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Structure Digital Technologies

The Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies (F–10) comprises two related strands: Digital Technologies knowledge and understanding – the information system components of data, and digital systems (hardware, software and networks) Digital Technologies …

Structure | Digital Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Structure of English English

Units In Unit 1 students explore how meaning is communicated through the relationships between language, text, purpose, context and audience. This includes how language and texts are shaped by their purpose, the audiences for whom they are intended and …

Structure of English | English | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure of Biology Biology

Units Biology is the study of the fascinating diversity of life as it has evolved and as it interacts and functions. Investigation of biological systems and their interactions, from cellular processes to ecosystem dynamics, has led to biological knowledge …

Structure of Biology | Biology | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Rationale/Aims Biology

Rationale Biology is the study of the fascinating diversity of life as it has evolved and as it interacts and functions. Investigation of biological systems and their interactions, from cellular processes to ecosystem dynamics, has led to biological knowledge …

Rationale/Aims | Biology | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies Foundation – Year 10 comprises two subjects: Design and Technologies Digital Technologies. The Australian Curriculum: Technologies is written on the basis that all students will study the two subjects from Foundation …

Structure | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Primary matters - Issue 18 - Digital Technologies, June 2019

“Digital Technologies empowers students to shape change by influencing how contemporary and emerging information systems and practices are applied to meet current and future needs. A deep knowledge and understanding of information systems enables students …

Primary matters - Issue 18 - Digital Technologies, June 2019 | Publications | Resources and publications

Structure of Earth and Environmental Science Earth and Environmental Science

Units In Earth and Environmental Science, students develop their understanding of the ways in which interactions between Earth systems influence Earth processes, environments and resources. There are four units: Unit 1: Introduction to Earth systems Unit …

Structure of Earth and Environmental Science | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Rationale/Aims Earth and Environmental Science

Rationale Earth and Environmental Science is a multifaceted field of inquiry that focuses on interactions between the solid Earth, its water, its air and its living organisms, and on dynamic, interdependent relationships that have developed between these …

Rationale/Aims | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Nature and purpose of the Framework Framework for Classical Languages

Classical languages are distinct within the languages learning area of the Australian Curriculum. While they have ceased to be languages of everyday communication, Classical languages provide a key to the literature, history, thought and culture of the …

Nature and purpose of the Framework | Framework for Classical Languages | Languages | F-10 curriculum

What is the purpose of the progressions?

Successful teaching and learning to address student needs in relation to literacy and numeracy requires the teacher to have an understanding of where the student is now and where the student needs to go next in their literacy and numeracy development. The …

What is the purpose of the progressions? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Rationale Digital Technologies

This rationale complements and extends the rationale for the Technologies learning area. In a world that is increasingly digitised and automated, it is critical to the wellbeing and sustainability of the economy, the environment and society, that the …

Rationale | Digital Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Aims Digital Technologies

In addition to the overarching aims for the Australian Curriculum: Technologies, Digital Technologies more specifically aims to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to ensure that, individually and collaboratively, students: design, create, …

Aims | Digital Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Key ideas

Overarching idea: Creating preferred futures The Technologies curriculum provides students with opportunities to consider how solutions that are created now will be used in the future. Students will identify the possible benefits and risks of creating …

Key ideas | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

How is the numeracy progression related to the Australian Curriculum?

Numeracy skills are explicit teaching in the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. Students need opportunities to recognise that mathematics is constantly used outside the mathematics classroom and that numerate people apply general mathematical skills …

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

Primary Matters, issue 23: The review of the Australian Curriculum and Digital Technologies in focus (DTiF)

This edition of Primary Matters provides an update on the Australian Curriculum Review as it relates to the primary years (Foundation –Year 6) and showcases new teaching resources from ACARA’s Digital Technologies in focus (DTiF) project in primary years. …

Primary Matters, issue 23: The review of the Australian Curriculum and Digital Technologies in focus (DTiF) | Publications | Resources and publications

Structure of Chemistry Chemistry

Units In Chemistry, students develop their understanding of chemical systems, and how models of matter and energy transfers and transformations can be used to describe, explain and predict chemical structures, properties and reactions. There are four …

Structure of Chemistry | Chemistry | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Rationale Dance

This rationale complements and extends the rationale for The Arts learning area. Dance is expressive movement with purpose and form. Through dance, students represent, question and celebrate human experience, using the body as the instrument and movement …

Rationale | Dance | The Arts | F-10 curriculum

Rationale/Aims Chemistry

Rationale Chemistry is the study of materials and substances, and the transformations they undergo through interactions and the transfer of energy. Chemists can use an understanding of chemical structures and processes to adapt, control and manipulate …

Rationale/Aims | Chemistry | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Key ideas Science

In the Australian Curriculum: Science, there are six key ideas that represent key aspects of a scientific view of the world and bridge knowledge and understanding across the disciplines of science, as shown Figure 1 below. These are embedded within each …

Key ideas | Science | F-10 curriculum

Structure Drama

Learning in Drama Learning in Drama involves students making, performing, analysing and responding to drama, drawing on human experience as a source of ideas. Students engage with the knowledge of drama, develop skills, techniques and processes, and use …

Structure | Drama | The Arts | F-10 curriculum

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