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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

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

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

Rationale Auslan

The formal study of Auslan contributes to the overall intellectual and social enrichment of both first language (L1) and second language (L2) learners by providing: opportunities for engagement with the Deaf community and insight into its rich cultural …

Rationale | Auslan | 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

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