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Curriculum resources to help you plan, program, teach, assess and report on learning for Early Stage 1 students in NSW public schools.
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Support for small school planning and programming for history using a conceptual approach.
Using quality literature in HSIE (history and geography) to support the cross-curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.
Creative arts K-6 – six units to develop student and teacher skills, knowledge and understanding in drama.
Languages – Students interact verbally, using activities based on languages syllabus content. Many can be adapted as tasks in task-based language learning units.
Creative arts K-6 - four units to develop student and teacher skills, knowledge and understandings of the world through visual arts
Using quality literature in HSIE (history and geography) to support the cross-curriculum priority of Asia and Australia’s engagement in Asia.
Criteria for text selection to respond to and create literature K-6.
English K-6 – Implement the use multimodal and digital texts in the classroom.
English – Explore the study of texts in K-6 classrooms.
Mathematics K-6 – Help parents and carers engage their children in mathematics through fun, relatable activities. You can use these resources in your classrooms.
Use picture books to develop historical concepts, skills, knowledge and understandings.
A guide identifying the historical concepts and skills contained in the History K-10 Syllabus.
HSIE K-6 stage-based continuum
Evaluate a teaching and learning program for history K-10.
An introductory STEM activity linked to Jackie French's picture book, 'Diary of a Wombat'.
PDHPE K-6 – A unit of learning for each stage that explores the skills required to stay safe in a variety of environments
PDHPE K-6 – A unit of learning for each stage that allows students to test and create solutions to physical challenges through movement.
PDHPE K-10 Syllabus implementation tool
Languages K-6 – This checklist can be used by language teachers for formative assessment purposes when students are engaged in communicative activities.
K-6 – How teachers can use student data to inform programming
Languages K-6 – Video explaining how to use a chatterbox in a language classroom to generate authentic communication.
Creative arts K-6 Five original compositions with accompanying student learning experiences.
Creative arts K-6 – students develop physical competencies and awareness of the body in time and space.
PDHPE K-6 – Outcomes checklist tool for the NSW PDHPE K-10 Syllabus.
Languages K-6 – Use this document to facilitate peer and self-assessment when students are engaged in communicative activities.
Geography – unit to identify the importance of places students belong and why they are special
Science and technology – Marble push challenge investigation
Creative arts K-6 – Students can play percussion instruments with an animated musical score.
PDHPE – Use as a guide to critique and evaluate units of work.
Languages K-6 – This rubric can be used by language teachers and students for teacher, self and peer-assessment of student performance in communicative language tasks.