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Context statement Hindi

The place of the Hindi language and associated cultures in Australia and the world Hindi is an official language of India and Fiji. It is the most widely spoken language of the Indian subcontinent and is also widely spoken throughout the world in countries …

Context statement | Hindi | 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 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 Korean

The place of the Korean culture and language in Australia and the world Korean is the language of one of Australia’s important neighbours in the Asian region and is spoken by around 80 million people in the Korean Peninsula and worldwide. …

Context statement | Korean | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Italian

The place of the Italian language and culture in Australia and the world Italian, also known as Standard Italian or italiano standard, is the official language of Italy, the Vatican City, San Marino and parts of Switzerland. It is also …

Context statement | Italian | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Context statement Modern Greek

The place of the Modern Greek language and culture in Australia and the world Modern Greek is the official language of Greece and Cyprus. It is spoken throughout the world – wherever there are Greek-speaking communities. One of the major …

Context statement | Modern Greek | 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 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 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 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

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

Developing teaching and learning Auslan

Sequences of learning The Australian Curriculum: Languages – Auslan has two learning sequences: one from Foundation to Year 10, and another from Year 7 to Year 10 (Year 7 Entry). The curriculum is written in a series of bands, as follows: Foundation …

Developing teaching and learning | Auslan | Languages | 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

Guiding principles Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages

Appropriate consultations with relevant Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander communities are always central to the development of language-specific curricula and the provision of language learning programs in schools. The following guiding principles …

Guiding principles | Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Introduction Auslan

As a native user of Auslan, and as an advocate for the language and for the Deaf community, I am thrilled to see a national curriculum in Auslan come to fruition. For the first time, deaf children will have access to a formal first language learner pathway …

Introduction | Auslan | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Introduction

The Australian Curriculum: Languages is designed to enable all students to engage in learning a language in addition to English. The design of the Australian Curriculum: Languages recognises the features that languages share as well as the distinctiveness …

Introduction | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Learner diversity and learner pathways Auslan

Pathways There is diversity in the background of learners of Auslan. Learners may be deaf, hard of hearing or hearing, and may be learning Auslan as a first language or as a second language. To cater for distinct learner backgrounds, the Auslan curriculum …

Learner diversity and learner pathways | Auslan | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Learning Auslan Auslan

Some linguistic features of Auslan are similar to properties found in spoken languages and others are not. For example, the 26 fingerspelled letters of the Auslan alphabet are based on the 26 letters of English. The occasional contact Auslan has with …

Learning Auslan | Auslan | Languages | F-10 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

Rationale Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages

Nganki - ka Kardu thipmam - wa! I Murrinh warda ngatha. The nganthin ngumpanngerren. I ku ngakumarl, da ngarra ngugumingki wurran. The da matha nganthin ngala i da bere matha wangu ngumamath ngumpan ngarra magulkul nganki. We are black people. …

Rationale | Framework for Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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