Scope The breadth and depth of content to be covered in a curriculum at any one time (e.g. week, term, year, over a student’s school life).
Sequence The order in which content is presented to learners over time. The order in which you do it.
Scope and Sequence? Together a scope and sequence of learning bring order to the delivery of content, supporting the maximising of student learning and offering sustained opportunities for learning. Without a considered scope and sequence there is the risk of ad hoc content delivery and the missing of significant learning.
Naming the Content Highlight a familiar key word or topic from the Year 12 Catholic content (one KU and/or LP) Mark with a highlighter where this has been covered in some way in previous units/years
Sequencing the Content How has this content been addressed in each of the places you have found? Record the unit and any key page references from the resources provided
The Scope of the Content Write a summary statement that describes how this content is approached across Years 8 - 12. The statement needs to identify what is common and what is distinctive.
Reflection and Review What are some other related skills, terms, ideas and/or concepts essential for developing an understanding of this content? Where can you locate these? Refine your statement