marking
Praise students for their efforts