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Senior secondary English subjects

The senior secondary Australian Curriculum for English is presented in four subjects that share common features. These include the continuing development of students’ knowledge, understanding and skills in listening, speaking, reading, viewing and writing. …

Senior secondary English subjects | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Links to Foundation to Year 10

Each senior secondary English subject draws upon, develops and emphasises different knowledge, understandings, skills and processes related to the strands of Language, Literature and Literacy used in the Foundation to Year 10 curriculum. The emphasis …

Links to Foundation to Year 10 | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Representation of Cross-curriculum priorities

The senior secondary English curriculum values the histories, cultures, traditions and languages of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and their central place in contemporary Australian society and culture. Through the study of texts, students …

Representation of Cross-curriculum priorities | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Texts English

Teachers will use an array of material in class. Texts include literary texts, fiction and non-fiction, media texts, everyday texts, and workplace texts, from increasingly complex and unfamiliar settings, ranging from the everyday language of personal …

Texts | English | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Texts English as an Additional Language or Dialect

Teachers will use an array of material in class. Texts include literary texts, fiction and non-fiction, media texts, everyday texts, and workplace texts, from increasingly complex and unfamiliar settings, ranging from the everyday language of personal …

Texts | English as an Additional Language or Dialect | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Representation of General capabilities English

General capabilities covered in English include: Literacy, Numeracy, Information and communication technology (ICT) capability, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability, Ethical understanding and Intercultural understanding. Literacy Literacy …

Representation of General capabilities | English | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Representation of General capabilities English as an Additional Language or Dialect

General capabilities covered in EAL/D include: Literacy, Numeracy, Information and communication technology (ICT) capability, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability, Ethical understanding and Intercultural understanding. Literacy Literacy …

Representation of General capabilities | English as an Additional Language or Dialect | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Representation of General capabilities Essential English

General capabilities covered in Essential English include: Literacy, Numeracy, Information and communication technology (ICT) capability, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability, Ethical understanding and Intercultural understanding. Literacy Literacy …

Representation of General capabilities | Essential English | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Representation of General capabilities Literature

General capabilities covered in Literature include: Literacy, Numeracy, Information and communication technology (ICT) capability, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability, Ethical understanding and Intercultural understanding. Literacy Literacy …

Representation of General capabilities | Literature | English | Senior secondary 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 Essential English Essential English

Units Unit 1 focuses on students comprehending and responding to the ideas and information presented in texts drawn from a range of contexts. Students are taught a variety of strategies to assist comprehension. They read, view and listen to texts to connect, …

Structure of Essential English | Essential English | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure of Literature Literature

Units Unit 1 develops students’ knowledge and understanding of different ways of reading and creating literary texts drawn from a widening range of historical, social, cultural and personal contexts. Students analyse the relationships between language, …

Structure of Literature | Literature | English | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure of English as an Additional Language or Dialect English as an Additional Language or Dialect

Units 1–4 Unit 1 focuses on investigating how language and culture are interrelated and expressed in a range of contexts. A variety of oral, written and multimodal texts are used to develop understanding of text structures and language features. The relationship …

Structure of English as an Additional Language or Dialect | English as an Additional Language or Dialect | English | Senior secondary curriculum

ACELR026

the ways in which different literary forms may evolve, for example, the development of digital storytelling

ACELR026 | Content Descriptions | Unit 2 | Literature | English | Senior secondary curriculum

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