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How are the progressions different from the general capabilities and how can they be used?

The National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions are different from the general capability literacy and numeracy continua in scope, structure and intended use. The general capabilities describe what can reasonably be expected of students at particular …

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What is literacy?

Literacy is fundamental to a student’s ability to learn at school and to engage productively in society. In the Australian Curriculum, … students become literate as they develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions to interpret and use language confidently …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Version 3 of National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions

During the discovery phase for the online formative assessment initiative in 2019, ACARA mapped and compared the current version (Version 2) of the National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions (NLNLPs) with other existing progressions and assessments …

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How do the progressions cater to the diversity of learners?

Consistent with ACARA’s Student diversity advice on the Australian Curriculum website, the progressions support teachers to cater for the diversity of learners by: acknowledging students’ different rates of progress through the levels and across elements acknowledging that …

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How can the literacy progression be used?

The National Literacy Learning Progression can be used at a whole school, team or individual teacher level. However, the progression provides maximum student learning benefits when used as part of a whole-school strategy that involves professional learning …

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What is the focus of the literacy progression?

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

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What is numeracy?

Numeracy is fundamental to a student’s ability to learn at school and to engage productively in society. In the Australian Curriculum, students become numerate as they develop the knowledge and skills to use mathematics confidently across learning areas …

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How can the numeracy progression be used?

The National Numeracy Learning Progression can be used at a whole school, team or individual teacher level. However, the progression provides maximum student learning benefits when used as part of a whole-school strategy that involves professional learning …

How can the numeracy progression be used? | National Numeracy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How is the literacy progression related to the Australian Curriculum?

Literacy skills are explicit in the Australian Curriculum: English. However, literacy is strengthened, made specific and extended in other learning areas. Literacy enables students to access, understand, analyse and evaluate information, make meaning, …

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How is the numeracy progression related to the Australian Curriculum?

Numeracy skills are explicit teaching in the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. Students need opportunities to recognise that mathematics is constantly used outside the mathematics classroom and that numerate people apply general mathematical skills …

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How does the literacy progression cater to students for whom English is an additional language or dialect?

The Shape of the Australian Curriculum describes ACARA’s commitment to supporting equity of access to the Australian Curriculum for all students. As part of this commitment, ACARA developed Student diversity advice and the English as an Additional Language …

How does the literacy progression cater to students for whom English is an additional language or dialect? | National Literacy Learning Progression | 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 …

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