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The indicators link closely with the annotations on the exemplars. Please note that level 1 is subdivided into three stages of progression: 1i, 1ii, 1iii. This recognises that most students make rapid advances in acquiring written language during their initial years of schooling. Levels 2 to 5 are not similarly subdivided. Goals When developing personal experience writing, students will: become aware that they have a wealth of personal experience worth recording be able to recall a personal experience, write independently to recount that experience, and revise and edit the writing for sense, meaning, and effect.
Character writing When developing character writing, students will: become aware that they can respond to characters, real or fictitious, in a unique, personal way be able to describe a character simply in a character sketch or develop a more complex character analysis revise and edit for sense, meaning, and effect. Explanation writing When developing explanation writing, students will: produce "a sequenced text which usually provides reasons why things happen or how things work Reference Croft, Cedric and Mapa, Lia Ministry of Education Dancing with the Pen: The Learner as a Writer.
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