The Australian Curriculum sets the expectations for what all young Australians should be taught. The Australian Curriculum can be used flexibly by schools, according to jurisdictional and system policies and schedules, to develop programs that meet the educational needs of their students and that extend and challenge students.
Examining a range of resources and documents, such as the Australian Curriculum, that outline suggested content will help you to create a well-balanced scope and sequence plan, and this in turn will allow you to plan relevant and intentional teaching sequences.
Access the resources below to assist you in planning for differentiation, and to cater for a range of abilities, learning styles and individual needs.
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Stairway to Reading Success: phonics skill development
Informative poster detailing the aspects of skill development required to become...Show more
Year 1 English: Level and content descriptions, and achievement standards: Language, literature and literacy
Descriptions and elaborations of capabilities and achievement standards with lin...Show more
Literacy teaching toolkit map
Pedagogic information and instructional strategies to support the development of...Show more
Sequence of English content
A sequence of content descriptions for teaching English from Foundation through ...Show more
Literacy teaching toolkit for reading and viewing
Literacy teaching toolkit with a focus on the reading and viewing strand.Show more
Learning progression year 1 English work sample: 'satisfactory'
This annotated 'satisfactory' year 1 English sample can be used to help teachers...Show more
Learning progression year 1 English work sample: 'below satisfactory'
This annotated 'below satisfactory' English sample can be used to help teachers ...Show more
Learning progression year 1 English work sample: 'above satisfactory'
This annotated 'above satisfactory' English sample can be used to help teachers ...Show more