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Oral Language


A In groups, brainstorm the following procedures:


ƒ how to get to school ƒ how to make a sandwich


ƒ how to play your favourite game ƒ how to sharpen a pencil


How to Give Your Dog a Bath Step 1: Fill the bath with tepid water. Step 2: Add doggy bubble bath. Step 3: Place lots of towels on the floor. Step 4: Carefully lift your dog into the bath. Step 5: Quickly and vigorously wash your dog. Step 6: Prepare a space for your dog to shake himself dry. Step 7: Lift your dog out of the bath. Voila! One clean dog!


Writing Genre – Procedural Writing


The language of a procedure should include: ƒ nouns and pronouns, e.g. I, Joseph, you, she, Macroom, house ƒ time words, e.g. next, meanwhile, then ƒ command action verbs in the present tense, e.g. dig, boil, walk


ƒ adverbs that describe how, where and when, e.g. carefully, in the cauldron, once it has cooled


Look back at the underlined words in ‘How to build a Lego House’. These are time words.


A Review, edit and rewrite your procedure on how to cast a spell. Include the language features shown above.


Check your work using the procedure self-assessment checklist.


B Art activity Sequencing is showing things in the order that they occur. This is very important when writing procedures. Make a sequencing book. Cut a page into 4-6 pieces. Draw and write an instruction on each piece. Staple the pieces of paper together.


Try some of the following topics.


ƒ Write the instructions for brushing your teeth. ƒ Write the instructions for tying your shoelaces. ƒ Write the instructions for being a good pupil. ƒ Write the instructions for having a shower.


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Unit 4 | Procedure 2


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