Year 7 English
Structure of Outcomes Deliverance
Term 1 - 3
Listening & Speaking
4.1a The student develops and presents familiar ideas and information and supports opinions with some detail in a variety
of classroom situations.
4.1b The student identifies the main ideas and supporting details of clearly-structured spoken informational or expressive
texts and identifies alternative viewpoints in spoken, audio and video texts on an issue relating to a familiar topic.
4.2 The student considers the appropriateness of text form and register and the conventions of non-verbal communication
in relation to audience when speaking and listening in familiar situations
4.3 The student controls most linguistic structures and features of spoken language appropriately for expressing and
interpreting meaning and developing and presenting ideas and information in familiar situations
Interprets and discusses ideas, information and events in text containing some unfamiliar concepts.
Recognises that tests are constructed for particular purposes and to appeal to certain groups
Identifies and discusses how linguistic structures and features work to shape readers understanding of text.
Selects, uses and reflects on strategies appropriate for different texts and reading purposes; identifies information
need; and finds resources for specific purposes
4.1 Uses knowledge of principal characteristics of visual texts to construct meaning
4.2 Recognises that visual texts are constructed for particular purposes and to appeal to certain groups
4.3 Identifies and discusses how codes and conventions work to shape viewer's understanding of visual texts
Reflects on an discusses the strategies used to make meaning from a variety of visual texts
Controls a range of text types to express familiar ideas, events and information and experiments with an increasing