Anda di halaman 1dari 2

COMPONENTS EXPLANATION/DETAILS LEARNING EXPERIENCES (provide the number)

Unit Orientation Explain how the teacher will


begin the unit so the students
are motivated to learn.
Introduce diversity by starting of with something small
like their name and going into more detail in the lessons
to come (Learning Experience 1).


Building knowledge
of the field
Explain how the teacher will
help students increase their
background knowledge to
ensure the development of
knowledge, understanding and
skills relating to selected
curriculum content
descriptions.
Students will increase their background knowledge in
every lesson. A in year 6, all students would have an
understanding of cultural diversity, note taking skills,
summarising, researching for their information report.

Utilising the non-
fiction focus text
List the Focus Text in APA
referencing format. Explain
how this text will be used
within the Unit.
Book in APA: Do, A., & Do, S. (2011). The Little
Refugee. NSW: Crows Nest: Allen and Unwin.
As a class, the book will be deconstructed and decoded
towards the message, meaning and purpose of why he
wrote this book. Next, this text will be used towards
imagery and vocabulary focus. Finally literacy rotations
on this book (code breaker, text to text connections,
imagery and word/word groups and sentences. The
comparing this text with a media text about refugees in
Australia and what they went through (Learning
Experiences Eight, Nine and Ten, Eleven)

Responding to texts Explain how this is planned
referring to various Strands
within the Australian
Curriculum.
Responding to text is used throughout the focus text as
well as the multimedia clip on refugees (Lesson Eight
and Eleven).

Exploring texts Explain how this is planned
referring to various Strands
within the Australian
Curriculum.

Using the books and computers to do research as well as
their diary entry (Learning Experience five and six)

Examining texts
including:
Explain how this is planned
referring to various Strands
within the Australian
Curriculum.
Examining texts is very important, giving children a
focus text of a picturebook can be challenging, however
using a chapter book text as well extends their learning
(Learning experience ten)
Text
structure
and
organisation
Use of commas to separate clauses is utilised throughout
learning experience eight.
Expressing
and
developing
ideas
Complex sentences are investigated in learning
experience ten. Identifying and explaining how analytical
images are used is done within learning experience ten
and eleven).
Visual and
multimodal
features of
texts
Learning experience eleven, compares the focus text with
a multimodal text and the features each of them have.

Extending beyond
the focus text
including:
Explain how this is planned
referring to various Strands
within the Australian
Curriculum.
Extended students knowledge beyond the text using case
studies and decoding these is used in learning experience
twelve
COMPONENTS EXPLANATION/DETAILS LEARNING EXPERIENCES (provide the number)
Creating
texts
utilising
print and
multimodal
texts
Students have the opportunity to create this together as a
class in learning experience eleven.

Assessment
Formative
(one
strategy and
instrument)
Describe the strategy and
provide a copy of the
assessment instrument.
Learning experience five and six, has their diary entry.
This shows students progress throughout the uni with an
observation checklist.
Summative
(one
strategy and
instrument)
Describe the strategy and
provide a copy of the
assessment instrument.
For this assessment piece, there is an information report
on what they have learnt within the 15 hours (Learning
Experiences 14 and 15).

Significant
demonstration of
learning.
Describe the expectations for
achieving the desired
Achievement Standards for
Receptive and/or Productive
Modes.
To understand how the use of text structure
can achieve particular effects and how they language
features, images and vocabulary are used
to represent ideas, characters and events.
Show specific details on how to support a point of view
and the language features
used. Demonstrating grammar, expanding vocabulary,
use accurate spelling and punctuation.