pE SLc/M6.1

Use phrases with up to three key a) words b) signs c) symbols to communicate a) simple ideas b) choices c) events.

Sample learning activities
• Encourage learners to communicate choices in naturally occurring practical
situations, such as what item they would like to buy with their money, where they
would like to sit, etc.
• Repeat the vocabulary of words, signs or symbols consistently. The target
vocabulary should consist of those that the learner often comes across and
which interest the learner. Focus on a few words, signs or symbols at a time and
build a range of activities around them for maximum practice.
Some computer software combines words, images, symbols and signs within the
program as a means of linking them.

Four straightforward worksheets for M6-M8 – based on everyday objects beginning with the sounds of a e m r s or t.
4 worksheets plus curriculum mapping.

Level
M6
M7
M8
Pre-entry
pE SLc/M6.1
pE Rw/M6.1
pE Rw/M6.2
pE Rw/M7.1
pE Rw/M7.3
pE Rtc/M8.1
pE Rtc/M8.2
pE Rtc/M8.3

For improving visual figure-ground skills, expressive language development, matching and counting symbols.

Level
M6
M7
M8
Pre-entry
pE SLlr/M6.1
pE SLlr/M7.2
pE SLlr/M8.2
pE SLc/M6.1
pE SLc/M7.5
pE SLc/M8.1
pE Rtc/M6.2
pE Rtc/M7.1
pE N1/M6.3
pE N1/M6.4
pE N1/M7.4
General
Generic resources for literacy, numeracy and beyond