Reading and writing instruction texts
This is a collection of outlays for various aspects of learning about instruction texts. They can be modified to suit the child and once children have learned the skills, they can research and write their own instruction text, based on their own interests. As with other concepts, there are aspects that can be changed and there is always room for choice, for example, using bullet points, or numbering.

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Created: May 2, 2012

Updated: Oct 28, 2017

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HOW TO MAKE CHEESE ON TOAST

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To make an electrical model that works

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