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Student Name Australian Curriculum English Achievement Standards Year 1 NEP 2016/2017

Recommendations for
Long Term Goals Differentiated Learning Task Adjustments
Further Progress
Working With
Exposure Independent
Towards Assistance

The student will understand the different purposes of texts.

The student will make connections to personal experience when explaining characters and
main events in short texts.
Reading & Viewing

The student will identify the language features, images and vocabulary used to describe
characters and events.

The student will read aloud, with developing fluency and intonation, short texts with some
unfamiliar vocabulary, simple and compound sentences and supportive images.

When reading, the student will use knowledge of sounds and letters, high frequency words,
sentence boundary punctuation and directionality to make meaning.

The student will recall key ideas and recognise literal and implied meaning in texts.

When writing, the student will provide details about ideas or events.

The student will accurately spell words with regular spelling patterns and use capital letters
and full stops.

The student will correctly form all upper- and lower-case letters.

The student will listen to others when taking part in conversations using appropriate language

The student will listen for and reproduce letter patterns and letter clusters.
Speaking & Listening

The student will understand how characters in texts are developed and give reasons for
personal preferences.

The student will create texts that show understanding of the connection between writing,
speech and images.

The student will create short texts for a small range of purposes.

The student will interact in pair, group and class discussions, taking turns when responding.

The student will make short presentations of a few connected sentences on familiar and
learned topics

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Australian Curriculum Mathematics Achievement Standards Year 1 NEP 2016/2017

Student Name AC Content Differentiated Learning Task Adjustments

Long-term Goals
Working With Independen
*Gen Cap Exposure
Towards Assistance t
Number and Place Describe number sequences resulting
Value from skip counting by 2s, 5s and 10s
Number and Place
Count to and from 100 *ACMNA012

Number and Place

Number and Algebra

Value Locate numbers on a number line *ACMNA013

Number and Place Carry out simple additions and

Value subtractions using counting strategies
Number and Place
Value Partition numbers using place value ACMNA014

Fractions and
Identify representations of one half *ACMNA016

Money & Financial Recognise Australian coins according

Maths to their value
Continue simple patterns involving
Patterns and Algebra *ACMNA018
numbers and objects
Using units of Explain time durations (months,
measurement weeks, days, hours)
Measurement & Geometry

Using units of Order objects based on length and

measurement capacity using informal units
Using units of
Tell time to the half hour *ACMMG020

Shape Describe two-dimensional shapes *ACMMG022

Shape Describe three-dimensional objects *ACMMG022

Location and Use the language of direction to

transformation move from place to place
Classify outcomes of simple familiar
Chance *ACMSP024
Statistics and


Data Representation
& Interpretation Collect data by asking questions *ACMSP262

Data Representation Describe and draw simple data

& Interpretation displays

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Shania Sargent Australian Curriculum General Capabilities Personal & Social Capability Learning Continuum NEP 2016
Recommendations for Further
Level 1a Differentiated Learning Task Adjustments Progress
Elements In developing and acting with Exposure Working With Independent
Skills to be taught personal & social capability, Towards Assistance

recognise and identify their own

Recognise emotions

Recognise personal
qualities and express a personal preference
Self achievements

Understand themselves select tasks they can do in
as learners different learning contexts

recognise and identify

Develop reflective
participation in or completion of
a task

recognise and identify how their

Express emotions
emotions influence the way they
feel and act

Develop self-discipline make a choice to participate in

and set goals a class activity
Work independently and attempt tasks with support or
show initiative prompting

identify people and situations

Become confident,
with which they feel a sense of
resilient and adaptable
familiarity or belonging

show an awareness for the

Social Appreciate diverse
feelings, needs and interests of
Awareness perspectives

Social Communicate respond to the feelings, needs

Management effectively and interests of others

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Differentiated Learning Task Adjustments
Level 1b Recommendations for Further Progress

In developing and acting with personal & social Working With

Elements Skills to be taught Exposure Independent
capability, students: Towards Assistance

Recognise identify a range of emotions and describe situations that

emotions may evoke these emotions
Self Awareness

personal qualities identify their likes and dislikes, needs and wants, and
and explore what influences these
themselves as identify their abilities, talents and interests as learners
reflect on their feelings as learners and how their efforts
affect skills and achievements
Express emotions express their emotions constructively in interactions with
appropriately others
Develop self-
Self Management

discipline and set follow class routines to assist learning

independently attempt tasks independently and identify when and from
and show whom help can be sought
confident, identify situations that feel safe or unsafe, approaching
resilient and new situations with confidence
diverse acknowledge that people hold many points of view
Social Awareness

Contribute to civil
describe ways they can help at home and school

explore relationships through play and group experiences

Communicate identify positive ways to initiate, join and interrupt

effectively conversations with adults and peers
Social Management

Work share experiences of cooperation in play and group

collaboratively activities

identify options when making decisions to meet their

Make decisions
needs and the needs of others

Negotiate and listen to others ideas, and recognise that others may see
resolve conflict things differently from them

Develop identify ways to take responsibility for familiar tasks at

leadership skills home and school

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Y4 Differentiated Learning Recommendations for Further
Level 3
Task Adjustments Progress

In developing and acting with personal & social Working With

Elements Skills to be taught Exposure Independent
capability, students: Towards Assistance

describe the influence that people, situations

Recognise emotions
and events have on their emotions
Recognise personal
Self Awareness

describe personal strengths and challenges

qualities and
and identify skills they wish to develop
Understand identify and describe factors and strategies
themselves as learners that assist their learning
reflect on personal strengths and
Develop reflective
achievements, based on self-assessment
strategies and teacher feedback
identify and describe strategies to manage
Express emotions
and moderate emotions in increasingly
unfamiliar situations
Self Management

Develop self-
explain the value of self-discipline and goal-
discipline and set
setting in helping them to learn
consider, select and adopt a range of
Work independently
strategies for working independently and taking
and show initiative
Become confident, persist with tasks when faced with challenges
resilient and and adapt their approach where first attempts
adaptable are not successful
discuss the value of diverse perspectives and
Appreciate diverse
describe a point of view that is different from
Social Awareness

their own
identify the various communities to which they
Contribute to civil
belong and what they can do to make a
describe factors that contribute to positive
relationships, including with people at school
and in their community
Communicate identify communication skills that enhance
effectively relationships for particular groups and purposes
describe characteristics of cooperative
Social Management

Work collaboratively behaviour and identify evidence of these in

group activities
contribute to and predict the consequences of
Make decisions
group decisions in a range of situations

Negotiate and resolve identify a range of conflict resolution strategies

conflict to negotiate positive outcomes to problems
discuss the concept of leadership and identify
Develop leadership
situations where it is appropriate to adopt this

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