YEARLY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE –– MOONEE PONDS PRIMARY SCHOOL

YEAR LEVEL Integrated Studies Focus Year Even Year Odd
Establishment Program Leaders & Leadership Exploring Australian democracy, how it was formed and the impact of government today Establishment Program Windows on Australia Study colonial Australia in the 1800s and the development of Australia as a nation after 1900

Literacy
Skills Reading and Viewing Identify text purpose, structure and organisation. Identify different viewpoints. Read texts of varying contexts. Poetry. Describe language effects and other strategies authors use to influence readers. Using prediction and clarification (comprehension strategies) Read factual, informative and persuasive texts. Writing -Vocabulary to express greater precision of meaning. - Possessive apostrophes - Re-read and edit own and others’ work. - Develop a handwriting style that is legible, fluent and automatic. - Cohesive links - Word origins, base words, suffixes, prefixes, morphemes, spelling patterns and generalizations to learn new words. Understandings Reading and Viewing Word origins, prefixes and suffixes. Simile, metaphor, personification, imagery. Modality, emphasis, repetition. Writing Use ICT to construct, edit and publish written text. Plan, draft and publish imaginative, informative and persuasive texts. Sentence starters determine message of text. How vocab choices can express shades of meaning.

Numeracy
Number and Algebra
Year 5 Multiples and factors Problem solving Estimating and rounding Number patterns Year 6 Prime, composite, square and triangular numbers Problem solving Integers in everyday situations (on a number line)

Measurement and Geometry
Year 5 NAPLAN PREP (Revise all measurement and geometry) Year 6 Cartesian coordinate system (all four quadrants)

Term 1

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Statistics and Probability
Year 5 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit) Year 6 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit)

Speaking & listening Pronunciation, spelling and meaning of words have histories and change over time. The different social and geographical dialects used in Australia Formalities of social interaction. Objective and subjective language. Understand the needs of the audience.

YEARLY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE –– MOONEE PONDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
YEAR LEVEL Literacy
- Commas to separate clauses. - Compare texts. Speaking & Listening - Language interactions and social contexts - Recognising differing perspectives - Point of view on literary texts - Clarifying ideas as they unfold and making connections - Paraphrasing, questioning and interpreting, appropriate vocab and vocal effects for different audiences - Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations.

Numeracy

Integrated Studies Focus Year Even Year Odd

YEARLY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE –– MOONEE PONDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
YEAR LEVEL Literacy
Skills Reading and Viewing - Text purpose and characteristic structures and features. - Recognise uncommon plurals. - Using comprehension strategies (Reading and Questioning) -Analytical images in factual, informative and persuasive texts. - Strategies authors use to influence readers. Writing - Sentence starters determine message of text. - Expanding noun and adjective groups/phrases. - Possessive apostrophes. - Re-read and edit own and others’ work. - Develop a handwriting style that is legible, fluent and automatic. - Use ICT to construct, edit and publish written text. - Cohesive links - Complex sentences. - Verbs, elaborated tenses, adverbial phrases. - Commas to separate clauses. Speaking & Listening - Language interactions and social contexts - Recognising differing perspectives - Point of view on literary texts - Paraphrasing, questioning and interpreting, appropriate vocab and vocal effects for different audiences - Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations. Understandings Reading and Viewing -Modality, emphasis, repetition and metaphor. Writing - Difference between main and subordinate clauses. -Vocabulary to express greater precision of meaning. - Plan, draft and publish imaginative, informative and persuasive texts. Speaking & listening - Pronunciation, spelling and meaning of words have histories and change over time. (presentations) - Formalities of social interaction. - Objective and subjective language. - Understand the needs of the audience.

Numeracy
Number and Algebra
Year 5 Multiplication Problem solving Division Number patterns Common fractions Addition and subtraction of fractions Decimals Year 6 Problem solving Fractions with related denominators (on a number line) Addition and subtraction of fractions with same and related denominators Addition and subtraction of decimals Multiply decimals by whole numbers Divide decimals by non-zero whole numbers Multiply and divide decimals by powers of 10 Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages BIDMAS (whole numbers, fractions and decimals)

Integrated Studies Focus Year Even Year Odd
Processes of Change Develop an understanding of the classification of matter and how it shapes the world around us. Bodies Investigate the Structure, adaptations and survival of living things with a particular reference to the physical, emotional and social changes that occur during puberty.

Term 2

Measurement and Geometry
Year 5 NAPLAN PREP (Revise all measurement and geometry) Year 6 Cartesian coordinate system (all four quadrants)

Statistics and Probability
Year 5 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit) NAPLAN PREP (Revise all statistics and probability) Year 6 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit)

YEARLY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE –– MOONEE PONDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
YEAR LEVEL Literacy
Skills Reading and Viewing - Text purpose and characteristic text structures and features. - Using comprehension strategies (questioning and summarizing) -Analytical images in factual, informative and persuasive texts. -identify similarities and differences in texts Writing - Sentence starters determine message of text. - Difference between main and subordinate clauses. - Expanding noun and adjective groups/phrases. -Vocabulary to express greater precision of meaning. - Possessive apostrophes - Experiment with structures of text. - Re-read and edit own and others’ work. - Develop a handwriting style that is legible, fluent and automatic. - Use ICT to construct, edit and publish written text. - Cohesive links - Complex sentences. - Word origins, base words, suffixes, prefixes, morphemes, spelling patterns and generalizations to learn new words. - Commas to separate clauses. - Compare texts. Speaking & Listening - Language interactions and social contexts (social roles and relationships). - Point of view on literary texts (Book reports) - Recognising differing Understandings Reading and Viewing - Prefixes, suffixes, word origins. - Idomatic language, objective and subjective, these can change according to context -Modality, emphasis, repetition and metaphor. -Poetry - Strategies authors use to influence readers. Writing - Realistic fiction, fantasy settings and characters. - Plan, draft and publish imaginative, informative and persuasive texts. Speaking & listening - Pronunciation, spelling and meaning of words have histories and change over time. - Formalities of social interaction. - Objective and subjective language. - Understand the needs of the audience.

Numeracy
Number and Algebra
Year 5 Problem solving Common fractions Addition and subtraction of factions Decimals Number patterns Year 6 Problem solving Fractions with related denominators (on a number line) Addition and subtraction of fractions with same and related denominators Addition and subtraction of decimals Multiply decimals by whole numbers Divide decimals by non-zero whole numbers Multiply and divide decimals by powers of 10 Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages Percentages discounts

Integrated Studies Focus Year Even Year Odd
Our Weathered World Explore the significant natural processes that operate across Australia and how humans are affected and respond to them. What’s the value of a dollar? Develop economic understanding, reasoning and interpretation through the exploration of the roles of producers and consumers.

Measurement and Geometry
Year 5 Length, area, volume, capacity and mass Perimeter and area of rectangles Location Year 6 Metric system decimals representation Convert between metric units of length, mass and capacity Problem solving involving length and area Interpret and use timetables Cartesian coordinate system (all four quadrants) Angeles on a straight line, angles at a point and vertically opposite angles

Term 3

Statistics and Probability
Year 5 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit) Year 6 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit)

YEARLY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE –– MOONEE PONDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
YEAR LEVEL Literacy
Skills Reading and Viewing - Identify text purpose and characteristic text structures and features. - Using comprehension strategies (2 standards covered) -Analyze images in factual, informative and persuasive texts. Writing - Sentence starters that determine message of text. -Vocabulary to express greater precision of meaning. - Possessive apostrophes - Experiment with structures of text. - Plan, draft and publish imaginative, informative and persuasive texts. - Re-read and edit own and others’ work. - Develop a handwriting style that is legible, fluent and automatic. - Use ICT to construct, edit and publish written text. - Cohesive links - Commas to separate clauses. - Create texts that adapt and combine aspects of texts experienced. Speaking & Listening - Language interactions and social contexts (social roles and relationships). - Point of view on literary texts (Book reports) - Paraphrasing, questioning and interpreting, appropriate vocab and vocal effects for different audiences (Establishment program) Understandings Reading and Viewing - Prefixes, suffixes, word origins. - Imagery, including simile, metaphor and personifiction, in narratives, shape, poetry, songs, anthems and odes. - Strategies authors use to influence readers Writing - Realistic fiction, fantasy settings and characters. Speaking & listening - Pronunciation, spelling and meaning of words have histories and change over time. (Poetry) - Formalities of social interaction. - Objective and subjective language. - Understand the needs of the audience.

Numeracy
Number and Algebra
Year 5 BIDMAS Algebra Problem solving Number patterns Year 6 Problem solving BIDMAS (whole numbers, fractions and decimals)

Integrated Studies Focus Year Even Year Odd
Science in the World Develop an understanding of the nature and development (history) of scientific understandings, discoveries and inventions. Camp: Canberra Light up My Life Investigate the properties and uses of light and electricity.

Measurement and Geometry
Year 5 Length, area, volume, capacity and mass Shape – 3D objects and nets Translations and reflections Line and rotational symmetries Enlargement transformation of 2D shapes Estimate, measure and compare angles Construct angles with a protractor Year 6 Connect volume and capacity Construct simple prisms and pyramids Translations, reflections and rotations Cartesian coordinate system (all four quadrants) Angeles on a straight line, angles at a point and vertically opposite angles

Term 4

Statistics and Probability
Year 5 Interpret and compare a range of data displays (integrated unit) Interpret secondary data Chance experiments Probabilities range Year 6 Connect volume and capacity Construct simple prisms and pyramids Translations, reflections and rotations Cartesian coordinate system (all four quadrants) Angeles on a straight line, angles at a point and vertically opposite angles

YEARLY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE –– MOONEE PONDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
YEAR LEVEL
- Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations.

Literacy

Numeracy

Integrated Studies Focus Year Even Year Odd