We have just published a Stage 5 Japanese scope and sequence on our website, which builds on the Stage 4 scope and sequence. Scope and sequence documents are now available for Stage 5 across 10 languages, so take the time to explore and gather ideas.
The Languages and Culture team is offering an online planning day for teachers from NSW public schools to facilitate programming for the Stage 6 Japanese Beginners course. The day will offer the opportunity to network/collaborate/program with experienced teachers of the course, who will also share their sample programming ideas and approaches.
The date for the planning day is Friday 11 December 2020.
If you would like to attend, please complete the short application survey by Monday 30 November 2020.
Priority will be given to teachers who are teaching the course for the first time. Places are limited.
Please email Coreena Allen if you need further information.
This workshop will give teachers the chance to collaborate on updating assessment practices and tasks to align with the continued implementation of the 2017 Japanese K-10 syllabus.
7 March 2020 (Saturday)
(Please note the updated workshop times)
North Sydney Girls High School
365 Pacific Highway, Crows Nest
(No parking available at venue)
$60.00 – member teacher
$35.00 – member university student
$100.00 – non-member
(Cost includes bento lunch)
1 March 2020
Completing this workshop will contribute to 5 hours of NESA-Registered PD addressing 6.2.2 in the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW. Please apply via the JTAN website.
I have been in contact before about some help with Stage 6 programs and Scope and sequences and I am now wondering if there is anyone out there that may be able to help double mark some of my stage 6 assessment tasks. I have 3 students doing the course and I would love some support as this is my first HSC class for Japanese in the 10 years I have been teaching. If you could post on my behalf it would be greatly appreciated.
Katie Lavender firstname.lastname@example.org
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