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Year 1

Term

Developmental
Domain
Objectives

Key Descriptors
Australian Curriculum

English
Emotional
For the children
to:
Develop the
ability to reflect
on self, strengths
and challenges
Social
For the children
to:
Develop the
ability to express
thoughts and
opinions with
others
Language
For the children
to:
Develop the
ability to
develop
expression while
reading

*Understand how different types of texts are organised using page
numbering, tables of contents, headings and titles, navigation
buttons, bars and links.
*comparing different kinds of images in narrative and informative
texts and discuss how they contribute to meaning.
*recognise and know how to use morphemes in word families for
example play in played and playing.
*listen to, recite and perform poems, chants, rhymes and songs,
imitating and inventing sound patterns including alliteration and
rhyme.
*make short presentations using some introduced text structures and
language, for example opening statements.
*reread students own texts and discuss possible changes to improve
meaning, spelling and punctuation
*construct texts that incorporate supporting images using software
including word processing programs.
*recognise that different types of punctuation, including full stops,
question marks and exclamation marks signal sentences.

4

Learning Objectives

*Identify the features of texts
including page numbering, tables
of contents, headings and titles.
*Comparing features of fiction and
non-fiction texts. Discuss what is
real and what is imagined.
*Building word families from
common morphemes.
*Listening to and performing simple
haiku.
*Providing simple explanations
about how to do or make
something.
*Rereading wok aloud to listen for
grammatical correctness: checking
use of capital letters, full stops,
question marks and exclamation
marks.
*Beginning to use dictionaries and
classroom charts to check and
correct spelling of less familiar
words.
*Discussing similarities and
differences between texts

*explore differences in words that represent people, places and
things ( nouns and pronouns) and details such as when, where and
how ( adverbs)

*Discussing how plots develop:
orientation, complication &
resolution

For the children
to:
Develop the
ability to use
positional
language

*understand the variability of sound letter matches.

Maths

*discuss features of plot, character and setting in different types of
literature and explore some features of characters in different texts

*using place value patterns
beyond the teens to generalise the
number sequence and predict the
number.

Physical

Maths

For the children
to:
Develop muscle
strength in
hands, fingers
and wrists.

*investigate and describe number patterns formed by skip counting
and patterns with objects,

Cognitive

*Respond to texts drawn from a range of cultures and experiences.

*represent and solve simple addition and subtraction problems using
a range of strategies, (counting on, partitioning, rearranging parts).
*recognise, model, read, write and order numbers o at least 100.

*developing a range of strategies
for addition and subtraction
problems.
*modelling numbers a with a range
of material and images.
*understanding the meaning of
words such as clockwise,
anticlockwise, forward and under.

Current
interests

Dinosaurs
Planets
Construction
Animals

Learning Exper

Investigatio
Science: solar system- planet picture
Sensory: paint bags with cotton tip
Socio-dramatic Play: Mechanic ga
Geography: Weather station- Anem
vanes, weather books, cloud watch
Maths: Bee bot table- bee bots, grid
Graph paper table- Graph paper, p
number chart to 100
3D shapes- toothpicks & play dough
shape cards
Health: Indigenous table- Story sequ
serpent- snake templates, dreamtim
Fine motor:Aboriginal mask template
threading
Language: Dinosaur books, dinosaur
models
Non fiction/fiction- dictionaries, alph
writing mediums.
Gruffalo story retell
Tinkering: Meccano- my invention
Sensory:Sight words- paint in zip lock

Explicit Teaching
Maths•
Number patterns, numbers t
numbers.

Skip counting by twos, tens

Partitioning of numbers – ten
add numbers together

Measuring using informal &

Identifying 3D shapes

Using features of 3D shapes

Directional language

Making ten

English•
Word Work: sight words,

Writing: recount writing, fam
fiction and non-fiction, iden
fiction, nouns, sorting verbs a

Reading: comprehension, f

Oral Language: speaking cl
role plays

Health:

Similarities and differences b
indigenous culture