Year 12 key phases of learning
Teacher advice – The Stage 6 phases project has been developed to support teachers in the structuring of teaching and learning activities for Stage 6 units. In the typical eight-week timeframe of a unit, a teacher may employ a range of these phases in order to meet outcomes, cover content and prepare for assessment.
The term ‘phase’ helps to focus planning by identifying the specific purpose of each section within a teaching program. The phases are closely aligned to the English textual concept ‘learning processes’ of understanding, engaging personally, connecting, engaging critically, experimenting, and reflecting. As such each phase focuses teacher and student attention onto the learning intentions of each sequence of lessons.
Each phase lesson sequence is structured as a case study utilising a module and a prescribed text. However, the teaching and learning activities within the case study could be easily adapted to any Stage 6 unit.
Connecting phase - Module B Emma
- Emma - connecting phase - lesson sequence (DOCX 85 KB)
- Emma - connecting phase - student booklet (DOCX 75 KB)
Engagement phase - Module B Henry IV
- Henry IV - engagement phase- lesson sequence (DOCX 75 KB)
- Henry IV - engagement phase - student booklet (DOCX 370 KB)
Unpacking phase - Module B Henry IV
- Henry IV - unpacking phase - lesson sequence (DOCX 86 KB)
- Henry IV - unpacking phase - student booklet (DOCX 85 KB)