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Implementation of the Australian Curriculum

State and territory curriculum and school authorities are responsible for the implementation of the Australian Curriculum in their schools, in line with system and jurisdictional policies and requirements. They make decisions about the extent and timing …

Implementation of the Australian Curriculum | F-10 curriculum

Introduction

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies describes two distinct but related subjects: Design and Technologies, in which students use design thinking and technologies to generate and produce designed solutions for authentic needs and opportunities Digital …

Introduction | Technologies | 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

In the Australian Curriculum, The Arts is a learning area that draws together related but distinct art forms. While these art forms have close relationships and are often used in interrelated ways, each involves different approaches to arts practices …

Introduction | The Arts | 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

Key ideas Health and Physical Education

Health and Physical Education propositions The Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education has been shaped by five interrelated propositions that are informed by a strong and diverse research base for a futures-oriented curriculum: Focus on educative …

Key ideas | Health and Physical Education | 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

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

Key ideas English

Texts Texts provide the means for communication. They can be written, spoken, visual, multimodal, and in print or digital/online forms. Multimodal texts combine language with other means of communication such as visual images, soundtrack or spoken words, …

Key ideas | English | 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 3-6

The Australian Curriculum across Years 3–6 assists students to develop their ability to take positive action for well-being; relate and communicate well with others; pose questions and solve problems; make informed decisions and act responsibly. It engages …

Learning 3-6 | F-10 curriculum

Learning 7-10

In Years 7–10 the Australian Curriculum supports the deepening of knowledge, understanding and skills in all eight learning areas. The curriculum continues to prepare students for civic, social and economic participation and personal health and well-being …

Learning 7-10 | 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

Learning F-2

Students bring to school a wide range of experiences, abilities, needs and interests. They have a natural curiosity about their world. Their desire to make sense of the world provides a platform to plan and review their learning through interactions with …

Learning F-2 | 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 English

The study of English is central to the learning and development of all young Australians. It helps create confident communicators, imaginative thinkers and informed citizens. It is through the study of English that individuals learn to analyse, understand, …

Rationale | English | 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

Rationale Economics and Business

As mass global flows of people, resources, finances and information produce social, economic, political and environmental complexities and challenges, Australia needs enterprising individuals who can make informed decisions and actively participate …

Rationale | Economics and Business | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Rationale Design and Technologies

This rationale complements and extends the rationale for the Technologies learning area. In an increasingly technological and complex world, it is important to develop knowledge and confidence to critically analyse and creatively respond to design challenges. …

Rationale | Design and Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Rationale

Through learning languages, students acquire: communication skills in the language being learnt an intercultural capability, and an understanding of the role of language and culture in communication a capability for reflection on language use and language …

Rationale | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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