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1 Planning for instruction

2 What are they expected to learn & why is it important? Australian Curriculum 1 our SA reference points Making it concrete our SA reference points What do they bring? Prior skills, knowledge and understandings? TfEL 4.1 & What does the expected learning look like at this level? What does the expected learning look like at this level? Achievement Standards 3 How am I going to assess their learning? How will they demonstrate their learning? Assessment in authentic contexts TfEL Design, sequence, activities The learning plan.. Design, sequence, activities TfEL What will engage, challenge, and support them in their learning? TfEL D 2, 3 & 4 5 What do I want them to learn? How will I know if they got it? So what will we do to get there? Margot Foster, 2011

3 What are they expected to learn & why is it important? Australian Curriculum 1 Check the Australian Curriculum What is the big idea / focus? Why is it important to my students right now? How will it help them in the future? What content descriptions will I focus on? What are the achievement standards?

4 What do they bring? Prior skills, knowledge and understandings? TfEL 4.1 & Strategies What do I know about students’ skills, prior knowledge and understandings? What else might I need to know? How could I find out?

5 “The only way we can confidently assess our students’ comprehension is when they share their thinking with us.” It is important to keep track of students’ thinking about reading and, more importantly, students need to know about their thinking as well so they can work to improve comprehension. Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis (2000)

6 What does the expected learning look like at this level? What does the expected learning look like at this level? Achievement Standards 3 What do the ACE achievement standards look for my students? How do the NAR regional standards translate into the skills required to succeed? NAPLaN skills Running Records levels / skills How is this differentiated?

7 How am I going to assess their learning? How will they demonstrate their learning? Assessment in authentic contexts TfEL How can we measure improvement? What assessment strategies will we use? How will we know that improvement in comprehension is occurring?

8 What will engage, challenge, and support them in their learning? TfEL D 2, 3 & 4 5 Engage Challenge Support

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10 Design, sequence, activities The learning plan.. Design, sequence, activities TfEL What will it look like modelled to independent?


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