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Table of outcomes and indicators

Key Learning
Area
Science
(K-10)

Outcomes

Indicators

Natural EnvironmentSTe-7NE: observes, using


their senses, how daily and
seasonal changes in the
environment affect them
and other living things.

Daily and seasonal changes in our environment,


including the weather, affect everyday life.
(ACSSU004)
Describe how people respond to familiar
changes in their environment, e.g. day
and night and seasonal changes.

Natural EnvironmentSTe-8NE: identifies the


basic needs of living
things.

Working ScientificallySTe-4WS: explores their


immediate surroundings
by questioning, observing
using their senses and
communicating to share
their observations and
ideas.

Identify how plants and animals respond


to changes in the environment, e.g. trees
losing their leaves and the thickness of
animals' fur.
Describe what plants and animals,
including humans, need to stay alive and
healthy, e.g. food, water and air.

Related
Lesson
L1-3
L7-9
L4, L10

L5-6
L10-12

L 1-3
L7-9
L 11-12

Identify the needs of a variety of living


things in a range of situations, e.g. pets
at home, plants in the garden or plants
and animals in bushland and/or on farms.

L4, L6

Responding to questions about familiar


objects and events they are curious about
in the natural and made environments.

L5, L8

Organizing objects or images of objects


to display data and/or information.

L8
L2, 3
L1-3
L8

engaging in discussions about


observations
L10-11

English
(K-10)

Working Technologically
Ste-5WT: uses a simple
design process to produce
solutions with identified
purposes.

Ene-1A: communicates
with peers and known
adults in informal and
guided activities

Sharing what they already know and


how they could find out more about their
questions related to natural environments
Manipulating objects and materials
through purposeful playand using
drawings to represent ideas.

L10-11

Discussing the purpose and main


features of what they need to produce
and suggesting the materials they could
use.
recounting the steps taken to teach a
final solution
contribute appropriately to class
discussions

L3

Deliver short oral presentations to peers.

L6, L9

L12

L1-3
L4, L7, L8

demonstrating emerging
skills of group interaction

English
(k-10)

Ene- 2A composes simple


texts to convey an idea or
message

Understands how to communicate


effectively in pairs and groups using
agreed interpersonal conventions, active
listening, appropriate language and
taking turns

drawing on their experience


of language and texts, begin to
understand that writing
and representing can be used to convey
an idea or message

L10

L1

L10

Creates short texts to explore, record and


report ideas and events using familiar
words and beginning writing knowledge
Identify and use words around the
classroom and in books during writing

ENe-5A Demonstrates
developing skills in using
letters, simple sound
blends and some sight
words to represent known
words when spelling

ENe-8B Demonstrates
emerging skills and
knowledge of texts to read
and view, and shows
developing awareness of
purpose, audience and
subject matter
ENe-9B Demonstrates
developing skills and
knowledge in grammar,
punctuation and
vocabulary when
responding to composing
text
Ene- 10 C thinks
imaginatively and
creatively about familiar
topics, simple ideas and
the basic features of texts
when responding to and
composing texts

Engage with shared stories and join in


shared book activities on familiar and
imaginary books

L 11

Begin to build personal vocabulary

L5

Respond to texts, identifying favourite


stories, authors and
illustrators (ACELT1577)

L6

English
(k-10)

ENe-11D Responds to and


composes simple text
about familiar aspects of
the world and their own
experience

Respond to literature and a variety of


other text from a range of storytellers
and cultures, using picture books online
sources

L5

English
(k-10)

ENe-12E Demonstrates
awareness of how to
reflect on aspects of their
own and others' learning

Develop a growing understanding of


how a rich text environment underpins
learning

L12

English
(k-10)

English
(k-10)

English
(k-10)

English
(k-10)

L10
L10

Use and write beginning and ending


sounds of spoken words

share feelings and thoughts about the


events and characters in
texts (ACELT1783)

L1-3
L 11

Creative Arts
(K-6)

Creative Arts
(K-6)

Mathematics
(K-10)

Visual Arts: VAES1.1:


makes simple pictures and
other kind of artworks
about things and
experiences.
DRAES1.1
Uses imagination and
the elements of drama
in imaginative play and
dramatic situations.

Explores the characteristics of pets and


other living things such as where they
are kept or live, what they eat, where
they sleep.

L1-3
L4, L7, L9,
L12

participates in imaginative play by


taking on basic roles, eg putting baby
to sleep or an adventurous expedition

L6

works with other students and the


teacher to develop dramatic situations in
the drama forms of improvisation,
movement, mime and storytelling

MAe-1WM Describes
mathematical situations
using everyday language,
actions, materials and
informal recordings

Use direct and indirect comparisons to


decide which is longer, and explain their
reasoning using everyday language

Use direct and indirect comparisons to


decide which holds more, and explain
their reasoning using everyday language

L10

L11