Living School Termly Programmer

TEACHER/EDUCATOR'S NAME

LEARNING GROUP'S DETAILS

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LOOK AT THE FOCUS/INQUIRY QUESTIONS IN THE NSW SYLLABUSES

Consider the inquiry questions from the NESA syllabuses

LOOK AT THE FOCUS/INQUIRY QUESTIONS IN THE LIVING SCHOOL SCOPE AND SEQUENCES

Review HSIE, Science and PDH

 Kindy | Stage 1 | Stage 2 | Stage 3 | Stage 4 | Stage 5

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KEYSTONE THREAD

This is the BIG BROAD AND STUDENT INITIATED LEARNING you are focusing on with your class around the term's focus.

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CONNECTIONS THREAD - integrated learning around our termly KeyStone.

Think of ideas you would like your learners to consider in each of the Learning Lenses - as outlined below.

VAST UNIVERSAL QUALITIES - explicit teaching of character development

INTEGRATED LEARNING

Consider how you can use evocations in your lessons: quotes, short stories, poetry, illustrations, puzzles/quizzes.

ACTIVITIES & EXPERIENCES

Consider activities, brain breaks, challenges to keep learners engaged around the KeyStone quest.

CREATIVE EXPRESSION

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CONCEPT THREAD

The disciplines of content in English, Maths, Science, LOTE (Bundjalung). Try to consider these within a six-week learning phase. Refer to the Living School scope and sequences, as well as NESA's syllabus requirements (ENG | MATHS | SCIENCE).

ASSESSMENTS - Assessments Being Considered Over the Term

Add to each week any assessments being considered. Look at the NESA requirements (ENG | MATHS | SCIENCE)

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Context Thread

Think about how you could use a project or target our preferred six experiences to offer understanding of abstract concepts in context - real world learning.  You may not offer all six each term, but you should look to offer all six over a semester.  This is about making learning hands-on, fun, real and engaging.

EXCURSION?

Considering an excursion this term? Please click on the Excursion Request Form link