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Significance of landscapes to people

Teachers of students with individual learning needs combine classes as part of their Year 8 unit of study: Landscapes and Landforms. The aim for this lesson is to develop students’ understanding of the connection Aboriginal Peoples have to the land through …

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An integrated approach

The teacher, who is also the deputy principal, develops an integrated unit of work for a class of students ranging from 5 to 12 years of age. All of her students have individual learning goals. The teacher uses an integrated planning approach to link …

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Field work in a local context

A teacher of students with individual learning needs in a multi-age class selects the Year 8 unit of study: Landscapes and Landforms. The teacher aims to develop her students’ sense of wonder and curiosity about familiar places and the local environment …

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Planning for geography field work

A head of curriculum meets with two class teachers to support them as they plan their Year 8 Geography unit of study and prepare for an excursion to the local area. The teachers describe how they intend to take into account the individual learning needs …

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Uluru: a landform in a landscape

A teacher of students with individual learning needs selects the Year 8 unit of study: Landscapes and Landforms to develop age-equivalent learning activities to develop and enhance her students’ sense of wonder and curiosity about places and environments …

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Procedural Writing

Students in this Year 1 class learn about different procedural texts and the criteria for writing their own procedure. In a lesson, the students write a procedure for making fairy bread. The teacher reiterates the steps the students need to follow and …

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Early Colonists: Builders or destroyers

Two Year 5 teachers at this school collaborate and team teach as a strategy to meet the needs of all students in their classes. In this lesson students were organised in mixed-ability groups, with one of the groups consisting of high-ability students. …

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Analysing language in narrative texts

A teacher of a class of 20 students, of whom 7 are learning English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D), selects age-appropriate content from the Year 3 English learning area in the Australian Curriculum. The lesson is part of a unit of work that …

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Writing a persuasive letter

A teacher of a class of EAL/D students selects age-appropriate content from the Year 9 Australian Curriculum for English. The lesson is part of a unit of work to teach students how to create persuasive texts in the form of complaint letters. In the lesson, …

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Creating Stories

A teacher of a class of 27 students, of whom 18 are learning English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D), selects age-appropriate content from the Year 1 Australian Curriculum: English. The lesson is part of a unit of work to create stories. …

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Rights and Freedoms

A teacher of year 10 History guides her students through a revision lesson on the changing rights and freedoms of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In order to meet the broad range of learning needs in the class, the teacher provides alternative …

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Overview of personalised learning

The principal and head of curriculum at Clifford Park Special School describe successes and challenges when using the Australian Curriculum to plan learning and teaching strategies for students with individual learning needs. This includes how teachers …

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Meeting future energy needs

A teacher of Year 8 science, who is also the sustainability co-ordinator, ensures all students are engaged, supported and challenged during a practical investigation into the transference and transformation of energy. He draws from the cross-curriculum …

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