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ESOL Online. Every child literate - a shared responsibility.
Ministry of Education.

Stage 2 - Writing

The following documents may be used to develop a programme for Stage 2 learners.

Stage 2 - Writing Language Outcome
Can complete a formatted text
Can complete a formatted text
Can complete a formatted text
Can complete a formatted text
Can write a recount
Can write a recount
Can write a recount
Can write a recount
Can write a description
Can write a description
Can write a description
Can write a description
Can write an information report
Can write an information report
Can write an information report
Can write an information report
Can write a simple guided procedure
Can write a simple guided procedure
Can write a simple guided procedure
Can write a simple guided procedure
Can write a simple guided persuasive text 
Can write a simple guided persuasive text 
Can write a simple guided persuasive text 
Can write a simple guided persuasive text 
Can write a simple poem
Can write a simple poem
Can write a simple poem
Can write a simple poem
Can write a simple personal response ( 'simple' defined as 8-10 sentences, some of which may be complex and/or compound)
Can write a simple personal response ( 'simple' defined as 8-10 sentences, some of which may be complex and/or compound)
Can write a simple personal response ( 'simple' defined as 8-10 sentences, some of which may be complex and/or compound)
Can write a simple personal response ( 'simple' defined as 8-10 sentences, some of which may be complex and/or compound)

Published on: 05 Jun 2013


Stage 2 - Writing

The text length increases in varying degrees for Stage 2, and the complexity of the sentence structures in the Reading and Writing  strands also increases. In the Oral interaction  at Stage 2, learners have to listen for detail and produce more extended oral texts.



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