English for the Australian Curriculum This resource is a national initiative to support the teaching and learning of English and literacy from Foundation to Year 10, produced in partnership with Education Services Australia and the joint associations of the Australian Association for the Teaching of English, the Australian Literacy Educators’ Association and the Primary English Teaching Association Australia, representing more than 10,000 teachers of English. Materials here comprise 12 year-level units of work, with 12 sequences in each, written by teachers and educators from a range of states, territories and educational settings. The writers have been guided in composition and worked as a team to collaborate in producing some 850 new elaborations of curriculum content, all supported by digital resources and interactive worksheets.
Linda took up several of my challenges for the Holiday Poem Camp which is awesome so I have decided to post them all! These poems are imaginative but they also use really good detail. Sometimes they rhyme and sometimes they don’t. I like the way the rhyme doesn’t take charge of the poems. It was really interesting for me to see how she used the lines I gave you. poetry challenges | Poetry Box
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Classroom Antarctica is a comprehensive online teaching resource produced by the Australian Antarctic Division, aimed at grades 5 to 8. Find out more about how it works. Classroom Antarctica also provides additional resources for use in your teaching units.
Home » Classroom Strategies Explicit strategy instruction is at the core of good comprehension instruction. "Before" strategies activate students' prior knowledge and set a purpose for reading. "During" strategies help students make connections, monitor their understanding, generate questions, and stay focused. "After" strategies provide students an opportunity to summarize, question, reflect, discuss, and respond to text. Teachers should help students to understand why a strategy is useful, how it is used, and when it is appropriate.
Pacific Stories Learning - Teachers Guide To search for curriculum specific resource worksheets and lesson plans written by experienced teachers and FREE video clips for download. Pacific Stories Featured Films Find out more about the Pacific Stories featured films click here. Pacific Stories Further Resources For further resources on Pacific Stories click here. For surprising `Did you know?' facts about the region, as available on the Interactive Map page. Some facts have Digital Resources associated with them.
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TV Web Markers: Quest for the pole | Meet Shackleton's team | Kingdom of ice | More from Orde-Lees' diary | Other polar survival stories | Danger on the ice | Navigating the open seas | Interview with Alexandra Shackleton | Explore South Georgia | Expedition timeline 1914 to 1916 In October and November 1999, NOVA journeyed into ice-choked Antarctic waters and onto the shores of rugged Elephant and South Georgia Islands as we followed in the footsteps of Sir Ernest Shackleton. This legendary explorer's 1914-1916 Endurance expedition is one of the greatest survival stories of all time. Then, in April 2000, we returned to document Shackleton's final trial—the crossing of South Georgia—by three of the world's most distinguished mountaineers, Reinhold Messner, Conrad Anker and Stephen Venables. NOVA Online | Shackleton's Voyage of Endurance
The Antarctic is probably the most desolate continent on the planet. It is a continually changing area, especially now with global warning. Australia has had a long connection with it, not only through exploration but also through scientific research. The Antarctic | Antarctica | Exploration
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Traditional knowledge can tell us much about the ecology of northern Australia. CSIRO, as part of the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge program, worked with six language groups - the Gooniyandi and Walmajarri from the Fitzroy River area in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, the Ngan’gi, Malakmalak and Wagiman from the Daly River region in the Northern Territory, and the Gulumoerrgin/Larrakia from the Darwin region - over five years to develop a series of calendars representing Aboriginal seasonal knowledge. Calendar
Calendar Resources 12-month Seasonal Calendar TemplateMake your own Seasonal CalendarFood chain cut out pageFood chainsWhat is an ecosystemAdaptations and climate For teachers A seasonal calendar is a method for passing on information that is important to a particular group of people. Indigenous Australians pass on knowledge and information through storytelling and artwork, and people learn by observing and imitating family and friends.
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Overview | AC History Units The Australian Curriculum: History introduces a discipline-based approach to teaching history in primary and secondary classrooms. This marks a shift away from more integrated approaches associated with Studies of Society and Environment (SOSE). A discipline-based approach to teaching history requires teachers to have an understanding of the fundamentals of the discipline. All disciplines have distinctive ways of thinking and doing things. These are encapsulated in the key concepts, skills and methods of the discipline.
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