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A guide to the progressions for parents

Literacy and numeracy development influences students’ success in most aspects of schooling. The National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions are a resource that describe how literacy and numeracy learning  develops over time. There are two progressions …

A guide to the progressions for parents | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Aims English

The Australian Curriculum: English aims to ensure that students: learn to listen to, read, view, speak, write, create and reflect on increasingly complex and sophisticated spoken, written and multimodal texts across a growing range of contexts with accuracy, …

Aims | English | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Japanese

The place of Japanese culture and language in Australia and in the world Japanese is the official language of Japan, Australia’s northern neighbour in the Asia region. It is also widely used by communities of speakers in Hawaii, Peru and …

Context statement | Japanese | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Vietnamese

The place of the Vietnamese language and culture in Australia and in the world Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam. It is spoken by approximately 90 million people in Vietnam and approximately four million Vietnamese people living …

Context statement | Vietnamese | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Chinese

The place of the Chinese language and culture in Australia and the world China's official language is Modern Standard Chinese, or Putonghua (the common or shared language) in Chinese. The language is also referred to as Hanyu, the spoken …

Context statement | Chinese | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement French

The place of the French language and culture in Australia and in the world French is a major world language, spoken as the first language in more than two dozen countries on five continents and as an official language in 33 countries. First …

Context statement | French | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Spanish

The place of the Spanish language and the cultures of Spanish speakers in Australia and in the world Spanish is a global language spoken by approximately 500 million people across the world. Spanish evolved from Latin on the Iberian Peninsula …

Context statement | Spanish | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Arabic

The place of the Arabic culture and language in Australia and in the world Arabic is spoken by approximately 280 million people in 22 countries over two continents. It is the official language of the Arab world, which includes countries of the Middle …

Context statement | Arabic | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Indonesian

The place of the Indonesian language and culture in Australia and in the world The languages of the Indonesian archipelago have been used in Australia since contact several centuries ago between the peoples of the islands now known as Indonesia …

Context statement | Indonesian | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Cross-curriculum priorities

The Australian Curriculum gives special attention to three cross-curriculum priorities: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia sustainability. The cross-curriculum priorities are embedded …

Cross-curriculum priorities | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Curriculum activity report - January to June 2018

State and territory authorities and sectors continue to implement the English curriculum with an increasing number of teachers using the National Literacy progression in conjunction with the curriculum. The English work sample portfolio has been reviewed …

Curriculum activity report - January to June 2018 | Publications | Resources and publications

Curriculum activity report July to December 2018

Collection and annotation of new work samples for the English curriculum (F-10) is underway across Australian schools in all sectors. The new work samples will include a greater range of multi-modal samples, as well as samples which demonstrate the purposeful …

Curriculum activity report July to December 2018 | Publications | Resources and publications

Example of knowledge and skills Media Arts

In this band students are introduced to the ways that ideas and intentions are communicated in and through Media Arts. They develop knowledge, understanding and skills through media arts practices focusing on: Representation and story principles Structure representing …

Example of knowledge and skills | Media Arts | The Arts | F-10 curriculum

Example of knowledge and skills Drama

In this band students are introduced to the ways that ideas and intentions are communicated in and through drama. They develop knowledge, understanding and skills through drama practices focusing on: Elements of drama Role, character and relationships Role …

Example of knowledge and skills | Drama | The Arts | F-10 curriculum

General capabilities

In the Australian Curriculum, general capabilities encompass knowledge, skills, behaviours, and dispositions that, together with curriculum content in each learning area and the cross-curriculum priorities, will enable students to live and work successfully …

General capabilities | Languages | F-10 curriculum

How do the progressions cater to the diversity of learners?

Consistent with ACARA’s Student diversity advice on the Australian Curriculum website, the progressions support teachers to cater for the diversity of learners by: acknowledging students’ different rates of progress through the levels and across elements acknowledging that …

How do the progressions cater to the diversity of learners? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How does the literacy progression cater to students for whom English is an additional language or dialect?

The Shape of the Australian Curriculum describes ACARA’s commitment to supporting equity of access to the Australian Curriculum for all students. As part of this commitment, ACARA developed Student diversity advice and the English as an Additional Language …

How does the literacy progression cater to students for whom English is an additional language or dialect? | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How is the literacy progression related to the Australian Curriculum?

Literacy skills are explicit in the Australian Curriculum: English. However, literacy is strengthened, made specific and extended in other learning areas. Literacy enables students to access, understand, analyse and evaluate information, make meaning, …

How is the literacy progression related to the Australian Curriculum? | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How is the literacy progression structured?

Elements and sub-elements The National Literacy Learning Progression has three elements that reflect aspects of literacy development necessary for successful learners of the F–10 Australian Curriculum and in everyday life. The three elements, which align …

How is the literacy progression structured? | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Implications for teaching, assessing and reporting

The Australian Curriculum defines a solid foundation in knowledge, understanding, skills and values for all Australian children. It recognises that children are different: they develop at different rates, have different learning preferences and areas …

Implications for teaching, assessing and reporting | F-10 curriculum

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