A 17 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when teaching your students about the structure and language features of procedural texts.
This PowerPoint presentation has been designed to teach your students about the text structure and language features of procedural texts. It addresses the following content:
- an overview of the purpose and types of procedural texts
- an explanation of procedural text structure, with annotated examples
- an explanation of procedural text language features, with annotated examples.
Activities for students, relating to procedural text structure and language features, are also included.
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NSW Curriculum alignment
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