communicate meaningfully with coherency (coherency relates to the connectedness of information, thoughts and ideas within communication).
Indicators for this outcome
(a) produces several sentences spontaneously to express an idea, using coherency markers;
(b) produces, with preparation, several sentences in oral and written form, using such linking words as "aspin -then, m'wîstas - after" and osâm - because";
(c) produces several sentences using basic words, phrases, short sentences, and questions, and simple language structures;
(d) produces several responses to simple questions and answers simple questions in several different ways;
(e) links words or groups of words in simple ways;
(f) sequences elements of a simple story, process or series of events; and,
(g) gives examples of various words and expressions that convey the same idea.