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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

Aims Economics and Business

The Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business aims to aims to ensure students develop: enterprising behaviours and capabilities that can be transferable into life, work and business opportunities and will contribute to the development and prosperity …

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

Links to Foundation to Year 10 Modern History

The Modern History curriculum continues to develop student learning in history through the same strands used in the Foundation to Year 10 history curriculum, although in the historical knowledge and understanding strand in Years 9-10, there is a focus …

Links to Foundation to Year 10 | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary 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

Student diversity

ACARA is committed to the development of a high-quality curriculum that promotes excellence and equity in education for all Australian students. All students are entitled to rigorous, relevant and engaging learning programs drawn from the Australian Curriculum: …

Student diversity | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Structure Design and Technologies

The Australian Curriculum: Design and Technologies (F–10) comprises two related strands: Design and Technologies knowledge and understanding – the use, development and impact of technologies and design ideas across a range of technologies contexts Design …

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

How can the benefits of the progressions be maximised?

Whole school In a school, the benefits of the progressions are maximised where there is a whole-school, systematic approach to literacy and numeracy development that ensures: opportunities for professional dialogue and collaboration to strengthen teacher …

How can the benefits of the progressions be maximised? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

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

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

Why were the progressions developed?

Literacy and numeracy are fundamental to a student’s ability to learn at school and to engage productively in society. Improving literacy/numeracy development is a priority for many schools. The development of the Literacy and Numeracy Progressions has …

Why were the progressions developed? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the progressions be used?

The progressions do not describe what to teach; they provide a detailed map of how students become increasingly adept in particular aspects of literacy and numeracy development. Learning area content and achievement standards continue to be the focus …

How can the progressions be used? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How is the literacy progression structured?

Elements and sub-elements The National Literacy Learning Progression has three elements that reflect aspects of literacy development necessary for successful learners of the F–10 Australian Curriculum and in everyday life. The three elements, which align …

How is the literacy progression structured? | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

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

How were the progressions developed?

The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), in partnership with NSW Department of Education, led the development of national collaborative action to develop the progressions from mid-2016 to the end of 2017. During 2016, version …

How were the progressions developed? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Representation of General capabilities

Literacy is important in students’ development of Science Inquiry Skills and their understanding of content presented through the Science Understanding and Science as a Human Endeavour strands. Students gather, interpret, synthesise and critically analyse …

Representation of General capabilities | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

How is the numeracy progression structured?

Elements and sub-elements The National Numeracy Learning Progression has three elements that reflect aspects of numeracy development necessary for successful learners of the F–10 Australian Curriculum and in everyday life. The three elements are: Number …

How is the numeracy progression structured? | National Numeracy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

What is the focus of the numeracy progression?

Numeracy development influences student success in many areas of learning at school. The progression can be used to support students to successfully engage with the numeracy demands of the Foundation to Year 10 Australian Curriculum. The National Numeracy …

What is the focus of the numeracy progression? | National Numeracy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Literacy learning area advice

The learning area advice resources can assist teachers in providing an illustration of how the progressions may be used in learning areas, other than Mathematics and English, to support students’ literacy and numeracy development. They provide authentic …

Literacy learning area advice | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

A guide to the progressions for parents

Literacy and numeracy development influences students’ success in most aspects of schooling. The National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions are a resource that describe how literacy and numeracy learning  develops over time. There are two progressions …

A guide to the progressions for parents | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

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

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