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Writing Aspect Cluster 1 M1 M2 M3 I can try to write. I can try to write my own name. I can hold a pencil to draw.

Writing Aspect Cluster 2 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 I can try to write my whole name. I can write at least one word about a story or a picture. I can write from left to right. I can leave spaces between words. I can try to write letters. I can tell someone about what I am going to write. I can tell someone about what I wrote or drew. I can try to use a mouse and keyboard.

Writing Aspect Cluster 3 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 I can write my first name properly. I can try to write a sentence. I can use my own ideas to write. I can tell someone about my writing. I can sound out my words when I write. I can start to write some common words. I can describe something. (eg: big cat) I can write about how, when, where or why. I can understand how to hold a pencil properly. M8 M9 I can show you where my paper should be when I write. I can understand how to sit properly I can try to use the computer to write.

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Writing Aspect Cluster 4 I can write one or more sentences. M1 I can spell some words. I can form most of my letters correctly. I can use full stops and capital letters. M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 I can write my ideas. I can read my own writing aloud to see if it makes sense. I can tell you who I am writing for and why.
I can try to spell the common words that my teacher uses.

I can use joining words to link my ideas. I can use pronouns (eg: I, he, she, they etc) I can hold my pencil correctly. I can put my paper in the right place when Im writing. I can sit properly when I write. I can fix my posture, pencil grip or paper. I can use the computer to write with my teachers help.

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Writing Aspect Cluster 5 M1 M2 M3 M4 I can use words or groups of words that the teacher has shown me to write my own sentences I can join my class mates to make stories together using different mediums. I can write 4-5 sentences about topics that are interesting to me. I can reread my own work. I can fix it to make sense. M5 I can use capital letters and full stops in the right places. I can use spaces between words. I can try to use? (question mark) and !(exclamation marks)
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I can write a simple sentence with one verb. M6 I can join two simple sentences with a conjunction. (because, and). M7 M8 I can use adjectives to describe nouns to make my writing more interesting. I can write my capital letters correctly. I can write my lower case letters correctly.

Writing Aspect Cluster 6 M1 M2 I can write 5 or more sentences about familiar topics. I can try to use paragraphs in my writing. I can try to use headings in my writing. I can proof read my writing to check that it makes sense. M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 I can show that I have edited my writing to check that it makes sense. I can spell high frequency and topic words. I can use full stops, exclamation marks and question marks in my writing. I can write my ideas in order so that they make sense. I can make my writing more interesting by trying to use complex sentences. I can hold my pencil correctly. M8 M9 I can place my paper correctly to write. I can write quickly and neatly. I can correct my writing on the computer.

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Writing Aspect Cluster 7 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 I can plan my writing by making notes, drawing diagrams or planning a sequence of events / information. I can tell my teacher why I am writing. I can tell my teacher who will be reading my writing. I can spell regular words.
I can have a go at spelling difficult (irregular/ sight) words.

I can apply spelling rules to my writing. I can use contraction apostrophes, e.g. dont. I can use simple punctuation. I can use capital letters for proper nouns, e.g. Australia. I can write a short recount / report that is in order and makes sense. I can use different types of verbs; relating, action, feeling, thinking and saying verbs. I can choose the correct tense within a sentence, so that my nouns and verbs match.
I can use a computer to create writing that includes pictures.

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Writing Aspect Cluster 8 I can create texts that are at least one page long. M1 I can write for different reasons to explain and express my ideas for a variety of audiences. I can experiment with writing and publishing my own text M2 M3 M4 M5 using different mediums and modes, for example: plays, songs, e-mail, Power Point, etc I can revise, edit and proofread my own writing I can write explanation texts. I can write persuasive texts. I can use different spelling strategies to spell unfamiliar / tricky words.

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M6 M7 M8

I can use quotation marks. I can use commas in lists. I can write sentences that make sense to others. I can write quickly and neatly.

Writing Aspect Cluster 9 I can create an imaginative text I can create an informative text M1 I can create a persuasive text I can choose language appropriate to my purpose and audience M2 M3 I can plan using headings, mindmaps and questions I can reread to check for accuracy I can reread to check for consistency of meaning I can reread to check for relevancy for purpose M4 M5 M6 I can write using paragraphs that are a group of sentences about one topic I can use different spelling strategies to spell words I can use computer skills such as spell check and grammar check I can use verbs correctly M7 I can use adverbs correctly I can use nouns correctly I can use adjectives correctly M8 M9 I can write joined letters I can write letters of the same size I can create simple multimodal text digitally (combination of pictures and/or text and/or voice over and/or sound)

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Writing Aspect Cluster 10 M1 M2 M3 I can use personal experience, other texts and research to create a variety of texts for different audiences I can justify my opinion with evidence I can find resources and information when planning I can reread and revise text to check for and improve M4 meaning I can reread and revise to delete unnecessary information and add new information I can write sentences with different beginnings I can write sentences with an adjectival clause at the M5 beginning I can write sentences with an adverbial clause at the beginning I can write complex sentences M6 I can use simple and sentence punctuation correctly I can spell words by thinking about what they mean I can spell words by knowing how letter combinations look M7 I can spell words by hearing the sounds in words I can spell words by knowing the sound of letters I can use prefixes and suffixes appropriately I can use pronouns to link ideas and information M8 M9 I can use conjunctions and connectives to link ideas and information I can write in neat consistent handwriting

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Writing Aspect Cluster 11 M1 I can write logical well-structured texts for a range of purposes I can construct a logical well-structured imaginative text M2 I can construct a logical well-structured informative text I can construct a logical well-structured persuasive text M3 M4 I can find accurately acknowledge and site sources when necessary I can use feedback to edit my writing I can engage the reader through deliberate choices in language Descriptive persuasive M5 topic technical evaluative emotive colloquial M6 I can use topic sentences I can organise main and subordinate ideas I can use quotation marks I can use semicolons M7 I can use colons I can use dashes, sparingly I can use ellipses I can spell new words using generalisations M8 I can spell new words using meanings of base words I can spell new words using prefixes and suffixes M9 I can write fluently with appropriate size I can write fluently with slope

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I can write fluently with appropriate spacing M10 I can use word processing programs confidently I can use various functions in word processing programs I can plan and design complex multimodal texts M11 (combination of pictures and/or text and/or voice over and/or sound)

Writing Aspect Cluster 12 M1 I can write extended texts for wide range of purposes I can choose the type of text to suit a purpose and M2 audience I can choose the form of text to suit a purpose and audience I can create well planned texts I can write more complex and detailed subject matter I can use creative language features ~ M3 alliteration metaphor imagery nominalisation sentence length M4 I can refine writing in response to feedback, the edit and publish I can use sophisticated literary devices such as humour M5 and irony to engage an audience I can use grammatical features such as modality to influence an audience M6 I can use a variety of sentences starters I can use a variety of dependent clauses

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I can make sentence level choices such as shorter sentences to add tension and complex sentences to add detail M7 I can use brackets to enclose additional information I can use quotation marks and commas to indicate clauses I can use a range of spelling strategies and conventions to M8 spell most words I can spell words with many syllables M9 I can use visuals to extend or clarify meaning I can select from a range of media I can experiment creatively with the production of multimodal text for audience impact

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